Allyson Chiu, The Washington Post Published 2:49 am, Tuesday, April 17, 2018 The spread of a flesh-eating ulcer in parts of Australia is being described as a "rapidly worsening epidemic" and, to make matters worse, researchers say they don't know exactly where it … [Read more...] about Flesh-eating ulcer ‘epidemic’ hits parts of Australia. Scientists don’t have answers.
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WASHINGTONWashington is known for its museums. But venture beyond the Mall, which is home to four of the 20 most-visited museums in the world, and you’ll find plenty of smaller, quirkier institutions. Want to learn about great inventions, the history of horse racing in … [Read more...] about Tired of the Smithsonian? These small, quirky DC museums are worth a visit
Mike Stobbe, Ap Medical Writer Updated 2:16 pm, Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Photo: Cynthia Goldsmith, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - This 2016 digitally-colorized electron … [Read more...] about Risk of Zika infection through sex may last only a month
One of All In with Chris Hayes‘ innovations is the show’s #Click3 segment, a daily viewer-submitted tally of the three “awesomest things on the internet,” which the host ticks off somewhere in the middle of the show. Not so awesome is MSNBC.com’s … [Read more...] about The Awesomest Thing on the Internet: All of the Awesomest Things on the Internet
People with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are routinely slandered in the news media, even by parents of autistic children, but nothing comes remotely close to a CBS News report that sickly excuses the murder of 14 year-old Alex Spourdalakis by his mother … [Read more...] about CBS News Should Retract Report Excusing Mother’s Murder of Autistic Child