Getting Skinny
13 entries - contest ended 12/15/2017

Male pattern baldness and premature greying are more of a risk factor for heart disease than obesity in men under 40, new research suggests. A study of more than 2,000 young men in India showed more who had coronary artery disease were prematurely bald or grey than men with a full head of hair. The European Society of Cardiology's study will be read at the Cardiological Society of India's annual conference. But the British Heart Foundation said other risk factors were important.
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Baldness
25 entries - contest ended 12/12/2017

Male pattern baldness and premature greying are more of a risk factor for heart disease than obesity in men under 40, new research suggests. A study of more than 2,000 young men in India showed more who had coronary artery disease were prematurely bald or grey than men with a full head of hair. The European Society of Cardiology's study will be read at the Cardiological Society of India's annual conference. But the British Heart Foundation said other risk factors were important.
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Sinking Ground
10 entries - contest ended 12/9/2017

Our thirst for drinking water is causing severe subsidence in many areas around the world, putting them at risk of flooding. But some communities are trying to solve the problem. From Miami to Jakarta, coastal communities around the world are battling the effects of sea level rise. But in some places, the problem is exacerbated by another phenomenon: the land is falling. The Indonesian capital, for example, is sinking up to 17cm (6.7 inches) per year. “That’s an issue, because they’re right at sea level,” says Michelle Sneed, a land subsidence specialist at the US Geological Survey (USGS). “They have this added pressure of increased flooding and sea level rise. They built seawalls. But the city is subsiding so quickly that, at high tides, water just pours over.”
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Franken Falling
13 entries - contest ended 12/6/2017

After spending much of his nearly nine years as senator trying to shed his funnyman image and quietly digging into issues like internet access and consumer protection, he was now a draw at political events and mentioned by some as a 2020 presidential possibility. Months of savaging some of President Donald Trump's appointees had turned the Harvard-educated Franken into a weapon of choice for Democrats eager to attack the administration and energize party voters.
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Squirrels and Strokes
13 entries - contest ended 12/4/2017

Squirrels could hold the key to helping stroke patients avoid brain damage, scientists believe. Researchers in the US have discovered that when squirrels hibernate a protective process occurs in their cells which allows their brain to function with reduced blood flow and oxygen. When they awaken the animals suffer no ill-effects despite being deprived of essential nutrients. During an ischemic stroke the blood supply, containing sugar and oxygen, is cut off to the brain, causing cells to die, which often leads to paralysis and speech problems.
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Brow Crowns
9 entries - contest ended 12/2/2017

This week it’s become apparent that the royal family has an undeniable influence on the fashion world, with many seeking to imitate the Duchess of Cambridge‘s love of pearls this season. But what we didn’t expect is a beauty trend to arise from the nation’s love of the monarchy. Yes, crown brows have become the latest bizarre must-have for makeup enthusiasts far and wide. The regal trend is courtesy of serial Instagrammer Sofie Petersen, who uses the social media platform to debut her latest makeup masterpieces.
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Bye Bye Charlie
11 entries - contest ended 11/30/2017

PBShas joinedCBS Newsin ending its relationship withCharlie Rose. The public broadcaster announced it has cancelled distribution of his self-titled interview programCharlie Rose. “In light of yesterday’s revelations, PBS has terminated its relationship with Charlie Rose and cancelled distribution of his programs. PBS expects all the producers we work with to provide a workplace where people feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect,” PBS said.
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Conyers Retires
5 entries - contest started 12/17/2017 9:30:00 AM

Michigan's Republican governor announced Friday that Democrat John Conyers' congressional seat will not be filled until the regularly scheduled November election, leaving it vacant for nearly a year. The 88-year-old Conyers, who was facing a House Ethics Committee investigation over claims by former staffers, cited health reasons for his resignation Tuesday. John CONYERS said on retiring that his LEGACY cannot be diminished. Detroit would need several bull dozers and dump trucks to haul his miserable legacy away.
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Sumo Scandal
16 entries - contest started 12/14/2017 9:30:00 AM

Standing resolute amid a frenzy of flashbulbs, the damp-eyed warrior announced his immediate retirement. "I apologise from my heart," he declared, bowing deeply for almost 30 seconds. Harumafuji - his fighting name - was a sumo grand champion, known in Japanese as "yokozuna", until last Wednesday. On 25 October, he allegedly attacked a younger wrestler in a bar and fractured the man's skull, provoking weeks of headlines and a police investigation. The case has cast a cloud over Japan's ancient national sport, and it's far from the first time. A decade ago, its reputation plunged when a 17-year-old trainee died after his elders beat him with a beer bottle and a baseball bat.
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