Netflix cuts controversial suicide scene from 13 Reasons Why

July 25, 2019

The scene, which had been criticised by mental health experts, has been re-edited by the streaming service more than two years on from its release Netflix has removed a controversial suicide incident from its teen drama In a statement, the streaming service said that the three-minute-long sequence from the show’s first season, which illustrates the central character taking her own life, had been re-edited on the recommendations issued by medical…


These Protein Picker-Uppers Keep Your Cells Clean and Healthy

July 10, 2019

This story is one of a series on how we cleanse–from organizing your house to washing your tuchus. Of all the existential intergalactic threats ever faced by the crew of the starship Enterprise, perhaps none smolders more brightly in the minds of classic Star Trek followers than the gaping, antiproton-beam-backlit maw of the Planet Killer. What could be more memorable, after all, than a miles-long, barrel-shaped machine that prowls through…


Sunscreen in Your Bloodstream, Googles Conference, and More News

May 29, 2019

Sunscreen chemicals are slipping through your pores, Google has big conference coming, and Game of Thrones made an "oopsie." Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. PSA: Sunscreen chemicals can seep into your bloodstream A new clinical trial from the FDA suggests that, contrary to what sunscreen manufacturers have been saying, the UV blocking chemicals in sunscreen do, in fact, seep into your bloodstream. Don't…


Q: Am I a bad parent if my kids don’t eat 5 servings of fruit and vegetables every day?

May 21, 2019

( CNN) I went to see my son’s annual checkup last week. He’s 5. The doctor stressed how important it is for him to eat five serves of fresh fruit and vegetables a day. Short of force-feeding or hiding spinach in brownies Jessica Seinfeld-style, this is not happening. So we’re falling path short on the fruit/ veggies guidelines — every single day. Am I a bad mama? Frantic About Food


Sure, he might say hes on the pill, but would you really trust him? | Barbara Ellen

April 5, 2019

Women are right to be sceptical theyre left holding the baby when things go wrong Once again, there are reports of the male contraceptive pill being tantalisingly imminent. And, once again, a mental image occurs of a man and woman looking at each other, arms folded, as if to say: Sorry, I dont trust you a bit. A drew attention to the appalling situation in Brunei, which is about to…


On ‘mission to touch the sun,’ Parker Solar Probe has launched

September 1, 2018

( CNN) Humanity’s firstly inspects to a star began this weekend. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will explore the sun’s atmosphere in a mission that launched early Sunday. This is the agency’s firstly mission to the sunlight and its outermost atmosphere, the corona. Although the probe itself is about the dimensions of the a automobile, a powerful rocket was necessary flee Earth’s orbit, change direction and reach the sun.