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Cars May Soon Warn Drivers Before They Nod Off

By Krithika Varagur The dangers of drowsy driving have been widely documented. Most recently, a study found that car crashes become more likely in the few days after we adjust our clocks for daylight saving time and lose an hour of sleep. But it’s difficult to prevent people from driving while [READ MORE HERE] Source::…

Clippers’ Jeff Green cleared to play against Golden State

By Broderick Turner Clippers Coach Doc Rivers said before practice Tuesday that Jeff Green was cleared by the NBA after he missed Sunday night’s game at New Orleans with concussion-like symptoms. Green will take the court when the Clippers play the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors on Wednesday night in… [READ MORE HERE] Source::…

How Darwinism and Creationism Can Peacefully Coexist

By Michael Mamas My wife and I were in for quite a surprise when we visited a school to determine where to educate our children. Upon our inquiry of the curriculum, the school representative proudly boasted, “We don’t teach any of that Darwin stuff here. We adhere strictly to the Bible.” I was [READ MORE…

What About Personal Genomic Testing if You Are Adopted?

By Robert C. Green, MD, MPH If you were adopted, you might have a hard time answering questions about medical history at the doctor’s office. Family history of diabetes? I don’t know. Cancer? Not sure. Heart disease? Alzheimer’s? Anything else that we should know about? Wish I knew. Many adoptees are acutely aware that the…

It’s Getting Harder to Like the NFL

By Nathan Timmel When Jay Cutler signed his multimillion dollar contract, I laughed. Watching the Bears saddle themselves to such an underwhelming player amused me. It’s not funny anymore. I mean, the Jay Cutler signing, that’s still hilarious. Sort of. But watching teams throw millions upon millions of dollars at sub-par quarterbacks has [READ MORE…

Rob Ford, Rest in Peace, Buddy

By Canada Free Press I am personally devastated by the sudden death of Rob Ford. About six months ago, I had dinner with Rob at a downtown Italian bistro. At that time Rob appeared happy and optimistic. He had lost some weight. The cancer appeared in remission or at least appeared- beatable. At dinner, [READ…

What I Learned Playing Baseball in Cuba

By Matt McLaughlin On December 17, 2014, like many others I was glued to the television, hanging on to every word of the announcement that President Obama was seeking to reestablish relations with Cuba after over 50 years. I could personally relate to this groundbreaking policy because 10 days earlier, I was an [READ MORE…