The 2,800 secret files that nobody knew about the death of John F Kennedy

The US government has released 2,800 previously classified files related to the assassination of President John F Kennedy in November 1963. As readers, historians and journalists comb through the thousands of pages of documents, here is what we have found - Read more

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

10 Years After the National Alzheimer's Report: Any Progress? - Next Avenue

The latest on where you could have been exposed to measles in the Northstate - KRCRTV.COM

New neurons keep developing in the human brain until at least our 90s - ResearchGate

Chemicals in household dust may lead to 'increased growth' in children - Siliconrepublic.com

Apple wants investors to focus on its services business. Regulators may, too - CNN

A mysterious syndrome that makes marijuana users violently ill is starting to worry doctors - Business Insider

A mysterious syndrome that makes marijuana users violently ill is starting to worry doctors  Business Insider

A key driver of ER marijuana-related visits to a Colorado hospital was a mysterious syndrome characterized by severe nausea and vomiting called CHS.

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Massive Ebola outbreak continues to rage; case count surpasses 1,000 - Ars Technica

Massive Ebola outbreak continues to rage; case count surpasses 1,000  Ars Technica

Responders have vaccinated thousands, but disease spread continues.

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Google is profiting from adverts for unproven £38-a-month dementia supplements - Daily Mail

Google is profiting from adverts for unproven £38-a-month dementia supplements  Daily Mail

Google has been accused of profiting from 'false hope' for dementia patients' by running adverts for brain supplements which can cost £38 per month.

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Oakland County measles outbreak jumps to 18 cases; special vaccine clinics in Oak Park - Detroit Free Press

Oakland County measles outbreak jumps to 18 cases; special vaccine clinics in Oak Park  Detroit Free Press

The cases are linked to an ill traveler who visited Oakland County earlier this month.

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The human brain never stops growing neurons, a new study claims - PBS NewsHour

The human brain never stops growing neurons, a new study claims  PBS NewsHour

A new study points toward neuron formation in the human brain's hippocampus up through the ninth decade of life, which implications for memory and disease.

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The Connection Between Dust & Weight Gain You Need To Know About - mindbodygreen.com

The Connection Between Dust & Weight Gain You Need To Know About  mindbodygreen.com

Household dust may contribute to fat cell growth, according to research presented today at ENDO 2019, the Endocrine Society's annual meeting.

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Ghost Scares Grocery Store Customers in Wilmington, MA

How do you choose which grocery store to shop at? Prices? Location? Trendiness? Lack of recent salmonella cases? How about no ghosts? Shoppers in Wilmington, Massachusetts, may be considering looking for a new store with more expensive poultry but less poltergeists after multiple customers reported seeing a young woman in Victorian clothing wandering the aisles at a Market Basket store on Main Street. While some shoppers are skeptical, one local woman claims this is the same ghost that haunted her house when she lived near … you guessed it … the Main Street Market Basket. If the experiences of other haunted store is any indicator, Market Basket may have a hard time cleaning up this mess in Aisle 3.

“I saw her and looked away to see if anyone else saw her and when I looked back she was gone.”

The first ghost witness went public on a closed Facebook group for Wilmington residents and went viral when it was covered in the Wilmington Patch. Other store witnesses came forward with similar stories of the Victorian story but differing estimates on the young woman’s age, ranging from 17 to 30. Then another commenter admitted she had a similar apparition in her house on Clark St., a little less than a mile from the store. Wilmington was first settled in 1665 so there are plenty of former residents who could be haunting the store grounds. Market basket officials have released no comments on the ghost and employees say they haven’t seen anything unusual.

Pick up some corn and a pumpkin? No way!

They’d better hope the store isn’t haunted, if the story of the Save Mart in Chowchilla, California, is to be believed. It was once called the most haunted grocery store in America by both local residents and psychics for an apparition that became known as “The Clawed Man” because of the gashes on his grinning face that didn’t bleed. “The Clawed Man” was seen by shoppers and picked up on security cameras roaming through the frozen foods section. One employee had a horrific encounter:

“Then he opened his mouth, and the most awful stink came out of it, like he had been eating rotten meat for a thousand years or something. I screamed and ran out of the store. Later, I had my manager pull the security tape, and on it you could see me reacting and running, but there was nobody there.”

Fortunately, the old store was closed in 2008 and the ghost didn’t travel to the nearby new one or to the store built on the old grounds. Another grocery store in Fort Worth, Texas, recently had a ghost show up on at outdoor security cam,motion detectors set off and chairs moved around. While these stores can’t identify their ghosts, the Pike Place Market in Seattle blames the sightings of Frank, Princess Angeline, Madame Nora, and the “Fat Lady Barber” on the fact that part of the market was once a mortuary. Proving you should be careful where you build, the entire Dimond Center shopping mall in Anchorage, Alaska, is haunted by ghosts, wolves and mysterious drum and flute music that can be blamed on the placement of the mall on top of an ancient Native Alaskans burial ground.

Who did this to the Ivory soap?

Will the ghost of the Wilmington Market Basket ever be proven or identified? Knowing human nature, that will only happen if the owners can figure out a way to turn it into a promotion. “It’s Ghost Week! 50% off all poultry-geists!”

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Listening to the quantum vacuum: Physicists measure quantum 'back action' in the audio band at room temperature - Phys.org

Listening to the quantum vacuum: Physicists measure quantum 'back action' in the audio band at room temperature  Phys.org

Since the historic finding of gravitational waves from two black holes colliding over a billion light years away was made in 2015, physicists are advancing ...

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Apple Announces Apple News+, Its New Magazine Subscription Service - Thurrott.com

Apple TV+ makes Facebook Watch look like a joke - TechCrunch