Tag Archives: After

Must-Read Caramel Apple Advice After Listeria Scare

A listeria outbreak from 2014 linked to unrefrigerated caramel apples ended in 35 cases of listeria infections from 12 different states. Seven people died from eating these fall favorites. It turns out commercially produced, prepackaged, unrefrigerated caramel apples can be deadly, if the apples on a stick aren’t stored in a refrigerator after production. Scientists studied the listeria outbreak and ...

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Why Schools Should Implement Naptime In Addition To Rewards After Learning

Instead of a study hour or other skills improvement class, perhaps schools should start facilitating naptime every day at every grade level. There’s new research to back up the benefits of napping after learning. A new study from the University of Geneva, which will be published in the journal eLife, declares that though receiving rewards as you learn actually does ...

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Melvin Gordon returns after suffering ankle injury vs. Packers

Melvin Gordon is playing in Wisconsin for the first time since winning the Doak Walker award with the Badgers. Melvin Gordon went to the locker room with a left ankle injury at the end of the first quarter against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. He returned in the second quarter and lost a fumble on his second carry ...

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Turns Out You May Be Getting Enough Sleep After All

Good news, folks. Looks like you may be getting enough sleep after all. According to a new study released this week, our ancestors may have had less sleep than we do. Jerome Siegel of the University of California, Los Angeles and Gandhi Yetish of the University of New Mexico studied the sleeping patterns of traditional societies in Africa and South ...

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Milwaukee Brewers Ban Blocks High Fives After Pink-Eye Breakout: Who Is Impacted, And What Does It Involve?

The Milwaukee Brewers have instigated a ban on the traditional high-five congratulatory salutes after a pink-eye breakout. Although it might sound like an odd punishment for a baseball team known to spontaneously press palms together after a great play, the ban is intended to prevent the spread of the disease, according to Bleacher Report. The decision to implement the new ...

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AeroMobil hopes to launch its flying car in 2017, and a self-flying car after that

Speaking today at SXSW, AeroMobil CEO Juraj Vaculik argued that his flying car is more than just an interesting prototype, and that he hopes to release the first model of “wealthy supercar buyers” by 2017. Vaculik spoke about how he dreamed of a flying car for the first time 25 years ago, looking for a way to escape an oppressive political ...

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Mali restaurant reopens after attack by militants in capital

BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — A restaurant in Mali’s capital has reopened after it was attacked earlier this month by Islamic extremists. Five people including a French citizen and a Belgian national were killed in the attack at La Terrasse on March 7, the first of its kind in Bamako. Wahid Assy, the restaurant’s owner, said Malian authorities had urged him ...

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Mississippi State QB Dak Prescott ‘okay’ after spring break attack

Prescott was one of three players reportedly involved in the incident. Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott was one of three players involved in an altercation during a Tuesday concert in Panama City. Prescott suffered facial cuts after being hit with a bottle, a Mississippi State spokesperson told the Associated Press. He did not need to go to the hospital. Via the ...

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Mars rover moving robotic arm again after electrical short

PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — NASA says the robotic arm on the Curiosity rover is moving again after a short circuit temporarily halted its work on Mars. The space agency said Thursday that Curiosity transferred a powder sample from a recent rock drilling to an onboard laboratory to process earlier this week. The activity was put on hold late last month ...

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Detroit man who walked 21 miles to work told police he feared for safety after threats, reports say

While the story of James Robertson — the Detroit man who walked 21 miles to work every day — inspired strangers to raise $ 350,000 in donations and give the 56-year-old factory worker a new car, Robertson himself has become uneasy with his newfound wealth and quickly threw his belongings into garbage bags and moved to a location he feels ...

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