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Ecologist: Tracking Bacterial Movement Between Humans, Animals Key to Understanding Antibiotic Resistance

Newswise imageBenjamin Koch and his co-authors treated bacteria the way they would any ecosystem, using genomic "tags" to track bacterial transmission.

Fake Online Stores Reveal Gamblers' Shadow Banking System

randomErr shares an exclusive report from Reuters: A network of dummy online stores offering household goods has been used as a front for internet gambling payments. The seven sites in Europe to sell items including fabric, DVD cases, and maps are fake outlets. The faux store fronts are a multinational system to disguise payments for the $40 billion global online gambling industry. Online gambling is illegal in many countries and some U.S. states. The dummy sites underline a strategy which regulators, card issuers and banks have yet to tackle head-on. The scheme found by Reuters involved websites which accepted payments for household items from a reporter but did not deliver any products.

Skin Cell Model Advances Study of Genetic Mutation Linked to Heart Disease, Stroke Risk

Newswise imageUsing a new skin cell model, researchers have overcome a barrier that previously prevented the study of living tissue from people at risk for early heart disease and stroke. This research could lead to a new understanding of disease progression in aortic aneurysm - ballooning of the large artery in the chest that carries blood from the heart to the body.

HK handover predictions: Golden geese and democracy 'infections'

Twenty years on, we review predictions for Hong Kong made when Britain handed the city over to China.

England captain Morgan wrong to rest himself against South Africa - Vaughan

England captain Eoin Morgan was wrong to rest himself for the Twenty20 win over South Africa on Sunday, says Michael Vaughan.

David Rawlings Readies New Album, 'Poor David's Almanack'

Here's a dark fact: Every single GOP senator who calls him or herself pro-life who votes for the Republican health care bill knowingly will be voting for legislation that will kill tens of thousands of Americans per year.Specifically, the Obamacare "repeal and replace" bill that's currently before the Senate could result in at least 26,500 additional dead Americans per year, accordingThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why Are 'Pro-Life' Republicans Pushing a Bill That Will Kill Tens of Thousands?

Trump Eager for Meeting with Putin

President Donald Trump is eager to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin with full diplomatic bells and whistles when the two are in Germany for a multinational summit next month. But the idea is exposing deep divisions within the administration on the best way to approach Moscow in the midst of an ongoing investigation into Russian meddling in the U.S. elections. Many administration officials believe the U.S. needs to maintain its distance from Russia at such a sensitive time -- and interact only with great caution. But Trump and some others within his administration have been pressing for a full bilateral meeting. He's calling for media access and all the typical protocol associated with such sessions, even as officials within the State Department and National Security Council urge more restraint, according to a current and a former administration official.

22 Million Would Lose Insurance Under Senate Bill

The Senate's Obamacare replacement bill would lead to 22 million more Americans uninsured in 2026, while average premiums are expected to fall after climbing at first, according to a Monday report from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office. The CBO's estimate of the plan's effect on the number of uninsured Americans could influence whether Republican senators support it, as GOP leaders walk a thin line in trying to win the votes needed to pass their plan. The estimated growth in the number of uninsured Americans is slightly lower under the Senate plan than the bill that passed the House last month, which the CBO said would lead to 23 million fewer covered in 2026.

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Here's a dark fact: Every single GOP senator who calls him or herself pro-life who votes for the Republican health care bill knowingly will be voting for legislation that will kill tens of thousands of Americans per year.Specifically, the Obamacare "repeal and replace" bill that's currently before the Senate could result in at least 26,500 additional dead Americans per year, accordingThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why Are 'Pro-Life' Republicans Pushing a Bill That Will Kill Tens of Thousands?

Judge Sentences Man To One Year In Prison For Hacking Smart Water Readers In Five US Cities

An anonymous reader writes: A Pennsylvania man was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for hacking and disabling base stations belonging to water utility providers in five cities across the U.S. East Coast. Called TGB, these devices collect data from smart meters installed at people's homes and relay the information to the water provider's main systems, where it is logged, monitored for incidents, and processed for billing. Before he was fired by the unnamed TGB manufacturing company, Flanagan's role was to set up these devices. After he was fired, Flanagan used former root account passwords to log onto the devices and disable their ability to communicate with their respective water utility providers' upstream equipment. He wasn't that careful, as the FBI was able to trace back the attacks to his home. Apparently, the guy wasn't that silent, leaving behind a lot of clues. Flanagan's attacks resulted in water utility providers not being able to collect user equipment readings remotely. This incurred damage to the utility providers, who had to send out employees at customer premises to collect monthly readings.

Seniors Concerned Health Care Plan is 'Age Tax'

A Senate Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act aims to reduce funding for Medicaid, the single largest source of health care coverage in the United States. A Senate Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act aims to reduce funding for Medicaid, the single largest source of health care coverage in the United States.

Beyond the Lab: Workshop Hosted by Top Media Publication & Alan Alda's Center Transforms Scientists and Engineers into Storytellers

Scientific American and the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University are teaming up for a free online workshop aimed at helping scientists and engineers write blogs and op-eds for magazines, newspapers and other news outlets. Presented in partnership with The Kavli Foundation, two dozen scientists will receive mentoring on writing this fall and next spring, with successful assignments to be considered for publication as a Scientific American guest blog. The program will culminate with a special gathering in New York City in fall 2018, where course participants will network with instructors, science communication experts and peers as well as staff from the Alda Center and Scientific American.

Whatever Your Skin Tone, Spread on the Sunscreen

Newswise imageNo matter what the color of your skin, UT Southwestern cancer experts recommend wearing sunscreen.

CDC Division Director Named New Dean of UIC School of Public Health

Newswise imageDr. Wayne Giles, director of the Division for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will become the dean of the University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health, effective September 1, pending formal approval by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees.

'War for the Planet of the Apes': What the Critics Are Saying


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Here's a dark fact: Every single GOP senator who calls him or herself pro-life who votes for the Republican health care bill knowingly will be voting for legislation that will kill tens of thousands of Americans per year.Specifically, the Obamacare "repeal and replace" bill that's currently before the Senate could result in at least 26,500 additional dead Americans per year, accordingThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why Are 'Pro-Life' Republicans Pushing a Bill That Will Kill Tens of Thousands?

Expansion of Successful Online Population Health Resource Gives U.S. Cities Access to Key Health Data

Newswise imageHundreds of U.S. cities will be able to identify their most pressing health needs--thanks to a nationwide expansion of NYU Langone Medical Center's City Health Dashboard.

Vimeo says it will not be launching the subscription video service it announced three years ago (Peter Kafka/Recode)


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Vimeo says it will not be launching the subscription video service it announced three years ago  —  Cross one off the list.  —  Everyone wants to sell internet video subscriptions.  Except Vimeo: IAC's video unit, which had announced three years ago that it wanted to launch …

Brexit couples react to deal: Anxiety put to rest or not?

EU citizens in the UK and Brits in Europe want their post-Brexit futures sorted. Do Tory plans deliver?

Supermen: Howard hopes to connect with Cam

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Usain Bolt says 'mind not made up' over retirement date

Usain Bolt says he may continue running after this summer's World Championships, but stresses he still plans to retire this season.

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