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Allergies? Exhausted regulatory T cells may play a role

New research highlights the importance of immune cell metabolism for maintaining a balanced immune response.

Researcher identifies a new way to treat HIV

Medical treatment that targets human proteins rather than ever-mutating viruses may one day help HIV-positive people whose bodies have built a resistance to 'cocktails' currently used to keep them healthy. Now researchers have pinpointed a protein variant that can be targeted to prevent the human immunodeficiency virus from harming HIV-positive individuals.

High-resolution modeling assesses impact of cities on river ecosystems

New mapping methods can help urban planners minimize the environmental impacts of cities' water and energy demands on surrounding stream ecologies.

Studies reveal worrisome trend for health of wild dolphins

Twelve years of data on the health of two Atlantic bottlenose dolphin populations paints a grim reality concerning the wellbeing of the Atlantic Ocean.

Screening reduces mortality for those with detectable type 2 diabetes but not for general population, large studies find

Screening for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors may not reduce mortality and cardiovascular disease in the general population, suggests new research.

A government shutdown wouldn't be a huge market or economic event: Analyst

 AnalystThe issue with a government shutdown is investors will interpret it as a sign that Republicans are unable to govern, James Pethokoukis said.

Google Invites Users To 'Check If You're Clinically Depressed'

Google will now invite U.S. users to "check if you're clinically depressed" by using a clinically-validated screening questionnaire. "The move announced on Wednesday comes out of work with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and represents the first time that the search giant has promoted a mental health self-assessment tool in search results," reports Financial Times. From the report: The intervention by the world's most popular search engine comes as people increasingly seek medical advice online: Google says one in 20 searches are health-related, although it will not disclose what proportion are about depression. It is also the latest public move by a technology business to take greater responsibility for content that users see on its platform, after criticism that companies such as Facebook and Google failed to help people distinguish verified from false information. A box of verified information about symptoms and treatments for clinical depression already tops U.S. Google search results for "depression" or queries such as "do I have depression." Google does this for other common conditions, including flu and tonsillitis, and symptoms such as headaches, using information provided by the Mayo Clinic, a non-profit medical organization.

Tillerson Increases Pressure on Pakistan

American Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has increased pressure on Pakistan over its perceived backing for the Taliban in Afghanistan. Pakistan denies sheltering the Taliban, but Tillerson suggested it could lose US privileges if the government failed "to change their posture." He was speaking a day after President Donald Trump unveiled a new strategy, vowing to commit US forces to back Afghan forces fighting the insurgents.

Chris Hemsworth, Jeff Bridges in Talks to Star in Drew Goddard’s ‘Bad Times at the El Royale’

Chris Hemsworth and Jeff Bridges are in negotiations to star in the Fox thriller “Bad Times at the El Royale,” with Drew Goddard directing from his own script. Should the deals close, the actors would be the first attached to the project, which is expected to begin shooting early next year. Fox has kept details... Read more »

Epix renews Get Shorty for season 2

Just two episodes into its 10-part first season, Get Shorty has been renewed for season 2 by Epix.
The series shares a title with Elmore Leonard’s 1990 novel and Barry Sonnenfeld’s 1995 film adaptation, but like Noah Hawley’s Fargo, the Get Shorty TV series is more inspired by the themes and sensibilities of its predecessors rather than strict plot points.
Created by Davey Holmes, the small-screen Get Shorty follows Nevada hitman Miles Daly (Chris O’Dowd) as he tries to embark on a Hollywood career with the help of embattled B-movie producer Rick Moreweather (Ray Romano). As it turns out, the hitman and Hollywood professions are a better fit for each other than one might expect.
“Get Shorty is our most successful original scripted series to date, and continues to deliver phenomenal performances,” Epix President Mark Greenberg said in a statement. 
In EW’s B+ review of the first season, Clark Collis wrote that O’Dowd “exudes shaggy charm” and Romano “is terrific as a monster movie producer and walking bucket of flop sweat.”

There's now a sexy Jon Snow costume for Halloween

To those who weren’t convinced there’s a sexy Jon Snow Halloween costume available to wear for Halloween, Yandy.com has three words: “You know nothing.”
Billed as a “Sexy Northern Queen” costume, the women’s specialty apparel retailer has released its Jon Snow-inspired costume.
Now, fans can bend the knee in this costume inspired by the King Queen of the North. For $149.95, the outfit includes a black romper that features gold stud accents and a cut-out bodice panel and a black cloak with “faux fur trim.”
According to the website, the costume — which allows “one to be ready for (Halloween) winter” — is currently on pre-order and will be ready to ship on or before Sept. 20.
Let us know how battling white-walkers in a cut-out bodice goes.

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TV Review: ‘Disjointed’ From Chuck Lorre

Is “Disjointed” better if you’re stoned? Well, of course. Pot has been adding another dimension — and improving the flaws of bad television — for almost as long as we’ve had the medium. And “Disjointed,” in particular, seems designed to satisfy a mellower state of mind. It’s slow and spacey and visually kinetic, with a,... Read more »

'Sir, these numbers are disastrous': Jake Tapper burns Trump for dismal poll results

 Jake Tapper burns Trump for dismal poll resultsCNN anchor Jake Tapper delivered a stinging critique of President Donald Trump in the wake of a...

‘This Is Us’ Season 2: Watch a Heartbreaking Scene From the Premiere

A new clip from NBC takes “This Is Us” viewers back to a familiar location — the hospital. Before getting there, the three minute clip starts with Randall (Sterling K. Brown) telling Rebecca (Mandy Moore) that his wife isn’t totally on board with his adoption plans. He asks his mother about how she and her late husband... Read more »

Daily Glixel: 'Brink' is Now Free, Twitch Gets Triplemania, DreamHack Comes To Denver

Welcome to Daily Glixel, a roundup of the day's other gaming news stories. For years, publishers have tried various ways to keep their games relevant to players. This is why we now have things like DLC season passes and tacked on multiplayer modes. That steady drip feed of content is meant to keep us engaged. But, one publisher is trying another tactic – giving the game away forThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Daily Glixel: 'Brink' is Now Free, Twitch Gets Triplemania, DreamHack Comes To Denver

Winston-Salem Open: GB's Kyle Edmund through to quarter-finals

Britain's Kyle Edmund is through to the quarter-finals of the Winston-Salem Open after a straight sets win over Hungary's Marton Fucsovics.

Younger Mothers Are More Likely to Engage in Risky Drinking During and After Pregnancy

People tend to adjust behaviors across their lifespans as they adopt new roles - such as marriage or parenting - that are incompatible with prior behaviors. The transition to parenthood appears to be particularly relevant for women, leading to a reduction in alcohol consumption. This study of maternal alcohol use is the first to focus on age at transition to motherhood as a predictor of trajectories of risky drinking during a 17-year span.

Two Studies Support Intensive Blood Pressure Control for Long-Term Health and Quality of Life

Two studies provide additional support for lowering systolic blood pressure to an intensive goal of 120 mmHg - far below the standard guidelines of 140 mmHg - to reduce the risk of heart disease in high-risk patients with hypertension. The new research shows that intensive blood pressure control is well-tolerated by patients and is cost-effective in terms of health-related quality of life and financial costs to the healthcare system, and appears online in NEJM on Aug. 24.

Microsoft .NET Core 2.0 For Linux Released; Redhat Will Bundle Microsoft's .NET

Billly Gates writes: Microsoft recently released Visual Studio 15.3 for Windows and Visual Studio 7.1 for Mac with .NET core 2.0. In addition to porting Microsoft Code and SQL Server to Linux, they have ported .NET. Redhat will bundle .NET in their software offerings instead of relying on Mono.

Younger Mothers Are More Likely to Engage in Risky Drinking During and After Pregnancy

People tend to adjust behaviors across their lifespans as they adopt new roles - such as marriage or parenting - that are incompatible with prior behaviors. The transition to parenthood appears to be particularly relevant for women, leading to a reduction in alcohol consumption. This study of maternal alcohol use is the first to focus on age at transition to motherhood as a predictor of trajectories of risky drinking during a 17-year span.

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