The Lede, Friday, Feb. 23, 2018 By David Royse Good Day! I have some great news for all you beer and coffee drinkers and for anyone who is putting on a few pounds as you get older. You very well might live very long. More on that in a bit …Read More »
The Lede. In the future, will we have to give our robots flowers on Valentine’s Day? Heart News for VD. Also best airport food?
The Lede, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018 By David Royse In the words of Nappy Roots, We’re gonna have a Good Day, Reminder: Today is Valentine’s Day. Act accordingly. It’s also Ash Wednesday. Welcome to tomorrow, today. Putting the new back in the news . THE LEDE Looking for intelligence on AI We’re just out …Read More »
The Lede: Police in Texas Look for Better Way To Handle Mental Health Calls; Plus, More on 5G, And Poison Darts for Birth Control!
The Lede, Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 By David Royse Good day. The state of the union is … ? Here’s some good music for your working/listening pleasure today As some guy named Bruno noted when he put this on YouTube back in 2007, ‘U’ll love this song.” To my friends …Read More »
The Lede, Monday, Jan. 29, 2018 By David Royse THE LEDE WILL THE US NATIONALIZE THE NEW VERSION OF THE CELL NETWORK? The need to get the nation upgraded to a 5G cell phone and data network is crucial if the United States isn’t going to again fall behind on …Read More »
Good morning. Gonna float like a butterfly today, and knock out all the stuff I got to do. Today would have been Muhammad Ali’s 76th birthday. He was born Jan. 17, 1942 in my hometown of Louisville, Ky. The Lede By David Royse So I’m listening to this song this …Read More »
The longest known frozen human embryo to result in a successful birth was born last month in Tennessee. Emma Wren Gibson, delivered November 25 by Dr. Jeffrey Keenan, medical director of the National Embryo Donation Center, is the result of an embryo originally frozen on October 14, 1992. Susan Scutti …Read More »
In April this year, Katie Herzog checked into a Boston teaching hospital for what turned out to be a nine-hour-long back surgery. The 68-year-old consulting firm president left the hospital with a prescription for Dilaudid, an opioid used to treat severe pain, and instructions to take two pills every four …Read More »
For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a digital pill — a medication embedded with a sensor that can tell doctors whether, and when, patients take their medicine. Pam Belluck | The New York Times The approval, announced late on Monday, marks a significant advance in …Read More »
There are several technologies in development that could dramatically reduce the effects of aging, even in the next few years. Sophie Weiner | Popular Mechanics Even in 2017, anti-aging and lifespan-increasing technology still feels futuristic. But this new video from Kurzgesagt presents several technologies close to completion that could make …Read More »
It could be just a coincidence, but more research is definitely needed. Jesse Hicks | Tonic Medical marijuana is already associated with fewer people killed by opioids like prescription painkillers and heroin. One study found that states with legalized medical weed had a 25 percent lower rate of opioid overdoses …Read More »