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  • “I cannot think of a greater health emergency”
    Health experts sound alarm about climate change's growing and potential impact on kids, as detailed in annual report in medical journal The Lancet ..... Read More.
    CBS NEWS – Health | Consumers & ShoppingThu, November 14, 2019
    4 weeks ago
  • CDC report warns of 2 new potentially deadly superbugs
    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said superbugs that resist antibiotics have killed nearly twice as many people as once thought. But there is some good news. Dr. Jon LaPook explains. ..... Read More.
    CBS NEWS – Health | Consumers & ShoppingWed, November 13, 2019
    4 weeks ago
  • CDC report identifies new potentially deadly superbugs
    One antibiotic resistant superbug wasn't even on the CDC's radar five years ago, but has since spread around the globe ..... Read More.
    CBS NEWS – Health | Consumers & ShoppingWed, November 13, 2019
    4 weeks ago
  • Why Colleges Are Betting Big on Video Games
    The varsity dormitory at Harrisburg University is still under construction. A pile of cardboard debris twists around the base of the stairs; the hallway lights beam an industrial, apricot glow; and when 22-year-old Alex Carrell meets me at the entrance and leads me to his room, we have to dodge the contractors installing carpet on their hands and knees. The wooden doors flanking the hallway are each marked with a nameplate listing the inhabitants inside, punctuated by an angry-looking crimson cyclone holding lightning bolts in its Mickey Mouse–gloved hands—Harrisburg’s mascot, the Storm. On his sign, Carrell has written “Saltman”—the alias he uses to compete in a video game called Hearthstone.Carrell’s bedroom is cluttered with boy paraphernalia—an electric guitar submerged in laundry, a snowboard, a plastic tub of whey protein, a wide selection of “G Fuel” (read: Gamer Fuel) products, a closet full of Harrisburg-branded gear. He’s tall, with a black… ..... Read More.
    THE ATLANTIC – Education | This, That and The OtherWed, November 13, 2019
    4 weeks ago
  • Where Gamers Are the Only Varsity Athletes
    The varsity dormitory at Harrisburg University is still under construction. A pile of cardboard debris twists around the base of the stairs, the hallway lights beam an industrial, apricot glow, and when 22-year-old Alex Carrell meets me at the entrance and leads me to his room, we have to dodge the contractors installing carpet on their hands and knees. The wooden doors flanking the hallway are each marked with a nameplate listing the inhabitants inside, punctuated by an angry-looking crimson cyclone holding lightning bolts in its Mickey Mouse–gloved hands—Harrisburg’s mascot, the Storm. On his sign, Carrell has written “Saltman”—the alias he uses to compete in a video game called Hearthstone.Carrell’s bedroom is cluttered with boy paraphernalia—an electric guitar submerged in laundry, a snowboard, a plastic tub of whey protein, a wide selection of “G Fuel” (read: Gamer Fuel) products, a closet full of Harrisburg-branded gear. He’s tall, with a black… ..... Read More.
    THE ATLANTIC – Technology | Internet & TechnologyWed, November 13, 2019
    4 weeks ago
  • The Zombie Storefronts of America
    During the 1970s and ’80s, perhaps no company in America relied more on branding through architecture than Pizza Hut. The pizza chain’s burgeoning franchise business flooded the country with red-roofed brick buildings, the shape of which was so recognizable that it eventually became the company’s logo. But the design’s physical dominance didn’t last, as Pizza Hut closed scores of its dine-in buffets in favor of smaller pickup-and-delivery storefronts. Now, a drive through the American suburbs reveals the challenge of adapting the husks of dead stores to new uses. The buildings might now host Chinese buffets or jewelry stores that want to buy your gold, but their angular, hat-like roofs betray their pasts.Pizza Hut is far from alone in its capitulation to America’s changing tastes. Even in prosperous, pedestrian-friendly cities like New York, retail and restaurant vacancies have recently ticked up; in some neighborhoods, a quarter of local storefronts lack occupants.… ..... Read More.
    THE ATLANTIC – Technology | Internet & TechnologyWed, November 13, 2019
    4 weeks ago
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