November 19, 2017

Gastric Bypass Surgery Better Than They Thought

Obesity comes with so many risk factors, one being heart problems. There is a connection between obesity and cardiovascular disease, but it’s not fully understood. Obese people tend to show signs of structural change to the heart. They can have the right ventricle become enlarged and excess heart muscle mass in the left ventricle. Both […]

Black Eyed Peas Entertain Along With Other Big Names At Super Bowl Half Time

The half time show at the Super Bowl is always one highly anticipated by attendees as well as viewers from home. We’ve seen some star studded lineups over the years, and this year was no different. The Black Eyed Peas pulled out all the stops with plenty of glitz and glamor to wow those taking […]

Will The Weather Cooperate For the Super Bowl And It’s Travel Fans?

It has been quite a week in Dallas, with ice storms and record snowfall, but the weather for the weekend is looking a little better with some sun. There is going to be some wet stuff that could turn into snow. The chance of rain or snow could happen on Super Bowl Sunday. Fridays weather […]

Apple iOS 4.3 Coming, Possibly On Valentine’s Day

Rumor has it that the latest version of the Apple mobile operating system, iOS version 4.3, is coming as soon as Valentine’s Day. Some sites are even reporting that the OS will arrive to users on February 14. The new Verizon iPhone is scheduled to be released on February 10, and is to ship with […]

Genetically Modified Beets Approved For Planting But Not Without Another Fight

Genetically modified sugar beets that are designed to stand up against the weed killer Roundup can be planted under new strict regulations, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Farmers had been waiting patiently to hear the decision so they could begin their spring plantings. Farmers in 10 states plant sugar beets. Idaho, Minnesota and […]

American Idol Judges Have Favorites

On SirusXM radio, Jennifer Lopez was asked if she had favorites and she said that she did. She did not name any names, but she said it’s been fun to watch them go through the process. She also said that her favorites have changed some too. She is loving the talent that is in the […]

Weather Won’t Stop Super Bowl Fans

Or at least that’s the hope. Weather across the East is causing all kinds of travel problems. Not just with airlines, but on the ground as well. As of Tuesday, there were storms stretched from Dallas to Chicago, and on East to Boston. More than 7,000 flights had to be canceled. Many of those canceled […]

VitaminWater Over Advertising

Vitamin Water can keep you from getting the flu. That’s the claim anyways, and the National Consumers League has taken the complaint to the Federal Trade Commission. ScienceLine had this to say about VitaminWater some time ago; “A vitamin-fortified drink may sound like a swell idea, but there are two caveats to keep in mind. […]

The Daily Gives iPad Users A Fresh News Experience

How about daily news sent to your iPad instead of reading the paper? Well today Rupert Murdoch and his News Corp. launched The Daily. The Daily is a publication built just for the iPad, in what Murdock hopes will be the next generation of readers. For just $39.99, The Daily will deliver up to 100 […]

EPA Working To Make Drinking Water Safer

The Environmental Protection Agency was able to reverse the Bush administration drinking water policy. The EPA is now going to be able to regulate perchlorate, which does occur naturally in small amounts in water, but is also used in rocket fuel and some 16 other chemicals. These chemicals can cause cancer if used in high […]