A woman was denied a transplant because she had alcohol in her system despite saying she doesn't drink. It turned out she had 'auto-brewery syndrome.'
In the first known case of this type of auto-brewery syndrome, doctors found a diabetic patient's bladder produced alcohol in her urine.
No one understands you like your siblings.
The conservative radio host declared communists and the media have "weaponized" the "common cold."
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Video Parents Say 14-Year-Old Son Is ‘Addicted’ To Video Games, Terrorizes House To Get What He Wants
Parents say their 14-year-old son is “addicted” to video games, plays up to 17 hours a day, and runs their household by “bullying” and “terrorizing” them. See some of his outbursts.
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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer admitted he has dropped almost $9,000 on his favorite cheesecake over the years. "Guilty as charged," he said.
Author and personal-finance expert Suze Orman had a simple two-word answer to the question of how to react to a market that just shed more than 1,000 points on the back of growing uncertainties, including the spread of the coronavirus outbreak. Orman said Monday on CNBC that investors should stay the course and explained why she thought investors worried about their retirement savings after a historic downturn for the Dow Jones Industrial Average should welcome such selloffs.
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Harvard University epidemiologist Marc Lipsitch is predicting the coronavirus "will ultimately not be containable" and, within a year, will infect somewhere between 40 and 70 percent of humanity, The Atlantic reports. But don't be too alarmed. Many of those people, Lipsitch clarifies, won't have severe illnesses or even show symptoms at all, which is already the case for many people who have tested positive for the virus.That's precisely why he doesn't think the virus can be stopped. Viruses like SARS, MERS, and the avian flu were eventually contained in part because they were more intense and had a higher fatality rate. In other words, if you were infected by the virus that caused SARS, chances were you weren't out and about. But because the current coronavirus, known as COVID-19, can be asymptomatic, or at least very mild, there's a better chance people will likely go about their day as normal. The down side, though, is that it becomes harder to trace and prevent. In that sense it's similar to the flu, which can also be deadly, but often passes without the infected person seeking medical care.The Atlantic reports Lipsitch is definitely not alone in his prediction. There's an emerging consensus that the outbreak will eventually morph into a new seasonal disease, which, per The Atlantic, could one day turn "cold and flu season" into "cold and flu and COVID-19 season." Read more at The Atlantic.More stories from theweek.com The coronavirus recession? The real third way in 2020 Top member of Trump's coronavirus task force asks Twitter for help accessing map of virus