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2020 Democratic Hopefuls Tackle Monopoly Power, Rural Issues In Iowa Forum From CNN: Donald Trump falls for Nancy Pelosi’s trap
Biden blasts Trump for saying he ‘deserted’ Pennsylvania: ‘I was 10’ Nile shipwreck discovery proves Herodotus right – after 2,469 years | Science | The Guardian
How Inuit Parents Raise Kids Without Yelling – And Teach Them To Control Anger: Goats and Soda: NPR From CNN: ATF agents hunting down illegal machine gun device
The Washington Post: ‘We’re handling life and death’: Devastating tornado tears through Jefferson City, Mo., causing multiple injuries, extensive damage How Chickpeas Became So Popular in America – The Atlantic
Everything you thought you knew about tetanus is wrong | Popular Science Nicolle Wallace Reveals Trump’s ‘Lie To End All Lies’ In Rose Garden Meltdown
Youth Suicide Rates Increased Following ’13 Reasons Why’ Debut Huawei: The world’s most controversial company – BBC News
Pressure Cooker: the morality of home cooking – Vox Minneapolis police officer found guilty in shooting death of unarmed woman who called 911
From CNN: Whistleblowers: Drug company bribed doctors to boost sales 40 Uses For Rubbing Alcohol In The House
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Thousands of cancer diagnoses tied to a poor diet, study finds

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Your diet may have more impact on your cancer risk than you might think, a new study has found.

An estimated 80,110 new cancer cases among adults 20 and older in the United States in 2015 were attributable simply to eating a poor diet, according to the study, published in the JNCI Cancer Spectrum on Wednesday.
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“This is equivalent to about 5.2% of all invasive cancer cases newly diagnosed among US adults in 2015,” said Dr. Fang Fang Zhang, a nutrition and cancer epidemiologist at Tufts University in Boston, who was first author of the study.
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“This proportion is comparable to the proportion of cancer burden attributable to alcohol,” she said.

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Cancer: the facts

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Four New DNA Letters Double Life’s Alphabet – Scientific American NYTimes: Profitable Giants Like Amazon Pay $0 in Corporate Taxes. Some Voters Are Sick of It
Flight Attendants Share Their Biggest Passenger Pet Peeves Inside the Rise and Fall of a Multimillion-Dollar Airbnb Scheme – The New York Times
40 Uses For Rubbing Alcohol In The House From CNN: Mother of measles-stricken infant: Our community ‘failed us
From CNN: New video claims to show ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi 3 Ridiculously Simple Steps to Skyrocket Your Team’s Productivity – monday blog
7 Secrets to Effective Teamwork (as Reported by Hundreds of Teams) NYTimes: Harriet Tubman $20 Bill Is Delayed Until Trump Leaves Office, Mnuchin Says
Trump’s Golf Costs: $102 Million And Counting, With Taxpayers Picking Up The Tab Former Boeing Engineers Say Relentless Cost-Cutting Sacrificed Safety – Bloomberg
Best Sandwiches in New York City 2019: Travel Guide NYC According to Top Chefs Leaked Proud Boys Chats Show Members Plotting Violence At Rallies
From CNN: Feds say a sixth migrant child died while in the care of authorities in September They Got Rich Off Uber and Lyft. Then They Moved to Low-Tax States. – The New York Times
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Before And After – What it’s like listening to Michael Jackson now.

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Has anyone ever told you a secret that, in an instant, changed everything? It usually happens in a very private place — at the kitchen table, maybe, or in the close confines of a car. The teller was likely someone close to you. A lover. A family member. Your oldest friend. Telling you, I was raped. Or Our cousin Jason abused me. Saying something you might have wished, for one selfish moment, hadn’t been said.

And how did you respond? You listened. You tried to take it in. But I guarantee since I’ve been there, that you also immediately started thinking about what you should do. The panicked feeling that overtakes a person when something feels broken is countered by a core urge: to fix things. So you say to your hurting loved one, Let’s go to the cops. Or I want to kill him.

What happens after such an encounter depends on so many factors. Maybe there is a route to take, and together, you and your loved one start to explore it. You call a family meeting. You start looking for a therapist, or a lawyer. There’s more shock, more pain and, eventually, some kind of healing. Or the pain never heals, but at least the wound is touching air.

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Michael Jackson in 1988.Dave Hogan/Getty Images

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The Curious Case of the Bog Bodies

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One Saturday in the spring of 1950, brothers Viggo and Emil Højgaard from the small village of Tollund, in Denmark, were cutting peat in a local bog when they uncovered a dead man. He looked as though he had only just passed away. His eyelashes, chin stubble, and the wrinkles in his skin were visible; his leather cap was intact. Suspecting murder, the brothers called the police in nearby Silkeborg, but the body wasn’t what it seemed.

Cracking the case required a special breed of forensic analysis. Famed Danish archaeologist Peter V. Glob, from the University of Aarhus, arranged for the body, along with its bed of peat, to be excavated and transferred to the Silkeborg Museum in a giant wooden box. An examination of the contents of the dead man’s stomach suggested—and radiocarbon dating later confirmed—that he had lived during the third century B.C., in the pre-Roman Iron Age. For more than 2,000 years, Tollund Man, as the corpse became known, had lain at the bottom of the bog, nearly untouched by time, as all of recorded history marched forward over his head.

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Who will say ‘corpse’
to his vivid cast?
Who will say ‘body’
to his opaque repose?
—Seamus Heaney, “Grauballe Man” (1975)

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These Are the Highest Paying Jobs for the Class of 2019

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The Class of 2019 is getting ready to enter one hot job market. And grads with a background in slicing and dicing data have an edge.

Data scientist was the highest-paying entry-level job last year, according to Glassdoor research. Young adults in this field earned a median annual base salary of $95,000. That’s higher than young Wall Street workers received as investment-banking analysts.

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The Psychiatrist Who Believed People Could Tell the Future

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For many years, Kathleen Lorna Middleton lived at 69 Carlton Terrace, in the North London suburb of Edmonton. The house, which faced one of the main roads leading out of the city, had a small plaque to the left of the front door: “Miss Lorna Middleton, Teacher of Pianoforte and Ballet.” Middleton was born in Brockton, Massachusetts, in 1914. She was a talented dancer as a child and had friends who went to Hollywood, but, during the Depression, Middleton’s parents, who were English, lost everything and moved back to London. Middleton, who had small hands, buck teeth, and a pronounced New England accent, opened a school for dance and music in the front room of No. 69 and called her students the Merrie Carltons.

Middleton played the piano, swivelling on her stool, while six girls at a time practiced port de bras using the bookcases for balance. The next class waited on the stairs. The house was crowded with dark furniture and programs from Middleton’s childhood performances with the dates erased. “There was always something—not exactly exotic, but she was totally different,” Christine Williams, who started taking classes with Middleton when she was four, told me recently. “Whatever she did, she posed. She never just stood.”

On a winter’s day, when she was seven years old, Middleton watched her mother, Annie, frying eggs on the stove. “After about two minutes, and without warning the egg lifted itself up. It rose up and up until it almost touched the ceiling,” Middleton wrote, in a self-published memoir. Middleton giggled, but her mother was concerned. She consulted a fortune-teller, who told her that an egg that flew out of the pan often symbolized a death. A few weeks later, one of Annie’s best friends, who had recently married, died and was buried in her wedding dress.

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John Barker recruited a group of people whose predictions were uncannily prescient. Then one foresaw Barker’s death.

Illustration by Matthieu Bourel

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