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Biden state of the union uncorks high-stakes standoff over U.S. debt
Joe Biden's annual state of the union address produced the opening scene of what could be a major months-long drama over the U.S. debt limit. -CBC News
In Autopsy Study, Over 90% of Former NFL Players Showed Signs of Brain Disease CTE
Researchers at the Boston University CTE Center recently announced that they have now diagnosed CTE in the brains of 345 of 376 (91.7%) of NFL players studied. A degenerative brain disease found in athletes, military veterans and others with a history of repetitive brain trauma, CTE causes depression, suicidal thoughts, aggression and mood swings. Eventually, folks have problems with thinking and memory, and may ultimately develop dementia. Repeated blows to the head — even if they don’t cause concussions — are considered the main risk factor for CTE. By contrast, a 2018 Boston University study of 164 donated brains found one (0.6%) with CTE. The one CTE case was in a former college football player. The NFL player data doesn't necessarily mean that 9 of 10 current and former NFL players have CTE. Exactly how many do is unknown since the condition can only be definitively diagnosed by brain autopsy after death. -USnews.com
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Average person knows 15 recipes by heart
Conducted by OnePoll for HelloFresh, and survey found that the average person claimed to know 15 recipes like the back of their hand, even if they no longer cook the dish. -StudyFinds.org
Survey: A majority of Americans support banning all tobacco products
A majority of Americans support banning all tobacco products, according to a new poll published by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The survey, which was published Thursday in the peer-reviewed journal Preventing Chronic Disease, asked 6,455 people nationwide: “To what extent would you support a policy to prohibit the sale of all tobacco products?” A little over 57% of respondents said they would support such a policy. -StatNews.com
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