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MONDAY JANUARY 1 2018 NEWS ROUNDUP

MONDAY JANUARY 1 2018















What horror movies really do to your body.. MORE: In the study, published in British journal The BMJ, researchers recruited 24 healthy volunteers aged 30 or younger. Fourteen of the volunteers watched a scary movie (Insidious), and then a week later a light, educational movie (A Year in Champagne). The remaining volunteers did the reverse, watching the tame movie first, and then the suspenseful one. Researchers found that while watching Insidious, the volunteers’ levels of factor VIII—a protein that plays a role in blood clotting—jumped by enough to raise their risk of blood clots; 57 percent of the volunteers experienced the jump, while just 14 percent experienced an increase during the educational movie. (If you’re not a fan of scary movies, there’s an explanation why.)..



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MONDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 2012, NEWS LINKS
LIFE AFTER SUMMER, 2012 BEGINS.. AUTUMN COMING.
I already notice some yellow and orange showing on the once green trees. Life is like this.. it comes and goes.. and even though the oppressive heat and humidity of summer 2012 was not something you can miss, you'll end up missing it once the cold winds begin to bite ..

The first workday of September (unless you work weekends), news of the world:


There is no investigation planned into Michael Clarke Duncan's death..

Celebrity world mouns death of the gentle giant Duncan..

Hollywood stunned at Duncan's demise..

Duncan was also the star of an upcoming horror film called THE SIBLING..

The future is now: Chinese scientists unveil 'mind-controlled' drone!

The swarm of earthquakes taking place in California continues.. now it strikes Beverly Hills with a 3.3..

Indonesia warns of eruption of volcano..

Syria continues to degrade into atrocity and chaos..


Frustrated new labor leader throws empty cha…

Fires and floods, estrogen and beer: Your Friday the 13th update