The tragic reason deaths spike at Christmas: Researchers say the sick may 'give up' after the big day

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Heart-related deaths have been found to increase during Dec 25 to Jan 7 period Study found 4.2% increase in these deaths outside of hospital in New Zealand Researchers say it could in part be because patients delay medical care Or, the terminally ill may hold off death to experience an important day Study found 4.2% increase in these deaths outside of hospital in New Zealand Tesla's new AI autopilot could roll out next week: Elon Musk... Elon Musk's Gigafactory is taking shape: Drone footage... Dubai police launch AI that can spot crimes BEFORE they... Nanotech'superbatteries' that can last longer and charge... Tesla's new AI autopilot could roll out next week: Elon Musk... Elon Musk's Gigafactory is taking shape: Drone footage... Dubai police launch AI that can spot crimes BEFORE they... Nanotech'superbatteries' that can last longer and charge... Every year, the weeks following Christmas are marked by a tragic trend – a dramatic spike in heart-related deaths. Guests throw chairs as huge fight breaks out during wedding Male guests in a Chinese wedding flock to harass a bridesmaid A young thug is filmed fly kicking a lady in the back Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell? Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell? EXCLUSIVE: She's STILL with her - Hillary Clinton and Huma... REVEALED: The Brooklyn lawyer who chased down Ivanka on a... Sick ISIS savages film themselves burning two Turkish... 'Slaughter the pigs': Berlin killer's chilling video is... Apocalyptic wall of icy fog above Lake Superior is the... Lawyer who was thrown off JetBlue flight for accosting and... Huge brawl erupts at wedding reception after'the bride's... First contact: Incredible images show lost Amazonian tribe... Dramatic pilot distress call reveals Carrie Fisher, 60,... Italian TV presenter gives viewers a real news flash when... Surprise! Electoral college'rebels' who wanted to stop... Moment secret service rushed Ivanka Trump and her family off... REVEALED: The Brooklyn lawyer who chased down Ivanka on a... 'Slaughter the pigs': Berlin killer's chilling video is... Apocalyptic wall of icy fog above Lake Superior is the... Lawyer who was thrown off JetBlue flight for accosting and... Huge brawl erupts at wedding reception after'the bride's... First contact: Incredible images show lost Amazonian tribe... Dramatic pilot distress call reveals Carrie Fisher, 60,... Italian TV presenter gives viewers a real news flash when... Electoral college'rebels' who wanted to stop... Moment secret service rushed Ivanka Trump and her family off...


Resistance to beliefs spurs brain activity linked to 'thinking about who we are'

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How political views are'hardwired' in our brains: Study finds resistance to others' beliefs spurs activity in region linked to'thinking about who we are' Study pinpointed areas in the brain activated when met with challenging beliefs They noted a surge in the region responsible for'thinking about who we are' Also found increase in areas that play role in emotion and decision-making Researchers found that participants were less likely to budge on political topics They noted a surge in the region responsible for'thinking about who we are' People who were resistant to changing their minds were found to have more activity in areas that play a key role in emotion and decision-making, along with surge in the region responsible for'thinking about who we are.' The tragic reason deaths spike at Christmas: Researchers say... Tesla's new AI autopilot could roll out next week: Elon Musk... Elon Musk's Gigafactory is taking shape: Drone footage... Dubai police launch AI that can spot crimes BEFORE they... The tragic reason deaths spike at Christmas: Researchers say... Tesla's new AI autopilot could roll out next week: Elon Musk... Elon Musk's Gigafactory is taking shape: Drone footage... Dubai police launch AI that can spot crimes BEFORE they... After reading the counter claims, they were then asked to rate the strength of their belief in the original statement on a scale of 1-7. Guests throw chairs as huge fight breaks out during wedding Male guests in a Chinese wedding flock to harass a bridesmaid A young thug is filmed fly kicking a lady in the back Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell?


Expert reveals how the Home Alone traps would REALLY affect a person

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Just how lethal were the traps in Home Alone? A boy sets booby troops in his home to ward of thieves in the film'Home Alone' This includes using a blowtorch, falling bricks and an exploding toilet An EMT reveals just how these traps would really affect the human body People would suffer 3rd degree burns, fractured faces and would even die A boy sets booby troops in his home to ward of thieves in the film'Home Alone' From swinging paint cans to falling bricks and an exploding toilet, the two burglars in the Home Alone films ran through a viscous obstacle of booby traps. Dubai police launch AI that can spot crimes BEFORE they... Tesla's new AI autopilot could roll out next week: Elon Musk... What humans will look like in 100 years: Expert reveals the... Are aliens trying to contact Earth? Dubai police launch AI that can spot crimes BEFORE they... Tesla's new AI autopilot could roll out next week: Elon Musk... What humans will look like in 100 years: Expert reveals the... Are aliens trying to contact Earth? O'Hare told Kevin Wong with Motherboard that with the blowtorch booby trap, the flames cooking Harry's scalp would cause second or third degree burns.


Dubai police launch Crime Prediction software that identifies patterns a human would miss

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Crime Prediction software analyzes existing patterns from police databases It uses the data to predict when and where an event is likely to occur next It's hoped this can alert patrol teams to which districts may need more attention It's hoped this can alert patrol teams to which districts may need more attention Nanotech'superbatteries' that can last longer and charge... Water discovery! Scientists find a new state of matter for... Travelling star heading towards Earth could cause a... Consumer Reports refuses to recommend Apple's new MacBook... Nanotech'superbatteries' that can last longer and charge... Water discovery! Scientists find a new state of matter for... Travelling star heading towards Earth could cause a... Consumer Reports refuses to recommend Apple's new MacBook... Minority Report-style crime prediction has edged closer to reality with a new AI software launched in Dubai. Guests throw chairs as huge fight breaks out during wedding Male guests in a Chinese wedding flock to harass a bridesmaid A young thug is filmed fly kicking a lady in the back Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell? Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell?


Travelling star heading towards Earth could cause DEVASTATING comet strikes

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Gliese 710 is 64 light-years away and on a collision course with our solar system The star is expected to pass through the Oort Cloud in 1.35 million years It could cause a shower of comets to switch course towards Earth The threat is deemed one of the biggest of the next 10 million years The star is expected to pass through the Oort Cloud in 1.35 million years Data captured by the European Space Agency's Gaia observatory has shown that hydrogen-burning main-sequence star Gliese 710 could come close enough to cause major comet strikes (stock image) From teleporters to holodecks: Here are five Star Trek... Pandora up close: Nasa releases stunning image from... Mystery of the disappearing clouds on Titan: Cassini images... David Bowie had it right! From teleporters to holodecks: Here are five Star Trek... Pandora up close: Nasa releases stunning image from... Mystery of the disappearing clouds on Titan: Cassini images... David Bowie had it right! The star will likely travel through the Oort Cloud, a shell of icy objects and long-period comets that circle our solar system. Guests throw chairs as huge fight breaks out during wedding Male guests in a Chinese wedding flock to harass a bridesmaid A young thug is filmed fly kicking a lady in the back Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell? Man's amazing backflip saves child from out of control car Girl walks around London with no jeans - can the public tell?