Stranger Things 2 is coming. Unless you're a fan of the Patriots or Falcons, the only reasons you're watching the Super Bowl tomorrow night are the advertisements, the tradition, and the sure-to-be-dope Lady Gaga halftime show. Not only they confirmed that Season 2 is going to happen, they've also released the title of its episodes. Back in July past year, Netflix debuted yet another groundbreaking web series in the form of " Stranger Things ", the sci-fi, '80s-inspired series starring ...
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Analysis from the charity reveals that cancer rates in the United Kingdom are projected to increase by less than one per cent for men and by three per cent for women over the next two decades. Lung cancer in women is forecast to rise by 38 per cent to 30,000 cases a year, and liver cancer by 78 per cent to 3,400 a year. The reason breast cancer rates are so much lower in Asia where soy consumption is high has been a mystery, prompting ongoing research.
Here's what the researchers in India and U.S. concluded. It turns out that compared with kids who didn't suffer symptoms, the odds were 9.6 times greater that a stricken kid had eaten lychees, 6.0 times greater that the kid had visited a lychee orchard, and 2.2 times greater that the kid had missed dinner the night before.