New Line returns to sci-fi Planet
“New Line Cinema has purchased the remake rights to Forbidden Planet, the 1956 MGM sci-fi classic loosely based on William
Shakespeare’s The Tempest.”
Antidepressant may reduce clot risk in heart patients.
“By reducing the tendency of platelets to stick together, sertraline, an
antidepressant marketed as Zoloft, may reduce the risk of dangerous clots in heart patients, researchers
Strict Vegetarians May Risk Blindness, Study Says. ‘“Vitamin supplementation is essential in persons who adhere to a strict vegetarian diet, especially because vitamin deficiencies may
cause severe, irreversible optic neuropathy,” says the report by a team led by Dr. Dan Milea of the Groupe Hospitalier Pitie-Salpetriere
Don’t wear your body piercings through the metal detector if you don’t want to be caught smuggling.
I was thinking Slate had taken a page from The National Enquirer, but William Saletan’s Who Killed JonBenet? is actually a meditation on what’s become of the presumption of innocence.
You’ve got to rejoice every time this Supreme Court upholds free speech: Students Cannot Censor the Use of Activity Fees, Justices Say [New York Times]
Is Giuliani falling apart? His tone on the police killing last week (again) of an unarmed African-American man “bewilders” Republicans. [New York Times]
[Slate]: More of forensic anthropologist Mary Manhein’s diary: in which she recalls digging up murder victims in rose gardens and pecan orchards.