"It may be a good idea to get a blood pressure reading in both arms rather than just one. A difference in those readings, a new study suggests, is an independent risk factor for heart disease."
Attention contestant wannabes: American History is 4th and World History is 6th.
Seems to be a distinct geographic pattern.
Welcome to Hollywood, where dreams become real — and where logic, reason and economics 101 become dreams.
I knew that coffee isn't dehydrating, but I didn't know about coffee "beans" and chameleons.
The case for punishment by Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post, representative of the selectively censorious Left: "Unsportsmanlike Conduct".
The case for what-the-hell-is-all-the-fuss-about by a fine sportwriter whose other work I really like and whose take here I much prefer, Joe Posnanski: "Wake Me When It's Over".
An interesting argument by Mike Florio on a seemingly important detail: "Wells report disregards Anderson’s 'best recollection' on a key piece of evidence". Related: "10 Reasons Why an Appeal Overturns Tom Brady's Suspension".