Finally, a trailer! In March 2019, four months before Stranger Things returns to Netflix, the show delivered a preview of what'll be heating up Hawkins, Indiana, this summer. Now playing: Watch this: Netflix teases Stranger Things season 3 in new trailer 2:50 The preview is dripping with nostalgia -- Dustin sprays Lucas in the face with Farrah Fawcett hair spray when the friends sneak up on him -- but it's obvious that danger still dwells in Hawkins. Hopper tries to reassure Joyce he wants her to feel safe, but who can when there's a new horrific monster lurking, plus a guy with a gun? And it's really a shame Mews, Dustin's family cat, met such a tragic end, because it appears rats have invaded the town.Netflix gave Stranger Things fans a gift on New Year's Eve 2018, revealing at midnight that the third-season premiere date will be July 4, 2019. Get your fireworks ready.The network released a cute retro video blending clips from Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, the … [Read more...] about Stranger Things Season 3: Trailer, release date, how to watch and rumors
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Review the following "Questions to Ask" about cervical cancer so you're prepared to discuss this important health issue with your health care professional. 1. What is my risk for developing cervical cancer? How can I limit my risks? 2. What should I do before getting a Pap smear, to make sure the test is as accurate as possible? 3. Are you sending my Pap test to a board-certified lab? Does a board-certified pathologist oversee this lab? 4. How will I be informed of the results? 5. If I have cervical cancer, what treatment options are available? 6. I was diagnosed with human papillomavirus (HPV). How often do I need pelvic exams and Pap smears? 7. I am so afraid of cancer that I'm afraid to come in for a Pap smear or pelvic exam. What should I do? 8. What is a colposcopy and why do you recommend it? Will it hurt? 9. Can cervical cancer be cured? Can it come back after it's been treated? 10. What kind of experience do you have in treating cervical cancer? Have you had specialty training … [Read more...] about Questions to Ask Your Cervical Cancer Specialist
What did you get for Stranger Things Day? A mini 3 Musketeers bar to feed your Demodog? Some Eggos? Video arcade tokens? Sadly, fans of the Netflix hit didn't get the one thing we wanted: a season 3 trailer. (A premiere date would've been nice, too.)Sure, Netflix did drop a cute behind-the-scenes video in honor of its made-up Nov. 6 holiday, marking 35 years since Will Byers' 1983 disappearance. Stranger Things Day was kinda like your half-birthday: sounds promising, but you end up getting underwear, if that.Why is Stranger Things so strangely compelling? The show seemingly came out of nowhere in July 2016, with a 1980s setting and rich pop-culture details. Young Will Byers disappears one night after playing D&D with his buddies in Hawkins, Indiana. The unfolding plot includes a secret government laboratory, a young girl with psychokinetic powers called Eleven, a creepy Upside Down dimension filled with monsters and goo, and Christmas lights that blink an unnerving … [Read more...] about Stranger Things season 3: Trailer, release date, how to watch, release date and rumors
For more than 30 years, people with serious diseases have had access to investigational drugs, vaccines, devices and biologics via the FDA's expanded access pathway. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images If you or a loved one has a serious or life-threatening illness and have exhausted all the medical options at your disposal to no avail, you're likely, as the proverb about the drowning man goes, to grasp at straws – to grab hold of anything that might save or extend yours or your loved one's life. Hope, it seems, is hard-wired into the human condition: Surely the potential benefits of an investigational modality will prove the risk worthwhile? But when it comes to experimental drugs and therapies for untreatable conditions, it may be healthier to avoid false hope and approach potential outcomes with pragmatic optimism instead. When President Donald J. Trump signed the Right to Try Act (which grants no real rights, but rather, grants permission for a patient to request an experimental … [Read more...] about FDA’s Expanded Access Pre-dates Right to Try by Decades
The sun's rays are no joke. It's better to toss expired sunscreen than take a chance. Fuse/Getty Images There are extreme situations in life during which we want assurance that our protective devices are working. For example, a police officer needs to know that his or her bulletproof vest has been tested and works. Likewise, a deep-sea diver wants to be sure that his or her breathing apparatus is fully functional. But some people tend to overlook risk when the danger isn't something tangible. A prime example of this is sun exposure. Sure, we might rub on a dollop or two of sunscreen if we're hitting the beach for the day, but how many of us really know if that lotion or spray is really working? It's an important question to ask. The sun's dangerous ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) rays can lead to burns, premature aging and skin cancer (including aggressive malignant melanoma). Playing fast and loose with skin protection isn't wise. There are several ways to ensure you get maximum … [Read more...] about Is expired sunscreen OK to use?