|Current Weather Conditions in PADUCAH, KY - Updated May 27 10:35 AM
|Wind: ||South at 12 mph|
|Pressure: ||29.95 inches (steady)|
|Humidity: || 78%|
|Dewpoint: || 67° F (19° C)|
Mostly Cloudy With A 50 Percent Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms. Highs In The Lower 80s. South Winds 10 To 15 Mph.
Mostly Cloudy With A 50 Percent Chance Of Showers And Thunderstorms. Lows In The Upper 60s. South Winds 10 To 15 Mph.
|5 Day Forecast for PADUCAH, KY - Updated May 27 9:04 AM
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|New survey shows that retirement includes work for many older American... - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago|
US military members who report poor sleep were less resilient in recen... - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
Departing the workforce entirely and entering retirement at age 65 is no longer a reality for many older people in the United States, according to a recent survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. The study finds that there are large numbers of older Americans who are currently, or who expect to be, working longer. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that they are continuing with the same employment circumstances indefinitely.
Telling irregularities - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
A new study found that military service members who reported insomnia symptoms or short sleep durations were less resilient than members who reported healthy sleep hygiene. Several physical and mental variables were evaluated as indices of resilience. These variables were, self-rated general health, lost workdays, deployment, completion of service term, and health care utilization. Long sleep duration was less predicative of resilience outcomes.
New model of T cell activation - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
The heart rate may be an indicator of a person's life expectancy. A research team at the Technical University of Munich has to this end analyzed an effect which at first seems paradoxical: Minor irregularities in the heartbeat are indicative of a healthy body. A clinical study confirmed a strong correlation between this phenomenon and the survival prospects of heart attack patients. The new methods of measurement may soon be applied in medical practice.
Blood test supports use of potential new treatment for patients with s... - EurekaAlert 1 hour ago
T cell receptors are an important part of the human immune system. They are able to switch their conformation from an inactive to an active state spontaneously without any antigens present. Cholesterol binds and stabilizes inactive receptors, giving it a decisive role in the activation of a T cell. Immunologists from the University of Freiburg were able to demonstrate this in a study that has been recently published in the journal Immunity.
Testing cancers for 'addiction' to a gene that boosts cell growth can pick out patients who may respond to a targeted drug under development, a major new study reports. By measuring the number of copies of just one gene from cancer DNA circulating in the bloodstream, scientists were able to identify the patients with stomach cancer who were most likely to respond to treatment.
|Researchers: Asian bank hacks may be linked to North Korea - AP 1 hour ago|
Senate proposal to require encryption workarounds may be dead - PC World 2 hours ago
NEW YORK (AP) -- Cybersecurity researchers said North Korea might be connected to a recent attack that resulted in the theft of over $100 million from the Bangladeshi central bank and the attempted thefts of millions more from other Asian banks....
Powerful gaming PC backpacks are becoming a thing as VR craze swells - PC World 2 hours ago
A proposal in the U.S. Senate to require smartphone OS developers and other tech vendors to break their own encryption at the request of law enforcement may be dead on arrival.The proposal, released as a discussion draft last month, may not be formally introduced this year because of strong opposition, according to a Reuters report.The draft bill, pushed by Senators Richard Burr andÂ Dianne Feinstein, would allow judges to order tech companies to comply with requests from the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to help them defeat security measures and break into devices.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 launches with limited stock, no custom-coole... - PC World 2 hours ago
The problem with virtual reality right nowâ€”well, one of the problemsâ€”is the wires tethering you to your PC. Itâ€™s all too easy to get tangled up in a mess of cords, and even a gentle tug from a wire is enough to jar you free from immersion. MSI MSI's Backpack PC.Just yesterday, MSI revealed a solution to the problem of movement and VR: the Backpack PC. Instead of tethering you to a stationary computer, the backpack concept tethers the PC to you. Then youâ€™re free (or at least freer) to move around a small area.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Today, the new generation of graphics cards kicked off with a bangâ€”at least in theory. In reality, it was sort of a disappointing whimper.Â Nvidiaâ€™s GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card launched at 9 a.m. Eastern/6 a.m. Pacific on Friday, and the earlier fears of PC gaming enthusiasts proved accurate.While the graphics cardâ€™s starting MSRP is ostensibly $600, the only versions available to purchase online on day one were of the pricier $700 Founders Edition model, despite Nvidia partners likeÂ EVGA and Asus showing off custom-designed variants with fancier cooling solutions and RGB lighting. The GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition is essentially a reference card with swanky build quality but no ornate cooling setup or out-of-the-box overclock.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here