Renee Morad

(South Tyrol Museum of Archaeology)

Ancient Iceman Had Modern Disease

The 5,300-year-old ice mummy nicknamed “Oetzi,” who was discovered frozen in the Eastern Alps in 1991, appears to have had the oldest known case of Lyme disease, according to new genetic analysis. Researchers from Europe and the U.S. have sequenced his genome, or complete DNA, and discovered he suffered many of the same ailments that […]

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McDonald’s Announces End to ‘Pink Slime’ in Burgers

Does it take a celebrity chef to complain for McDonald’s to alter the ingredients in its food?  From an outsider’s perspective, it may seem that way. Recently, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver blasted the chain for serving burgers made with ‘pink slime’ on an episode of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.  McDonald’s has since announced that it […]

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Report: Angry CEO Breaks Waiter’s Finger

Celebrated CEOs often expect white-glove service when wining and dining. But that’s certainly no excuse for the alleged actions of John Castle, 76, chairman and CEO of New York-based private equity firm Castle Harlan. When the executive often referred to as a ‘leveraged buyout king’ ate at Club Colette, an elite private dining club in […]

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