The history of Adolf Hitler is well known. Apart from bringing the world to war, the Nazi leader was obsessed with the idea of a European “master race,” which served as the foundation for his hostility toward Jews and led to the tragedy of the Holocaust.

But DNA testing may provide a new twist: Hitler may have been descended from both Jews and Africans, according to a Daily Mail report.

Belgian journalist Jean-Paul Mulder and historian Marc Vermeeren conducted tests on 39 of the Nazi leader’s relatives earlier this year.

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The laws aim to shed light on drug companies’ influence over doctors’ decisions on which drugs to prescribe. But weaknesses in laws in the two states studied — Vermont and Minnesota — make it difficult to know how much money is changing hands and who is receiving it, according to the report.

Most payments studied were related to education, research, meals, and personal visits with doctors to promote new drugs, the researchers said.

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A federal judge in Georgia has thrown out race discrimination claims by a former Savannah restaurant manager whose lawsuit against Paula Deen ended up causing the celebrity cook to lose a big slice of her culinary empire.

Lisa Jackson sued Deen and her brother, Bubba Hiers, last year saying she was subjected to sexual harassment and racist attitudes during the five years she worked at their restaurant, Uncle Bubba’s Seafood and Oyster House.

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Among 33 industrialized nations examined in a new report, the United States tied with Hungary, Malta, 바카라사이트 Poland and Slovakia with a death rate of nearly 5 per 1,000 babies. Only Latvia had higher mortality figures, with 6 per 1,000, according to the report by the U.S.-based Save the Children.

“We are the wealthiest country in the world, but there are still pockets of our population who are not getting the health care they need,”

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\ud1a0\ud1a0\uc2a4\ud3ec\uce20 (@junghanmin79) | TwitterThe DNA variant may play a role in about 8 percent of prostate cancers in men of European extraction and 16 percent of the cancers in blacks, researchers said.

The study was published online Sunday by Nature Genetics and will appear in the journal’s June issue. The work is reported by Kari Stefansson and colleagues at deCODE genetics in Reykjavik, Iceland, and scientists elsewhere.

The variant is about twice as common in blacks as whites,

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So, as many people know my daughter Aspen has been fighting Leukemia since November,… Little did she know, hundreds of people would share her Facebook post, and Aspen would be sent an overwhelming number of postcards. In fact, she didn’t just get one postcard from each of the 50 states, she got over 1,000 all together from every state and 49 countries, Kelly told CBS News via message on Tuesday. One postcard came from Greece, but it wasn’t the distance it traveled that made it impressive, it was the person who sent it. “This postcard is too awesome not to share, and I’m totally geeking-out right now!” Kelly wrote on Facebook Monday, about a month after she originally posted her plea for postcards. “Tom Hanks took the time to send Aspen a postcard from Greece!” The mom explained that at first she wasn’t sure it was really the star who sent the postcard, but they compared his writing to a fan letter they saw online and it matched up. They also learned that Hanks is indeed in Greece right now. “Thank you so much Tom Hanks for taking the time to send Aspen a postcard!” Kelly wrote. Kelly shared a photo of Hanks’ card, which shows the sweet note he wrote Aspen: “I hope this arrives in time for your happy 13th birthday! Love you.” This postcard is too awesome not share, and I’m totally geeking-out right now! But Tom Hanks took the time to send Aspen… Hanks’ postcard for Apsen exemplifies the power of social media — her mom’s Facebook post managed to travel across the Atlantic and reach a famous actor on vacation. Aspen not only received a card from the Oscar-winning actor, she also got one from a politician closer to home: Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin.  “I’ve been collecting them and storing them in a box until Sept 1st. But then this one came today and she couldn’t help herself, when the Governor of Oklahoma sends you a card in the mail, you open it,” Kelly wrote on Facebook, with a photo of Governor Fallin’s card. It seems Aspen will get her wish of seeing the world for her birthday, even though due to her cancer treatments her sightseeing had to be in the form of postcards. Thanks to generous social media users — and Tom Hanks — Aspen’s birthday will be a little bit happier.

If true, that finding might be useful in encouraging healthier eating, according to the lead author of the study. In other words, maybe that sweet tooth could be satisfied by fruit instead of sugar.

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Age is the biggest risk factor, and the report released Tuesday shows the nation is on track for skyrocketing Alzheimer’s once the baby boomers start turning 65 in 2011. Already, one in eight people 65 and older have the mind-destroying illness; among those over 85, it’s nearly one in two.

Unless scientists discover a way to delay Alzheimer’s, some 7.7 million people are expected to have the disease by 2030, the report says.

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Katy Perry is making a “roar” of a comeback.

The 28-year-old pop singer just released an emoticon-filled lyric video for the single “Roar.” The footage shows the 28-year-old pop star’s phone, as she texts from everywhere from the gym to the bathroom.

The track leaked online over the weekend before Monday’s lyric video release. The song’s lyrics include: “I got the eye of the tiger, the fire/Dancing through the fire,

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