Amelia Earheart: The Real-Life Version Of 'Lost'... Without The Polar Bears

  • It's like Lost, but with a female heroine instead of well, Jack. Or, er, maybe not. Anyway, a group of investigators is set to visit an uninhabited atoll in the South Pacific to answer question of what happened to Amelia Earhart once and for all. [CBSNews]
  • Ugh. Is this what we've turned into? Some women detest their appearances so much that they're resorting to do-it-yourself, at-home "plastic surgery", including the ironing of wrinkles. [DailyMail]
  • Got milk? Get milk! A pint a day can keep the doctor — plus strokes and heart disease — away. [Telegraph]
  • Genetics may not affect breast-cancer survival rates after all: Researchers have found that the survival rates of those with two well-known genes linked to the disease are the same as those without. [WSJ]
  • Hormone replacement therapy can pose serious risks to post-menopausal women, including risk of heart attack or stroke. [CBSNews]
  • One woman in the NY Times' obituaries section today: Kathleen E. Woodiwiss, 68, bestselling romance novelist, and creator of many a "bloodthirsty little wench". [NYTimes]