From the Wires

Mt. Gox finds 200,000 missing Bitcoins

Bloomberg: The Tokyo-based digital currency exchange located 200,000 of the 850,000 Bitcoins it said had gone missing.

Chewing gum sales declining

CBS: U.S. gum sales have plunged 11% over the last four years.

Most Americans believe in medical conspiracies

Reuters: A survey revealed that approximately half of Americans believe in at least one medical conspiracy theory.

Twitter celebrates eight years

USA Today: To commemorate the social networking site's eighth birthday, it launched a website called first-tweets.com.

Study: lost sleep leads to lost brain cells

BBC: Research suggests that sleep loss may cause a permanent loss of brain cells.

Sony announces virtual-reality headset

CNET: Sony unveiled Project Morpheus, a virtual-reality Playstation 4 headset.

Vladimir Putin signs Russia-Crimea treaty

BBC: The Russian president and the leaders of Crimea have signed a bill to absorb the peninsula into Russia.

Study: foods rich in fish oils may not benefit heart

Bloomberg: Researchers found that foods high in omega-3 do not reduce the risk of heart disease.

Obama issues new sanctions against Russia

New York Times: President Obama has imposed sanctions on key individuals deemed responsible for the current crisis in Ukraine.

Flu risk cut by 'vigorous exercise'

BBC: New data suggests that a minimum of two and a half hours of vigorous exercise per week decreases the chance of developing influenza.

Facebook CEO phoned Obama about NSA

CNET: Mark Zuckerberg feels the National Security Agency overstepped its boundaries.

Science supports '5-second rule' for dropped food

Forbes: A new study found some truth to the "five-second rule," which suggests it's safe to consume food that has touched the floor as long as its within the five-second limit.

Amazon increases Prime fee

CNET: Amazon will raise the membership price for Prime premium service from $79 to $99 per year.