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2015/02/26 18:52
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Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Still, Dalsgaard stressed that the actual number of premature deaths among those with ADHD was small. "Although ADHD doubles the risk, it is important to note that...
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2015/02/26 10:38
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Agricultural insecticides dangerous for water bodies Streams within approximately 40 percent of the global land surface are at risk from the application of insecticides, according to the first global...
2015/02/24 15:40
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Lizards and other reptiles are not normally considered venomous, but a number of lizard species actually do produce and use venom. The most classic venomous lizard is no doubt the gila monster – a...
2015/02/23 21:30
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Scientists have for the first time quantified how the Greenland ice sheet reacted to a warm period 8,000-5,000 years ago, providing vital clues to the future of the ice sheet. Back then temperatures...
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2015/02/20 15:43
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While the world is preparing for a rising global sea-level, a group of scientists led by Dr. Nicolaj Krog Larsen, Aarhus University in Denmark and Professor Kurt Kj�r, Natural History Museum of...
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2015/02/18 23:45
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TRAGEDY. A woman lights candle in front of the Danish embassy to pay tribute following the terrorist attack in Copenhagen, in Paris, France 15 February 2015. Photo by Yoan Valat/EPA COPENHAGEN,...
2015/02/11 11:38
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Conservatives prefer dominant leaders: Study The choice of leaders often depends on the perception of conflict and conservatives typically prefer a more dominant looking leader than liberals,...
2015/02/07 17:31
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Lungfish and salamanders can hear, despite not having an outer ear or tympanic middle ear. These early terrestrial vertebrates were probably also able to hear 300 million years ago, as shown in a new...
2015/02/06 11:50
2015/02/06 11:50
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Fast-moving Dane focuses on putting Volkswagen in the top spot The new managing director of VW Ireland is setting his sights on claiming a leading share of the Irish car market Lars Himmer: “I came...
2015/02/05 03:28
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Universities in the Knowledge EconomyThursday, 5 February 2015, 4:18 pmPress Release: University of Auckland Universities in the Knowledge EconomyThe roles and scope of universities in changing...
2015/01/31 03:38
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Just four bits of credit card data can identify most anyone Published: 31 January 2015 11:06 AM Ninety percent of individuals could be uniquely identified using just four pieces of information, such...
2015/01/29 18:44
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Some years ago research scientists at the University of Oslo in Norway were able to show that the chemical bonding in the magnetic fields of small, compact stars, so-called white dwarf stars, is...
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2015/01/27 22:40
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For millions of years, large parts of the marine biotas of the North Atlantic and North Pacific have been separated by harsh climate conditions in the Arctic. A new study published in Nature Climate...
2015/01/27 22:31
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Brian Galloway for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online Well, our pollutants are hurting their penises, that is. Christian Sonne, professor in Veterinary Ecotoxicology and Wildlife Health at Aarhus...
2015/01/27 17:41
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Perceptions of a decline in multiculturalism as a means of integrating ethnic minorities are unfounded, research led at the University of Strathclyde has found. The study, comparing citizenship...
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