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AllAfrica.com
How Can We Liberians Achieve Our Own 'Great Leap Forward'?deeds or actions, as your discharge public or private duties. See yourself as a
How Can We Liberians Achieve Our Own 'Great Leap Forward'?
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
deeds or actions, as your discharge public or private duties. See yourself as a Liberian first before any ethnic, tribal affinity, political party membership or religious affiliation. Avoid Disunity: Avoid acts that breed disunity in a country.... Read more
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PhysOrg
New process halves the steps required to synthesize (+)-ryanodolthe human body—one of those involves signaling between cells, which is, of cour
New process halves the steps required to synthesize (+)-ryanodol
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
the human body—one of those involves signaling between cells, which is, of course, absolutely necessary for continued good health. Prior research has shown that molecules called ryanodol and a close cousin ryanodine are heavily involved in cell... Read more
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Variety
Michelle Obama Interview: How FLOTUS Used Pop Culture Stardom to Make an Impacton the public consciousness — in her case to build awareness of her signature p
Michelle Obama Interview: How FLOTUS Used Pop Culture Stardom to Make an Impact
Variety / Posted 5 days ago
on the public consciousness — in her case to build awareness of her signature policy initiatives, specifically ones tied to healthy eating and exercise, girls’ education, support for military families, and college advancement. She’s not the first... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes - Aug. 21this fall, the e-book will showcase the successes of these winning organization
Business Notes - Aug. 21
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 8 days ago
this fall, the e-book will showcase the successes of these winning organizations. Applications open through Aug. 31 for Affinity Plus Foundation Cultivator Grant The Affinity Plus Foundation is accepting applications for 15 $1,000 Cultivator... Read more
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PhysOrg
Professors see a positive relationship between gaming and human behaviorsteps. Whichever your motivation or association, you, according to UNM professo
Professors see a positive relationship between gaming and human behavior
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
steps. Whichever your motivation or association, you, according to UNM professors are satisfying innate desires and gaining health benefits through the gamification of products and services. Making a game out of purchasing a product isn't a new... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Mark McHardy wins Cooperative Leader of the Year Awardof Farmlands Fuel have been based in strong co-operative principles such as lev
Mark McHardy wins Cooperative Leader of the Year Award
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
of Farmlands Fuel have been based in strong co-operative principles such as leveraging the collective buying power of the group, displaying a strong vision and determination in ensuring full health and safety compliance, implementing systems and... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Cotter Corp. experiments with how to potentially clean up groundwatertheir sludge to reduce volume. "I know from my past life cleaning up radioacti
Cotter Corp. experiments with how to potentially clean up groundwater
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
their sludge to reduce volume. "I know from my past life cleaning up radioactive waste sites that the ash has a high affinity for metals," Cohen said. "So I want to get a sample. We're going to come up with some concoction. We're going to do... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Tanzanian rats with nose for trouble are helping save lives in Africastill maim and kill up to 20,000 people -- many of them children -- each year.
Tanzanian rats with nose for trouble are helping save lives in Africa
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
still maim and kill up to 20,000 people -- many of them children -- each year. Eyebrows were also raised when the group -- whose acronym stands for Anti-Personnel Landmines Detection Product Development -- branched out in 2007 to use rats... Read more
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Lowell Sun
Mass. health-care providers step up Zika screenings, education LOWELL -- While not among the nation's high-risk areas, Massachusetts has bee
Mass. health-care providers step up Zika screenings, education
Lowell Sun / Posted 16 days ago
LOWELL -- While not among the nation's high-risk areas, Massachusetts has been taking preventative measures to stop the spread of the Zika virus. Health Quarters, a group of sexual- and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tanzanian rats with nose for trouble train to save livesexplosives still maim and kill up to 20,000 people—many of them children—each y
Tanzanian rats with nose for trouble train to save lives
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
explosives still maim and kill up to 20,000 people—many of them children—each year. Eyebrows were also raised when the group—whose acronym stands for Anti-Personnel Landmines Detection Product Development—branched out in 2007 to use rats for TB... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Tanzanian rats with nose for trouble train to save livesstill maim and kill up to 20,000 people -- many of them children -- each year.
Tanzanian rats with nose for trouble train to save lives
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 16 days ago
still maim and kill up to 20,000 people -- many of them children -- each year. Eyebrows were also raised when the group -- whose acronym stands for Anti-Personnel Landmines Detection Product Development -- branched out in 2007 to use rats... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Transfer students make up majority of UCF's incoming classPyper Anderson spent many long nights at a 24/7 IHOP, finishing her homework.
Transfer students make up majority of UCF's incoming class
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
Pyper Anderson spent many long nights at a 24/7 IHOP, finishing her homework. Her 2-year-old son had an affinity for pancakes, which was a perfect distraction so Anderson could log onto the wireless Internet for her studies. "I was kind of sick of... Read more
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The Daily Record
Aileen McShea Tinney | Keswick Community HealthAileen McShea Tinney is the new executive director of Keswick Community Health,
Aileen McShea Tinney | Keswick Community Health
The Daily Record / Posted 19 days ago
Aileen McShea Tinney is the new executive director of Keswick Community Health, a not-for-profit division of Keswick designed to deepen the organization’s mission impact in reaching older adults living in the community. In this role, Tinney will... Read more
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DW
German ex-pat politician in Britain says why she supported Brexit campaign |was the reaction of friends and colleagues in the Labour Party to your stance o
German ex-pat politician in Britain says why she supported Brexit campaign |
DW / Posted 20 days ago
was the reaction of friends and colleagues in the Labour Party to your stance on Brexit? There had always been a small group of us who had a different view from the mainstream. What I found surprising was - not their reaction to me - because in... Read more
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Boston Globe
James Cassettathe deaf or hard of hearing; and support for families and caregivers. Cassetta,
James Cassetta
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
the deaf or hard of hearing; and support for families and caregivers. Cassetta, 66, spoke about his career in behavioral health and his ongoing mission to help create more job opportunities for people with disabilities. 1Cassetta was born and... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
New York Obamacare insurers ask for big rate hikesrising costs, and in some cases, gargantuan losses. Insurers selling plans to
New York Obamacare insurers ask for big rate hikes
Crain's New York Business / Posted 22 days ago
rising costs, and in some cases, gargantuan losses. Insurers selling plans to individuals on the New York State of Health marketplace requested an average increase of around 17% and those selling small-group plans asked for an average rate... Read more
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Pittsburgh Pirates
Pirates homestand highlights Friday, August 5 - Thursday, August 11will have representatives on Federal Street during the Block Party to distribut
Pirates homestand highlights Friday, August 5 - Thursday, August 11
Pittsburgh Pirates / Posted 22 days ago
will have representatives on Federal Street during the Block Party to distribute information. They include Allegheny Health Network, Be the Match, Butterfly Bandits, Casting for Recovery, CCChampions, Lending Hearts, Leukemia & Lymphoma... Read more
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Vail Daily
Off the Hill with Tricia Swenson: Celebrate the Beat honors local kidsthose smiles. Tracy Straus and her team work countless hours for many weeks to
Off the Hill with Tricia Swenson: Celebrate the Beat honors local kids
Vail Daily / Posted 23 days ago
those smiles. Tracy Straus and her team work countless hours for many weeks to get the kids ready for the big show. This group has traditionally been the opening act in the Vail International Evenings of Dance I, and they have the privilege of... Read more
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The New Yorker
An Isolated Tribe Emerges from the Rain Forestthe attention subsided, and life in the Amazonian backwater returned to its usu
An Isolated Tribe Emerges from the Rain Forest
The New Yorker / Posted 26 days ago
the attention subsided, and life in the Amazonian backwater returned to its usual obscurity. In the following years, small groups of Mashco began to venture out of the forest, making fleeting appearances to travellers on the Madre de Dios River. A... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Verizon's acquisition could have positive impact for Yahoo usersGmail. It’s even more popular in Europe and Latin America. Because of that, it
Verizon's acquisition could have positive impact for Yahoo users
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 28 days ago
Gmail. It’s even more popular in Europe and Latin America. Because of that, it makes sense for Verizon to keep that brand affinity intact, eMarketer analyst Paul Verna said. Look to what Verizon did with AOL as guidance. People with AOL addresses... Read more

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