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Daily Mail
To save suicidal teens listen to their voiceTalking about death, the past and using first-person pronouns were also common
To save suicidal teens listen to their voice
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
Talking about death, the past and using first-person pronouns were also common The technique could add to a number of cues doctors and nurses use to try to gauge the risk of suicide, which is the highest cause of death for American... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Former Highway Patrol sergeant calls forthe Highway Patrol worked to cover up the incident afterwards. He said he was t
Former Highway Patrol sergeant calls for
KOMU Columbia / Posted 2 days ago
the Highway Patrol worked to cover up the incident afterwards. He said he was told not to retrieve any emails on his state computer or write a report, even though Piercy called him after the incident. "Most times, police officers would do a report... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Meet The New CEO Of The $22 Billion Genomics Company You've Never Heard Ofblood test to detect early signs of cancer. A noninvasive way to screen pregnan
Meet The New CEO Of The $22 Billion Genomics Company You've Never Heard Of
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
blood test to detect early signs of cancer. A noninvasive way to screen pregnancies for common genetic conditions. An app store for your genetic information. Illumina, a San Diego-based gene-sequencing hardware and software behemoth with a market... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Censored, Surveilled, Watch-Listed, & Jailed: The Absurd Citizenry Of The American Police Statewords, surf the internet, communicate using a cell phone, drive a car, stay at
Censored, Surveilled, Watch-Listed, & Jailed: The Absurd Citizenry Of The American Police State
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
words, surf the internet, communicate using a cell phone, drive a car, stay at a hotel, purchase materials at a hardware store, take flying or boating lessons, appear suspicious, question government authority, or generally live in the United... Read more
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Daily Mail
TX man killed daughter, 2, after she interrupted video games: Policeon her, and began shouting to call 911. Ellie was pronounced dead in hospital
TX man killed daughter, 2, after she interrupted video games: Police
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
on her, and began shouting to call 911. Ellie was pronounced dead in hospital at 10:10pm, but according to an affidavit, doctors found bruising on her body and fact - including bruising around the eyes - blood behind one ear and bite marks that... Read more
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Daily Mail
Quadriplegic Barbie spends £10,000 to look like her idolfront bumper of the car and I flew 23 metres,' she said. The little girl was u
Quadriplegic Barbie spends £10,000 to look like her idol
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
front bumper of the car and I flew 23 metres,' she said. The little girl was unconscious for 12 hours and when she awoke doctors started asking her some questions because they wanted to know if her brain was damaged. Because she had sustained a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Grandfather suffers bizarre allergy to ELECTRICITYhim 'sunburn' every time he watches TV Dan Reddington, 75, says he developed e
Grandfather suffers bizarre allergy to ELECTRICITY
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
him 'sunburn' every time he watches TV Dan Reddington, 75, says he developed electrosensitivity 6 months ago Claims a computer or the central heating also brings him out in a red rash Condition is not officially recognised, so he resorts to... Read more
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The Columbian
Autistic boy can’t speak, but he sure loves his wordsto help their autistic child learn to communicate by whatever means possible —
Autistic boy can’t speak, but he sure loves his words
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
to help their autistic child learn to communicate by whatever means possible — the written word, the robotic voice from a computer, a smattering of sign language. Oh, how they’d wished to trade his usual vocalizations — high-volume hums and... Read more
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Inquirier.net
READ: Complete transcript of final presidential debatesa mga mahirap. Sa bahagi po naman ng edukasyon, sa edukasyon, ah, ang buong Pi
READ: Complete transcript of final presidential debate
Inquirier.net / Posted 4 days ago
sa mga mahirap. Sa bahagi po naman ng edukasyon, sa edukasyon, ah, ang buong Pilipinas po, eh makaranas ng may computer ang lahat ng eskwela, at ang mga pangangailangan ng ating mga bata sa eskwelahan, libreng lahat. Sa bahagi po naman... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Mergers, acquisitions and new contracts across metro Detroitstudents enrolled in the engineering and design class to use woodworking, milli
Mergers, acquisitions and new contracts across metro Detroit
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 5 days ago
students enrolled in the engineering and design class to use woodworking, milling and sheet metal tools, along with a computer numeric control routing table that uses CAD/CAM software, to design and build a product, under the supervision of... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
At times, good news goes badMellon University's 2015 acceptance emails to 800 applicants who had actually b
At times, good news goes bad
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
Mellon University's 2015 acceptance emails to 800 applicants who had actually been rejected for its master's program in computer science (ouch) and Johns Hopkins University's 2014 accidental come-hithers to early-admissions applicants. In 2012,... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Autistic boy can't speak, but he sure loves his wordsto help their autistic child learn to communicate by whatever means possible -
Autistic boy can't speak, but he sure loves his words
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 5 days ago
to help their autistic child learn to communicate by whatever means possible - the written word, the robotic voice from a computer, a smattering of sign language. Oh, how they'd wished to trade his usual vocalizations - high-volume hums and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cheerios accused of milking Prince's death with 'tasteless' tweetyou waste any prayers,' he tells fans. Wednesday, April 20: Prince is seen loo
Cheerios accused of milking Prince's death with 'tasteless' tweet
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
you waste any prayers,' he tells fans. Wednesday, April 20: Prince is seen looking 'frail and nervous' at a Walgreen's store near his estate at around 7pm. It is his fourth visit to the pharmacy this week. Thursday, April 21: Prince is found... Read more
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Zawya
The new face of Qatari startupsQatarNuwaid's Nutrition, our healthy food business; Crunch Studio for group fitness
The new face of Qatari startupsQatar
Zawya / Posted 10 days ago
Nuwaid's Nutrition, our healthy food business; Crunch Studio for group fitness classes; and our online fashion and apparels store that is currently under construction. Your local grocer is now online eGrab is a mobile-first application that will... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Hospitals Should Embrace Electronic Medical Recordsmost hospitals, public and private alike still use paper health records instead
Why Hospitals Should Embrace Electronic Medical Records
AllAfrica.com / Posted 10 days ago
most hospitals, public and private alike still use paper health records instead of Electronic Medical Records (EMR), the computer base system. An EMR is a digital version of the traditional paper-based medical record for an individual. It is... Read more
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Times News
Care anywhereUniversity Health Network has recently started to offer Care Anywhere, which al
Care anywhere
Times News / Posted 13 days ago
University Health Network has recently started to offer Care Anywhere, which allows people to be seen by one of their doctors via computer, Smartphone or tablet any time of day, any day of the week, from anywhere in Pennsylvania. “Smartphones... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Ken Colburn: Which is safer? iPhones or Androids?outside of the U.S. where installing apps from third-parties is much more commo
Ken Colburn: Which is safer? iPhones or Androids?
The Arizona Republic / Posted 14 days ago
outside of the U.S. where installing apps from third-parties is much more common. If you stick to using the associated app store for either platform, your chances of installing a malicious app are minuscule. If we look at the instances of... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Mom critical of inquest report into death of Craig Kucherfacilities asking for them to send a paper medical file. Some medical records
Mom critical of inquest report into death of Craig Kucher
Brandon Sun / Posted 15 days ago
facilities asking for them to send a paper medical file. Some medical records are on paper, while different facilities store digital records in different forms and programs. But Dvorak stopped short of recommending a computer system that would... Read more
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Wired News
Inside Google’s Plan to Make VR Amazing for Absolutely, Positively Everyonewhich became Bavor’s window into an entirely new kind of faux realism. “The fir
Inside Google’s Plan to Make VR Amazing for Absolutely, Positively Everyone
Wired News / Posted 15 days ago
which became Bavor’s window into an entirely new kind of faux realism. “The first time I saw a scanned photograph on a computer,” he says, “I was like,” and here he leans close and whispers excitedly as he always does when he’s recounting some... Read more
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Baseline
The 10 Highest Paying Technology Jobs$115,000. Number of job openings: 1,985. Along with strong business acumen, the
The 10 Highest Paying Technology Jobs
Baseline / Posted 15 days ago
$115,000. Number of job openings: 1,985. Along with strong business acumen, the data scientist requires knowledge about computer science, modeling, statistics, analytics and math. Median base salary: $113,000. Number of job openings: 762. Data... Read more
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New Kerala
Clothes that transmit digital data soon - newkerala.com #49317been able to embroider circuits into fabric with super precision -- a key step
Clothes that transmit digital data soon - newkerala.com #49317
New Kerala / Posted 15 days ago
been able to embroider circuits into fabric with super precision -- a key step toward the design of clothes that gather, store or transmit digital information. "A revolution is happening in the textile industry. We believe that functional... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program heroes honored140 hours at Fellowship of the Brethren Church, Martinsburg, spending many hour
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program heroes honored
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 15 days ago
140 hours at Fellowship of the Brethren Church, Martinsburg, spending many hours helping Berkeley County residents get to doctors' appointments, the pharmacy, the grocery store and to work. Jeffrey Nienstedt, who has volunteered since July 2015,... Read more
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Blogcritics.org
music(peer-to-peer file sharing networks, the former version of Napster), allowing f
music
Blogcritics.org / Posted 18 days ago
(peer-to-peer file sharing networks, the former version of Napster), allowing fans to stream or download onto a computer or portable digital player. The industry was initially surprised at the scope of the downloading craze, and it... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
A Killer High: How Canada got addicted to fentanylgoods such as electronics – and a screen shot of a recent order from Canada, in
A Killer High: How Canada got addicted to fentanyl
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
goods such as electronics – and a screen shot of a recent order from Canada, including a shipping address for a clothing store in British Columbia’s picturesque Okanagan Valley. Alan says he is based in the southern metropolis of Guangzhou, the... Read more
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The New Yorker
Better, Faster, Strongerof shit he was full of. The first time I met Ferriss was in New York, at Fred’
Better, Faster, Stronger
The New Yorker / Posted 25 days ago
of shit he was full of. The first time I met Ferriss was in New York, at Fred’s, a restaurant in the Barneys department store on the Upper East Side. In a time-efficiency technique adapted from “The 4-Hour Workweek,” he had “clustered” two... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Office desk phone dying? Millennials at Chattanooga's startup companies don't have themCEO of ProviderLinc, a startup business with its office at Society of Work that
Office desk phone dying? Millennials at Chattanooga's startup companies don't have them
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 26 days ago
CEO of ProviderLinc, a startup business with its office at Society of Work that offers "turnkey" telemedicine services so doctors and other medical providers can connect to their patients through a smartphone, tablet or computer. Cowan doesn't... Read more
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Arkansas Times
The ballad of Fred and Yokointriguing, even moving. He said that Arnold, who often went by the nickname Bi
The ballad of Fred and Yoko
Arkansas Times / Posted 30 days ago
intriguing, even moving. He said that Arnold, who often went by the nickname Billy, had once owned a set of iconic record stores in Charleston, S.C., where he had also been a radio show host and an active promoter of punk bands in the 1980s. He... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Rwanda Has What It Takes to 'Become Health Tourism Hub'you are targeting within the health sector? Bhalla: There are various programm
Rwanda Has What It Takes to 'Become Health Tourism Hub'
AllAfrica.com / Posted 1 months ago
you are targeting within the health sector? Bhalla: There are various programmes like nursing education, training for the doctors, internships just to provide support for the trainees to learn advanced procedures and treatment options. Whether it... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
40 stories for Addie: The lives she changedMicki watched the doctor examine her daughter’s eyes with a flashlight. Her pup
40 stories for Addie: The lives she changed
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
Micki watched the doctor examine her daughter’s eyes with a flashlight. Her pupils were dilated and still. For six days, doctors worked to save her. Family and friends came and went, unsure of what to do to help. There was nothing anyone could... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Elder care professionals team up to educate communityfor in-home personal elder care services offering the range of help a family me
Elder care professionals team up to educate community
Darien News-Review / Posted 1 months ago
for in-home personal elder care services offering the range of help a family member would provide from rides to the grocery store and doctors’ visits to help on the computer and around the home. But these new clients, many of whom are of the baby... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Elder care professionals team up to educate communityfor in-home personal elder care services offering the range of help a family me
Elder care professionals team up to educate community
Stamford Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
for in-home personal elder care services offering the range of help a family member would provide from rides to the grocery store and doctors’ visits to help on the computer and around the home. But these new clients, many of whom are of the baby... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Elder care professionals team up to educate communityfor in-home personal elder care services offering the range of help a family me
Elder care professionals team up to educate community
Connecticut Post / Posted 1 months ago
for in-home personal elder care services offering the range of help a family member would provide from rides to the grocery store and doctors’ visits to help on the computer and around the home. But these new clients, many of whom are of the baby... Read more
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Daily Mail
Only adults get bad backs? Meet the children crippled by modern life31 million days in lost days at work annually, we don't think of children being
Only adults get bad backs? Meet the children crippled by modern life
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
31 million days in lost days at work annually, we don't think of children being among the afflicted. Yet according to doctors and back specialists, a time bomb is ticking for the spinal health of this generation - and all due to the use of... Read more

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