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2014/09/29 23:26
2014/09/29 23:26
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... fairgoers. “I only started going to art fairs two years ago, and only because I was doing research,” he explained, in a droll monotone. His wispy gray hair was swept back from a tanned...
2014/09/29 23:26
2014/09/29 23:26
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2014/09/29 14:38
2014/09/29 14:38
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Recovery After Stroke in Mice and Men" at a Johns Hopkins University seminar on brain science research got off to this start: "If you have a stroke in the United States in 2014, you're better...
2014/09/25 16:59
2014/09/25 16:59
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Tokyo (CNN) -- The slaughter of dolphins has begun again in a small Japanese village, in a controversial annual hunt that pits Western environmentalist values against what locals say are traditional...
2014/09/21 14:51
2014/09/21 14:51
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... job creation, social care and employment rights could be handed to Edinburgh. Tony Dolphin, director at the Institute for Public Policy Research, said: “I don’t see why corporation...
2014/09/19 01:58
2014/09/19 01:58
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Nags Head Mayor Bob Edwards said he’s terrified about what the intense sound waves can do to dolphins and endangered North Atlantic right whales, of which only 500 remain. “I just can’t...
2014/09/18 00:50
2014/09/18 00:50
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... energy over time. A report released by the Australian Conservation Foundation, the Climate Institute and WWF-Australia, based on modelling by Jacobs, shows weakening or axing the RET would...
2014/09/15 12:21
2014/09/15 12:21
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... is the reflex that normally makes the abdominal wall tighten is switched the wrong way.’ Research is ongoing as to why only certain people are affected. Do you suffer from persistent,...
2014/09/15 02:21
2014/09/15 02:21
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British scientists make a life-saving breakthrough in prostate research after discovering the 100th gene for the disease Researchers believe they may be able to tell whether a man’s DNA puts him at...
Read more at Daily Mail, iol.co.za
2014/09/15 00:21
2014/09/15 00:21
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... compared with driving Walking to work reduces stress and improves brain power, researchers say. Adults who swapped the car and started walking or cycling became calmer and found...
2014/09/14 19:21
2014/09/14 19:21
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... Microsoft in 1983, Allen has become a prominent philanthropist, supporting scientific research through the Allen Institute for Brain Science and the Allen Institute for Artificial...
2014/09/14 19:21
2014/09/14 19:21
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Sugar could be worse for your blood pressure than salt, shock new research reveals For years the public have been urged to slash their salt intake It had been thought salt increases the risk of...
Read more at Daily Mail, iol.co.za
2014/09/14 19:21
2014/09/14 19:21
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... lives a year could be saved by using a dialysis-like device to clean up poisoned blood, research suggests. Each year, some 37,000 Britons die of sepsis, after their immune system...
2014/09/12 01:35
2014/09/12 01:35
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... included demolishing some of the original structures. It re-opened in 2006 as Marineland's Dolphin Conservation Center with a fresh look, including a medical lab and eight new dolphin...
2014/09/02 12:33
2014/09/02 12:33
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Once again Taiji’s dolphin hunters are readying their nets and sharpening their steel rods for a season of capturing and killing. Pods of dolphins will be corralled into Japan’s most infamous cove,...
2014/08/30 03:16
2014/08/30 03:16
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A virus killing bottlenose dolphins by the hundreds along the Atlantic seaboard has spread to the Indian River Lagoon, with foreboding consequences for dolphins that spend their lives here. And the...
2014/09/29 23:26
2014/09/29 23:26
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