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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast PennslyvaniaOrchestra Villa Maria II, Scranton — FullCircle Wise Crackers Comedy Club at
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pennslyvania
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 3 hours ago
Orchestra Villa Maria II, Scranton — FullCircle Wise Crackers Comedy Club at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Isaacs and Baker, David James Arlo’s Tavern, Union Dale — Stronger Than Dirt The Olde Brook Inn, Moscow — Jeff Lewis OSE (former... Read more
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21h
Spruce Grove Examiner
Effects of gender and educationthe question people ask most, yes, post-secondary education does pay off,” said
Effects of gender and education
Spruce Grove Examiner / Posted 21 hours ago
the question people ask most, yes, post-secondary education does pay off,” said Rob Roach, director of insight at ATB and author of Perch. “There are no guarantees, but Albertans with a post-secondary credential are more likely to have a job... Read more
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express
Eating milk and cheese 'does NOT increase risk of dying from heart disease and stroke'Eating dairy does not increase your risk of heart disease or stroke, claims res
Eating milk and cheese 'does NOT increase risk of dying from heart disease and stroke'
express / Posted 21 hours ago
Eating dairy does not increase your risk of heart disease or stroke, claims research The study of more than 20,000 people debunks previous research which has suggested dairy produce harms cardiovascular health. For the first time scientists looked... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: Your guide to area entertainment and eventsMohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Far from Fancy Breakers at Mohegan Sun Pocon
TGIF: Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Far from Fancy Breakers at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Drop Dead Sexy Cooper’s Seafood House, Scranton — Fab 3 Elixir Bistro Bar at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Dustin Drevitch Duo Executive Lounge at... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
University announces next Sciences Pro-Vice-Chancellorof its Division of Sciences. Professor Barker holds the Chair in Statistics in
University announces next Sciences Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
of its Division of Sciences. Professor Barker holds the Chair in Statistics in the Division’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics. He will take up the role for an 18-month period after Professor Keith Hunter retires at the end of this... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study finds no link between milk intake and cardiovascular riskResearchers in Valencia participated in an international study that has debunke
Study finds no link between milk intake and cardiovascular risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
Researchers in Valencia participated in an international study that has debunked the association between milk and dairy products and increased cardiovascular risk. Lecturer Óscar Coltell of the Universitat Jaume I de Castellón led the computational... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area entertainment and eventsat Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Karaoke party Chacko’s Memory Lane Lounge
Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Karaoke party Chacko’s Memory Lane Lounge, Wilkes-Barre — Kartune Cooper’s Seafood House, Scranton — EJ the DJ Elixir Bistro Bar at Mohegan Sun Pocono, Plains Twp. — Tiffany and John D Duo Nosh,... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Diabetes and the low-carb debateA few years ago, Dr Richard Kahn, the now-retired chief scientific and medical
Diabetes and the low-carb debate
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 8 days ago
A few years ago, Dr Richard Kahn, the now-retired chief scientific and medical officer of the American Diabetes Association, was tasked with organising a committee to prescribe a diet plan for people with diabetes. He began by looking at the evidence... Read more
9d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Experts see few paths to planet-saving climate goalglobal warming at "well below" two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) com
Experts see few paths to planet-saving climate goal
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 9 days ago
global warming at "well below" two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) compared to pre-Industrial Revolution levels -- and under 1.5 C (2.7 F) if possible. "Currently we only have a few scenarios that get us there, and they are outliers," said... Read more
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The Hindu
Planet-saving climate goal difficult to achieve, say expertsOn current trajectories, the world is set to warm at least 3 C (5.4 F) by the c
Planet-saving climate goal difficult to achieve, say experts
The Hindu / Posted 9 days ago
On current trajectories, the world is set to warm at least 3 C (5.4 F) by the century’s end, a recipe for human misery and species extinction The global target to prevent climate catastrophe, crafted at a landmark summit last year in Paris, will be... Read more
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9d
PhysOrg
Experts see few paths for planet-saving climate goalPeople walk along a dried and cracked river beach of the Yangtze River in China
Experts see few paths for planet-saving climate goal
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
People walk along a dried and cracked river beach of the Yangtze River in China The global target to prevent climate catastrophe, crafted at a landmark summit last year in Paris, will be very difficult if not impossible to hit, said some of world's... Read more
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10d
Canberra Times
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probioticsIn the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a ch
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probiotics
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
In the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a charge. But tastes have changed, and today he's offering something to calm people down: beverages with a shot of live bacterial organisms that he says help soothe stressed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probioticsIn the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a ch
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probiotics
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
In the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a charge. But tastes have changed, and today he's offering something to calm people down: beverages with a shot of live bacterial organisms that he says help soothe stressed... Read more
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The Age
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probioticsIn the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a ch
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probiotics
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
In the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a charge. But tastes have changed, and today he's offering something to calm people down: beverages with a shot of live bacterial organisms that he says help soothe stressed... Read more
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10d
Sydney Morning Herald
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probioticsIn the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a ch
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probiotics
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
In the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a charge. But tastes have changed, and today he's offering something to calm people down: beverages with a shot of live bacterial organisms that he says help soothe stressed... Read more
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10d
WA Today
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probioticsIn the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a ch
It's not easy to weigh the pros and cons of probiotics
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
In the 1980s, CJ Rapp created super-caffeinated Jolt Cola to give the body a charge. But tastes have changed, and today he's offering something to calm people down: beverages with a shot of live bacterial organisms that he says help soothe stressed... Read more
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13d
Medical News Today
Can omega-3, omega-6 fatty acids improve reading skills?the solution could lie in fatty acid supplementation. So concludes a new study
Can omega-3, omega-6 fatty acids improve reading skills?
Medical News Today / Posted 13 days ago
the solution could lie in fatty acid supplementation. So concludes a new study from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden and published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. The new study suggests taking a supplement with omega-3/6... Read more
13d
The Hindu
The low-carb debateThere are no large and rigorous studies showing that low carbohydrate diets off
The low-carb debate
The Hindu / Posted 13 days ago
There are no large and rigorous studies showing that low carbohydrate diets offer an advantage A few years ago, Dr. Richard Kahn, the now-retired chief scientific and medical officer of the American Diabetes Association, was charged with organising... Read more
14d
The Border Mail
The student exodus. Why are so many families moving schools?Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Att
The student exodus. Why are so many families moving schools?
The Border Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Dissatisfied families are redefining education in Victoria, with almost one in two students... Read more
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The Courier
The student exodus. Why are so many families moving schools?Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Att
The student exodus. Why are so many families moving schools?
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Dissatisfied families are redefining education in Victoria, with almost one in two students... Read more
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The Age
The student exodus. Why are so many families moving schools?Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Dis
The student exodus. Why are so many families moving schools?
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Attending one primary and secondary school has become a thing of the past. Dissatisfied families are redefining education in Victoria, with almost one in two students changing primary or secondary schools at least once. Marine Chu, who moved to... Read more
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16d
News-Medical-Net
Certain fatty acids may increase diabetes risk in women, study findsfor the Study of Diabetes (EASD) meeting which took place in Munich, Germany, 1
Certain fatty acids may increase diabetes risk in women, study finds
News-Medical-Net / Posted 16 days ago
for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) meeting which took place in Munich, Germany, 12-16 September. Authors Guy Fagherazzi and Courtney Dow, INSERM Centre for Research in Epidemiology and Population Health (CESP) and University Paris-Saclay,... Read more
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18d
AllAfrica.com
Training Agricultural Researchers to Be More Gender-ResponsiveThe issue of gender sensitivity will top the agenda as 16 trainers and 11 teams
Training Agricultural Researchers to Be More Gender-Responsive
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
The issue of gender sensitivity will top the agenda as 16 trainers and 11 teams of 33 researchers from four continents will participate in a training on "Gender Responsive Root, Tuber, and Banana Breeding," from 12-21 September in Kampala,... Read more
18d
AllAfrica.com
Weather Forecast for Southern Africa Predicts Good Rainfall This Seasonmost of the region is expected to receive a high amount of rain, characterised
Weather Forecast for Southern Africa Predicts Good Rainfall This Season
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
most of the region is expected to receive a high amount of rain, characterised as “normal to above normal” rainfall, and this is expected to continue in most parts of the region in January to March 2017, according to a statement by the 20th... Read more
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New Kerala
Chhattisgarh:Bastar Division: Final Maoist Bastion - newkerala.com #117739took place this afternoon near Telmendri village under Farsegarh PS limits betw
Chhattisgarh:Bastar Division: Final Maoist Bastion - newkerala.com #117739
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
took place this afternoon near Telmendri village under Farsegarh PS limits between a joint team of Police personnel and the ultras." The day before, one Maoist cadre was killed in an exchange of fire with Security Forces (SFs) in the forests... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Disturbing Signs Of Global Conflict Continue To Gather Paceof conflict. We all know that the current wars raging in the Middle East have t
The Disturbing Signs Of Global Conflict Continue To Gather Pace
Zero Hedge / Posted 20 days ago
of conflict. We all know that the current wars raging in the Middle East have the potential to go catastrophically wrong and pull the super-powers into something much bigger. You also know things are not good when the so-called ‘conspiracy... Read more
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PhysOrg
Uganda project puts focus on gender equality in agricultureMargaret Mangheni, left, of Makerere University in Uganda and Hale Tufan, Corne
Uganda project puts focus on gender equality in agriculture
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
Margaret Mangheni, left, of Makerere University in Uganda and Hale Tufan, Cornell adjunct professor, will lead a training course on “Gender Responsive Root, Tuber, and Banana Breeding,” September 12-21, in Kampala, Uganda. Credit: Cornell University... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Presidency On G20 Leaders' Communique2016. 2. We met at a time when the global economic recovery is progressing, re
Presidency On G20 Leaders' Communique
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
2016. 2. We met at a time when the global economic recovery is progressing, resilience is improved in some economies and new sources for growth are emerging. But growth is still weaker than desirable. Downside risks remain due to potential... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bill Shorten's former policy director set to lead Academy of Science in CanberraAcademy of Science as its new chief executive in October. A former general man
Bill Shorten's former policy director set to lead Academy of Science in Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted 24 days ago
Academy of Science as its new chief executive in October. A former general manager of Canberra's science tourism landmark Questacon, Ms Arabia, a qualified neuroscientist and former chief executive of Science and Technology Australia, also... Read more
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PhysOrg
European earthworms decrease species diversity in North Americaearthworms are responsible for the decline in species diversity in North Americ
European earthworms decrease species diversity in North America
PhysOrg / Posted 25 days ago
earthworms are responsible for the decline in species diversity in North American Forests. Scientists from the German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv) and the Leipzig University, together with colleagues from the United... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Learning to live with itNice, heavily armed soldiers have patrolled the beaches. In late July fanatical
Learning to live with it
Namibia Economist / Posted 29 days ago
Nice, heavily armed soldiers have patrolled the beaches. In late July fanatical Muslims murdered a Catholic priest in Normandy. France remains in a state of emergency after gunmen affiliated to Islamic State (IS) killed 130 people in Paris last... Read more

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