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Minda News
COMMENTARY: Garbage In, Garbage Out: Misleading Speculations on Pamana’s DemisejaProtected Area Superintendent(PASu) Ruel Colong, whereby he claimed that Philip
COMMENTARY: Garbage In, Garbage Out: Misleading Speculations on Pamana’s Demiseja
Minda News / Posted an hour ago
Protected Area Superintendent(PASu) Ruel Colong, whereby he claimed that Philippine Eagle “Pamana” was released in the wrong place. This is an outright misinformation. We are writing this statement to correct several erroneous data and... Read more
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Reuters
Renowned U.S. drug-rehab program spun out of controlNEW YORK Martin Szczupak had already been in and out of rehab when, for a misde
Renowned U.S. drug-rehab program spun out of control
Reuters / Posted an hour ago
NEW YORK Martin Szczupak had already been in and out of rehab when, for a misdemeanor possession charge, a judge sent the 21-year-old heroin addict to a century-old estate in the wooded hills of upstate New York for another chance to clean up. Belle... Read more
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Business Wire
Campbell Reports Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year ResultsCAMDEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) today reported
Campbell Reports Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year Results
Business Wire / Posted an hour ago
CAMDEN, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Campbell Soup Company (NYSE:CPB) today reported its fourth-quarter and full-year results for fiscal 2015. Note: A detailed reconciliation of the reported financial information to the adjusted financial information is... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
What your sleep says about your healthDo you sleep between seven to nine hours per night? According to the experts th
What your sleep says about your health
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 2 hours ago
Do you sleep between seven to nine hours per night? According to the experts this is the amount needed, on average, to keep our minds alert and our bodies healthy -- but many people aren't getting enough. In the United States, for example, half the... Read more
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Business Standard India
Why India ignores a $16-billion smoking-led health crisisIn January this year, the government asked for public opinion on tougher new la
Why India ignores a $16-billion smoking-led health crisis
Business Standard India / Posted 5 hours ago
In January this year, the government asked for public opinion on tougher new laws to curb smoking: To raise the minimum smoking age to 21 from 18, and to ban the sale of single cigarettes, which account for 70% of nationwide cigarette sales. People... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
NZ Online Retail Sales: Monthly update for July 2015Be good with money Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has been a big part of New Zealan
NZ Online Retail Sales: Monthly update for July 2015
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 6 hours ago
Be good with money Bank of New Zealand (BNZ) has been a big part of New Zealand life for over 150 years since its foundation in 1861. The bank employs over 5,000 people and has more than 170 retail stores and 32 Partners business centres across the... Read more
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Asian journal
Breast milk and microwavein a microwave oven, because it destroys many important natural protective elem
Breast milk and microwave
Asian journal / Posted 6 hours ago
in a microwave oven, because it destroys many important natural protective elements in breast milk that is beneficial to the infant. As a matter of fact, even milk formulas in cans or bottle should never be warmed in a microwave oven. In both... Read more
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The Chronicle
The power of aloneThere are some things I have learned to expect when traveling through European
The power of alone
The Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
There are some things I have learned to expect when traveling through European hostels. The wifi will likely be spotty in the upstairs rooms. One of the hostel bedmates will inevitably snore. A group of rowdy Australians will probably appear in the... Read more
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The Palm Beach Post
Winners announced in annual 9/11 essay writing contestin kindergarten through second grade are invited to Curriculum Night, 5:30 to 7
Winners announced in annual 9/11 essay writing contest
The Palm Beach Post / Posted 8 hours ago
in kindergarten through second grade are invited to Curriculum Night, 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Curriculum Night for grades three to five is 5:30 to 7 p.m. Sept. 16. Call the school at 561-803-7200 for more information. BRIEFLY The Palm... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U: September 2015 EditionYour education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school. We’ve put together a
Plan Your Free Online Education At Lifehacker U: September 2015 Edition
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 8 hours ago
Your education doesn’t have to stop once you leave school. We’ve put together a curriculum of some of the best free online classes available on the web for the latest term of Lifehacker U, our regularly updating guide to improving your life with... Read more
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Western Advocate
Obesity prevention a key priorityPOOR nutrition, a lack of physical activity and subsequently obesity has been i
Obesity prevention a key priority
Western Advocate / Posted 9 hours ago
POOR nutrition, a lack of physical activity and subsequently obesity has been identified as key health issues in the central west. POOR nutrition, a lack of physical activity and subsequently obesity has been identified as key health issues in the... Read more
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FIFA
Kroos: U-17 World Cup motivated me to reach the highest levelAsk the inhabitants of planet football to draw up a list of the top five midfie
Kroos: U-17 World Cup motivated me to reach the highest level
FIFA / Posted 10 hours ago
Ask the inhabitants of planet football to draw up a list of the top five midfielders in the world at the moment, and you can be sure Toni Kroos will feature on it. A champion with Germany at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™, Kroos is a player who... Read more
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Orange County Register
Feels like the first time: Los Alamitos choir takes stage with Foreigner“‘Juke Box Hero’ is going to be the cue song. Walk on stage left, be quick, be
Feels like the first time: Los Alamitos choir takes stage with Foreigner
Orange County Register / Posted 11 hours ago
“‘Juke Box Hero’ is going to be the cue song. Walk on stage left, be quick, be safe. Sing and sway all throughout the song, right, left, right left, no snapping, no clapping, be careful shuffling off. Oh, be alive and smile … you know what they say,... Read more
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WQOW Eau Claire
UW-Eau Claire slowly brings balance to science and liberal artsEau Claire (WQOW) - The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire saw an evolution in
UW-Eau Claire slowly brings balance to science and liberal arts
WQOW Eau Claire / Posted 12 hours ago
Eau Claire (WQOW) - The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire saw an evolution in its education since its foundation in 1916. Next fall, UW-Eau Claire will celebrate its 100th anniversary of providing higher education to eager students. In 1916, it was... Read more
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Independent
One in five students at London South Bank University has their fees paid for by employersIt is a trend that Professor Phoenix, the university's vice-chancellor and inco
One in five students at London South Bank University has their fees paid for by employers
Independent / Posted 13 hours ago
It is a trend that Professor Phoenix, the university's vice-chancellor and incoming chairman of the university think-tank million+, would like to see replicated in more universities throughout the country. “We need more people to be educated to... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
2015 Prep kickoff: State football notes6A Coming off a 9-2 season, BLUE VALLEY (Eastern Kansas) figures to find itsel
2015 Prep kickoff: State football notes
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 14 hours ago
6A Coming off a 9-2 season, BLUE VALLEY (Eastern Kansas) figures to find itself in its customary position of being one of the top challengers in the east bracket with a number of key returners back. Senior back AJ Totta has shown the ability to be... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Higher health care costs on the horizonSo long as health insurance costs increase much faster than wages, the American
Higher health care costs on the horizon
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 15 hours ago
So long as health insurance costs increase much faster than wages, the American economy will have a problem. Initial results from the Affordable Care Act are revealing high requests for premium increases, and now state regulators are approving... Read more
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Entrpreneur
5 Steps to Help You Build Your Entrepreneurial Dream TeamNo true leader is an island. It is rare and practically unheard of for a succes
5 Steps to Help You Build Your Entrepreneurial Dream Team
Entrpreneur / Posted 16 hours ago
No true leader is an island. It is rare and practically unheard of for a successful entrepreneur to survive as a solo operation, even in the age of the Internet. Eventually, and often sooner than later, you will need to call in support to grow your... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Liver cirrhosis and SLA/LP antibodies: High risk factors for autoimmune hepatitisThe prognosis for autoimmune hepatitis becomes worse when it is associated with
Liver cirrhosis and SLA/LP antibodies: High risk factors for autoimmune hepatitis
Bel Marra Health / Posted 16 hours ago
The prognosis for autoimmune hepatitis becomes worse when it is associated with liver cirrhosis and the presence of soluble liver antigen and the liver pancreas antigen (SLA/LP) antibodies. Recent studies done on patients with autoimmune hepatitis... Read more
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Minda News
Philippine Eagle Pamana released in the wrong place – DENRDAVAO CITY (MindaNews/02 September) – Philippine Eagle Pamana would have surviv
Philippine Eagle Pamana released in the wrong place – DENR
Minda News / Posted 22 hours ago
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/02 September) – Philippine Eagle Pamana would have survived if it was released deep in the forest of the 31,000-hectare Mt. Hamiguitan Range in Davao Oriental, an environment official said Wednesday. In a press briefing at the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Eradicating Extreme Poverty By 2030 - Implications for NigeriaThere is an ongoing onslaught, led by the World Bank Group (WBG), to eradicate
Eradicating Extreme Poverty By 2030 - Implications for Nigeria
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 hours ago
There is an ongoing onslaught, led by the World Bank Group (WBG), to eradicate extreme poverty by 2030. From today, it implies our world must begin to witness a steady and continuous decline in the global poverty ratio; consistently over the next... Read more
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PhysOrg
Global team seeks individual X-ray portraits of active viruses, bacteria and cell componentssamples to new limits. Credit: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory A major int
Global team seeks individual X-ray portraits of active viruses, bacteria and cell components
PhysOrg / Posted 23 hours ago
samples to new limits. Credit: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory A major international collaboration launched by the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory is laying the technical groundwork for taking individual,... Read more
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PC Advisor
Intel packs Skylake CPU with innovations as PC industry hopes to rebootas PC industry hopes to rebootSkylake is “the best processor we’ve ever done,”
Intel packs Skylake CPU with innovations as PC industry hopes to reboot
PC Advisor / Posted yesterday
as PC industry hopes to rebootSkylake is “the best processor we’ve ever done,” said Intel's Kirk Skaugen. Move over, Broadwell: this is what the PC industry wants you... Read more
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Daily Mail
Former sex slave fighting to save Nepalese girls by evil traffickers'I was forced to serve 30 men a day, seven days a week': The former sex slave f
Former sex slave fighting to save Nepalese girls by evil traffickers
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
'I was forced to serve 30 men a day, seven days a week': The former sex slave fighting to save underage girls from sex traffickers looking to make their fortune from Nepal's devastation Sunita Duanwar was just 14 when she was trapped in a Mumbai... Read more
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PhysOrg
Team to analyze the risk to Sherpa communities of glacial lake burstingImja Lake in the Himalaya region is a glacier lake that is on the verge of burs
Team to analyze the risk to Sherpa communities of glacial lake bursting
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Imja Lake in the Himalaya region is a glacier lake that is on the verge of bursting, posing a severe threat to settlements below. Arizona State University anthropologist Milan Shrestha will be part of a team studying the lake — both the risk it poses... Read more
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PhysOrg
Research team develops quick way to determine bacteria's antibiotic resistanceStaphylococcus epidermis is increasingly emerging as a cause of multi-resistant
Research team develops quick way to determine bacteria's antibiotic resistance
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Staphylococcus epidermis is increasingly emerging as a cause of multi-resistant hospital-acquired infections. The ability to quickly judge whether a bacteria is resistant to antibiotics could make a major difference in a patient's treatment. Credit:... Read more
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iol.co.za
Microsoft takes on the FedsNew York - Microsoft responded swiftly to a pre- dawn fax from the FBI in Janua
Microsoft takes on the Feds
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
New York - Microsoft responded swiftly to a pre- dawn fax from the FBI in January. The two terrorists who killed a dozen people at the newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris had Microsoft e-mail accounts stored on servers in the US, and 45 minutes later... Read more
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Boise Weekly
Kelci Lynn LucierFor the most of her life, has looked at early fall through the back-to-school
Kelci Lynn Lucier
Boise Weekly / Posted yesterday
For the most of her life, has looked at early fall through the back-to-school lens. The student, educator, education reporter and author is a cofounder of the online College Parent Handbook and, as the college life expert for... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Vitamin D deficiency linked to age related macular degenerationbe trademarked, it would be history’s greatest medical breakthrough. And that’s
Vitamin D deficiency linked to age related macular degeneration
Bel Marra Health / Posted yesterday
be trademarked, it would be history’s greatest medical breakthrough. And that’s because sunlight produces vitamin D in the body. In the summer months, the human body can synthesize vitamin D when just 10 percent of their total body surface is... Read more
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North Devon Gazette & Advertiser
‘Sea’ what’s on in North Devon this week02 September 2015 North Devon events from 3/09/15 to 9/09/15 THURSDAY, SEPTEM
‘Sea’ what’s on in North Devon this week
North Devon Gazette & Advertiser / Posted yesterday
02 September 2015 North Devon events from 3/09/15 to 9/09/15 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 BINGO: Pollyfield Centre, Bideford, 7.30pm, all welcome. TAI CHI: Weekly classes, Qigong & Yang style, the Arts Centre, Bideford Quay, 7-8pm, all welcome,... Read more
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ESPN FC
The Bolivian soap opera of Julio Baldivieso's coaching appointmentBaldivieso's appointment as Bolivia national coach was a drama with many twists
The Bolivian soap opera of Julio Baldivieso's coaching appointment
ESPN FC / Posted yesterday
Baldivieso's appointment as Bolivia national coach was a drama with many twists and turns. Bolivia have hurriedly applied for a U.S. visa for their new coach Julio Cesar Baldivieso -- who, as a talented attacking midfielder, was part of their... Read more
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iol.co.za
New Orleans: Where you can let goNew Orleans - Plenty of American cities pride themselves on their fine food and
New Orleans: Where you can let go
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
New Orleans - Plenty of American cities pride themselves on their fine food and drink. None of them relish where they've been and what they have as much as New Orleans, a city founded by the French, ruled for 40 years by the Spanish — and nearly... Read more
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Mineral Daily News-Tribune
FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT: What should our high school graduates look like? By Shawn DillySuperintendentMineral County SchoolsIn Transforming Our Schools
FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT: What should our high school graduates look like?
Mineral Daily News-Tribune / Posted yesterday
By Shawn DillySuperintendentMineral County SchoolsIn Transforming Our Schools, one of the first things we need to do is define what our high school graduates should look like.... Read more
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IMF
The Future of Asian Finance: Ensuring Stability and Continued ProsperityChristine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund September 2,
The Future of Asian Finance: Ensuring Stability and Continued Prosperity
IMF / Posted yesterday
Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund September 2, 2015, Jakarta, Indonesia As prepared for delivery Introduction Good morning. Selamat Pagi. I... Read more
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The Columbian
Knowing when to stock up is key for keeping on budget with pantry staplesPORTLAND — What’s for dinner tonight? If you’ve got a well-stocked pantry, you’
Knowing when to stock up is key for keeping on budget with pantry staples
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
PORTLAND — What’s for dinner tonight? If you’ve got a well-stocked pantry, you’ve probably got some of the building blocks you need already in your cupboards. Canned beans and diced tomatoes can be the foundation for a delicious weeknight chili. A... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Corbyn : Why it's time to talk about our ageing societyIncreasing the state pension age to 68 does not recognise this reality. It will
Jeremy Corbyn : Why it's time to talk about our ageing society
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Increasing the state pension age to 68 does not recognise this reality. It will mean that those who have worked in well-paid jobs with good pensions will continue to take early retirement, while lower-paid workers with the least savings will have to... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Guest commentary: Golden State is not so golden for its at-risk childrenIs the Golden State "golden" for kids? According to a recent study by the Anni
Guest commentary: Golden State is not so golden for its at-risk children
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
Is the Golden State "golden" for kids? According to a recent study by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, California ranks 38th in the nation when it comes to the well"being of its children. Researchers estimate that 23 percent -- almost one of every... Read more
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TheStreet.com
3 Retailers That Could Be Hurt if Federal Reserve Raises Interest RatesNEW YORK (TheStreet) -- If the Federal Reserve is preparing to gradually raise
3 Retailers That Could Be Hurt if Federal Reserve Raises Interest Rates
TheStreet.com / Posted yesterday
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- If the Federal Reserve is preparing to gradually raise interest rates, several major retailers ought to brace for lower profits. Despite the recent rout in global equity markets, the U.S. central bank appears poised to raise... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Made in the PhilippinesNguyen Huu Duong is the kind of person a country like ours should have. Accordi
Made in the Philippines
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
Nguyen Huu Duong is the kind of person a country like ours should have. According to a Reuters story, this soldier-turned-tycoon is a fierce patriot still fighting to protect his country, four decades after battling American forces in the Vietnam... Read more
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FOX News
Back to School: Let the left-wing indoctrination beginIt’s no secret that our nation’s public universities want to transform American
Back to School: Let the left-wing indoctrination begin
FOX News / Posted yesterday
It’s no secret that our nation’s public universities want to transform American young people into a bunch of hyper-sensitive, intellectually-neutered cream puffs. But now – they’re trying to deconstruct gender identity by parsing pronouns. Across... Read more
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Georgia Public Broadcasting
Sleep More, Sneeze Less: Increased Slumber Helps Prevent ColdsThe viruses that cause the common cold are always lurking. But consider this: E
Sleep More, Sneeze Less: Increased Slumber Helps Prevent Colds
Georgia Public Broadcasting / Posted yesterday
The viruses that cause the common cold are always lurking. But consider this: Even if we touch a doorknob or keyboard that's covered in cold germs from an infected person, we don't always catch the cold. "Sometimes when we're exposed to viruses, we... Read more
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Bel Marra Health
Sleep deprivation: Linked to common cold and weak immune systemThe team involved in the study reports that when exposed to the common cold vir
Sleep deprivation: Linked to common cold and weak immune system
Bel Marra Health / Posted yesterday
The team involved in the study reports that when exposed to the common cold virus, people who get only six hours of sleep a night (or less) have a higher chance of catching a cold than those who get seven or more hours of sleep every... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Edneyville residents make case for underground linesowners opposed to Duke Energy's proposed transmission line project has drafted
Edneyville residents make case for underground lines
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
owners opposed to Duke Energy's proposed transmission line project has drafted a seven-page report in support of burying the lines underground.

Many people attending Duke Energy's information sessions have questioned why the line cannot be... Read more

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Reading Evening Post
Reading cycle helmet charity receives cash gift from the freemasonsThe Cycle-Smart Foundation, based in Milford Road, central Reading, will use th
Reading cycle helmet charity receives cash gift from the freemasons
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
The Cycle-Smart Foundation, based in Milford Road, central Reading, will use the £970 it was given by the Berkshire Masonic Charity to educate local schoolchildren on how to be safer cyclists. Angela Lee, the charity’s founder and chief executive,... Read more
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Georgia Public Broadcasting
Aim For At Least 7 Hours Of Sleep Nightly To Fend Off A ColdThe viruses that cause the common cold are always lurking. But consider this: E
Aim For At Least 7 Hours Of Sleep Nightly To Fend Off A Cold
Georgia Public Broadcasting / Posted yesterday
The viruses that cause the common cold are always lurking. But consider this: Even if we touch a doorknob or keyboard that's covered in cold germs from an infected person, we don't always catch the cold. "Sometimes when we're exposed to viruses, we... Read more
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OJornal News
Massachusetts schools tackle student stressstudent stress In this photo taken on Aug. 19, 2015, Megan O'hearn and her dau
Massachusetts schools tackle student stress
OJornal News / Posted yesterday
student stress In this photo taken on Aug. 19, 2015, Megan O'hearn and her daughter, Hailey, 11, who will be going into the seventh grade talk about the pressure students feel with their schoolwork, in Worcester, Mass. (Christine Hochkeppel... Read more
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Philly.com
Too Little Sleep May Quadruple Your Risk for ColdsAlan Mozes HealthDay Reporter The study doesn't prove that insufficient sleep
Too Little Sleep May Quadruple Your Risk for Colds
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter The study doesn't prove that insufficient sleep actually causes you to catch a cold. But it builds on prior investigations that have linked bad sleep habits to a weakened immune system and a potentially higher risk for... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Oliver Bonas has become the first high street retailer to pay the living wageThe firm, which employs has 43 shops across the UK, will pay all of its 500 sta
Oliver Bonas has become the first high street retailer to pay the living wage
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
The firm, which employs has 43 shops across the UK, will pay all of its 500 staff at least £7.85 per hour. Hundreds of its workers will receive an even bigger boost as the company has 35 stores and its head office in London, where the living wage is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Release of Hillary Clinton emails shows former PM Kevin Rudd expected 'sympathetic call'US State Department releases over 4,000 Hillary Clinton emails; message shows f
Release of Hillary Clinton emails shows former PM Kevin Rudd expected 'sympathetic call'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
US State Department releases over 4,000 Hillary Clinton emails; message shows former PM Kevin Rudd expected 'sympathetic call' Photo: An email reveals former prime minister Kevin Rudd had not heard from then secretary of state Hillary Clinton after... Read more
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Bolton News
Primary school youngsters still outsmarting their peersPRIMARY school youngsters are continuing to outperform their peers — but the re
Primary school youngsters still outsmarting their peers
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
PRIMARY school youngsters are continuing to outperform their peers — but the rest of the country is catching up. Four in five children are leaving primary school in Bolton being able to master the 3Rs. But it is the first time since 2012 the pass... Read more
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