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York Daily Record
Sisters diagnosed with breast cancer weeks apartincluding breast cancer. The siblings found out they had cancer two weeks apar
Sisters diagnosed with breast cancer weeks apart
York Daily Record / Posted 10 minutes ago
including breast cancer. The siblings found out they had cancer two weeks apart, AP reports. They both have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. Lindsay Page, Sharee and Annette's... Read more
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Sun Star
Literatus: What transgender surgery cannot changeFar from the fact. Readers who have taken adequate studies in human physiology
Literatus: What transgender surgery cannot change
Sun Star / Posted 14 minutes ago
Far from the fact. Readers who have taken adequate studies in human physiology are familiar with the basic (that is, genetic) differences. I am referring to their chromosomes, which are the basic genetic structure of the body. Each chromosome... Read more
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Observer
Harrison Councilman Victor Villalta dead at 67worked for Keystone Automotive Industries for 33 years, holding several positio
Harrison Councilman Victor Villalta dead at 67
Observer / Posted 48 minutes ago
worked for Keystone Automotive Industries for 33 years, holding several positions from driver to working his way up to general manager. He also worked for the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission for 10 years, retiring in 2014. Service to... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
U.S. officials confirm superbug resistant to all antibioticsproved successful in treating the infection. However, subsequent testing reveal
U.S. officials confirm superbug resistant to all antibiotics
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 51 minutes ago
proved successful in treating the infection. However, subsequent testing revealed that the particular E. coli was genetically resistant to the drug colistin. Colistin, an older antibiotic, fell out of favor in the 1970s because of nasty... Read more
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The Border Mail
New Canberra gene technology gets $7 million budget boostkey to finding a cure for any illness? It may sound like the stuff of science
New Canberra gene technology gets $7 million budget boost
The Border Mail / Posted 56 minutes ago
key to finding a cure for any illness? It may sound like the stuff of science fiction, but Canberrans could soon see their genes used to tailor personalised treatments for a range of diseases. The ACT government will spend $7.3 million on new gene... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Plans for Cincinnati Zoo gorilla exhibit expansion will move aheaand Maynard said reproductive biologists had collected viable sperm from Haramb
Plans for Cincinnati Zoo gorilla exhibit expansion will move ahea
Springfield News-Sun / Posted an hour ago
and Maynard said reproductive biologists had collected viable sperm from Harambe to help his endangered species in its genetic diversity. “It’s not the end of his gene pool,” he said. “In addition, he and his lineage are part of an ongoing... Read more
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ESPN
Sid and the kids led way for Pensup 2-0 midway through the first period. His goal followed an opening tally by f
Sid and the kids led way for Pens
ESPN / Posted an hour ago
up 2-0 midway through the first period. His goal followed an opening tally by fellow first-year player Bryan Rust. AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar Pittsburgh opened the scoring with goals by two rookies, Rust and Conor Sheary. It was only the second time... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Gene and Alice Burga of Salesville celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Published: May 31, 2016 11:00 AM Gene and Alice Burga of Salesville will be c
Gene and Alice Burga of Salesville celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted an hour ago
Published: May 31, 2016 11:00 AM Gene and Alice Burga of Salesville will be celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary on June 3, 2016. On June 3, 1956, Alice Mae... Read more
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Daily Record
Tragic gorilla Harambe will live on through his childrenZOO experts in Ohio have revealed the gene pool of killed gorilla Harambe will
Tragic gorilla Harambe will live on through his children
Daily Record / Posted an hour ago
ZOO experts in Ohio have revealed the gene pool of killed gorilla Harambe will definitely continue. In the wake of events that saw the 17-year-old Silverback gorilla shot dead after a young boy fell into his enclosure, the zoo has confirmed his... Read more
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Your Hometown Lima Stations
U.S. officials confirm superbug resistant to all antibioticsproved successful in treating the infection. However, subsequent testing reveal
U.S. officials confirm superbug resistant to all antibiotics
Your Hometown Lima Stations / Posted an hour ago
proved successful in treating the infection. However, subsequent testing revealed that the particular E. coli was genetically resistant to the drug colistin. Colistin, an older antibiotic, fell out of favor in the 1970s because of nasty... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Plans for Cincinnati Zoo gorilla exhibit expansion will move aheaand Maynard said reproductive biologists had collected viable sperm from Haramb
Plans for Cincinnati Zoo gorilla exhibit expansion will move ahea
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted an hour ago
and Maynard said reproductive biologists had collected viable sperm from Harambe to help his endangered species in its genetic diversity. “It’s not the end of his gene pool,” he said. “In addition, he and his lineage are part of an ongoing... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Slain gorilla Harambe may still bear offspringthrough science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body,
Slain gorilla Harambe may still bear offspring
WKYC Cleveland / Posted an hour ago
through science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body, still at the zoo, may help scientists solve genetic problems facing his species. “There’s a future," Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden director Thane Maynard said... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas lawmakers to return for final day: What to watch forthat would make it easier for taxpayers to appeal rulings by the Board of Tax A
Kansas lawmakers to return for final day: What to watch for
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted an hour ago
that would make it easier for taxpayers to appeal rulings by the Board of Tax Appeals. The bill is seen as helping Gene Bicknell, who has been engaged in a rolling battle with the state since it audited the taxes he paid from 2005 to 2008... Read more
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express
SUPER NIT INVASION: Warning over mutant head lice that are IMMUNE to lotionsIllinois University, warned: "What we found was that 104 out of the 109 lice po
SUPER NIT INVASION: Warning over mutant head lice that are IMMUNE to lotions
express / Posted an hour ago
Illinois University, warned: "What we found was that 104 out of the 109 lice populations we tested had high levels of gene mutations, which have been linked to resistance to pyrethroids." Pyrethroids are used widely indoors and outdoors to... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
How to protect your skin this summerand skin inflammation," says Moy. "UVA rays play a major role in skin aging and
How to protect your skin this summer
Sun-Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
and skin inflammation," says Moy. "UVA rays play a major role in skin aging and wrinkling. Both UVB and UVA rays can cause gene mutations and skin cancer." 5. RETHINK SPRAYS & TOWELETTES "Sprays and towelettes may not give uniform adequate... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Science offers 'future' out of Harambe's remainsthrough science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body,
Science offers 'future' out of Harambe's remains
KING5 Seattle / Posted an hour ago
through science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body, still at the zoo, may help scientists solve genetic problems facing his species. “There’s a future," Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden director Thane Maynard said... Read more
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The Gilmer Mirror
Dr. Gene Russell calls for developing spiritual fortitude in new book - ‘The Silence of God: Sock It to Me!’ encourages believers to face challenges see them as tests of faith to be passed NACOGDOCHES Texas – In “The Silence of God: Sock It to Me!...says. Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 166 pages | ISBN 9781514480656 Softcover | 6 x 9
Dr. Gene Russell calls for developing spiritual fortitude in new book - ‘The Silence of God: Sock It to Me!’ encourages believers to face challenges see them as tests of faith to be passed NACOGDOCHES Texas – In “The Silence of God: Sock It to Me!...
The Gilmer Mirror / Posted an hour ago
says. Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 166 pages | ISBN 9781514480656 Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 166 pages | ISBN 9781514480649 Dr. Gene Russell has degrees from Baylor University (BA), Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MDiv) and Luther Rice... Read more
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The Verge
The Game of Game of Thrones: you gotta (pretend to) have faithIn the Game of Game of Thrones, millennials are proud to be total sellouts. Whi
The Game of Game of Thrones: you gotta (pretend to) have faith
The Verge / Posted an hour ago
In the Game of Game of Thrones, millennials are proud to be total sellouts. While the previous generation would gladly fall on their own swords to stand up for what they believe in (mainly the honor of noble houses), the young people of the realm,... Read more
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metro
Cincinnati Zoo reveals sperm was removed from Harambe the gorilladeath may take comfort in the zoo’s admission that sperm from Harambe had been
Cincinnati Zoo reveals sperm was removed from Harambe the gorilla
metro / Posted an hour ago
death may take comfort in the zoo’s admission that sperm from Harambe had been frozen after his death, which means his ‘gene pool’ will likely continue.Michelle Gregg and Deonne Dickerson, the boy’s parents, have been criticised for alleged... Read more
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WFLX FOX 29
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together
WFLX FOX 29 / Posted an hour ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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Daily Mail
Gwen Stefani wears a corset and kinky boots during Misery videoof three appears to be playing the part of a receptionist. Next she is in a pl
Gwen Stefani wears a corset and kinky boots during Misery video
Daily Mail / Posted an hour ago
of three appears to be playing the part of a receptionist. Next she is in a platinum wig with a silk dress, looking very Gene Harlow. Hola: In another set up Stefani has red fake flowers on her head, giving her a Spanish look Toned: Here the... Read more
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Scotsman
Pharma business seeking £10m for cancer treatmentBorders pharmaceutical company is looking to raise up to £10 million this year
Pharma business seeking £10m for cancer treatment
Scotsman / Posted 2 hours ago
Borders pharmaceutical company is looking to raise up to £10 million this year to fund clinical trials of its cancer gene therapy product, which it says can make chemotherapy much more efficient. The target has been set out by Ryboquin,... Read more
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Newsmax
Sisters Diagnosed Weeks Apart Fight Breast Cancer Together"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Sisters Diagnosed Weeks Apart Fight Breast Cancer Together
Newsmax / Posted 2 hours ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together
Lake Placid News / Posted 2 hours ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Slain gorilla Harambe may still bear offspringthrough science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body,
Slain gorilla Harambe may still bear offspring
Detroit Free Press / Posted 2 hours ago
through science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body, still at the zoo, may help scientists solve genetic problems facing his species. “There’s a future," Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden director Thane Maynard said... Read more
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MLive.com
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer togetheris extremely rare for two siblings to be diagnosed with the disease within week
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together
MLive.com / Posted 2 hours ago
is extremely rare for two siblings to be diagnosed with the disease within weeks of each other. The sisters have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. Cohen says the gene increases the... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
Researchers at UO attempt to identify genes that cause heart disease University of Oregon researchers are performing studies that aim to find out
Researchers at UO attempt to identify genes that cause heart disease
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted 2 hours ago
University of Oregon researchers are performing studies that aim to find out which genes cause congenital heart defects. On March 15, the UO team of researchers published a paper... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Penguins' Bryan Rust leaves Game 1 against Sharks after hit to headJones (31) during the first period in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final series Mo
Penguins' Bryan Rust leaves Game 1 against Sharks after hit to head
Brandon Sun / Posted 3 hours ago
Jones (31) during the first period in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final series Monday, May 30, 2016, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) PITTSBURGH, Pa. - Pittsburgh Penguins forward Bryan Rust left Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final against the... Read more
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New York Post
Sisters diagnosed with breast cancer two weeks apart“Page Sisters,” as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Sisters diagnosed with breast cancer two weeks apart
New York Post / Posted 3 hours ago
“Page Sisters,” as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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ABC News
Sisters Diagnosed Weeks Apart Fight Breast Cancer Together"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Sisters Diagnosed Weeks Apart Fight Breast Cancer Together
ABC News / Posted 3 hours ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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Raw Story
Hybrid species are invading the world – with our helpplaces, it has become a noxious invasive plant. Hybrids can also damage local
Hybrid species are invading the world – with our help
Raw Story / Posted 3 hours ago
places, it has become a noxious invasive plant. Hybrids can also damage local plants by serving as bridges to exchange genes between native and non-native species. The influx of foreign genes can lead to a sort of genetic “melting pot” where... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Effects of maternal smoking continue long after birthcontinue long after birth, according to a new study which found that early expo
Effects of maternal smoking continue long after birth
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
continue long after birth, according to a new study which found that early exposure to nicotine can trigger widespread genetic changes that affect formation of connections between brain cells. The finding helps explain why maternal smoking has... Read more
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FOX News
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer together
FOX News / Posted 3 hours ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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This is West Country
DNA evidence sought for Exmoor poniesof conservation organisations and scientists from Nottingham University as a pr
DNA evidence sought for Exmoor ponies
This is West Country / Posted 3 hours ago
of conservation organisations and scientists from Nottingham University as a project to understand more about the ponies' gene pool gets underway. Exmoor National Park will be working with the on the task with the Exmoor Pony Society, the... Read more
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Daily Mail
An end to flight delays in high winds? Technology cuts hold ups by 60%mean reduced delays for the 60 million passengers that pass through the three a
An end to flight delays in high winds? Technology cuts hold ups by 60%
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
mean reduced delays for the 60 million passengers that pass through the three airports each year. RELATED ARTICLES First gene therapy for children is approved in Europe:...How climate change is making crops POISONOUS: Extreme...'Father of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
First gene therapy for children is approved in Europe: Radical treatment for rare 'bubble boy' disorder has a 100% survival rate Th
First gene therapy for children is approved in Europe
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
: Radical treatment for rare 'bubble boy' disorder has a 100% survival rate The European Commission has given approval for a landmark treatment GSK's Strimvelis is for children with severe... Read more
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Daily Mail
SpaceX will offer a postal service to the red planet in 2018prices are listed on the company website as part of a 'standard payment plan'.
SpaceX will offer a postal service to the red planet in 2018
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
prices are listed on the company website as part of a 'standard payment plan'. RELATED ARTICLES World's first gene therapy treatment for children gets...Extreme weather could be increasing the level of toxins in...'Father of the iPod'... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cincinnati zoo reveal sperm was removed from Harambe after he was shottaken from Harambe after he was shot dead on Saturday Zoo insisted 'there is a
Cincinnati zoo reveal sperm was removed from Harambe after he was shot
Daily Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
taken from Harambe after he was shot dead on Saturday Zoo insisted 'there is a future' for him as 'it's not the end of his gene pool' There are now fewer than 175,000 Western Iowland gorillas in the wild Incident has sparked backlash around the... Read more
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Al.com
How the discrimination of Alabama football star O.J. Howard changed a schoolroads, they're not measured in distance by the people who drive them every day.
How the discrimination of Alabama football star O.J. Howard changed a school
Al.com / Posted 4 hours ago
roads, they're not measured in distance by the people who drive them every day. They're measured in time. The Dollar General isn't five miles away. It's five minutes up the road and then right on Autauga County Road 47. International Paper,... Read more
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11 News Houston
Science offers 'future' out of Harambe's remainsthrough science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body,
Science offers 'future' out of Harambe's remains
11 News Houston / Posted 4 hours ago
through science, part of Harambe may live on in future offspring. And his body, still at the zoo, may help scientists solve genetic problems facing his species. “There’s a future," Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden director Thane Maynard said... Read more
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express
Babies 'more at risk of ADHD' if their mother smoked while pregnantrisk of long-term behavioural problems, a new study claims. Exposure to nicoti
Babies 'more at risk of ADHD' if their mother smoked while pregnant
express / Posted 4 hours ago
risk of long-term behavioural problems, a new study claims. Exposure to nicotine while in the womb can trigger widespread generic changes Exposure to nicotine while in the womb can trigger widespread genetic changes that affect brain cell... Read more
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Psych Central
Mouse Study: How Maternal Smoking May Be Linked to ADHDNew evidence shows that early maternal exposure to nicotine can result in genet
Mouse Study: How Maternal Smoking May Be Linked to ADHD
Psych Central / Posted 4 hours ago
New evidence shows that early maternal exposure to nicotine can result in genetic changes that continue to affect the baby’s brain cells well into childhood, according to a new mouse study at Yale University. The findings show why early exposure to... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Billions of SUPER NITS resistant to head lice shampoo invade BritainIllinois University, warned: “What we found was that 104 out of the 109 lice po
Billions of SUPER NITS resistant to head lice shampoo invade Britain
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
Illinois University, warned: “What we found was that 104 out of the 109 lice populations we tested had high levels of gene mutations, which have been linked to resistance to pyrethroids." Pyrethroids are used widely indoors and outdoors to... Read more
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Live 5 News Charleston
SC Families, vets, emphasize "memorial" in "Memorial Day"Lexington County Vietnam War veteran Gene Wilbur can’t recall the name of the P
SC Families, vets, emphasize "memorial" in "Memorial Day"
Live 5 News Charleston / Posted 5 hours ago
Lexington County Vietnam War veteran Gene Wilbur can’t recall the name of the PFC with whom he was planning to share a ride home “but I’ll never forget his face, never,” Wilbur exclaimed. Wilbur had been delighted to discover that his friend came... Read more
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The Financial Express
How the body turns a toxin into nutrientnitric oxide, a signaling molecule, rapidly released heme from entangling prote
How the body turns a toxin into nutrient
The Financial Express / Posted 5 hours ago
nitric oxide, a signaling molecule, rapidly released heme from entangling proteins, so it could do jobs such as regulating gene expression. “Ratiometric fluorescent techniques have been around for a while, but our technique is new, because it... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
Clark County crime bust turns into donations to charitiesto worry about getting around,” said Bonita Mills as she was handed $2,000 in S
Clark County crime bust turns into donations to charities
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
to worry about getting around,” said Bonita Mills as she was handed $2,000 in Speedway gift cards Tuesday morning. Sheriff Gene Kelly presented Mills, who runs Family Needs Community Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry, 36 E.Grand Ave., with the gas cards... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Are There Some Vegetables You Can't Stand? It May Be GeneticOr why Brussels sprouts are delectable to some and disgusting to others? Part o
Are There Some Vegetables You Can't Stand? It May Be Genetic
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
Or why Brussels sprouts are delectable to some and disgusting to others? Part of that difference of opinion may lay in our genes. Is food preference genetic? To some extent. There is still a lot about human perceptions of taste that we don’t know... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Are Ontario's roads getting worse?wondering: Are roads getting worse every year? It seems like there are a lot mo
Are Ontario's roads getting worse?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 6 hours ago
wondering: Are roads getting worse every year? It seems like there are a lot more lousy roads than there used to be. – Gene, Toronto Thanks to recycled engine oil, shingles and even ground-up old pavement getting added to the pavement mix,... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Together, sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Together, sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 6 hours ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Together, sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon afte
Together, sisters diagnosed weeks apart fight breast cancer
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 6 hours ago
"Page Sisters," as some of their friends like to call them, found out soon after their diagnosis that they have the BRCA2 gene, a mutation that puts a woman at a much greater risk for breast and ovarian cancers. BRCA mutations, which stands for... Read more
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