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Research, not scaremongering will save our reef Story Tools UNTIL recently, there's been a missing voice in the growing propaganda war being fought over the Great Barrier Reef. Although she's a...
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An appraiser "doesn't have to have training if the heat pump is working properly . . . [just know] if it will pass muster. But the home inspector will offer his opinion on [its] life span," Waller...
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Friends aren't all they seem on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Photo: David Paul Morris Whoever said, "Money can't buy you friends," clearly hasn't been on the internet recently. This past week, I...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Psychological assessments should be part of the annual test that all public transport vehicle drivers must undergo. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Niosh) chairman...
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The killing of at least one man at a checkpoint manned by pro-Russian separatists outside the eastern Ukrainian city of Slovyansk on Sunday has exacerbated doubts over the implementation of the...
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Tuberculosis brought many to the Pasadena area but few were as talented as Alexander Stirling Calder, pictured here in OutWest Magazine for September, 1909. The article was written by Hector Alliot,...
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MENLO PARK -- Well-known jazz expert Herb Wong died at home early Sunday morning, leaving behind a legacy filled with writings and interviews covering the world of jazz over much of the 20th century....
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A £450 million levy on the consumer credit industry should be used to create a "new generation" of affordable lenders to take on Britain's legal loan sharks, a leading think tank has said. A report...
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Photo by Ari Shapiro NPR Join NPR's London Correspondent Ari Shapiro Monday, April 21, at 2 p.m. Eastern Time, for a live Facebook chat about his reporting in Ukraine. I arrived in Kiev a little...
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It’s America’s version of the royal baby watch, but Chelsea Clinton’s announcement last week that she’s pregnant ended up taking a back seat to her mother’s political ambitions. Within hours of the...
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Union minister Tariq Anwar is trying to get over the �Nitish Kumar syndrome�. When Nitish Kumar represented the now delimited Barh Lok Sabha seat, he started a dozen trains from Barh apart from a...
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Jan. 9, 1941 – April 6, 2014 Delores Irene McLaurin, a retired certified nursing assistant, died April 6 in her home after a long illness. She was 73. Born Delores Irene Peyton in Grand Bay, Ala.,...
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Jan. 4, 1921 – April 7, 2014 John W. McKinney, of Grand Island, a World War II veteran and retired vice president at Bell Aerospace, died April 7 in Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital, Amerst. He was...
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Tess Fraser plans to run around Delaware Park in her underwear on Saturday, and she’d like you to join her. She doesn’t mind a little embarrassment if it can save lives. Losing your mother to colon...
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Mere days before President Obama is due to visit on his Asia tour, Japan is making some rather uncomfortable 'diplomatic' moves. First, a senior Japanese cabinet official - Keiji Furuya - visited the...
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UNITED States President Barack Obama will be in Malaysia soon. Among the issues on his agenda will be the current status of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA). It is an opportunity to...
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PETALING JAYA: Hot money is flowing back into Asian economies driven by investors’ appetite for risky assets and higher returns, as tension in the Ukraine subsides while the prospects of a slowdown in...
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By Amanda Bradford When you think about research in an academic setting, it's often the purview of faculty members, doctoral candidates or those working toward a master's degree. But undergraduate...
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Their study, conducted in mice, is the first to pinpoint the normal cell type that can give rise to invasive bladder cancers. It's also the first to show that most bladder cancers and their associated...
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Using computer-based virtual screening, the researchers identified a new class of compounds, called pharmacologic chaperones, that can significantly increase retromer levels and decrease amyloid-beta...
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