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2015/03/05 18:34
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What Freak means for the future of SSL encryptionSecurityby Jimmy Nicholls| 05 March 2015Another security layer flaw lays open wider debates on backdoors. Controversies around massive bugs are...
2015/03/05 18:34
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2015/03/05 12:55
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Ted Abernathy, economic development policy advisor to the Southern Governors' Association and founder of Economic Leadership LLC, will keynote the second anniversary Rowan County Community Forum...
2015/03/03 11:35
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Award-winning Kenyan film, Strength of a Woman has been invited to screen at next month's Global Health Week at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA. Making the announcement, Pickpoint...
2015/03/02 10:35
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One simple test can tell you when you are going to die A test based on how people perform on a treadmill can predict how likely they are to die within a decade, with a high degree of accuracy. The...
2015/02/27 17:39
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New tool launched for effective water management The Confederation of Indian Industry's (CII) Water India 2015 event on Friday launched the new version of the India Water Tool (IWT 2.0), which helps...
2015/02/24 17:57
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SEATTLE — Seahawks Free Safety Earl Thomas could miss the start of the 2015 NFL season as he recovers from shoulder surgery, multiple sources reported. According to Ed Werder of ESPN, Thomas will...
2015/02/20 13:08
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Women with multiple sclerosis (MS) may have lower levels of important antioxidant and anti-inflammatory nutrients, such as folate from food and vitamin E, than healthy people, according to a new study...
2015/02/20 00:59
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... over for cellular encryption". The US and UK national spy agencies stole encryption keys that protect mobile phone communications around the world to monitor global voice and data mobile...
2015/02/19 19:45
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Two white specks appearing next to Pluto in the blackness of space may look like faint blips on a screen. Don’t be fooled. The fuzzy images of moons that NASA New Horizons spacecraft are sending back...
2015/02/18 08:03
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Last year, El Paso County saw 56 cases of whooping cough. By January, thanks to an outbreak at Disneyland, it also had a case of measles. And according to Dr. Bill Letson, medical director for El Paso...
2015/02/17 12:25
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A euro surprise? Could the euro area economy give investors a pleasant surprise this year? Despite last week's better than expected GDP figures, which showed the region's economy growing by 0.3 per...
2015/02/14 08:57
2015/02/14 08:57
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Bill would make organ donation the default choice MONTPELIER � Lawmakers are weighing a bill that would make organ donation automatic unless a person expressly chooses not to. House bill 57 would...
2015/02/07 17:31
2015/02/07 17:31
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BYU biologist Jonathan Alder has a startling secret he doesn’t freely share: He knows when most of us are going to die. OK, he doesn’t know exactly the day or time, but he has a pretty good idea,...
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2015/02/07 11:08
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The billionaire and former three-term mayor of New York City spoke on a wide range of topics, most of which had to do with an America he said is “going downhill at an enormous pace.” Among the points...
2015/02/06 01:27
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New insights into how nerves cells in the brain maintain efficient communication with each other may help offset the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. University of Queensland research has identified...
2015/02/05 14:28
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Scientists have found that e-cigarettes can compromise the immune system and contain free radicals (Reuters) Scientists from John Hopkins University in Maryland, US have found that exposure to...
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Amelia:TJ Reed, football - Marian University Anderson: Kelly Polacek, soccer - Indiana State University Badin:Madi Kah, soccer - Ohio University Morgan Langhammer, soccer - University of...
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Kushi Sellahennedige and Sarah McElman faced key decisions in their respective young lives. Each is a violinist who began lessons on the instrument at a relatively early age. They both got...
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The Berkshires dodged a blizzard this winter, but not the flu bug. Since late December, area physicians have seen plenty of patients with this year's strain of influenza or those with flu-like...
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