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How to Send Your Jewish Kid to College — Without Stressing OutThe Pressures of Sending Your Kids off to a 21st-Century Campus Alongside the usual concerns about academic success, laundry and the...
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Aspirin has been called the “one-cent miracle drug” for good reason. It’s the most widely used medical remedy in the world and available for more than a hundred years to treat headaches and other...
2015/01/30 14:39
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KARL MOORE – This is Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, talking management for The Globe and Mail. Today, I am delighted to speak to Bill Currie, who is the...
2015/01/30 00:16
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MONTREAL - A star McGill University football player suspended because of charges of domestic violence has been reinstated after being acquitted. "It's closed, he's acquitted, he's a free man," lawyer...
2015/01/29 23:17
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Sarathy is an associate professor of environmental analysis and teaches US environmental policy, California water politics and environmental justice. She is the author of Pineros: Latino Labour and...
2015/01/29 19:42
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The Great Lakes have been invaded by more non-native species than any other freshwater ecosystem in the world. In spite of increasing efforts to stem the tide of invasion threats, the lakes remain...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2015/01/29 10:51
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The Case for Year-Round Pell Grants | Commentary As Congress takes up reauthorization of the Higher Education Act this year, it will have to address several policy concerns, including the rising cost...
2015/01/28 17:28
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Bitcoin has seen its price fall amid further woes for the cloud-mining industry(IBTimes UK) The price of bitcoin has continued to slide over the past 24 hours, dropping to as low as $250 to take its...
2015/01/28 15:43
2015/01/28 15:43
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... Cornell Real Estate Case Competition: A Hands-on Educational Process Now in its sixth year, the Cornell International Real Estate Case Competition has become a crucible for students interested...
2015/01/27 11:08
2015/01/27 11:08
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Most young adults might assume they have years before needing to worry about their cholesterol. But new findings from researchers at the Duke Clinical Research Institute suggest that even slightly...
2015/01/26 21:31
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The association between excessive salt intake and the risk of high blood pressure has been well established, but the exact mechanics for that link are only now coming to light, and it (somewhat...
2015/01/26 19:28
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For 125 years, National Geographic has documented the world and all that is in it with stunning photography that captures the soul of a story beyond the words on a page. Some of the most powerful...
2015/01/26 17:23
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University of Otago neuroendocrinologist Associate Prof Colin Brown has been involved in ground-breaking salt research. Photo by Peter McIntosh. Now, new research carried out on rats, partly...
2015/01/26 02:50
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Resetting the circadian rhythm, what's also known as the body's internal clock, could soon be a simple question of taking a pill, according to researchers at McGill University in Canada. Their study,...
2015/01/25 13:22
2015/01/25 13:22
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Lots of friends won't make you live longer and families are actually BAD for you, researchers find in new study Researchers from McGill University in Canada examined idea that social contact is...
Read more at Daily Mail, Independent
2015/01/24 21:01
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Two Okanagan College Bachelor of Business Administration accounting students can boast of being the best in the country after claiming top spot at a prestigious international business...
2015/01/24 09:16
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How many people in mid-life can fit into their wedding clothes? Not too many, because predictably, most have exchanged muscle tissue for body fat and more pounds. Now, a report from Johns Hopkins...
2015/01/23 21:25
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By Sheryl Ubelacker THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO—Most people are able to feel empathy for a friend experiencing physical or emotional pain. But it’s trickier when the person is a stranger—and...
2015/01/23 14:40
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... which takes advantage of the much faster speed of light compared with electrons, could potentially lead to future optical computers that transmit large amounts of data at...
2015/01/23 11:55
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Although the link between salt consumption and high blood pressure is well known, the underlying mechanism is not so clear. Now, a new study of rats finds that high salt intake over a long period...
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