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2014/04/19 10:17
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SHARI Sebbens gives a raucous chuckle, and goes there. “Gods of Wheat Street has been described as an Aboriginal Neighbours or Home and Away,” the indigenous actor laughs. “But on set, we were...
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2014/04/19 09:01
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Bishop's Waltham man's journey through dark days inspires South Pole trek John Dennis will trek the South Pole for charities Young Minds and Combat Stress. “I was as dark as a man can get. I have...
2014/04/19 08:23
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PETERSBURG - The city has gone back to the drawing board for options involving the jail and its annex. During a recent work session on the jail, Council considered for the second time, a resolution...
2014/04/19 07:56
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The country's inadequate mental health system gets the most attention after instances of mass violence of the sort that the nation has seen repeatedly over the past few months. Not all who commit...
2014/04/19 06:21
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Rutgers University researchers are asking victims of Superstorm Sandy in Bergen, Passaic and other counties to respond to an online survey to assess the disaster's impact on children. Post-traumatic...
2014/04/19 00:49
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The Spartanburg Fire Department secured federal grant funding to have Spartanburg be the host city for fire departments across the nation. Hundreds will gather in Spartanburg beginning May 15 to...
2014/04/18 21:00
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WHO-endorsed test displays greater sensitivity in diagnosing bacterial load, and is being done for free There are several scary numbers when it comes to tuberculosis — two deaths every three minutes...
2014/04/18 19:51
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Young, casual marijuana smokers experience potentially harmful changes to their brains, with the drug altering regions of the mind related to motivation and emotion, researchers found. The study to...
2014/04/18 18:51
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It comes after National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) said that the number of patients getting an infection while receiving NHS care in England was “unacceptably high”. The health...
2014/04/18 18:11
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Frances Campbell was a station-wagon mom in North Carolina, running her kids around town, when she got a part-time position to help with a scientific study on the benefits of early childhood education...
2014/04/18 16:19
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BAY CITY, MI — It's been a long four years, but through many trials and tribulations, decorated veteran Benjamin O. Green says he is almost free of his addiction to prescription painkillers and...
2014/04/18 16:08
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JACKSON -- Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a bill to legalize a marijuana extract to be used as medicine under tightly controlled circumstances. House Bill 1231 becomes law July 1. Republican...
2014/04/18 15:52
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Barbara Bronson Gray HealthDay Reporter Halpern swishes oil. "I try to do everything within the realm of Ayurveda to see if it's of value," he said. But even Halpern admits that oil pulling may not...
2014/04/18 14:19
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This is not a joke, but it is funny. It's also practical. Argentina's National Institute for Agricultural Technology (INTA) has invented a way to convert cow flatulence into usable energy, and it...
2014/04/18 14:13
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Last updated at 15:07, Friday, 18 April 2014 DEADLY hospital infections have been slashed by two thirds in South Cumbria’s hospitals – although targets are still being missed. University Hospitals...
2014/04/18 13:39
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... —The military wants fabrics that don't just filter out nerve agents and other toxins, but also self-decontaminate. Dr. Brandy White, at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Center for...
2014/04/18 12:41
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A partially sighted woman from Bury St Edmunds says it is ‘disgraceful’ that a vital talking books service for the blind is being cut back by a council. Elizabeth Jackson, 73, has been using the the...
2014/04/18 11:38
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Japan to arm remote western island, risking more China tension Japan is placing some of its military asset to monitor islands known as Senkaku which are being claimed by China.Japan is sending 100...
2014/04/18 11:18
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Boomers' Dark Secret: Booze What their caregivers don’t know or don't ask could end up hurting aging patients Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — A 70-year-old man suffers a heart...
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According to the World Health Organization, malaria caused approximately 627,000 deaths in 2012, the majority of which were among children. Most malaria-related deaths in children are a result of...
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