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Washington Post
Study: Needle-exchange program leads to big drop in D.C. HIV infectionsThe average monthly rate of new HIV infections among drug users in the nation’s
Study: Needle-exchange program leads to big drop in D.C. HIV infections
Washington Post / Posted 10 minutes ago
The average monthly rate of new HIV infections among drug users in the nation’s capital dropped by about 70 percent after the District implemented a needle exchange program in 2008, according to a study that was released Thursday. On average, new... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenWomen are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 30 minutes ago
Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to mothers who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy are six times more... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenWomen are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children
Croydon Guardian / Posted an hour ago
Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to mothers who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy are six times more... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenWomen are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children
Streatham Guardian / Posted an hour ago
Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to mothers who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy are six times more... Read more
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This is West Country
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenWomen are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children
This is West Country / Posted 2 hours ago
Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to mothers who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy are six times more... Read more
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Gazette News
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to childrenWomen are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children
Gazette News / Posted 2 hours ago
Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to mothers who have gestational diabetes in pregnancy are six times more... Read more
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Black Press USA
Obese at 50? Midlife Weight May Affect When Alzheimer’s HitsWASHINGTON (AP) — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says peo
Obese at 50? Midlife Weight May Affect When Alzheimer’s Hits
Black Press USA / Posted 3 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people’s weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Research links obesity to earlier onset of Alzheimer'sDENVER - The more obese you are at age 50, the sooner you could feel the sympto
Research links obesity to earlier onset of Alzheimer's
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 3 hours ago
DENVER - The more obese you are at age 50, the sooner you could feel the symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease, according to new research. The study is out of the National Institute of Health, where researchers looked at 1,500 people and found the higher... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Spring forecast to be cooler, drierClimate experts are predicting a cooler, drier season throughout Otago and the
Spring forecast to be cooler, drier
Otago Daily Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Climate experts are predicting a cooler, drier season throughout Otago and the rest of the country for the next three months. Strong El Niño conditions are likely from September to November and into summer. This event could rank amongst the four... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnanc
Pregnant women warned about weight gain over diabetes link to children
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
Women are being urged to maintain a healthy weight before and during pregnancy to prevent a "time bomb" of children developing diabetes. Research has shown that babies born to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cate Blanchett to star as Hollywood star Lucille Ball in new biopicCate Blanchett 'set to play legendary Hollywood actress Lucille Ball in new bio
Cate Blanchett to star as Hollywood star Lucille Ball in new biopic
Daily Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
Cate Blanchett 'set to play legendary Hollywood actress Lucille Ball in new biopic produced by actress's children' Cate Blachett is set to star in a new biopic about the legendary Hollywood actress, Lucille Ball. The Oscar-winning star will star in... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Gen Prem lashes out at populist policiesGeneral Prem, seen here speaking at his recent 95th birthday celebration, attac
Gen Prem lashes out at populist policies
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 5 hours ago
General Prem, seen here speaking at his recent 95th birthday celebration, attacked populism and corruption in a speech on Wednesday. (Photo by Thanarak Khunton) Related Stories Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda has lambasted populist... Read more
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The Telegraph
Bloody reality of class clashChief minister Nitish Kumar and (right) former chief minister Lalu Prasad have
Bloody reality of class clash
The Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Chief minister Nitish Kumar and (right) former chief minister Lalu Prasad have championed the cause of the backward classes. But have they done enough to resolve class conflicts? Patna, Sept. 2: Kailash Yadav's anger claimed his 20-year-old daughter... Read more
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The Telegraph
How many husbands has Indrani had? Good question Why did the trade unions call the strike? Good questionWhy did the trade unions call the strike? Good questionSambit Saha, Jayanta Roy
How many husbands has Indrani had? Good question Why did the trade unions call the strike? Good question
The Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Why did the trade unions call the strike? Good questionSambit Saha, Jayanta Roy Chowdhury and R. Suryamurthy Sept. 2: Union finance minister Arun Jaitley today told captains of the automobile industry: "I am not so sure most of you are even aware... Read more
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Newswise
Reward, Aversion Behaviors Activated Through Same Brain Pathways Findings may help explain why drugs for addiction, depression are not always e
Reward, Aversion Behaviors Activated Through Same Brain Pathways
Newswise / Posted 7 hours ago
Findings may help explain why drugs for addiction, depression are not always effective Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNeuron, Sept. 2, 2015 Newswise — New research may... Read more
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Deseret News
Food allergies are on this rise, and this somewhat 'frightening' method might combat themParents given the opportunity to reduce their children's chances of developing
Food allergies are on this rise, and this somewhat 'frightening' method might combat them
Deseret News / Posted 7 hours ago
Parents given the opportunity to reduce their children's chances of developing food allergies by 81 percent with one step would probably view doing so as a no-brainer. However, that one step might seem "frightening and counter-intuitive," according... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Why e-cigarettes have their own toxic dangersA study of English quitters found those who used e-cigarettes were less likely
Why e-cigarettes have their own toxic dangers
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 hours ago
A study of English quitters found those who used e-cigarettes were less likely to have successfully quit smoking after 12 months. Photo / 123RF Wander into a vape shop in the mall or online, and you can find a smorgasbord of flavors: cotton candy,... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Obese at 50? Midlife weight may affect when Alzheimer's hitsWASHINGTON (AP) - One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says peo
Obese at 50? Midlife weight may affect when Alzheimer's hits
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 8 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) - One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing... Read more
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E-Commerce Times
White House Wants Feedback on IT Contract SecurityCybersecurity is a key component of all contracts between U.S. government agenc
White House Wants Feedback on IT Contract Security
E-Commerce Times / Posted 8 hours ago
Cybersecurity is a key component of all contracts between U.S. government agencies and information technology vendors. Yet cyberbreaches continue to occur -- some of them with alarming scope and depth. The White House is seeking input from private... Read more
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Independent
How leftover coffee can help to save the planetResearchers have now found that the huge amounts of leftover coffee grounds, wh
How leftover coffee can help to save the planet
Independent / Posted 9 hours ago
Researchers have now found that the huge amounts of leftover coffee grounds, which usually go into compost tips or waste bins, could be used to power homes and combat global warming, thanks to their ability to store methane. The grounds are highly... Read more
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Washington Evening Journal
See, Hear, Speak : Are kids’ senses ready for school? - By National Institute of HealthSee, Hear, Speak : Are kids’ senses ready for school? By National Institute of
See, Hear, Speak : Are kids’ senses ready for school? - By National Institute of Health
Washington Evening Journal / Posted 9 hours ago
See, Hear, Speak : Are kids’ senses ready for school? By National Institute of Health | Sep 02, 2015 When setting off for kindergarten or first grade, a child may feel prepared with a backpack loaded with crayons, pencils and paper. But a good... Read more
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PhysOrg
Animal without synapses feeds by external digestion using global, local cellular controlTrichoplax fed on microalgae (red specks). Credit: Carolyn Smith A multicellula
Animal without synapses feeds by external digestion using global, local cellular control
PhysOrg / Posted 9 hours ago
Trichoplax fed on microalgae (red specks). Credit: Carolyn Smith A multicellular marine animal without organs, Trichoplax's feeding behavior may include cellular coordination, resulting in external food digestion, according to a study published... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
OFG, Fukada complete CSEM survey for hydrates offshore JapanOffshore staff The team applied the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Vulcan
OFG, Fukada complete CSEM survey for hydrates offshore Japan
Offshore Magazine / Posted 11 hours ago
Offshore staff The team applied the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Vulcan system on behalf of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology. Following the 3D CSEM survey and inversion models completed in 2014, the 2015... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Our Compatriots in ItalyThe struggles of our compatriots in Italy have continued unabated as the majori
Our Compatriots in Italy
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
The struggles of our compatriots in Italy have continued unabated as the majority of them in that European country have been facing a hard time. Reports have again let us know that the majority of Gambians who work in Italy are mostly without any... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
TO YOUR HEALTH Study shows midlife obesity mayspur the risk for earlier Alzheimer'sWASHINGTON (AP) -- One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says pe
TO YOUR HEALTH Study shows midlife obesity mayspur the risk for earlier Alzheimer's
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) -- One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Obese at 50? Midlife weight may affect when Alzheimer's hitsWASHINGTON -- One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people'
Obese at 50? Midlife weight may affect when Alzheimer's hits
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON -- One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing the... Read more
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City Pulse
Yes, maybe or noTwo strangers meet. Maybe through the hook-up app Tindr. Maybe in the middle of
Yes, maybe or no
City Pulse / Posted 12 hours ago
Two strangers meet. Maybe through the hook-up app Tindr. Maybe in the middle of a party. Maybe by bumping into each other in the stacks at the library on campus. There’s a sexual connection. Maybe they make out. Maybe they have intercourse. This is... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Cutting calories may mean a better old age, study suggestsWant to enjoy a healthier old age? Try eating a little less. That's the sugges
Cutting calories may mean a better old age, study suggests
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 12 hours ago
Want to enjoy a healthier old age? Try eating a little less. That's the suggestion from a new study led by researchers at the U.S. National Institute on Aging. The "results are quite intriguing," study co-author Dr. Evan Hadley, director of... Read more
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Medical News Today
Overweight, obesity in midlife linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer'sIndividuals who are overweight or obese at the age of 50 may be at greater risk
Overweight, obesity in midlife linked to earlier onset of Alzheimer's
Medical News Today / Posted 13 hours ago
Individuals who are overweight or obese at the age of 50 may be at greater risk of earlier onset of Alzheimer's disease, according to new research published in Molecular Psychiatry. Study participants who were overweight or obese in midlife... Read more
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New Kerala
Saarc nations prepare for disaster management exercise A two-day conference on disaster response agencies with representatives from
Saarc nations prepare for disaster management exercise
New Kerala / Posted 13 hours ago
A two-day conference on disaster response agencies with representatives from Saarc member nations participating will begin here on Thursday. Representatives from National Disaster Management... Read more
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Rocklin & Roseville Today
Managing Alzheimer's Behaviors Lecture Coming Up(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) - "Alzheimer's behaviors: How do I manage them?" will be t
Managing Alzheimer's Behaviors Lecture Coming Up
Rocklin & Roseville Today / Posted 14 hours ago
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) - "Alzheimer's behaviors: How do I manage them?" will be the subject of the next UC Davis Alzheimer's Disease Center Community Discovery Lecture Series address. The discussion will be held on Thursday, Sept. 10, from 6 to 7 p.m.... Read more
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Business Insider
How much you weigh at this age could affect your chances of developing Alzheimer's laterWASHINGTON (AP) — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says peo
How much you weigh at this age could affect your chances of developing Alzheimer's later
Business Insider / Posted 14 hours ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Disasters That Keep the Experts Up at NightFor years before Hurricane Katrina, storm experts warned that a big hurricane w
The Disasters That Keep the Experts Up at Night
The Atlantic / Posted 15 hours ago
For years before Hurricane Katrina, storm experts warned that a big hurricane would inundate the Big Easy. Reporters noted that the levees were unstable and could fail. Yet hardly anyone paid attention to these Cassandras until after the levees had... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NOA Takes Ethical Orientation to NILSThe National Orientation Agency (NOA) yesterday held a sensitization workshop o
NOA Takes Ethical Orientation to NILS
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
The National Orientation Agency (NOA) yesterday held a sensitization workshop on ethical standards with the management and staff of the National Institute for Legislative Studies (NILS). Speaking at the event, which held at the NILS office in Abuja,... Read more
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Business Wire
Opening of Mexican Energy Industry Driving Energy Infrastructure Investment and Breathing New Life into Petrochemicals, IHS SaysHOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The recent opening of the Mexican upstream energy ind
Opening of Mexican Energy Industry Driving Energy Infrastructure Investment and Breathing New Life into Petrochemicals, IHS Says
Business Wire / Posted 16 hours ago
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The recent opening of the Mexican upstream energy industry, combined with access to abundant U.S. natural gas feedstock from Texas, is driving significant energy infrastructure investment on both sides of the border. That... Read more
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PhysOrg
ORNL-developed building efficiency software now availableAutomated calibration software for building efficiency studies, developed by Oa
ORNL-developed building efficiency software now available
PhysOrg / Posted 17 hours ago
Automated calibration software for building efficiency studies, developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers Jibonananda Sanyal (left) and Joshua New, is now available as an open source code. A set of automated calibration techniques for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Diocesan Commission Ensures Pilgrimage Conditions to MuximaLuanda — The Diocesan Commission to the Annual National Pilgrimage to Our Lady
Diocesan Commission Ensures Pilgrimage Conditions to Muxima
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 hours ago
Luanda — The Diocesan Commission to the Annual National Pilgrimage to Our Lady of Muxima has confirmed on Monday in Luanda, the conditions for the start of the religious activities linked to this event that will take place on 5-6 September. Speaking... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
UC San Diego-led research team awarded $1.89 million to carry out research on leptospirosisAn international research team, headed by Joseph Vinetz, MD, professor of medic
UC San Diego-led research team awarded $1.89 million to carry out research on leptospirosis
News-Medical-Net / Posted 18 hours ago
An international research team, headed by Joseph Vinetz, MD, professor of medicine at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and director of the UC San Diego Center for Tropical Medicine and Travelers Health, has been awarded a... Read more
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PharmaceuticalOnline
Scientists Discover New Use For An Old Therapy Inhibiting Deadly Pathogens Including Ebola And AnthraxA new host-based therapy for Ebola, anthrax and other deadly infectious disease
Scientists Discover New Use For An Old Therapy Inhibiting Deadly Pathogens Including Ebola And Anthrax
PharmaceuticalOnline / Posted 20 hours ago
A new host-based therapy for Ebola, anthrax and other deadly infectious diseases has been discovered by researchers at the Keck Graduate Institute and its collaborators. The discovery has the potential to speed to market treatments for previously... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Prem rails against populist policies, graftPrivy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda on Wednesday repeated his call for Th
Prem rails against populist policies, graft
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 hours ago
Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda on Wednesday repeated his call for Thai people to fight graft and not to show respect to corrupt individuals. (Bangkok Post file photo) Related Stories Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda lashed out... Read more
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Denver Post
Obese at 50? Midlife weight may affect when Alzheimer's hitsWASHINGTON — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people's
Obese at 50? Midlife weight may affect when Alzheimer's hits
Denver Post / Posted 22 hours ago
WASHINGTON — One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people's weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer's disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing the... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Best Of Times Presents Fall Gardens And Landscape DayThe day is offered in two sessions. The morning session, which runs from 8:30 a
Best Of Times Presents Fall Gardens And Landscape Day
The Post-Journal / Posted 23 hours ago
The day is offered in two sessions. The morning session, which runs from 8:30 a.m. until noon, includes presentations on basic landscape design for the homeowner and a second one on pruning of ornamentals and trees. The afternoon session includes... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Dakota College, Dickinson State get grantHolly Mawby, executive director, said educators from Dakota College and Dickins
Dakota College, Dickinson State get grant
Minot Daily News / Posted 23 hours ago
Holly Mawby, executive director, said educators from Dakota College and Dickinson State University will receive $300,000 over three years via the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture Non-Land Grant College... Read more
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ABC 13 Lynchburg
Horizon: 10 Percent Increase of Mental Health CasesCAMPBELL CO., Va. - The tragic shooting of two local journalists last week cont
Horizon: 10 Percent Increase of Mental Health Cases
ABC 13 Lynchburg / Posted yesterday
CAMPBELL CO., Va. - The tragic shooting of two local journalists last week continues to spark another conversation across the commonwealth: the issue of mental health. Damien Cabezas, the CEO at Horizon Behavioral Health, says patients seeking... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Weight linked to Alzheimer's riskWashington One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people’s
Weight linked to Alzheimer's risk
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
Washington One more reason to watch the waistline: New research says people’s weight in middle age may influence not just whether they go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease, but when. Obesity in midlife has long been suspected of increasing the risk... Read more
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WAFB Baton Rouge
New Alzheimer's research links weight to earlier symptomsSome eye-opening new research was revealed this week about Alzheimer's and weig
New Alzheimer's research links weight to earlier symptoms
WAFB Baton Rouge / Posted yesterday
Some eye-opening new research was revealed this week about Alzheimer's and weight. A new report says how much someone weighs when they are 50, could play a role in not just whether that person gets the disease later on, but also how quickly it will... Read more
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The Mercury News
Dr. Frank Staggers Jr.: California tobacco bill will save lives, dollarsRaise the age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21, making it harder for young peopl
Dr. Frank Staggers Jr.: California tobacco bill will save lives, dollars
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
Raise the age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21, making it harder for young people to become daily smokers at an age when research shows their brains are more prone to lifelong addictions. New research from the National Institute for Health shows that... Read more
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Brush News-Tribune
ASE Technician of the Future AwardMorgan Community College (MCC) congratulates 2015 graduate Abdul Ibrahim for be
ASE Technician of the Future Award
Brush News-Tribune / Posted yesterday
Morgan Community College (MCC) congratulates 2015 graduate Abdul Ibrahim for being selected as the Mitchell 1/ASE Technician of the Future based on his outstanding performance on the ASE tests that he recently took. “Abdul did a great job,”... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
All Blacks: Someone please pass the cotton woolIf the All Blacks wanted a taste of the type of scrutiny they will find themsel
All Blacks: Someone please pass the cotton wool
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
If the All Blacks wanted a taste of the type of scrutiny they will find themselves under at the Rugby World Cup, they got their wish at the first training run of their campaign in Wellington yesterday. Hot on the heels of the great airport stakeout... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
All Blacks: Someone please pass the cotton woolIf the All Blacks wanted a taste of the type of scrutiny they will find themsel
All Blacks: Someone please pass the cotton wool
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
If the All Blacks wanted a taste of the type of scrutiny they will find themselves under at the Rugby World Cup, they got their wish at the first training run of their campaign in Wellington yesterday. Hot on the heels of the great airport stakeout... Read more
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