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2014/10/20 05:34
2014/10/20 05:34
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REUTERSThe researchers found the effects occurred when more than 7.5 units of alcohol a week - with the average pint of beer (about 560ml) containing around 2.3 units. London - Just four pints of...
2014/10/20 05:34
2014/10/20 05:34
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2014/10/18 11:51
2014/10/18 11:51
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It’s no surprise that our mood is often reflected in how we walk. Happy? Then we’re bouncing along, head up. Sad? Then we walk much slower with slumped shoulders. New research shows that the...
2014/10/17 15:43
2014/10/17 15:43
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Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in...
2014/10/17 15:17
2014/10/17 15:17
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The row over whether punters buying sex should be prosecuted is set to be reignited as conflicting reports emerge today. An overwhelming 78% of 1,016 people surveyed in Northern Ireland want the book...
2014/10/16 19:04
2014/10/16 19:04
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CHARLOTTE, NC — Some people find relaxation in a warm, soaking bath. For 15-year-old Erik Nieman, an avid swimmer, home is a cold pool. “You can walk around people, and not show any emotions and...
2014/10/16 08:40
2014/10/16 08:40
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Michael Woodrow has been awarded Thomas Henry Foundation Grant‏ administered by the Royal Ulster Agricultural Society (RUAS) to attend the Royal Agricultural Society of the Commonwealth’s (RASC)...
2014/10/13 00:54
2014/10/13 00:54
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No single “one-size-fits-all” model can explain how biodiversity hotspots come to be, finds a study of more than 700 species of reptiles and amphibians on the African island of Madagascar. By...
2014/10/11 12:39
2014/10/11 12:39
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Ontario’s efforts to cut duplication in the university sector are moving so slowly that observers question whether schools will be able to address budget constraints, concerns about educational...
2014/10/10 16:44
2014/10/10 16:44
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A black convict African cichlid FLICKR, KEVIN TIMOTHYFor decades, behavioral researchers have used the convenient trick of presenting animals with a mirror to elicit and study their aggressive...
2014/10/09 16:17
2014/10/09 16:17
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But Karen Groves can make that claim with confidence. A long-time staff member at Lambton Audiology and mother of three, Groves attended the groundbreaking ceremony this week at the site of her...
2014/10/09 13:30
2014/10/09 13:30
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Published: 9 Oct 2014 14:00 CARING Ardgowan Hospice boss Anne Mills has given the Tele a unique insight into her role. The 57-year-old, who has been the chief executive for nearly two years, says...
2014/10/08 19:31
2014/10/08 19:31
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The short-lived but influential magazine overseen by Edmund Carpenter and Marshall McLuhan. In the 1950s, anthropologist Edmund Carpenter, English professor Marshall McLuhan, and others were at the...
2014/10/08 14:10
2014/10/08 14:10
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Bat Conservation Ireland is delighted to announce the publication of the first book devoted to Irish bats on Saturday October 12th at Cork International Airport Hotel (8pm). Ella McSweeney (RTE, Ear...
2014/10/07 09:44
2014/10/07 09:44
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GAA members who participated in the First World War to be recognised07 October 2014 A paper cutting of the death of Antrim player William Manning A unique event due to take place on Monday 13th...
2014/10/06 12:17
2014/10/06 12:17
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TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Canadian Chamber of Commerce and Grant Thornton LLP are pleased to announce the distinguished jury for the 2014 Private Business Growth Award: The Canadian Chamber of...
2014/10/06 08:10
2014/10/06 08:10
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Northern Ireland’s largest ever public health research project is seeking the help of the rural community to help policy makers understand our rapidly ageing society. Known as ‘NICOLA’ - the Northern...
2014/10/06 04:07
2014/10/06 04:07
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By Tom Annelin Graduates of the highly successful Thunder Bay Queens girls rep program are continuing to produce at the next level. A trio of Queens alumna made immediate impressions in their OUA...
2014/10/04 14:31
2014/10/04 14:31
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Like housecats, cheetahs spend much of their time relaxing, opting to conserve their energy for the bursts of activity required to take down their prey, according to new research appearing Friday in...
2014/10/03 22:39
2014/10/03 22:39
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It is hard to make the mental leap to Cambodia in the late 1970s and the misery imposed by the murderous Khmer Rouge, while sitting comfortably in a quiet Japanese restaurant in Kingston, Ont. But...
2014/10/03 15:31
2014/10/03 15:31
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Arthur Lismer mural at Humberside C.I. —Award of Merit (Heritage Preservation), 1992 In the seven years leading up to Humberside Collegiate’s 100th Centennial, anniversary, the school’s Centennial...
2014/10/20 05:34
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