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2014/12/20 17:37
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Stress-induced cardiomyopathy, or “broken heart syndrome” - which has symptoms similar to that of a heart attack but without artery blockage - can be caused by times of acute emotional stress such as...
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2014/12/20 01:09
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While some foreign observers approached the referendum with apprehension, the general consensus among those who came here was of an impressive exercise in democracy. For once, a country had found a...
2014/12/19 23:37
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Scientists filmed the snail fish navigating the Pacific Ocean at staggering depths of 8,145m (26,700ft). During a 30-dady expedition around the Mariana Trench in the Pacific, an international team of...
2014/12/19 18:38
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An underwater voyage has found an unidentified species of fish more than 5 miles down -- deeper than any other fish has ever been found before. The white, translucent fish, found in early December in...
2014/12/19 15:18
2014/12/19 15:18
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Yet it's no laughing matter for Rob Teigen, a father of five in Grand Rapids, Michigan who, under the pen name Rob Elliott, currently owns the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on Amazon.com’s best-selling book...
2014/12/19 13:40
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The fearsome reputation of the Vikings has made them the subject of countless exhibitions, books and films - however, surprisingly little is known about their more southerly exploits in Spain. No...
2014/12/19 12:28
2014/12/19 12:28
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An odd looking fish has set a new record for living some 8,145 metres below the surface of the ocean, dwarfing the previous record by almost 500 metres. The new species which has wing-like fins and...
2014/12/19 11:18
2014/12/19 11:18
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Researchers have observed a new record for the world's deepest living fish, found at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, the deepest site on Earth. The new species was recorded at a depth of 8,145...
2014/12/18 11:08
2014/12/18 11:08
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The British Pharmacological Society has announced the secrets of success for pioneering research along with the outcome of its annual 'Putting UK Pharmacology on the Map' vote. The vote selects sites...
2014/12/18 01:09
2014/12/18 01:09
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The group, to be launched in Glasgow today and to be called the Covenant Fellowship, will push for a traditionalist stance from within the Kirk, rather than leaving the main body of the Church. It...
2014/12/17 22:42
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A paper published in PLOS Medicine argues that despite improvements in health care, new mothers and newborns are still dying because a reliable supply of safe water, good hygiene practice and adequate...
2014/12/16 14:21
2014/12/16 14:21
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Canada's lost Vikings revealed: 1,000-year-old stone vessel is earliest evidence of Norse metalwork across the Atlantic The Baffin Island container held bronze and small spherules of glass It may...
2014/12/14 16:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Common Weal National Tour In support of the launch of Common Weal Aberdeen, we've brought together a selection of speakers to address community engagement in Aberdeen, and to...
2014/12/14 11:08
2014/12/14 11:08
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New publication reports that a lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene in birth settings is killing mothers and newborns in the developing world A matter of birth and death: Unsafe conditions...
2014/12/12 16:18
2014/12/12 16:18
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What's On In Aberdeen Nine Lessons and Carols, with Con Anima Chamber Choir A traditional Nine Lessons and Carols service for Christmas Our services will offer the traditional mixture of carols old...
2014/12/12 14:52
2014/12/12 14:52
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Randy Dotinga HealthDay Reporter Propionate "does a number of things in the body," Frost said. "It is used for energy by the colon and liver. It can be used to make glucose in the liver." And, he...
2014/12/12 00:46
2014/12/12 00:46
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Scots could end up being “overtaxed” under plans to hand sweeping new powers to Holyroodas part of the Smith Agreement, MSPs have been told. Leading economists warned that big accountancy firms could...
2014/12/12 00:08
2014/12/12 00:08
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The Smith Commission agreement on the devolution of more powers to Holyrood is incoherent and unsustainable, academics have warned. The Scottish Parliament's Devolution C ommittee has been taking...
2014/12/10 16:18
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What's On In Aberdeen A talk on Byron's Greece (1809 - 1824) A presentation under the auspices of Aberdeen Scottish Hellenic Society The presentation is being made by Professor Roderick Beaton,...
2014/12/09 13:34
2014/12/09 13:34
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Cape Town - Stellenbosch University has named one of its residences after late rector and vice-chancellor Professor Russel Botman. Huis Russel Botman House, which was completed this year, has been...
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