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2014/07/23 19:05
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The antidepressant dilemma. For a person whose mind is in a dark, scary or dangerous place, one scribbled note from a doctor's hand can change everything. It may bring sweet relief, the lifting of a...
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2014/07/23 02:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/07/22 14:50
2014/07/22 14:50
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Some months ago I had a telephone session with a man in his early thirties. He’s been married for five years and he and his wife have been trying to conceive a baby for about three years, with no...
2014/07/22 04:34
2014/07/22 04:34
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South Australia’s new Aboriginal visual arts festival, to be held in October next year, will be called Tarnanthi. The name, pronounced Tar-nan-dee, is a Kaurna word which means to come forth, like...
2014/07/21 23:38
2014/07/21 23:38
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India keeps world guessing in countdown to landmark trade deadline India will firm up its position regarding a landmark global trade pact shortly before a Thursday deadline, a senior official said on...
2014/07/20 12:04
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THE South Australian economy is performing far better than perceptions of a downturn suggest, but the state needs population growth to boom again, an expert report says. Chris Richardson, from...
2014/07/19 19:42
2014/07/19 19:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/07/19 11:04
2014/07/19 11:04
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STEEL is forged into the very identity of Pittsburgh. The former industrial powerhouse’s American football team is named The Steelers, and at one stage the city produced one-third of all of the steel...
2014/07/18 11:39
2014/07/18 11:39
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An international team of astrophysicists including University of Adelaide researchers have announced the successful detection of pulsed gamma rays from the neutron star, the Vela pulsar, using their...
2014/07/18 07:26
2014/07/18 07:26
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Energy drinks put kids at risk: report Related Stories Caffeine concerns Energy drinks may put some children and young adults at risk for serious health problems and should be regulated, say US...
2014/07/18 07:26
2014/07/18 07:26
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Energy drinks raise heart alarm Related Stories Gulping down a single energy drink can significantly boost the blood pressure in healthy adults, according to new Australian research. The work by...
2014/07/17 03:42
2014/07/17 03:42
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I’m Professor and Chair of the Department of Economics at LIU Post in New York. I’ve published several articles in professional journals and magazines, including Barron’s, The New York Times, Japan...
2014/07/17 00:28
2014/07/17 00:28
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The ageing population is changing Australia. Like any change, it is accompanied by both challenges and opportunities. Regional Australia is ageing faster than the rest of the country. With Baby...
2014/07/16 07:48
2014/07/16 07:48
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Richard Deane Terrell Has Recently Been Recognized by America�s Registry of Outstanding Professionals Richard Deane Terrell has been selected as Man of the Month for October 2014 for his...
2014/07/15 11:26
2014/07/15 11:26
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Concerns for the future of chimpanzees, gorillas and bonobos mounts as the palm oil industry expansion plans in Africa overlap with ape habitat. FIRST IT WAS THE orangutans that suffered as oil palm...
2014/07/15 06:18
2014/07/15 06:18
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A new study shows that men suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) could successfully reverse the problem by improving nutrition and lifestyle habits rather than relying on medication alone. A study...
2014/07/15 00:26
2014/07/15 00:26
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Attack of the tall-as-a-man weeds Grain growers in South Australia say they're facing a new challenge this year because of how wet it has been. Marshmallow weeds have grown to as high as 1.8m on the...
2014/07/14 16:42
2014/07/14 16:42
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They have used the new motors to develop patented highly efficient water pump systems with potential widespread application. "In the developed world, more than 50% of all energy generated is used by...
2014/07/14 13:05
2014/07/14 13:05
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South Australia showed its mettle last weekend as the state leader when it comes to information, science and technology. One hundred and twenty-two code breakers, hackers and data gurus encamped in...
2014/07/14 12:35
2014/07/14 12:35
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ORGANICALLY grown food may have more health-giving antioxidants and fewer heavy metals than conventionally grown food — or may be a waste of money — according to different interpretations of a major...
2014/07/23 19:05
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