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Business Wire
Dorsey Expands Consumer Financial Services PracticeCOSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LL
Dorsey Expands Consumer Financial Services Practice
Business Wire / Posted 48 minutes ago
COSTA MESA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that litigator Eric J. Troutman has joined the Firm’s Consumer Financial Services practice as a Partner in Southern California. Dorsey continues to... Read more
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Medical News Today
A sigh of relief: new discovery could aid breathing problemsWe all do it - that long, deep breath known as a "sigh" in order to express our
A sigh of relief: new discovery could aid breathing problems
Medical News Today / Posted an hour ago
We all do it - that long, deep breath known as a "sigh" in order to express our sadness, relief or exhaustion. But you might be surprised to learn that sighing is actually crucial to lung function, and scientists have now pinpointed the brain cells... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study pinpoints two tiny clusters of neurons responsible for changing normal breaths into sighs"You must remember this: a kiss is just a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh." Contra
New study pinpoints two tiny clusters of neurons responsible for changing normal breaths into sighs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 hours ago
"You must remember this: a kiss is just a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh." Contrary to the words immortalized by the piano singer in "Casablanca," a sigh is far more than a sigh. Heaving an unconscious sigh is a life-sustaining reflex that helps... Read more
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Quartz
You already suspect that luxury bottled air is a bogus idea. These scientists confirm it.You already suspect that luxury bottled air is a bogus idea—and these scientist
You already suspect that luxury bottled air is a bogus idea. These scientists confirm it.
Quartz / Posted 5 hours ago
You already suspect that luxury bottled air is a bogus idea—and these scientists confirm it - Quartz hot airYou already suspect that luxury bottled air is a bogus idea—and these scientists confirm it A UK businessman is the latest entrepreneur to... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Handful of walnuts can increase sperm count Eating walnuts can boost male fertility. The study was published in in the j
Handful of walnuts can increase sperm count
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 10 hours ago
Eating walnuts can boost male fertility. The study was published in in the journal Biology of Reproduction. Los Angeles: All men out there, you’ll want to eat walnuts everyday now. Researchers say the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Scientists locate area of the brain that controls sighsYour life depends on your ability to sigh. Yes, we sigh when we’re exhausted o
Scientists locate area of the brain that controls sighs
The Seattle Times / Posted 13 hours ago
Your life depends on your ability to sigh. Yes, we sigh when we’re exhausted or stressed — and when the weight of the world feels like too much to bear — but it turns out that sighing is also an essential life-sustaining reflex that is necessary to... Read more
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Yahoo News
Lit Gymnast Hits the Quan, Dab and Whip in Likely Greatest Floor Routine of All Time The often-stodgy world of competitive gymnastics got a much needed dose of fi
Lit Gymnast Hits the Quan, Dab and Whip in Likely Greatest Floor Routine of All Time
Yahoo News / Posted 15 hours ago
The often-stodgy world of competitive gymnastics got a much needed dose of fire emojis this weekend when Sophina DeJesus, an athlete from the University of... Read more
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Calcutta News
US study finds nearly half of overweight individuals are metabolically healthy NEW YORK - More than 50 million Americans who have been classified as overwei
US study finds nearly half of overweight individuals are metabolically healthy
Calcutta News / Posted 18 hours ago
NEW YORK - More than 50 million Americans who have been classified as overweight or obese based on their BMI (body mass index) are actually healthy, says a new study by... Read more
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FOX News
Allergens from cats and cockroaches may increase glaucoma riskExposure to cats and cockroaches may increase the risk for glaucoma, but contac
Allergens from cats and cockroaches may increase glaucoma risk
FOX News / Posted 20 hours ago
Exposure to cats and cockroaches may increase the risk for glaucoma, but contact with dogs could guard against the common eye disease, suggests a study in the American Journal of Ophthalmology. People with glaucoma had significantly higher levels of... Read more
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Daily Mail
How SIGHING keeps us alive: Deep breathing prevents the lungs from failing (which is why the average pers
How SIGHING keeps us alive
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
: Deep breathing prevents the lungs from failing (which is why the average person does it 12 times an hour) Study: Average person racks up 12 sighs an hour - 1 every 5 minutes Sighing keeps us alive by popping tiny alveoli... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Why women have a hard time meeting friends, and a new app that can helpThere’s a new app that’s basically Tinder, but for meeting friends. Well, spec
Why women have a hard time meeting friends, and a new app that can help
Great Bend Tribune / Posted yesterday
There’s a new app that’s basically Tinder, but for meeting friends. Well, specifically it’s for women to find female friends. The app, called Hey! VINA, matches women with other females who have similar hobbies and interests in their surrounding... Read more
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The Columbian
Study called ‘nail in the coffin for BMI’LOS ANGELES — Good news for some in the high-BMI crowd: A new study from the Un
Study called ‘nail in the coffin for BMI’
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
LOS ANGELES — Good news for some in the high-BMI crowd: A new study from the University of California, Los Angeles, finds that some 54 million Americans who are labeled as obese or overweight according to their body mass index are, when you take a... Read more
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hcam.tv
Phyllis Ann Phillips Leonard, 83Phyllis Ann Phillips Leonard, beloved wife, mother, sister, and grandmother pas
Phyllis Ann Phillips Leonard, 83
hcam.tv / Posted yesterday
Phyllis Ann Phillips Leonard, beloved wife, mother, sister, and grandmother passed away Thursday, January 28, 2016 surrounded by her family. She was 83. Phyllis was born on February 3, 1932 near Gatewood, Missouri to Anne (nee Everett) and Irvin... Read more
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FOX News
Electric patch helps some people with PTSD in small studyPeople suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) could someday be tr
Electric patch helps some people with PTSD in small study
FOX News / Posted yesterday
People suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) could someday be treated with the help of an electric patch worn on their head when they are sleeping, researchers say. However, much further research is needed to confirm whether this... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Tired of being tired? Turns out we're not as sleep-deprived as we thinkYou’ve awoken tired once again. You’re puffy-eyed. You can’t get through the mo
Tired of being tired? Turns out we're not as sleep-deprived as we think
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
You’ve awoken tired once again. You’re puffy-eyed. You can’t get through the morning without a strong cup of coffee. You may blame your lack of sleep on the lure of one more episode of Making a Murderer or the glare of your neighbour’s porch light... Read more
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Orange County Register
Courses in manhood for African-American boysKevin Jennings begins his class on cultural identity for African-American boys
Courses in manhood for African-American boys
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
Kevin Jennings begins his class on cultural identity for African-American boys with a daily affirmation: “I am focused. I am ready to learn. Let’s turn up!” The subject is how society sees black men, and the lens is the Matrix, a metaphor borrowed... Read more
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TribLIVE
Segregation in Pittsburgh-area schools an enduring issue | TribLIVE Neighborhoods • Schools, teachers attempt to tackle achievement
Segregation in Pittsburgh-area schools an enduring issue
TribLIVE / Posted 2 days ago
| TribLIVE Neighborhoods • Schools, teachers attempt to tackle achievement gap in Western Pennsylvania He didn't think much about it... Read more
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The Seattle Times
‘While the City Slept’ excerpts: Madness and murder in a broken systemBy the time Isaiah Kalebu was sixteen, the state had intervened in his troubled
‘While the City Slept’ excerpts: Madness and murder in a broken system
The Seattle Times / Posted 2 days ago
By the time Isaiah Kalebu was sixteen, the state had intervened in his troubled family life in three distinct ways. It had deemed his parental supervision “adequate” after his mother brought him to the emergency room, at two months of age, with a... Read more
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WBEZ91.5
OK, Google, Where Did I Put My Thinking Cap?Take a look at this question: How do modern novels represent the characteristic
OK, Google, Where Did I Put My Thinking Cap?
WBEZ91.5 / Posted 2 days ago
Take a look at this question: How do modern novels represent the characteristics of humanity? If you were tasked with answering it, what would your first step be? Would you scribble down your thoughts — or would you Google it? Terry Heick, a former... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Families Near The Huge Gas Leak Wonder: Is Home A Safe Place To Be?A major natural gas storage well in Southern California is still leaking, thoug
Families Near The Huge Gas Leak Wonder: Is Home A Safe Place To Be?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
A major natural gas storage well in Southern California is still leaking, though less so than back in late October, when the giant gas leak was first reported. More than 5,000 families and two schools have been relocated since then, and the local... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
OK, Google, Where Did I Put My Thinking Cap?Take a look at this question: How do modern novels represent the characteristic
OK, Google, Where Did I Put My Thinking Cap?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 3 days ago
Take a look at this question: How do modern novels represent the characteristics of humanity? If you were tasked with answering it, what would your first step be? Would you scribble down your thoughts — or would you Google it? Terry Heick, a former... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closeness
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
Face-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-face still trumps texts for social closeness
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closeness
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closeness
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closeness
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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WIS News 10 Columbia
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closeness
WIS News 10 Columbia / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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WALB Albany
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closenessBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-to-face still trumps texts for social closeness
WALB Albany / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Face-face still trumps texts for social closeness, studies findBy Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use
Face-face still trumps texts for social closeness, studies find
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 3 days ago
By Maureen SalamonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- While technology use among young people offers some social advantages, face-to-face interaction does a better job of conveying emotional support and helping to read unspoken cues, new research... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Joe Earley Joins Gail Berman’s Jackal Group as PresidentJoe Earley has joined Gail Berman‘s The Jackal Group as president, the company
Joe Earley Joins Gail Berman’s Jackal Group as President
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 3 days ago
Joe Earley has joined Gail Berman‘s The Jackal Group as president, the company announced Friday. He will oversee all areas of the studio’s television, film, theater and digital divisions and will report directly to Gail Berman, the chairman and CEO... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Joe Earley Joins Gail Berman’s Jackal Group as PresidentJoe Earley as joined Gail Berman‘s The Jackal Group as president, the company a
Joe Earley Joins Gail Berman’s Jackal Group as President
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
Joe Earley as joined Gail Berman‘s The Jackal Group as president, the company announced Friday. He will oversee all areas of the studio’s television, film, theater and digital divisions and will report directly to Gail Berman, the chairman and CEO... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Joe Earley Joins Gail Berman’s Jackal Group as PresidentJoe Earley as joined Gail Berman‘s The Jackal Group as president, the company a
Joe Earley Joins Gail Berman’s Jackal Group as President
Greenwich Time / Posted 3 days ago
Joe Earley as joined Gail Berman‘s The Jackal Group as president, the company announced Friday. He will oversee all areas of the studio’s television, film, theater and digital divisions and will report directly to Gail Berman, the chairman and CEO... Read more
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WHO-TV 13 Des Moines
Whooping Cough Protection Fades Fast After Tdap Booster, Study FindsA booster vaccine for whooping cough, which many states require for middle scho
Whooping Cough Protection Fades Fast After Tdap Booster, Study Finds
WHO-TV 13 Des Moines / Posted 4 days ago
A booster vaccine for whooping cough, which many states require for middle school-aged children, does not provide long-lasting protection, a study finds. The Tdap booster is meant to protect against pertussis, or whooping cough, tetanus and... Read more
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Slate
The Search for Schizophrenia Genes Has Been Long, Expensive, and Not Terribly UsefulThe citizen’s guide to the future. Last week, according to many mediaaccounts,
The Search for Schizophrenia Genes Has Been Long, Expensive, and Not Terribly Useful
Slate / Posted 4 days ago
The citizen’s guide to the future. Last week, according to many mediaaccounts, scientists from Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s Hospital, and the Broad Institute discovered the genetic basis of schizophrenia. The researchers reported in... Read more
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Medical News Today
'Stop using BMI as measure of health,' say researchersA new study shows that 54 million Americans whose BMI classes them as overweigh
'Stop using BMI as measure of health,' say researchers
Medical News Today / Posted 4 days ago
A new study shows that 54 million Americans whose BMI classes them as overweight and obese are in perfect health according to cardiometabolic measures, while 21 million whose BMI puts them in the normal category are unhealthy. Altogether, say the... Read more
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New Kerala
BMI a wrong measure of healthNew York, Feb 5 : Using body mass index (BMI) to gauge health is a wrong practi
BMI a wrong measure of health
New Kerala / Posted 4 days ago
New York, Feb 5 : Using body mass index (BMI) to gauge health is a wrong practice as it is a deeply flawed measure, reveals a study while adding that BMI should not be the primary goal for maintaining good health. BMI incorrectly labelled more than... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Using BMI to measure health incorrectly labels over 54 million Americans as 'unhealthy', study findsOver the past few years, body mass index, a ratio of a person's height and weig
Using BMI to measure health incorrectly labels over 54 million Americans as 'unhealthy', study finds
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
Over the past few years, body mass index, a ratio of a person's height and weight, has effectively become a proxy for whether a person is considered healthy. Many U.S. companies use their employees' BMIs as a factor in determining workers' health... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
BMI mislabels 54 million Americans as ‘overweight’ or ‘obese,’ study saysLOS ANGELES — Good news for some in the high-BMI crowd: A new study from the Un
BMI mislabels 54 million Americans as ‘overweight’ or ‘obese,’ study says
Bangor Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
LOS ANGELES — Good news for some in the high-BMI crowd: A new study from the University of California, Los Angeles, finds that some 54 million Americans who are labeled as obese or overweight according to their body mass index are, when you take a... Read more
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Daily Mail
'BMI is a waste of time': Measurement is WRONGLY branding millions of fat people unhealthy, experts cla
'BMI is a waste of time'
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
: Measurement is WRONGLY branding millions of fat people unhealthy, experts claim The use of Body Mass Index to assess a person's health has led to millions of people incorrectly being labelled overweight or obese,... Read more
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Asian journal
Senior Care Home: Is it a good business?I AM frequently asked the question: “Is it a good business opportunity to open
Senior Care Home: Is it a good business?
Asian journal / Posted 5 days ago
I AM frequently asked the question: “Is it a good business opportunity to open a senior care home?” First, let us define what a Senior Care Home is and how is it different from an Assisted Living Facility or a Residential Care Home Facility for the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Marxist scholar Ellen Meiksins Wood had a towering intellectBarely five feet tall but considered an intellectual giant, Marxist scholar and
Marxist scholar Ellen Meiksins Wood had a towering intellect
The Globe and Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Barely five feet tall but considered an intellectual giant, Marxist scholar and political science professor Ellen Meiksins Wood was instrumental in making Toronto’s York University a centre for the radical critique of social and political thought... Read more
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Market Watch
Porn may become a public-health problem in UtahThe pornography industry has long been criticized for the damage it allegedly c
Porn may become a public-health problem in Utah
Market Watch / Posted 5 days ago
The pornography industry has long been criticized for the damage it allegedly causes, including addiction, that it harms real-life relationships, causes body image issues and low self-esteem, encourages sexual violence and more. Now Utah legislator... Read more
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Market Watch
A Utah legislator is seeking to cast porn as a public-health issueThe pornography industry has long been criticized for the damage it allegedly c
A Utah legislator is seeking to cast porn as a public-health issue
Market Watch / Posted 5 days ago
The pornography industry has long been criticized for the damage it allegedly causes, including addiction, that it harms real-life relationships, causes body image issues and low self-esteem, encourages sexual violence and more. Now Utah legislator... Read more
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Psych Central
Reducing Bullying by Teaching Bystanders to InterveneDespite a flurry of efforts to reduce bullying behavior, the practice is on the
Reducing Bullying by Teaching Bystanders to Intervene
Psych Central / Posted 6 days ago
Despite a flurry of efforts to reduce bullying behavior, the practice is on the rise in the United States, especially in grades six through 10. A new University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) led study finds that one country appears to have an... Read more
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Inquirier.net
LGBT traders, professionals to vet presidential bets in ‘reverse forum’MANILA — Can your candidate admit to himself or to herself that he or she does
LGBT traders, professionals to vet presidential bets in ‘reverse forum’
Inquirier.net / Posted 6 days ago
MANILA — Can your candidate admit to himself or to herself that he or she does not have all the answers to the country’s problems? If he or she can, your candidate is one step closer to getting the support of a newly founded LGBT (lesbian, gay,... Read more
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Perth Now
Earth was actually two planetsTHE Earth is actually made up of two planets, scientists have claimed. A small
Earth was actually two planets
Perth Now / Posted 6 days ago
THE Earth is actually made up of two planets, scientists have claimed. A smaller planet, Theia, slammed into an early Earth so hard that the planets effectively mixed together. Moon was formed by debris from a violent head-on collision between... Read more
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Herald Sun
Earth was actually two planetsTHE Earth is actually made up of two planets, scientists have claimed. A small
Earth was actually two planets
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
THE Earth is actually made up of two planets, scientists have claimed. A smaller planet, Theia, slammed into an early Earth so hard that the planets effectively mixed together. Moon was formed by debris from a violent head-on collision between... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Earth was actually two planetsEarth is actually formed of two planets, scientist reveal | DailyTelegraph Sea
Earth was actually two planets
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Earth is actually formed of two planets, scientist reveal | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website THE Earth is actually made up of two planets, scientists have... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Earth Is Made Of Two Planets, According To A New StudyNew research published in the journal Science proposes a stunning origin story
Earth Is Made Of Two Planets, According To A New Study
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 7 days ago
New research published in the journal Science proposes a stunning origin story for modern Earth: The planet we thought we knew could actually be made of two planets, which fused together 4.5 billion years ago after a collision that also formed our... Read more
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PhysOrg
Collagen and heparan sulfate coatings differentially alter cell proliferation and attachment in vitro and in vivoImplants with heparan sulfate-coating showed an increase in blood vessel infilt
Collagen and heparan sulfate coatings differentially alter cell proliferation and attachment in vitro and in vivo
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Implants with heparan sulfate-coating showed an increase in blood vessel infiltration (A) compared to collagen-coated implants (B) with staining for von-Willebrand Factor (dark brown dots). Implants showed similar numbers of implanted smooth muscle... Read more
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