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2015/01/28 16:08
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Some older women with breast cancer could safely avoid radiotherapy, without harming their chances of survival, a study has shown. Older women with early breast cancer who are given breast-conserving...
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2015/01/28 14:14
2015/01/28 14:14
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On January 17th Sound Vision Foundation, a Chicago-based 501 (C) 3 organization held a "Stand with the Prophet" event in Garland, Texas, a suburb outside of Dallas, at the Curtis Culwell Center on...
2015/01/28 00:42
2015/01/28 00:42
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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...
2015/01/27 14:39
2015/01/27 14:39
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Scientists have shed light on how naturally occurring mutations can be introduced into our DNA. The study, which focuses on how DNA replicates every time a cell divides, helps to make clear...
2015/01/27 01:10
2015/01/27 01:10
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The CITB noted that some big infrastructure projects, such as the Forth Replacement Crossing, were due to come to an end during the new five-year forecast period. According to the Construction Skills...
2015/01/26 12:45
2015/01/26 12:45
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THE eleventh Church of Scotland minister – and the first from the Highland capital – is to defect from the Kirk, which has been divided over the gay clergy row. Rev Andrew McMillan, a former Royal...
Read more at Scotsman, heraldscotland
2015/01/26 05:27
2015/01/26 05:27
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PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES: Donatella Versace gave Kate Hudson another opportunity to show off her bodacious bod, kitting her out in a red dress with risqué sheer panels at the Atelier Versace haute...
Read more at WWD.com, WWD.com
2015/01/26 01:42
2015/01/26 01:42
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I've spent three decades working as a reporter, editor and news executive at media companies including Reuters, Bloomberg and News Corp. covering business, finance, investment, politics, general news,...
2015/01/25 17:42
2015/01/25 17:42
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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...
Read more at Forbes, Forbes
2015/01/25 15:38
2015/01/25 15:38
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Dinosaur-killing asteroid didn't ravage earth: Study New research has debunked the theory that the asteroid thought to have led to the extinction of dinosaurs 66 million years ago also caused vast...
2015/01/24 18:08
2015/01/24 18:08
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For those with diabetes, managing blood sugar is a balancing act -- if blood sugar is too high it raises the risk for nerve damage, blindness, kidney failure, and heart trouble, and if too low it can...
2015/01/24 16:48
2015/01/24 16:48
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The doctor at the centre of a landmark review on newborn organ donation has said a major medical breakthrough could be on the horizon. Speaking exclusively to the Sunday Sun, Professor Neil McIntosh...
2015/01/23 01:42
2015/01/23 01:42
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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...
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2015/01/22 21:15
2015/01/22 21:15
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Several weeks ago, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and American Renewal Project's founder David Lane invited 100,000 ministers to consider running for elected office in 2016. From becoming a city...
2015/01/22 10:55
2015/01/22 10:55
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A slowdown in inflation in the UK doesn't mean the Bank of England needs to undertake fresh stimulus, but does give it more room to leave interest rates on hold, one of the central bank's top policy...
2015/01/21 14:17
2015/01/21 14:17
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A SIMPLE blood test costing about STG5 ($A9) could help doctors spot twice as many heart attacks in women, a study has claimed. THE British Heath Foundation, which funded the research, says the...
2015/01/21 00:14
2015/01/21 00:14
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Ministers have always been at the forefront of leading America, calling upon God for mercy, guidance, wisdom, and revival. Historically, they led both in and out of the pulpit—spawning the American...
2015/01/20 20:17
2015/01/20 20:17
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What's On In Aberdeen Cafe Scientifique: The Big Bang, dark energy and cosmic sound As Stephen Hawking's story hits cinemas, we'll celebrate the wonders of cosmology with an internationally...
2015/01/20 19:26
2015/01/20 19:26
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Some estimates suggest that, if current trends continue, half the world’s species may disappear by the end of this century.Credit DAVID HUGHES The town of El Valle de Antón, in central Panama, sits...
2015/01/20 18:42
2015/01/20 18:42
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A study of burying beetles has shown that chemical cues allow larvae to distinguish between adults likely to provide food and those that will ignore or attack them. Beetle larvae have an in-built...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
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