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2014/12/21 14:38
2014/12/21 14:38
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With the help of a technique called virtual body swapping, researches have helped people change their attitudes with regard to others. This technique exposes people to bodily illusions that induce...
2014/12/21 14:38
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2014/12/21 00:46
2014/12/21 00:46
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MIDDLE-aged and middle class, Professor Allyson Pollock does not look like Edinburgh’s answer to Che Guevara. Nevertheless this revolutionary has lobbed a grenade into the heart of Scottish rugby and...
2014/12/20 17:37
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...
2014/12/19 20:45
2014/12/19 20:45
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What do cows mean when they moo? Scientists in England have been eavesdropping on "conversations" between cows and their calves to answer that question--and they've discovered that moos convey a lot...
2014/12/19 10:22
2014/12/19 10:22
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2014/12/19 05:17
2014/12/19 05:17
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A FUTURISTIC virtual-reality exercise could bring new meaning to the saying “don’t judge a man until you’ve walked a mile in his shoes.” In the exercise, people can “swap bodies” with someone of a...
2014/12/18 12:29
2014/12/18 12:29
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By Gilad Isaacs and Ben Fine The low wage argument is a red herring, argue Gilad Isaacs and Ben Fine in the latest contribution to the minimum wage debate. Seekings and Nattrass distort the debate,...
2014/12/18 10:39
2014/12/18 10:39
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One in seven Canadian adults have tried e-cigarettes, and the vast majority have done so to help them quit smoking tobacco, a new poll shows. The national survey conducted by Forum Research to be...
2014/12/17 12:39
2014/12/17 12:39
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African swine fever, or ASF, is a viral disease that kills almost every pig it infects and is likened to Ebola. It gained a foothold in Georgia in 2007, when contaminated pig meat landed from a ship...
2014/12/17 01:49
2014/12/17 01:49
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Princess Beatrice Elizabeth Mary of York Princess Beatrice is 26 years old and sixth (currently the first female) in line for the British throne. She is the elder daughter of Prince Andrew of York and...
2014/12/17 00:42
2014/12/17 00:42
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More than 20 years after the end of the Cold War, tensions between Russia and the West have heightened significantly in the context of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine. The post-communist and...
2014/12/16 22:20
2014/12/16 22:20
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In 2004, while serving as the State Department’s Office of Iraq Reconstruction Coordinator, Robin Raphel testified before a Senate committee hearing. Her long career took her to Pakistan, Iraq and...
2014/12/16 21:11
2014/12/16 21:11
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Russian economy under serious threat as the currency continues to plummet. Vladimir Putin's government has drastically raised interest rates, hoping to ward off the drastic fall of the...
2014/12/16 20:16
2014/12/16 20:16
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His surgeries were work of art Out of the top quality veterinary surgeons produced by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Peradeniya, Professor G.E. Kodituwakku was a pure...
2014/12/16 17:37
2014/12/16 17:37
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Roy has written an introduction to the seminal text The Annihilation of Caste - a critique on Hinduism and caste, penned by the great Indian social reformist Dr B.R. Ambedkar. He wrote the piece for a...
2014/12/16 15:24
2014/12/16 15:24
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The publication of four different proposals for English votes for English Laws (EVEL) by the Cabinet Committee chaired by William Hague will come to be seen as the moment when the English Question...
2014/12/16 14:51
2014/12/16 14:51
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A new study uses technology to create illusions that may be used to reduce prejudice and racism. An illusion is a distortion of the senses, revealing how the brain normally organizes and interprets...
2014/12/16 13:52
2014/12/16 13:52
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Colds and flu are caused by airborne viruses A quarter of Britons still firmly believe the old adage "feed a cold, starve a fever", according to a new survey. The results of a poll by Lemsip All In...
2014/12/16 12:08
2014/12/16 12:08
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PEOPLE who have problems with numbers may be more likely to feel negative about bowel cancer screening, including fearing an abnormal result, while some think the test is disgusting or embarrassing,...
2014/12/16 08:29
2014/12/16 08:29
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Richard Middleton has been appointed Chair of the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom. Richard, who was recently appointed a Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Middlesex University, will...
2014/12/21 14:38
2014/12/21 14:38
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