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2015/01/31 09:17
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Aspirin has been called the “one-cent miracle drug” for good reason. It’s the most widely used medical remedy in the world and available for more than a hundred years to treat headaches and other...
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2015/01/31 09:08
2015/01/31 09:08
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Tough new laws announced by Canada will make it a crime to call for a terror attack and allow police to detain anyone suspected of being involved in a plot without charge for up to seven days. The...
2015/01/30 19:40
2015/01/30 19:40
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The guy I am calling Jimmy was trying to remember the first time he hit his girlfriend. You’d think the event would stick in his mind. But Jimmy was 18 at the time, and they’d been going out for three...
2015/01/30 14:44
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The materials, called perovskites, are particularly good at absorbing visible light, but had never been thoroughly studied in their purest form: as perfect single crystals. Using a new technique,...
2015/01/30 12:43
2015/01/30 12:43
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Quantum computing promises to revolutionize future computers, enabling pint-sized hardware to outperform room-filing supercomputers, plus offers uncrackable encryption that foils all hackers no matter...
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2015/01/30 12:38
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WATERLOO — The housing picture is increasingly bleak for millennials, a panel of experts said Thursday at the University of Waterloo. That group of young people born between 1980 and 2000 is most...
Read more at The Record, The Record
2015/01/30 07:08
2015/01/30 07:08
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On October 17, 2014, the UN held the climate change summit at its headquarters in New York. The event brought together political and business leaders as well as activists. A “meaningful global...
2015/01/30 05:28
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Storms results from the circulation of air in the atmosphere which is similar to the working of a heat engine.(Getty) Strong storms will become stronger while weak storms become weaker, and the...
2015/01/30 01:39
2015/01/30 01:39
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Both before and after his nine-year incumbency as a member of Parliament, Rev. Roland de Corneille made extraordinary efforts to bridge the gap between Christian and Jewish communities in Canada....
2015/01/29 21:05
2015/01/29 21:05
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Students lay out in their bathing suits on the Quad, on the campus of Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Boston Photo: Getty Large storms like the blizzard that battered New England this...
2015/01/29 20:39
2015/01/29 20:39
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FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) - Religious-based restrictions on the use of female guards at Guantanamo violate the military's gender-neutral policy and weaken prison security, a government prosecutor argued...
2015/01/29 15:13
2015/01/29 15:13
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From a cardboard sign on the cold pavement to a multi-screened computer in a glistening digital workspace: Xingyi Yan’s Great Depression-like bid to catch on in the 21st-century job market has paid...
2015/01/29 10:49
2015/01/29 10:49
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Modern Americans are used to tracking all manner of health behaviors, from calories consumed to steps taken. It’s time to add another to the list: hours spent sitting. The drumbeat of research on the...
2015/01/29 03:29
2015/01/29 03:29
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A new Chrome extension highlights tools embedded in websites that could pose privacy risks by sending data unencrypted over the Internet. It's hard to find a major website that doesn't use a variety...
2015/01/29 01:39
2015/01/29 01:39
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Earlier this week, Medécins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) reported something that might have seemed unimaginable at the zenith of the Ebola epidemic, when the aid agency had to turn dying...
2015/01/28 19:41
2015/01/28 19:41
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Quick, what comes to mind when you consider the world of homemade booze? Nothing good, I’m sure. While we laud culinary experimenters willing to dedicate a weekend to handcrafting a bread or a braise,...
2015/01/28 19:15
2015/01/28 19:15
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The documentary talks about the story of Tibetans’ struggle to stay connected to family, friends and advance their struggle for rights and freedom while defending themselves against targeted cyber...
2015/01/28 18:36
2015/01/28 18:36
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Canada’s digital spying agency, the Communications Security Establishment (CSE), has been taking the lead on using a service allowing it to track up to 15 million uploads and downloads of files...
2015/01/28 15:38
2015/01/28 15:38
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To Torontonians, Mark Selkirk was "the moose maker," the man behind the 326 life-size moose sculptures that once graced the city's streets. But to his wife Debra Selkirk, Mark was more than just a...
Read more at The Record, Toronto Star
2015/01/28 13:16
2015/01/28 13:16
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In any developed country, politicians and clinicians are struggling to improve quality of care while reducing costs of health-care systems. To remedy this, groups of doctors across North America —...
2015/01/31 09:17
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