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2014/09/02 01:21
2014/09/02 01:21
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The vaccine jab for kitty that could cure your allergy to cats: Injection targets protein in pet's saliva, urine and sweat that is most common cause Sheffield-based Benchmark says its injection can...
2014/09/02 01:21
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2014/09/01 10:29
2014/09/01 10:29
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In line with its market vision and growth plans, Avaloq will continue to execute its BPO strategy by creating a Global Processing Network (GPN). For the realisation of this international BPO centre...
2014/09/01 09:33
2014/09/01 09:33
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Hong Kong’s democracy fight shows how wrong everyone was about democracy coming to China Founders of the Occupy Central civil disobedience movement hit drums during a campaign to kick off the...
2014/08/31 11:27
2014/08/31 11:27
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2014/08/29 15:36
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Apes hardly ever act selflessly without being solicited by others; humans often do. What has caused this curious divergence, which is arguably the secret to our species’ unparalleled success? A team...
2014/08/28 15:30
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2014/08/27 13:42
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Nearly 400,000 children are born in Europe every year before the 32nd week of pregnancy (and 2.6 million worldwide, according to the World Health Organisation), including around 80 at HUG. There are...
2014/08/22 07:14
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Which shirt do we put on in the morning? Do we drive to work or take the train? From which takeaway joint do we want to buy lunch? We make hundreds of different decisions every day. Even if these...
2014/08/21 22:28
2014/08/21 22:28
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FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty ImagesThe Swiss House of Parliament is seen here. The country has seen the number of ‘suicide tourists’ double since 2008, mainly because there are no bans on assisted...
2014/08/21 11:27
2014/08/21 11:27
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More than 600 people traveled to Switzerland to die between 2008 and 2012, and the numbers doubled over those years, researchers reported Tuesday. Many of those choosing to die came from countries...
2014/08/21 08:53
2014/08/21 08:53
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An international manhunt is under way for a British jihadist believed to have perpetrated the on-screen beheading of American journalist James Foley. Police and intelligence services are sifting...
2014/08/20 23:37
2014/08/20 23:37
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More than 600 people travelled to Switzerland for help taking their own lives between 2008 and 2012, at one of four clinics which permit non-Swiss nationals. The annual number of so-called suicide...
2014/08/20 23:33
2014/08/20 23:33
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Laws banning assisted suicide are prompting more people to go Switzerland “Going to Switzerland” might bring to mind the thrill of skiing in the Alps or boxes of delicious chocolates. But, at least...
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2014/08/20 22:45
2014/08/20 22:45
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One in five people who travel to Switzerland to end their lives are from the UK, according to research that shows that the number of foreign nationals visiting the country has doubled in four...
2014/08/19 14:42
2014/08/19 14:42
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Tuesday is International Orangutan Day. This year it follows hot on the heels of exciting genetic results from Sumatra made public at the International Primatological Society’s biannual conference on...
2014/08/16 10:08
2014/08/16 10:08
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The world experts on vaccine development at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston have received an international designation acknowledging their unique niche in a sphere where research,...
2014/08/15 14:27
2014/08/15 14:27
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2014/08/15 11:17
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There are things money can't buy. While a stocked fridge, on-site yoga classes and ping pong tables are incredible office perks, but ultimately surface-level extras. Employees deserve more. To...
2014/08/14 19:18
2014/08/14 19:18
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OSLO, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Man-made greenhouse gas emissions have become the dominant cause of melting in glaciers from the Alps to the Andes that is raising world sea levels, a study said on...
2014/08/13 09:33
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Why China can blithely ignore its Hong Kong treaty with the UK Not everyone was happy about the terms of Hong Kong's return to China. AP Photo Former public officials in Hong Kong have been...
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