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2015/01/28 00:23
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OAKLAND -- A former Berkeley High School teacher whose arrest on prostitution charges more than a decade ago gained national attention and who later became an advocate for legal sex work died...
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2015/01/27 14:04
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Several hundred more students a year could soon be pursuing a masters degree from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. The school is launching it...
2015/01/27 10:03
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Giving new meaning to the oft-uttered exclamation that your friends know you better than you think, researchers from Washington University in St. Louis say close friends know each other well enough to...
2015/01/27 10:03
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Giving new meaning to the oft-uttered exclamation that your friends know you better than you think, researchers from Washington University in St. Louis say close friends know each other well enough to...
2015/01/27 02:43
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Penn's email announcement on Jan. 26 of a newly hired sexual violence investigative officer comes on the heels of its recent decision to participate in a national survey on sexual assault and...
2015/01/26 14:18
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Lots of things matter where your job satisfaction, earning power, and the success of your career are concerned. Your boss matters. So does your education, the industry you've chosen, and...
2015/01/26 10:22
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On Sunday night’s episode of “Pawn Stars,” shop owner Rick Harrison had one of his most intense negotiations yet. And it was over this copy of “Jay’s Treaty” owned by Thomas Jefferson. “Oh my God,”...
2015/01/25 13:22
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Lots of friends won't make you live longer and families are actually BAD for you, researchers find in new study Researchers from McGill University in Canada examined idea that social contact is...
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2015/01/25 09:25
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As the U.S. workforce continues to become more diverse, researchers are now more than ever examining diversity and bias in the work place. There is a common belief that requiring the use of...
2015/01/25 03:42
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By Nancy Mann Jackson Lose weight. Save more. Spend less. Be a gym rat—and actually like it. It makes perfect sense: According to a bevy of research, if you’re doing well in the health department,...
2015/01/23 18:19
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A crime scene in which five people, including a high school student, were shot dead in a suburb in northern Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on April 15, 2013. (Orlando Sierra/AFP/Getty Images) MEXICO CITY —...
2015/01/23 12:39
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One of the reasons solar cells are not used more widely is cost—the materials used to make them most efficient are expensive. Engineers are exploring ways to print solar cells from inks, but the...
2015/01/22 20:42
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Amyloids are formed by proteins that misfold and group together, and when amyloids assemble at the wrong place or time, they can damage brain tissue and cause cell death, according to Margery Evans,...
2015/01/22 16:29
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What Sundance filmmakers could learn from you: When in doubt, take Swede Alley; traffic on Main Street is a nightmare! Head of your department: Rena Ronson Best/most useful thing you've learned from...
2015/01/22 13:08
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Share This article How fast is the fastest camera? The answer probably depends on what you mean by “camera.” Some of the best “streak cameras” can shoot in around 100 femtoseconds (a quadrillionth of...
2015/01/21 17:23
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Want to know how long you're going to live? Your FRIENDS are the most accurate judges of the habits that could send you to an early grave Friends accurately observed which traits could lead to health...
2015/01/21 16:48
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By Tara HaelleHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Jan. 19, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- On the days your kids eat pizza, they likely take in more calories, fat and sodium than on other days, a new study...
2015/01/21 14:44
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Upon returning to their schools from studying abroad, students are facing "reverse culture shock," USA TODAY College reports. Though schools put a lot of time into preparing students for the culture...
2015/01/21 13:38
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A pair of small alien worlds, Ceres and Pluto, move into the spotlight this year as spacecraft arrive at their cosmic shores for the first time. NASA's Dawn spacecraft released its first views of...
2015/01/20 09:02
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ST. LOUIS (AP) — One of the country’s top universities is increasing its annual financial commitment to low-income undergraduate students by $25 million in hopes of eliminating a dubious distinction...
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