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I sold my child for a $40,000 TV - and other Amaz...
I sold my child for a $40,000 TV - and other Amazon reviews Story Tools Related Items SAMSUNG'S new top-of-range gogglebox, the UN85S9 85in 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Smart LED TV, is now available on...
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Clarke flexes muscle over Council matters
At the eleventh hour, Clarke decided to big-foot the bill for a much-needed land bank that would consolidate, supervise, and expedite the acquisition and sale of many of the city's 40,000 vacant lots...
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When life was Swell
In the Richmond district of Raleigh County, Swell Mountain rises 3,294 feet above the closest town. It’s a remote region of the county, isolated even from the small communities surrounding it. To...
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Milk tabs make a cheap cat toy
Sometimes, the most amazing discoveries come by accident. For instance, the well-known drug Viagra began at the research stage as a medicine to treat spasms in arteries. It didn't work for the...
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Lovely things to make and give
Lovely things to make and give A magical green sauce that goes with everything, homemade mustard and a bubbly citrus treat Call me old fashioned or plain old bonkers, but I’d take a bottle of good...
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8 scary facts about antibiotic resistance
It's flu season. And we're all about to crisscross the country to exchange hugs, kisses and germs. We're going to get sick. And when we do, many of us will run to our doctors and, hoping to get...
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Honoring York County's vets on the anniversary of...
The Battle of the Bulge occurred during one of the coldest winters on record in Europe. Dick Boyd, 89, was part of the first paratrooper unit of the U.S. Army formed during World War II, who recalls...
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New York City proposal seeks ban on electronic ci...
New York City proposal seeks ban on electronic cigarette use in public New Yorkers who say electronic cigarettes helped them quit smoking asked city lawmakers at a hearing this week not to ban the...
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Can we avoid an antibiotic apocalypse?
What are the biggest future dangers faced by the western world? If asked that question, most people might mumble “terrorism”, “climate change”, “debt crisis” or “cybercrime”. But if Professor Dame...
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Letter: Coyote attacks becoming more bold
On Dec. 2, a friend of mine was in my backyard around 3 p.m. with her sheltie and my Westie, playing ball and having a wonderful time in the snow. It only took a moment and a coyote had latched onto...
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Pregnant pigs attacked by CROSSBOW weilding thugs...
Farmer Jimmy Butler has branded the attackers "worse than animals" and is worried the traumatised sows will lose their litters. Mr Butler, 66, of Blythburgh Free Range Pork, discovered the attack on...
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Slippery slope for US
Whenever people discuss where religious liberty should begin and end, I have a standard answer: It should begin in your heart, but end when it demands the compliance of people who don’t share your...
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12-Old Girl in Need of Urgent Support to Undergo ...
Ndiku Sarr, a 12-year-old girl and resident of Ebo-Town, is in dire need of help to undergo an overseas treatment. Ndiku is suffering from Rheumatic Heart Disease and severe mitral insufficiency,...
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Penicillin Test: Why Old-School Antibiotic may be...
Since she was a kid Jenna Oxley thought she was allergic to
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,” Jenna recalled. “I was just always automatically labeled as allergic to...
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As flu shots urged in Maine, alternative remedies...
PORTLAND, Maine — As a Maine winter approaches, the boats go into shrink-wrap and the signs for flu shots come out. “Did you get yours today?” While no one wants to fall prey to the winter scourge,...
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Those crunchy, foul-smelling invaders might save ...
Let it first be noted that I take a back seat to no man in my dislike of the Asian ladybug and my annoyance with the fine federal representatives who turned them loose here in what amounts to a...
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Electroconvulsive therapy in children
But we deny children access to convulsive therapy -- which often may be the only treatment that really sick children will respond to -- because they are children. This is ageism in reverse, and...
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USDA releases report from its Sheep 2011 study
USDA releases report from its Sheep 2011 study The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has released the third descriptive report from its Sheep 2011 study:...
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Apple Retreats to the Suburbs
Apple Inc.’s stunning new Campus 2 in Cupertino, California, will be one of Steve Jobs’ lasting legacies when completed in 2015. For better or worse, he was thinking differently to the end, striving...
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Health alert as superbug found in hospital water ...
All of the country's health boards have been alerted about the problem by the Scottish Government's infection control agency, Health Protection Scotland, after its estates department discovered the...
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