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Why looking at food could temporarily turn off cr...
Although scientists say the neurons would switch back on quickly, it could give dieters a small window where cravings stop and they could choose a healthier option. Dr Scott Sternson at the Howard...
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11 proven reasons why early birds are exceptional...
Despite the fact that I am a card-carrying night owl who routinely gets a lot of work done between 2:00 and 5:00 a.m., I do understand that some people are biologically wired to be most effective...
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Harder Hall buyer seeks more time to review purch...
SEBRING — A prospective buyer for Sebring’s historic Harder Hall needs more time before making a final decision, a city official said Monday. Assistant City Administrator Bob Hoffman said South...
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Lure of $20,000 reward led to charges in cop kill...
A lawyer for the man on trial in the killing of a Chicago police officer and a second victim told a Cook County jury Monday that the lure of a $20,000 reward led people to wrongly finger his client as...
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Heartland road projects for 4/28
Butler County, MO Route 53 in Butler County will be reduced to one lane as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform drainage repairs. This section of roadway is located between Route HH...
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Making Solar Cheaper, But At What Cost To Quality?
Solar energy—almost everyone wants it, but not everyone can afford it.Governor Andrew Cuomo is trying to change this with an energy initiative to reduce the cost of buying and installing solar panels....
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Computer cooling system could save U.S. $6.3 bill...
A patented passive cooling system for computer processors that's undergoing optimization at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) could save U.S. consumers more than $6.3 billion per year in...
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Pair Charged With Stealing Broward Fire Equipment
A pair of thieves are facing more than 100 charges combined in relation to a scheme to steal fire alarm control panels and wire copper from residences, police say. Courage appeared in court Monday...
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Washoe Deputies Warn of Phone Scam Targeting Elde...
Washoe Deputies Warn of Phone Scam Targeting ElderlyPosted: Monday, April 27, 2015 11:57 AM EDTUpdated: Monday, April 27, 2015 11:57 AM EDT On Saturday, the Sheriff's Office responded to the home of...
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A 'GPS' to navigate the brain's neuronal networks
For more than a century, neuroscientists have tried to uncover the structure of the brain's neuronal circuits in order to better understand how the brain works. These brain circuits, which perform...
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Paperwork Makes Solar Much More Expensive
Amazingly, it boils down to the difference between a one page incentive application in Germany for the installation of a standardized system that does not even require an inspection...compared to...
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Criminals steal 45,000 vehicles in 2014 because d...
All those sophisticated theft-prevention devices won’t save your car if you leave the keys inside, a lesson that more Americans are learning the hard way. U.S. car thefts with keys left inside jumped...
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Hackers make off with $200,000 in real estate sal...
Both the N.C. State Bar and the N.C. Attorney General's Office have sent out warnings across the state about a group of hackers involved in a scam to steal money from seller accounts involved in real...
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We're not stealing your electricity credit - ECG
General News of Monday, 27 April 2015 The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) has said it cannot be blamed for fast depletion of electricity credits consumers of prepaid meters buy to power their...
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New look for old South Phila. dairy
The Vonas purchased the structures in January 2001 and June 2004 for about $390,000. "The [side] courtyard was a staging area for milk deliveries," Anna Maria Vona said, walking over cobblestones as...
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Faster Hardwired Access
There is a small chance that the modem could be moved but you'd need to have a
schematic of the house to know if it's possible. And, even so, that won't improve internet speed. Your ISP sets...
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Ex Machina’ is the droid you’re looking for
Movie review: Ex Machina’ is the droid you’re looking for Posted Apr. 24, 2015 at 1:01 AM Come for the sci-fi. Stay for the humanity.With �Ex Machina,� writer-director Alex Garland (�28 Days...
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THine Releases One-Pair Solution for Full-HD Data...
TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--THine Electronics, Inc. (JASDAQ:6769), the global leader in high-speed serial interface and provider of mixed-signal LSI today announced its new 6 V-by-One®HS products,...
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Are male and female brains wired differently? Dr ...
SUFFERING from man flu? Imagine a future where man medicine is the cure. Dr Michael Mosley says that day may come. In Is Your Brain Male or Female? Mosley teams up with Professor Alice Roberts to...
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Violent 6.7-magnitude aftershock triggers more ch...
Earthquake death toll rises to 2,500 after 6.7-magnitude tremor triggers SECOND avalanche on Everest and sparks more devastation across Nepal WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT Aftershock hit region this...
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