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In Boston New Research May Change Fight Against Alzheimer’s Disease


New research could change fight against Alzheimer’s Disease. Some doctors will tell you that 2015 may be the most promising year ever for fighting Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. BOSTON —Some doctors will tell you that 2015 may be the most ...

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Study: No Link Between Oxytocin-Assisted Labor & ADHD


Mothers who get an extra boost during labor with the medication oxytocin don’t face a higher risk of having a child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a new study says. “Oxytocin has many functions, including affecting social interactions,” said Dr. Glen ...

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Stars Shine Brighter Using The New Nikon D810A Astrophotography DSLR


For those who enjoy taking photos of star-speckled night skies, Nikon is launching a specialty DSLR designed specifically for astrophotography – the first for a full-frame camera. The D810A is a modified version of the D810 ( Editors’ Choice), and isn’t ...

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CFIA Confirms Virus H5N1 Avian Flu In British Columbia


Canada reported an outbreak of the highly pathogenic bird flu virus H5N1 in British Columbia, the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) said on Monday. The outbreak was detected on Feb. 2 in a backyard poultry flock in the province ...

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Google Fiber Going To War With Other Wireless Carriers?


Two years ago, AT&T had a nice deal with Starbucks. The telecom company provided Wi-Fi to 7,000 of the coffee chain’s outlets, a contract won in 2008. Then, suddenly, in July 2013, it’s Starbucks contract was put away. The new provider ...

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Study Shows: Fewer Drunk Drivers But More Drug Use On The Road


(WASHINGTON) – The number of drivers on the road with alcohol in their systems has declined by nearly 1/3 since 2007, but there has been a large increase in drivers using marijuana and other illegal drugs, a government report released found. ...

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WARNING: Wireless Hacking Could Get Your Car Stolen


Washington– Millions of vehicles are vulnerable to hacking through wireless technologies that could jeopardize driver safety and privacy, a report released late Sunday says. As cars and trucks grow increasingly connected through wireless networks and become more dependent on sophisticated electronic systems, ...

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Virginia Tech Students Demo Humanoid Robot “SAFFiR” On US Navy ship

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A group of the US engineering students has created a firefighting robot that may help sailors fight fires at sea. The SAFFiR (Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot) humanoid robot has been developed by Terrestrial Robotics Engineering and Controls Lab and Extreme ...

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Why Do Men And Women Like Cleavage? — ‘The Why’

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Welcome to the newest edition of The Why.  “Why Do Men And Women Like Cleavage?” you ask?  Good question. Some might think that’s an obvious question, like, why do people enjoy sex? Well, the answers may surprise you.  There are ...

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