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Hospira’s Non-Opioid Painkiller Dyloject Now FDA-Approved


Hospira, Inc. (NYSE: HSP), the world’s leading provider of injectable drugs and infusion technologies, and a global leader in biosimilars, has received approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Dyloject (diclofenac sodium) Injection, a proprietary nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory ...

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Monarch Butterfly Considered For Endangered Species List

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering whether the iconic monarch butterfly should be listed under the Endangered Species Act. Photo/Flickr

  The monarch butterfly is in line for possible protection under the Endangered Species Act. “The use of Roundup has really skyrocketed in the past couple decades along with the increased planting of Roundup-ready corn and soybeans,” said Sarina Jepsen ...

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China Blocks Access To All Gmail Servers


Looks like China’s internet censorship authorities seem to have waited until the day after Christmas to block all remaining access to Gmail, the popular Google email service, to Internet users in China. “Welcome to China. Get used to it, it ...

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AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Most Likely At ‘Bottom Of The Sea’

This photograph from April 2014 shows Indonesia AirAsia’s Airbus A320-200 PK-AXC in the air near Jakarta Soekarno–Hatta International Airport.

The missing AirAsia plane, flight QZ8501, carrying 162 people is likely at the bottom of the sea, Indonesia’s rescue chief says. Indonesia will continue it’s sea and aerial search at first light on Monday. National Search and Rescue chief Henry ...

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Monkey Saves His Mate At Train Station After Electrocution


NEW DELHI –A Tail of Bravery!  Bystanders at a train station in northern India watched in complete shock as a monkey using all his powers to bring back to life another monkey who was electrocuted and fell unconscious on the train tracks. ...

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Minneapolis Internet Speed Kicks Butt


Minneapolis is gearing up to be the first U.S. city to boast 10 GBPS of Internet, which will also give it the distinction of having the quickest residential connection worldwide. “The launch of our 10 GBPS Internet service will make ...

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NASA Captures The Holidays From Space (Video)

A screenshot from a NASA video shows holiday lights from space. NASA/YOUTUBE

NASA shared a look from space at severe weather developing over the Gulf Coast of the United States. In the weeks leading up to the holiday, it has also shared video of a solar flare and of Christmas lights as ...

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Sam The Dog Survives 15 Story Fall From High Rise Apartment Building

Sam, the dog/ SacramentoNews

A 13 year old dog is alive tonight after falling 15 stories from one of the tallest apartment buildings in Sacramento. Call it a miracle or just doggone good luck. “He went off that far corner of the balcony,” said Bill ...

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Unapproved Drug By FDA, Perflubron, Saves Baby’s Life

Tatiana Saiaana, 4 months old, is now home for Christmas and breathing easier thanks to a life-saving drug that's not currently approved by the FDA.

Parents of a newborn in Seattle, Washington, received the best Christmas gift of all. Just a few weeks ago, Elise and Bruce Saiaana thought they’d lose their daughter Tatiana, who was born four months ago in critical condition. At her ...

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Oldest Stone Tool Sheds Light On Movements Of Ancient Humans

Scientists have just discovered the oldest stone tool ever in Turkey, a find that's shedding light on the movements of early humans in the area, a new study says. (Photo : University of Royal Holloway London)

Scientists have just discovered the oldest stone tool ever in Turkey, a find that’s shedding light on the movements of early humans in the area, a new study says. “This discovery is critical for establishing the timing and route of ...

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