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  • Ebola may have mutated and become harder to detect and treat
    Ebola may have mutated and become harder to detect and treat
    Vaccines for the dreaded Ebola Virus are now in the testing stages. The Virus is said to have claimed more than 22,000 lives and is being called the worst the medical community has seen. West Africa's Sierra Leone logged the highest number of...
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    Easter Island mystery solved: Partial answer given to what happened on island
    An Easter Island mystery may have partially been solved. According to a report from Fox News on Wednesday (Jan. 28), a previous theory that the arrival of Europeans caused the decline of population on the island may have been misconstrued....
  • UN discusses Palestinian issues
    UN emissary criticizes lax Hamas security at Gaza compound rally
    On Wednesday in Jerusalem a statement noted that the United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Robert Serry was “outraged” that Hamas did not supply adequate security for a preplanned protest at the United...
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    The 4th Annual Triple Play Fit Family Challenge comes to Miami
    Imagine you and your family take a fun-filled trip to a beautiful locale. There, your clan sails through through exciting fitness routines, excels in a quiz show, and races around inside giant hamster balls. More than 200 families competed for a...
  • Ain't Going to Let Nobody turn us around
    US celebrates the life of Dr. King
    Looking back almost 50 years later, Americans celebrate the gift to America of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts paid tribute during the ABC broadcast of the morning news show for Monday, Jan. 19,...
  • Kamero Segal, a Southern California real estate tycoon, was shot in a Rolls-Royce similar to this one survived because to the car's thick glass.
    Rolls-Royce is credited with saving the life of a real estate mogul
    The thick glass on a $300,000 Rolls-Royce may have saved the life of a prominent real estate mogul when he was shot in the prestigious British luxury car, according to ABC News on Monday. The victim, Kameron Segal. was on his way to downtown Los...
  • Computer beats critics in picking great movies
    Computer beats critics in picking great movies
    Movies that stand the test of time are not the movies that critics love. Critics fail miserably in picking lasting movies compared to an objective computer method created by Luís Amaral and colleagues at the Institute on Complex Systems at...
  • 2014 confirmed as warmest year on record
    NASA and NOAA confirm 2014 was Earth’s warmest year on record
    In 2014 the Earth experienced its warmest year on record according to two independent analyses released to the public on Friday by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...
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    Dr. Garth Graham fights to bring quality healthcare to underserved communities
    It's no secret: the American healthcare system is undoubtedly lacking in some areas. Every day, all across the country, various circumstances prevent Americans from receiving the medical care they need. Some are the working poor, others have...
  • UNHCR calls for greater aid for Syrian refugees
    UN refugee chief calls for increased aid for Syrian refugees
    On Wednesday in Amman, Jordan United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) António Guterres called for greater economic aid in 2015 for Syrian families displaced from their homes and living as refugees in neighboring counties due to the...
  • Robot Maid
    Innovative robotics advances in 2015
    The development of robotics has come a long way since people manually turned on their televisions to watch, “The Jetsons.” While there might not be a robotic maid in every home this year, there are promising robotics advances being...
  • Shanee Edwards and Diane K. Newman
    Shanee Edwards and Diane K. Newman work together to fight overactive bladder
    It's a common scenario: You're in a dark movie theater, glued to the giant screen during a pivotal scene. And then, at the worst possible moment, you have to urinate. You have no choice but to stumble awkwardly over an endless row of legs...
  • With great market potential, chip companies must emphasize global 3G, 4G markets
    With great market potential, chip companies must emphasize global 3G, 4G markets
    There is no doubt that we are in the middle of the golden age for the 4G LTE market.An array of industry analysts have pegged the market to be worth approximately $11 billion in 2012. Many of these same industry experts predict profound growth to...
  • Great White Shark South Africa photo
    Great White shark attacks, kills teen in western Australia
    A 17-year-old out spear-fishing at Cheynes Beach in Western Australia was killed this weekend, the victim of a Great White shark authorities are saying. The shark attacked two men, according to reports, the teen suffering a deadly bite to his leg...
  • Argentina's werewolf legend got mixed up with its presidential adoption tradition
    Legends get mixed up in Argentina werewolf story
    It was widely reported that the President of Argentina adopted a child who was a seventh son in an attempt to keep him from turning into a werewolf. Well, that’s one of those stories that’s kind of right and kind of not right....