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  • Eyeball
    Now you see it: How vision is just an illusion
    A new study debunks the popular belief that our eyes see the world in sharp detail, reported ScienceDaily yesterday. Researchers at Bielefeld University investigated the science behind visionary processes, finding that our nervous system uses past...
  • Dow Jones rallying over 200 points October 8, 2014
    IL Economics Association 44th Annual Meeting
    The Illinois Economics Association Presents:Illinois Economics Association 44th Annual MeetingThe annual conference brings together academics, economists and researchers from around the state of Illinois as they present their recent research to...
  • Rock the Block for Breast Cancer Awareness
    What's new for 'Breast Cancer Awareness 2014?'
    Some people may wonder when enough Cancer Awareness is enough. Every September and October there's a gigantic push and support worldwide getting people involved in sharing information, education, products, services, and healthcare options and...
  • UCLA stem cell researcher honored for cancer research
    UCLA stem cell researcher honored for cancer research
    On October 10, UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center member announced that Lili Yang, PhD has received a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director’s New Innovator Award of $2.3 million. The grant was given in recognition of her...
  • Are You Looking for Grandma's Husband?
    Are you looking for Grandma's Husband?
    Are you looking for Grandma’s husband? In this article, you will discover census records for Grandma Emma Warner who lives in Accomack County, Virginia in 1940. You can follow along in search of her husband.Here is what the family group...
  • Best exercise for the biceps
    The best exercise for the biceps
    While you may think that there is only one way to work out the biceps, recent research by the American Council on Exercise (ACE) studied 8 of the most popular bicep exercises to find which one truly comes up trumps when it comes to working the...
  • Titania and Bottom
    Study says dreams get stranger later at night
    According to new research, our dreams become stranger and more Lovecraftian late at night. The study, which was published in the journal Dreaming, demonstrates that the content of our dreams changes throughout the night, yielding longer, weirder...
  • Don’t let rheumatoid arthritis get you down
    Don’t let rheumatoid arthritis get you down
    An indispensable book for sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis and their families is now available. In the third edition of Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Tammi L. Shlotzhauer. M.D. describes new findings about causes and treatments, including:...
  •  Anti-Obamacare protesters
    How the left regards aging, as opposed to how science views it
    Two articles that ran on Wednesday in the Atlantic reveal, in stark terms, how the left regards aging as opposed to how science does. Ezekiel J. Emmanuel suggests that he would not (and by implication you should not) want to live past the age of...
  • 7 Reasons You Are Not Finding Your Ancestor
    Seven Reasons You Are Not Finding Your Ancestor
    Genealogy research can be quite challenging when you are not able to find documentation on your ancestor. Before you get too stressed or throw in the towel, go through the following reasons that could be standing in your way:1. You have not...
  • Lassie the Dog
    Dog movies drive us to chase after certain breeds
    New research suggests that fashion often outweighs function when it comes to purchasing a new dog. The study, published Thursday in PLOS ONE, demonstrates how movies have a substantial effect on the popularity of certain dog breeds. Researchers...
  • Dissertations in colleges
    A few tips how to choose the right topic for your dissertation
    Dissertation or thesis topic determines the direction of your futures researches, as the degree seeker, for next 3-4 years. In addition, your successful thesis defense depends on the right choice of topic. So, this matter must be taken very...
  • Navigating your eMagazine 0914
    eMagazine lookup service starts up at Oceanside library
    San Diegans can look up digital magzines at the "world's largest newsstand." Online, at Oceanside Public Library, in the city's Civic Center, 330 N Coast Highway, library users can use Zinio for Libraries.Multi-user magazine...
  • Decision Making Model
    Career decisions made easier
    Please remember to click on the subscribe button to keep receiving pertinent information regarding your job search. Also, please feel free to email me if you have any questions you would like answered, at erica.l.jamieson@gmail.com. If you would...
  • Of mice and brains: how rhythm affects brain function
    Of mice and brains: how rhythm affects brain function
    Scientists have definitively discovered that certain rhythms, when perceived by the correct area of the brain at the correct time, can increase perception and attention in laboratory mice.While that might not sound like a huge accomplishment, it...