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  • Love Has No Labels campaign may show the most open minded that there's a bit of bias within!
    Love Has No Labels campaign: Skeletons in your closet exposed in bias challenge
    The Love Has No Labels campaign challenges your personal bias and once you’ve viewed the campaign’s video you may surprise yourself. You may walk away from the Love Has No Labels video realizing that you do have some hidden bias even...
  • New x-ray radar: Can police peer right into your home? New technology raises flags
    New X-ray radar: Officers can look into US homes, radar an invasion of privacy?
    Is new X-ray radar enabling law enforcement agencies to effectively peer inside U.S. homes? A startling new report from MSN News this Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, reveals that over 50 patrol groups use radar technology which can help them look into...
  • dog Xray
    My dog really ate my homework, here's the x-ray proof
    On Monday, Dec. 15, a high school student in Magnolia, Texas, tried to tell her teacher that the reason she didn't have her homework was because her dog ate it. At first her teacher thought she was joking. But this time, it really was the case...
  • Breast cancer detection technology breakthrough
    New technology breakthrough allow doctors to detect breast cancer with 3D X-rays
    A recent development in medical technology called breast tomosynthesis allows doctors to see breast tissue in 3D in a way never before possible.The innovation from Hologic helps discover breast cancer at its earliest stages, when it is most...
  • A new X-ray gun is a high-tech weapon that can fight crime
    X-ray gun: Weapon of the future? Gun can detect drugs and bombs to fight crime
    An X-ray gun is a genuine weapon of the future, as police officers across the nation are soon said to have access to this futuristic scanner. The hi-tech gun is said to be able to detect a variety of possible threats, including other guns, illegal...
  • 3-D printing
    Congress mulls over renewing plastic gun ban
    With 3-D printers able to produce plastic weapons so easily, the Republican-led House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to renew a 25-year old ban on weapons that can evade X-ray machines and metal detectors.The House bill easily passed on a...
  • Eucalyptus Trees are the newest indicators of gold's presence in a region.
    Eucalyptus Trees are Cost-Effective Indicators of Gold Deposits
    While money doesn't grow on trees as the adage says, gold, by contrast, does! Recently a group of scientists from Down Under have discovered that gold has been naturally incorporated into a living organism. Australian researchers from the...
  • Elderly Woman Holding Cane
    Understanding osteopenia: Risks and ways to prevent osteoporosis
    People diagnosed with osteopenia need to be aware they are at a greater risk of developing a very low bone mineral density (BMD), which may eventually lead to osteoporosis.Osteopenia is categorized as having a lower than normal BMD. However, it is...
  • X-ray / Schizoid double feature
    Shout Factory brings X-Ray / Schizoid double feature to Blu-ray
    After Shout Factory, the leading provider of many memorable cult movie classics launched its newest series under Scream Factory they have been churning out the classics. The latest to be delivered to Blu-ray for the first time is the double...
  • Savanna, an Ohio pug
    Bladder stones can cause your dog great discomfort
    Savanna, an Alliance, Ohio area Pug, was having some trouble urinating and at times passing blood in her urine. She was treated for a bladder infection at first but when the blood came back, her owner returned to the vet with her for an x-ray. It...
  • X-ray laser
    X-ray laser reaches 3.6 million degrees
    The SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have a powerful laser capable of reaching extraordinary temperatures. When they fired their high powered x-ray laser at a sample of aluminum it generated temperatures of 3.6 million degrees Fahrenheit, that...
  • Pen survives 25 year in woman’s stomach
    Pen survives 25 years in woman’s stomach
    Many have heard the Timex slogan “takes a licking and keeps on ticking,” but how about a pen lodged in a woman’s stomach for 25 years that still works. The unusual case, which was published in the British Medical Journal,...
  • Are X-ray and CT radiation scans over-exposing our children?
    Are X-ray and CT radiation scans over-exposing our children?
    From identifying breaks in bones and injuries to various internal organs, to measuring the density of bone in evaluating osteoporosis, to detecting or confirming tumors, to helping diagnose pneumonia and heart diseases, X-ray and CT scans have...
  • Airport body scanners:  radiation hazard update
    Airport body scanners: radiation hazard update
    Currently, 385 body scanners are in place at 65 U.S. airports including Los Angeles International (LAX). Opposition to the scanners is based on radiation exposure, invasion of privacy, or both. Many are not aware that two types of technologies are...
  • Government announces free x-rays, breast examinations
    Government announces free x-rays, breast examinations
    The federal Health and Human Services cabinet (HHS) announced today that the government has begun enforcement of one of the lesser-known provisions of the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (popularly known as ObamaCare). Agents of the...
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