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Motive for Iranian student's killing a mystery
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Al-Nour Party dismisses MP for false assault claims
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New videogame controllers may tug at the skin on your thumbs to enhance the game.
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Johnson & Johnson recalls Tylenol again
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Girl survives after swallowing 37 magnets - Toronto Star
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By Laura Zuckerman Three young people have been hospitalized with kidney failure and a dozen others sickened in Casper, Wyoming, in an outbreak linked to a batch of the designer drug Spice, authorities said on Friday. Hank the cat is running for Senate ...
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March 5, 2012 — Girls who consumed the most vitamin D had the lowest risk for stress fractures, but dairy consumption did not reduce the risk, and calcium actually increased it, according to results from a new study published online March 5 in the ...
PHILADELPHIA, March 5 (UPI) -- US physicians should screen for colorectal cancer in average risk adults at age 50 and older and high risk adults at the age of 40, new guidance advise. The American College of Physicians issued a new guidance statement ...
Study describes pros and cons of antidepressant use in pregnancy - Los Angeles Times
Some women with depression who become pregnant face a troubling decision: whether to continue taking antidepressant medication
Putin makes presence felt on Moscow's streets
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High Court To Reconsider Major Human Rights Ruling
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Former Matie tells of plan to rape, murder ex
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Mama Sarah Obama injured in auto accident
$41 for a 3-second voicemail? Troops sound off over waystation phones
In India, oversight lacking in outsourced drug trials
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VIDEO: Scott Walker Pledged to Negotiate with Unions—Then "Dropped the Bomb" on Them
Rescuing the Frog
Molasses, the viscosity of “natural bitumen”, and the FQD
NASA's THEMIS Satellite Sees a Great Electron Escape
When scientists discovered two great swaths of radiation encircling Earth in the 1950s, it spawned over-the-top fears about "killer electrons" and...
Stop this Absurd War on the Color Pink
Treading Lightly on the Planet
The New Mediterranean Oil and Gas Bonanza
Two Malaysian books up for award
Community Briefiing: Austin police warn about yardwork scam targeting seniors; Georgetown's Citizen Police Academy taking applications
Too Bad: SXSW Shuts Down Useful App For Finding New Bands You'd Like
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250 protesters, including opposition leaders detained in Moscow
Turkey keeps France sanctions despite court ruling on "genocide" bill
Turkey has decided to keep sanctions on France it imposed after French assembly endorsed a bill making it a crime to deny the so-called "Armenian...
Analysts: Iran sanctions unlikely to force regime change
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Scandinavian trees 'survived last Ice Age'
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