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Girls are Bearing the Brunt of a Rise in US Cyberbullying
Girls are Bearing the Brunt of a Rise in US Cyberbullying
AP SEATTLE – Rachel Whalen remembers feeling gutted in high school when a former friend would mock her online postings,
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Human Body 'Close to Thermal Limits' due to Extreme Heatwaves caused by Climate C1hange, Scientist Says
Human Body ‘Close to Thermal Limits’ due to Extreme Heatwaves caused by Climate C1hange, Scientist Says
The Independent Extreme global temperatures are pushing the human body “close to thermal limits”, according to a climate scientist. Record-breaking
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Study Finds Possible Link between Sugary Drinks and Cancer
Study Finds Possible Link between Sugary Drinks and Cancer
Reuters LONDON: People who drink a lot of sugary drinks have a higher risk of developing cancer, although the evidence
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Scientists Close in on Blood Test for Alzheimer’s
Scientists Close in on Blood Test for Alzheimer’s
AP LOS ANGELES: Scientists are closing in on a long-sought goal — a blood test to screen people for possible
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Fuel Leak Halted Blastoff for Indian Rocket: Reports
Fuel Leak Halted Blastoff for Indian Rocket: Reports
AFP SRIHARIKOTA, India: A fuel leak in the rocket engine forced India to abort the launch of its landmark Moon
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Man’s Best Friend: The Dogs who Sniff out Explosives in Kabul
Man’s Best Friend: The Dogs who Sniff out Explosives in Kabul
AFP KABUL: Naya, a three-year-old Belgian Malinois, focuses intently as she leaps over hurdles and zooms through tunnels on an
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Pastor Confirmed with Ebola as Disease Spreads in DR Congo
Pastor Confirmed with Ebola as Disease Spreads in DR Congo
AFP GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo: The first case of Ebola has been confirmed in Goma, the biggest city to
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Advanced Nuclear Reactors Hold Promise of Clean Energy for Gulf Countries
Advanced Nuclear Reactors Hold Promise of Clean Energy for Gulf Countries
Caline Malek DUBAI: Saudi Arabia will be one of a handful of countries expected to receive state-of-the-art advanced nuclear reactors from China
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Overpopulation Remains One of the Greatest Threats to Global Stability
Overpopulation Remains One of the Greatest Threats to Global Stability
Sinem Cengiz Thursday was World Population Day. It has been celebrated on July 11 every year since 1989, when it
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