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Irish Healing Soil

Irish Healing Soil

Researchers have found soil that is from the Boho Highlands of Fermanagh, Northern Ireland to help with killing some of the world’s deadliest superbugs.  The soil has some unknown strain of bacteria that produces antibiotics.  This healing soil has been ...
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The 10 Places to See Before You Die

The 10 Places to See Before You Die

If you are not among the idle rich and are not able to take the time off it takes to travel you may want to see these 10 places before you die. Emergency Room: you will get the real story ...
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Contribution limits for 2019-2020 federal elections

Contribution limits for 2019-2020 federal elections

Under the Federal Election Campaign Act (the Act), contributions are subject to limits. This page examines the rules concerning the limits placed on contributions to a candidate’s campaign. The limits apply to all types of contributions (except contributions made from ...
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Son of mugger makes amends

■    The 15-year-old son of an accused mugger met this week with his father's alleged victim to make amends. Christian Lunsford sought out Tona Herndon—who had her purse snatched while visiting her late husband's gravesite in Bethany, Okla.—after learning that ...
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Scientist Injects Himself With ‘Eternal Life’ Bacteria

Anatoli Brouchkov, a scientist whose curiosity and thirst for knowledge drove him to go beyond the standard protocol of his experimentation by injecting himself with an ancient "Eternal Life" bacteria. In 2009, a 3.5-million-year-old bacteria strain called Bacillus F was discovered deep ...
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Male Birth Control - Antarctica Journal News

Male Birth Control Pill

It is finally here – the Male Contraceptive Pill.  Male Birth Control Pill Expected to Start Human Trials in 2022. The new non-hormonal pill was 99 percent effective at preventing pregnancy in mice. The male birth control pill could offer ...
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Japanese robot can recognize human emotion

Meet "Pepper," said Richard Lawler in Engadget.com. Japanese telecom firm SoftBank unveiled a new, robot last week that it claims "can recognize human emotion" thanks to technology that allows it to "communicate through emotion, speech, or body language." Pepper is ...
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Complaining Rewires Your Brain for Negativity, Science Says

Why do people complain? Not to torture others with their negativity, surely. When most of us indulge in a bit of a moan, the idea is to "vent." By getting our emotions out, we reason, we'll feel better. But science suggests ...
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Boy’s eyes stolen

Linfen, China A suspected Chinese organ trafficker gouged out the eyes of a 6-year-old boy to steal the corneas for the black market. The boy was playing outside his house in Shanxi province last weekend when a woman kidnapped and ...
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Why the beach is a pitiful sight

Britain’s “decayed seaside resorts” have become a dumping ground for society’s outcasts, said Libby Purves. Towns like Blackpool, Margate, and Clacton-on-Sea were holiday destinations for generations of English families. But they began to decline in the 1970s, when package tours ...
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