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The Food and Drug Administration falsely blamed kratom for deaths that can instead be linked to other drugs, a suicide, tainted products, or other medical... [Read More]
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Lewis and Clark Community College Welding faculty members are leaders in their field. Currently, adjunct faculty Robert Lee serves as chair of the American... [Read More]
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Get the latest San Diego news. CBS News 8 is the local source for San Diego breaking news, top stories, weather, traffic, sports, entertainment and... [Read More]
With Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from TWU. Her clinical experience includes mild to severe traumatic brain injury, stroke, swallowing disorders, speech,... [Read More]
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Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and... [Read More]
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ABC FOX Montana provides local news, breaking news, weather, sports and information for Western and South Central Montana. Tune in to the ABC News at... [Read More]
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Climate Alarm Flames Out As Scientists Find Global Fires/Burned Area Has Sharply DECLINED Since 1910s by Kenneth Richard / Yesterday, 08:33 The purveyors of climate... [Read More]
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Dave Eggers's 2013 novel "The Circle" depicts a world where demands for "openness" annihilate privacy and personal autonomy, creating a dystopian nightmare. Public officials in... [Read More]
Spiegel Science Journalist Takes Climate Heat-Hysteria Head On: "Speculation"…"Time For A Cool Examination" http://notrickszone.com/2018/08/14/spiegel-science-journalist-takes-climate-heat-hysteria-head-on-speculation-time-for-a-cool-examination/ Give Der Spiegel credit for offering some balance in a debate... [Read More]
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 A group of students of India-held Kashmir (IHK) on Tuesday raised the Pakistani national flag on top of Srinagar's Islamia College of Science and Commerce... [Read More]
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Four researchers explain how working with colleagues overseas has helped them to produce stronger science. [Read More]
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Citizen science project expands to a collaborative effort studying the striking woodpeckers. [Read More]
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Anna P.M. Michel, a scientist in the applied ocean physics and engineering department at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, always wanted to be a scientist but... [Read More]
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Ken Wagner also plans to create more opportunities for teachers in hard-to-fill areas to be hired. Right now, Rhode Island has a difficult time finding... [Read More]
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The new Raymond C. Stewart Exercise Science Lab at Bridgeport High School is only about one month away from completion. [Read More]
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A celebration of art, history, and comic culture is coming back to Evansville later this month. The 2nd Annual Geek & Comic Con will be at... [Read More]
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With online dating becoming increasingly popular, users are now spoiled for choice about what platform to use to meet a potential love interest. There are... [Read More]
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If you've wanted to take the kids to the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, you can do it for free this weekend. [Read More]
It is interesting how a wake-up call works. Some people wake up. Others hit the snooze button. When Cynthia Rosenzwelg from NASA's climate impact group... [Read More]
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