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The Fight for the Air Conditioner: How World Leaders Are Stopping These Systems in Their Tracks

As of right now, there are over 300 bills waiting for Senate action. One bill, however, has been deemed so important that it has gotten the attention ...
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Dementia Could Be Diagnosed Using Bomb Detection Technology

Although one in three seniors passes away with Alzheimer’s Disease or another form of dementia, there’s still quite a lot we don’t k...
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Artificial Bone Made With 3D Printer May Be Next Major Medical Breakthrough

Scientists have developed a new artificial bone that can be designed and produced with a 3D printer. Now, experts are saying that it could be the next...
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Study: One in Three Fatal Motorcycle Accidents Caused By Alcohol

A new study in Ireland has found that one in three fatal motorcycle accidents is due to excessive alcohol consumption before driving. Nearly half of t...
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Cows in Fukushima Radiation Zone Become Tools for Scientific Research

Approximately one in every 15 U.S. homes is estimated to contain radon levels above the action level set forth by the EPA, but no home in the U.S. has...
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Companies Are Experimenting With Paid Vacation and Seeing Surprising Results

Approximately 37% of families reported that vacations made them happier. Fortunately, companies are beginning to recognize just how important vacation...
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Study Suggests Trophy Hunting Can Actually Help Preserve Lion Population

It may be a difficult concept for animal-lovers to accept, but a recent study has shown that trophy hunting may actually help preserve existing lion p...
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Heating Malfunction at Canadian Kennel Kills 14 Dogs

A heating malfunction at a Canadian pet daycare and boarding facility led to the death of 14 dogs last Saturday. According to the Saskatchewan kennel,...
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Despite Pollution, China Could Take the Lead in Global Sustainability

Teflon was first applied to cookware in the late 1950s by a French engineer named Marc Gregoire, and since then, it’s taken off. However, some o...
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Bans on Direct Auto Sales Inconvenience Consumers

Tesla has to fight Missouri lawmakers, yet again, in order to continue business in the state. On Aug. 31, a judge ruled that Tesla can no longer bypas...