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New gene may predict Alzheimer’s timing

Brittany @ July 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

According to HealthDay News, U.S. researchers have discovered a gene that may be able to predict a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and the age at which a person may begin to show symptoms. The gene is known as TOMM40 and could predict the age of a person when Alzheimer’s begins to set in […]

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U.S. not alone in “crapper” economy

Brittany @ July 12, 2009 # No Comment Yet

The toilet, or more aptly described “crapper” state of our economy at the present time is certainly not something that lifts many American spirits. For sake of the old adage “misery loves company,” I think I may have found something that might bring some cheer in this time of economic recession depression, or at least […]

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17-year-old charged as adult in hit-and-run

andrea @ July 12, 2009 # One Comment

I’ll admit it. I hit an armadillo last week while I was…texting. I know, I know. Bad idea. “It could have been a person,” I thought. Until I looked in the mirror to see what it was. Still, the remainder of the night I continued to think about, “What if it had been a person?” […]

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Little Lady Liberty decapitated on YouTube

Brittany @ July 11, 2009 # No Comment Yet

A 200-pound copy of the Lady Liberty was stolen less than a month ago from a coffee shop in Brooklyn called Vox Pop. The same statue just resurfaced, this time, on YouTube in a disturbing video that shows someone decapitating her blindfolded head, and smashing the side of her face in with a metal ball […]

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Google’s new grill: Chrome is in

Rob @ July 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Google announced last year that Android would be revolutionary in the way that operating systems worked, and with its phone release, it showed promise.   It seems that even with the warm reception, Google has gone with the majority of the population in saying, So what?  As a results, Android has become a thing of […]

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Obama speaks of social evolution in repressed Russia

Rob @ July 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Obama has a difficult task ahead of him in repairing relations with Russia.   Since World War II, Russia and the United States haven’t been the best of friends, spending several decades in a Cold War until Reagan knocked a brick from a wall and the Soviet Union came crashing down.  Obama has vowed to […]

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McNair killed by his own bad choices

andrea @ July 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

No doubt about it, the death of anyone is an unfortunate thing. Some people die from chance or old age, and some bring it upon themselves. Take for example Steve McNair. McNair, 36, was quarterback for the Tennessee Titans for the majority of his career. He was married to Mechelle McNair and they have four […]

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North Korean cyber terrorism

Rob @ July 9, 2009 # No Comment Yet

North Korea has been in the news quite frequently the last few years.  With the nuclear weapons inspections and then the successful test of a nuclear bomb, Kim Jong Il’s failing health, the suspecting proliferation of nuclear material, its long range missile program to its current spat…to a cyber terrorism attack launched against the United […]

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King of Pop can’t rest in peace without a place to rest

Brittany @ July 9, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Michael Jackson’s been gone more than two weeks now, the memorial service held in his honor at the downtown Staples Center arena having taken place yesterday, and there’s still no sign as to when he’ll finally be able to rest in peace. In all honesty, he really can’t. At least not as of now, the […]

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Government on liver protection warpath

Rob @ July 8, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Back in May, Hydroxycut was nailed with a recall that sent the supplement market scrambling to make sure it didn’t fall under the ever inconsistent eye of the FDA.  The problem then was liver failure. A month later, the FDA launched another report that sent the over-the-counter market scrambling, but in a much different way.

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