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A Polish study concludes that the length of legs affect human perceptions of people. Longer leg lengths are more desirable and attractive, and associated with…
Thursday, 17 January 2008 08:10

FDA approves cloned animals for human food

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After studying over 700 studies over a six-year period and with an in-depth analysis never before performed,  the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves…
Wednesday, 16 January 2008 20:39

Bugs Bunny now eats Super Carrots

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A new genetically-engineered carrot has been developed by Baylor College and Texas A&M researchers that help eaters absorb much more calcium than a normal carrot.    
Thursday, 10 January 2008 19:15

Soot from traffic exhaust lowers IQ

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According to a recent Harvard Univesity study, the more exposure children have to black carbon (soot) from traffic fumes, the worse they do in intelligence tests.        
Tuesday, 08 January 2008 21:54

Should physicians participate in executions?

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A three-drug lethal injection used in the execution of death-row inmates is at the center of a debate concerning the Baze v. Rees case. A…
Based on an U.S. study, only about one-third of heart attacks treated in hospitals were handled promptly—within two minutes. Delays of over two minutes increase…
Thursday, 03 January 2008 20:38

Study shows cell phone users slow down commuters

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U.S. psychologist David Strayer concludes that motorists using cell phones slow down the flow of commuters: they drive slower and have slower reactions.               
Thursday, 03 January 2008 03:37

Illinois added to list of states to ban smoking

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On January 1, 2008, Illinois became a smoke-free state in all public areas. According to the organization Americans for Nonsmoker’s Rights, over 50% of U.S.…
Scientists are studying just how harmful artificially produced chemicals within common consumer products are to human health. Such products usually contain a mixture of chemicals…
U.S. researchers have found that mature but defective skin cells in mice can be reprogrammed to eliminate sickle-cell anemia. The process may in the future…

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