You can start a job and learn to love it later

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Contrary to popular wisdom, you don’t have to fall in love at first sight with a potential job. There’s more than one way to get a passion for your work. “The good news is that we can choose to change More...

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Exercise may not boost brains of frail elderly

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Studies often show older adults find cognitive benefit from exercise, but a new study finds frail older adults gain no such benefit from moderate physical activity. The study works More...

Does vaping prep teens for lifelong addiction?

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Teens who use e-cigarettes are more likely than their non-vaping peers to start using other products like cigarettes, cigars, and hookahs, according to new research. The reason More...

Obesity makes breast tissue stiff and scarred

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Physical change in the consistency of breast tissue may explain why obese women have a higher risk of breast cancer. Researchers found evidence in mice and women that obesity More...

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You can start a job and learn to love it later

Contrary to popular wisdom, you don’t have to fall in love at first sight with a potential job. There’s more than one way to get a passion for your work. “The good news is More...

The Ground Rules for Building Custom Software

No two businesses can have same business module at all stages. There is always a set of differences between tow companies of the same domain. For this vary reason, these companies More...

Survivors tell harrowing tales of fight for air on "boat of death" off Libya

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PALERMO, Italy, Aug 28 (UNHCR) – Abdel pushed his face up to the cracks between the wooden floorboards, gasping for air. Next More...

UNHCR viewpoint: ‘Refugee’ or ‘migrant’ – Which is right?

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GENEVA, Aug 27 (UNHCR) – With almost 60 million people forcibly displaced globally and boat crossings of the More...

military_surgeon_1170 Augmented reality guides surgeons on the battlefield

Researchers are developing an “augmented reality telementoring” system that could provide effective support to surgeons on...

sad_smartphone_1170 How smartphones can worsen blue feelings

People who swap electronic interaction for the real-life human kind find little if any satisfaction, a...

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Automation can unnerve some people, and the automation of art has a special power to offend...

A third of vaping parents don’t lock up liquid

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E-cigarettes have grown much more popular in the United States in recent years, and calls to poison centers More...

Bright screens keep kids awake on school nights

Light from tablets or phones in the hour before bed can significantly disrupt sleep time for kids, particularly those between the..

Why the words ‘pink eye’ make parents panic

The same terms can mean very different things to physicians and to parents—especially when it comes to discussing “pink eye.” At..

A Few Things You Should Know before Going to Peru

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Many South American countries, including Peru, seem to have been untouched by the passing of time. People still More...

The Allure of a Package Holiday in a DIY World

Do-it-yourself holidays have become a way for independent adventurers to explore the world in their own way. Researching and booking separate..

A Brief Travel Guide to the City of London

London is a world-renowned city and one of the most visited places in the world. It is the central hub of..

Tips for Taking Your Kids Camping for the First Time

Kids camping If you really love camping and you’ve been doing it for a long time, you are probably aching to bring your..

Hidden ice blamed for crazy crater on Mars

Mars_1170 A “crazy-looking” crater on Mars caught the attention of scientists. A simple calculation cleared up how it got its strange shape, but also..