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Looking at Deep Red Light for Just Minutes a Day Significantly Improves Declining Eyesight

Looking at Deep Red Light for Just Minutes a Day Significantly Improves Declining Eyesight

Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led ...
Common Fireworks Emit Toxic Metals Into the Air – Damage Human Cells and Animal Lungs

Common Fireworks Emit Toxic Metals Into the Air – Damage Human Cells and Animal Lungs

Some of America’s favorite Independence Day fireworks emit lead, copper, and other toxins, a new study suggests. These metals, which ...

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How Berkshire Hathaway May Have Been Snookered in Germany

How Berkshire Hathaway May Have Been Snookered in Germany

FRANKFURT — Only a few weeks after Berkshire Hathaway bought what looked like an upstanding example of German engineering prowess, ...
It Paid Doctors Kickbacks. Now, Novartis Will Pay a $678 Million Settlement.

It Paid Doctors Kickbacks. Now, Novartis Will Pay a $678 Million Settlement.

It picked up the tab at Daniel and Peter Luger, but the inducements for doctors didn’t end with those New ...

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75 years ago: When Szilard tried to halt dropping atomic bombs over Japan

75 years ago: When Szilard tried to halt dropping atomic bombs over Japan

As this troubled summer rolls along, and the world begins to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the creation, and use, ...
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Many US July 4 Fireworks, Festivities Canceled Due to Coronavirus

Many US July 4 Fireworks, Festivities Canceled Due to Coronavirus

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA - Independence Day is one of America’s favorite holidays and celebrated with a bang.  But most of the ...
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Trailing in Polls, Trump Reprises 'The Lone Warrior'

Trailing in Polls, Trump Reprises ‘The Lone Warrior’

WHITE HOUSE - Amid plummeting poll numbers and mounting pressure over his handling of the pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests ...
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Buried in N.J.’s Budget Cuts: a Break for a Billionaire

Buried in N.J.’s Budget Cuts: a Break for a Billionaire

New Jersey lawmakers passed a stopgap three-month budget this week that included $4 billion in cuts. The temporary spending plan ...
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Looking at Deep Red Light for Just Minutes a Day Significantly Improves Declining Eyesight

Looking at Deep Red Light for Just Minutes a Day Significantly Improves Declining Eyesight

Staring at a deep red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve declining eyesight, finds a new UCL-led ...
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Meghan Markle Felt 'Unprotected' During Her Pregnancy, New Court Documents Claim

Meghan Markle Felt ‘Unprotected’ During Her Pregnancy, New Court Documents Claim

Meghan Markle allegedly felt "unprotected by the institution" when it came to defending herself in the British press. New court documents ...
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How Berkshire Hathaway May Have Been Snookered in Germany

How Berkshire Hathaway May Have Been Snookered in Germany

FRANKFURT — Only a few weeks after Berkshire Hathaway bought what looked like an upstanding example of German engineering prowess, ...
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Geoffrey Rush Wins Court Battle in Defamation Case Against Australian Newspaper

Geoffrey Rush Wins Court Battle in Defamation Case Against Australian Newspaper

The Daily Telegraph has lost an appeal in Australian court, and will soon be paying out a record amount to ...
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Common Fireworks Emit Toxic Metals Into the Air – Damage Human Cells and Animal Lungs

Common Fireworks Emit Toxic Metals Into the Air – Damage Human Cells and Animal Lungs

Some of America’s favorite Independence Day fireworks emit lead, copper, and other toxins, a new study suggests. These metals, which ...
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Zendaya, Yalitza Aparicio, Constance Wu and More Stars Invited to Join the Academy

Zendaya, Yalitza Aparicio, Constance Wu and More Stars Invited to Join the Academy

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is embracing and championing diversity in a bigger way than ever before ...
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Seven Oklahoma Sooners football players test positive for COVID-19, seven more had active cases before testing

Seven Oklahoma Sooners football players test positive for COVID-19, seven more had active cases before testing

NORMAN, Okla. — Out of the 111 Oklahoma Sooners football players who were tested recently for the coronavirus, seven tested positive ...
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Kansas State president shares plans to combat racism at the school after football team's threat to boycott

Kansas State president shares plans to combat racism at the school after football team’s threat to boycott

Kansas State University on Wednesday outlined plans to fight racial injustice on campus, days after the football team threatened a ...
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