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An Algorithm That Predicts Blood Sugar Responses To Food

27 Nov 2015 in 1&Health

We’ve all had this annoying friend who can eat all the junk food he fancies without gaining weight. This unlikely blessing – which almost seems too good to be true – is now supported by…

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Efficient Buildings Key To Reduce Climate Change

27 Nov 2015 in 1&Environment

“The building sector is responsible for more than 30% of global energy demand and round about 20% of greenhouse gas emissions”, said Peter Graham from the Global Buildings Performance Network in Paris. Two examples of…

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Thailand: Constitution To Give Soldiers ‘License To Kill,’ Says HRW

26 Nov 2015 in 1&Social Issues

Thailand’s junta has proposed that the new constitution protect military personnel from prosecution for serious abuses, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday. The constitution drafters should reject the proposed de facto amnesty. Coup leader Prime Minister…

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Misguided Government Policies Cost Typical US Family Thousands Each Year

26 Nov 2015 in 1&Business

Citizens pay for the mistakes made by government, and it adds up to hundreds of billions of dollars a year.  Just 12 poor policy decisions by federal, state and local governments cost the average American…

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No Substantive Evidence For ‘Pause’ In Global Warming

26 Nov 2015 in 1&Environment

There is no substantive evidence for a ‘pause’ or ‘hiatus’ in global warming and the use of those terms is therefore inaccurate, new research from the University of Bristol, UK has found. The researchers, led…