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No More Monkey Business in the Name Research
Science & Tech  (tags: abuse, AnimalCruelty, AnimalWelfare, animalcruelty, animaladvocates, cruelty, death, endangered, ethics, habitat, humans, investigation, killing, law, protection, rescued, sadness, slaughter, society, suffering, Body-Mind-Spirit, disease, drugs, envi )

Susan
- 1995 days ago - news.scotsman.com
The latest EU figures show 10,451 primates - our closest living relatives - were used in the EU in 2005 for research, drug development and safety testing. Around 3125 primates were used in the UK...
Berlin Tribute to the Germans Who Saved Jews
Science & Tech  (tags: history, nazi, jews, ethics, death, dishonesty, violence, archaeology )

Marty
- 1999 days ago - 217.204.41.132
A unique museum honouring Germans who helped persecuted Jews stay alive under the Nazi tyranny has opened in Berlin. The Silent Heroes Memorial Centre is the first of its kind dedicated to individuals who helped to hide, feed and care for people
Human Body : Pushing The Limits - Brain Power( Part 1 of 4 ) ~ MUST SEE   video
Science & Tech  (tags: human brain, data, emergency response, fight or flight, research, design, GeneticEngineering, health, investigation, medicine, NewTechnology, science, adrenoline, blood diverted, life, death, stress )

Gregory
- 2078 days ago - youtube.com
Our brains can slow down time, tell us when to consume our own calories, give us superhuman abilities under stress. The video is owned by Discovery Channel and this is only for educational and entertainment purposes.
Father of Chaos Theory, Dead at 90
Science & Tech  (tags: death )

Ian
- 2198 days ago - reuters.com
Edward Lorenz, the father of chaos theory, who showed how small actions could lead to major changes in what became known as the "butterfly effect," died of cancer on Wednesday.
Parents Ignore Risks of Exposing Their Kids to Their Cigarette Smoke!
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, humans, protection, research, science, suffering, abuse, activists, americans, child, children, death, culture, dishonesty, environment, ethics, freedoms, health, interesting, news, safety, society, disease, cancer, family, illness, medicine )

Susan
- 2228 days ago - sciencedaily.com
Measurements of nicotine levels from household air and children's hair samples also indicated high exposure (78 %) to secondhand smoke among those living with a smoker.
Brain Scans Reveal Smokers' Clouded Judgment
Science & Tech  (tags: destruction, environment, nature, humans, pollution, protection, research, suffering, death, ethics, family, health, humans, news, women, safety, AlternativeMed, AlternativeMed, cancer, death, disease, drugs, diet, health, medicine, investigation, interes )

Susan
- 2236 days ago - newscientist.com
A DEFINING feature of smoking addiction is that smokers pursue their habit even when it's clear they are forgoing other benefits, such as good health. Now brain scans suggest that this dodgy decision-making may extend into other areas of their lives.
Why Ban Cluster Bombs?
Science & Tech  (tags: munitions, cluster, bombs, civilians, technology, military, children, death, injury )

Gregory
- 2254 days ago - fcnl.org
In the last 10 years, the U.S. has used cluster bombs in civilian-populated areas of the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan and Iraq. The U.S. arsenal includes nearly 1 billion bomblets. Some do not go off but remain a threat to the population.
Breathing Dirty Air Can Lower Kids' I.Q.
Science & Tech  (tags: ClimateChange, CO2emissions, conservation, endangered, energy, environment, globalwarming, habitatdestruction, nature, humans, pollution, protection, science, suffering, world, business, consumers, corruption, corporate, energy, law, marketing, money, soc )

Susan
- 2255 days ago - reuters.com
Kids who live in neighborhoods with heavy traffic pollution have lower IQs and score worse on other tests of intelligence and memory than children who breathe cleaner air, a new study shows.
Middle-Age Drinkers Dying in Record Numbers
Science & Tech  (tags: humans, death, europe, safety, healthwellness, research, health, safety, death, disease, warning, women, study, scientists )


- 2278 days ago - independent.ie
My colleagues and I are seeing more women with serious liver damage than ever before. "Liver disease is often symptomless until it becomes very serious so people often have no warning that they are destroying their liver until it's too late."
Which Intervention Would Do The Most To Improve The Health Of The Extreme Poor?
Science & Tech  (tags: americans, government, humans, protection, research, science, world, bush, bushadministration, ethics, healthcare, housing, usa, 'HUMANRIGHTS!', africa, children, environment, politics, alert, activists, culture, death, disease, healthcare, illness, medic )

Susan
- 2303 days ago - sciencedaily.com
It's surprising to see how "big box" government avoids doing very simple things which would make a major difference for people who are dying from easily preventable conditions....or is it?
Man Convicted After Internet Hoax Leads to Deadly Shooting
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, myspace, racism, crime, death )

Dee
- 2313 days ago - cnn.com
RIVERHEAD, New York (AP) -- A jury Saturday convicted a black man of killing a white teen during a racially charged confrontation outside the man's home despite his claims that he feared a lynch mob had come to attack his family.
Research Chimp Escaped...for a Little While.
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, endangered, research, science, wildlife, world, abuse, activists, culture, death, ethics, freedoms, rights, violence, sadness, torture, protection, ethics, animalsuffering, AnimalCruelty, animaladvocates, abuse )

Susan
- 2353 days ago - chron.com
The 17 year old male got out of research hell university for a while, any way. He was darted and recaptured.
Double Trouble: What Really Killed the Dinosaurs
Science & Tech  (tags: volcano, study, research, science, dinosaurs, extinction, death, valcano )

Mari
- 2353 days ago - livescience.com
The suggestion is based on new research that is part of a growing body of evidence indicating a space rock alone did not wipe out the giant reptiles.
New US Med. Schools Will Teach With Out Animals!
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, GoodNews, protection, research, science, abuse, AnimalWelfare, AnimalCruelty, animalsuffering, cruelty, death, dogs, investigation, torture, disease, drugs, healthcare, medicine, treatment, antiviral, study )

Susan
- 2357 days ago - pcrm.org
Nine new medical schools being established around the country to address the need for more physicians will not use dogs or other live animals to teach basic concepts in anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, or surgery. Ninety percent have no animal labs!
Dinosaur Deaths Outsourced To India
Science & Tech  (tags: dinosaur, death, India, volcanic eruptions, Deccan Traps )

Eduardo
- 2367 days ago - terradaily.com
A series of volcanic eruptions in India may have killed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago, not a meteor impact in the Gulf of Mexico. The eruptions, which created the gigantic Deccan Traps lava beds of India, are now the prime suspect in the murder.
 

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