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The Idiot's Guide to Destroying the Economy: A 12-Step Program
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: americans, economy, government )

J.
- 3757 days ago - commonsenselogic.blogspot.com
It's amazing, isn't it,how much progress the President has made in less than two months?Five days before the election,he told his followers that they were that many days away "from fundamentally transforming the U.S. of America." Poor things.Fat chance.
Voodoo on the Vine: Biodynamic Wine Making
Science & Tech  (tags: biodynamic agriculture, viticulture, anthroposophy, technology, ecology )

J.
- 3869 days ago - sfweekly.com
The only problem (for those who care) is that biodynamic wine making involves a maddening, paradoxical mixture of scientifically sound farming practices and utterly ridiculous new-age mysticism.
BBB Reports Americans' Trust in Business Has Dropped in 13 of 15 Industries Examined
Business  (tags: americans, business, consumers, finance, marketing, money, society, Better Business Bureau )

J.
- 3952 days ago - pr.com
Least trusted are auto dealers and real estate brokers, but banks are quickly losing consumers' trust, the Better Business Bureau said.
Life Isn't 2D, So Why Should Our Encyclopaedias Be? - Proteopedia
Science & Tech  (tags: NewTechnology, Science, Ressearch, Scientists, Society, Study, Internet, Wikipedia, Proteopedia )

J.
- 3956 days ago - proteopedia.org
Rather than relying on text to provide the understanding of biomacromolecule structures, a collaborative website called Proteopedia now provides a new resource by linking written information and three-dimensional structural information.
Brain Study Could Lead To New Understanding Of Depression
Health & Wellness  (tags: Psychology, Research, Depression, Brain Injury, Social cognition, Functional neuroimaging )

J.
- 3956 days ago - manchester.ac.uk
Brain scientists have moved a step closer to understanding why some people may be more prone to depression than others.
Biological Chips For Disease Detection, Drug Discovery, Now Easy To Make With New Method
Health & Wellness  (tags: Human Biology, research, science, study, treatment )

J.
- 3956 days ago - manchester.ac.uk
Scientists have developed a new and fast method for making biological 'chips' - technology that could lead to quick testing for serious diseases, fast detection of MRSA infections and rapid discovery of new drugs.
Researchers Define Characteristics, Treatment Options for XXYY Syndrome
Health & Wellness  (tags: * Children's Health, )

J.
- 3957 days ago - ucdmc.ucdavis.edu
48,XXYY syndrome was initially considered a variant of Klinefelter's syndrome. Nowadays, it's accepted as a distinct clinical and genetic entity. Lack of comprehensive information about the syndrome is what drove the current study.
Happiness 'Can Protect Against Breast Cancer', Research Shows
Health & Wellness  (tags: breast cancer, body-mind-spirit, disease, health, humans, prevention, research, study )

J.
- 3958 days ago - healthjockey.com
Researchers questioned women about their life experiences and evaluated their levels of happiness, optimism, anxiety, and depression prior to diagnosis.
Campaign to End Slavery in Our Lifetime
World  (tags: 'HUMAN RIGHTS!', world, campaign, Not For Sale )

J.
- 4017 days ago - notforsalecampaign.org
27 million people are enslaved today!not for sale is a campaign of individuals, musicians, artists, people of faith, businesses, schools, & sports teams, united to stop it. Everyone's welcome.
Human Trafficking Must End
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: americans, candidates, crime, ethics, freedoms, government, children, abuse, crime, culture, health, humans, law, rights, safety, society, violence )

J.
- 4017 days ago - postbulletin.com
Will human trafficking, as it is now known, ever end? Equally important, does anyone care?
 
 
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