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The Top End deserves a plan for the health of the coast

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The next Territory government must deliver a plan to secure the future of the coasts and seas, or risk permanent damage to the Top End marine environment and the lifestyles that depend on its health.

League of Conservation Voters' President Gene Karpinski to Address DNC

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Thursday evening remarks will contrast climate change denier Donald Trump with climate and clean energy champion Hillary Clinton.

FCA Repeats as National Champion

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WESTFIELD, Ind. — Strong performances in the US Lacrosse National Championships run in the family for the Kelly family, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Md.) National team attackman Daniel Kelly continued that tradition in the gold medal game at Grant Park here today.

Subtle behavioural changes could be early sign of dementia

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Researchers presenting at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2016 today, have described a condition called mild behavioural impairment (MBI) that may precede memory and thinking problems in dementia.

High childcare costs affecting minimum standard of living

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The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is calling on the Government to undertake a radical overhaul of the childcare system to make it easier for families to balance earning and caring, and improve the quality and affordability.

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A First Generation Millennial Who Took The Leap of Faith To Leave A Legacy

Sales and Marketing expert Reynaldo Santana conquered his fear of failure and took a leap of faith to write his ground-breaking book

The Matrix Investors Network Offering Free “Fix & Flip Fridays” Gatherings

The Matrix Investors Network is having “Fix & Flip Fridays” Gatherings on the last Friday of each month at their 24th Street

The Top End deserves a plan for the health of the coast

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The next Territory government must deliver a plan to secure the future of the coasts and seas, or risk permanent damage to the Top End marine environment and the lifestyles that depend on its health.

Economic Growth Has Stagnated Under Obama

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Originally Published in The Washington Times on 7/24/16.

Senior women win back Home International title as Scotland takes 11 gold medals

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Scotland Rowing Team’s senior women won back the title they had last captured in 2014 whilst the men missed out on the double by the

Indian Dentist Bharat Agravat Received All-on-4® Dental Implants Certificate from Dr Paulo Malo

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Dr Bharat Agravat is providing the “All-on-4” dental implants supported fix hybrid denture in Ahmedabad, Gujarat with an industry

League of Conservation Voters' President Gene Karpinski to Address DNC

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Thursday evening remarks will contrast climate change denier Donald Trump with climate and clean energy champion Hillary Clinton.

FCA Repeats as National Champion

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WESTFIELD, Ind. — Strong performances in the US Lacrosse National Championships run in the family for the Kelly family, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Md.) National team attackman Daniel Kelly continued that tradition in the gold medal game at Grant Park here today.

Subtle behavioural changes could be early sign of dementia

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Researchers presenting at Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2016 today, have described a condition called mild behavioural impairment (MBI) that may precede memory and thinking problems in dementia.

High childcare costs affecting minimum standard of living

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The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) is calling on the Government to undertake a radical overhaul of the childcare system to make it easier for families to balance earning and caring, and improve the quality and affordability.

Tour de France 2016: Howden hails "magnificent British cyclists"

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British Cycling president Bob Howden has hailed a “magnificent Tour de France for British cyclists” with Chris Froome of Team Sky earning the yellow jersey for a third time and 23-year-old Adam Yates taking the white jersey for best young rider after a breakthrough performance for Orica-BikeExchange.

Does human specimen research always need consent?

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Difference in hue between arterial (brighter) and venous (darker) blood.

Brain training activity linked to reduced dementia risk

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Florida researchers have presented results from a 10-year study into the effects of ‘brain training’ activities on healthy older people. The study found that a particular activity designed to boost the speed at which people process visual information, was associated with a reduction in memory problems and dementia.

Mental stimulation limits the effect of Western diet on thinking skills

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Researchers at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2016 have suggested that people with more education, a mentally challenging job and an active social life might be able to better withstand the decline in memory and thinking skills associated with a diet containing lots of sugar and processed foods.

This is how radically unrecognizable life might be on other planets

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Researchers have found that Saturn’s moon Titan could have the right chemical conditions to create precursors to life, although the

Nuclear reactors in California and New York State are on different paths

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Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, in San Luis Obispo County, California, is situated near a fault line.

The GOP is leading an effort to block the military from planning for climate change

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A US F-16 fighter jet at the tarmac a military base in Balad, Iraq. Temperatures in Iraq have reached 140 degrees Fahrenheit in the

Occupational complexity linked to better cognitive performance after damage to the brains white matter

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Researchers in the US have presented findings indicating that individuals who have a history of complex occupations, involving work with other people, are better able to maintain memory and thinking skills in the presence of specific brain changes associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

Genetic and non-genetic resilience against memory decline and Alzheimers

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Researchers across the world are keen to understand why some people experience memory decline or diseases like Alzheimer’s, while others don’t. At AAIC2016, two teams of researchers are presenting findings revealing clues to genetic and non-genetic factors influencing a person’s resilience to memory decline and Alzheimer’s.

RightNOW Women demonstrates strong show of support in Cleveland

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Cleveland, Ohio – RightNOW Women PAC is proud to announce that our “Bourbon & Blooms” event at the Republican convention in

First junior track cycling world championships brings success and experience for Academy riders

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The junior track team return from the  world championships with medals, personal bests and world class racing experience under their belts, as the event drew to a close in Aigle today.

AF begins study on noise exposures

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An Air Force Surgeon General initiative called Total Exposure Health will soon advance from a concept to a real-world demonstration at an operational base. Total Exposure Health focuses on primary prevention, which includes exposures in the workplace, the environment and lifestyles, in order to prevent disease and injury from occurring.“We’re really talking about keeping people truly healthy before they even get sick,” said Col. Kirk Phillips, the consultant to the Air Force surgeon general for bioenvironmental engineering.

Pidcock wins Bath Junior Road Race in British Cycling Junior Road Race Series

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Tom Pidcock took victory at Stewkley in round seven of the British Cycling National Junior Road Race Series.

Open Day a hit in the heat

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Record crowds have converged on Griffith University for the 2016 Open Day, with the Gold Coast, Nathan and South Bank campuses all

Designing big for small business

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Lis Charman directs PSU’s growing program in graphic design, which matches its 600+ undergraduates with Portland
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