No, The CDC Is Not Covering Up Evidence That Vaccines Cause Autism No, The CDC Is Not Covering Up Evidence That Vaccines ...

iflscience.com - Anti-vaxers are still lying to you, but their latest lie comes with just a hint of racism as well. Sadly, it's spreading like wildfire on social media, proving once again that Mark ...

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Japan citizens advised to stockpile toilet paper for a month Japan citizens advised to stockpile toilet paper for a month

themalaysianinsider.com - With a month's supply of toilet paper, this Japanese man will be prepared for a major disaster. – Reuters pic, August 29, 2014.The Japanese government is calling on its citizens to prepare ...

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4 of 5 smartphones in China are Android, most with at least 3 Tencent apps ... 4 of 5 smartphones in China are Android, most ...

techinasia.com - Chinese web giant Baidu has released a new report documenting the rise of smart mobile devices in China. The Q2 2014 Mobile Internet Trends (PDF) report shows smart device penetration rose to ...

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Needs soar as number of Syrian refugees tops 3 million Needs soar as number of Syrian refugees tops 3 million

unhcr.org - © UNHCR/S.BaldwinThis Syrian family used to lead a happy life in Aleppo. Now the parents and children sleep on the streets of Istanbul in Turkey. They are among the 3 million refugees ...

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Why Google wants women Why Google wants women

money.cnn.com - Vice President of Google[x] Megan Smith talks about the biases against women in engineering that she has personally overcome, and how companies like Google are combating the glass ceiling.

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Papua New Guinea's Mount Tavurvur volcano erupts back to life Papua New Guinea's Mount Tavurvur volcano erupts back to life

abc.net.au - A major volcanic eruption in Rabaul on Papua New Guinea's East New Britain Island has left the local community concerned for their safety, as residents flee and businesses close.

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States' pot laws linked to drug overdose death rates States' pot laws linked to drug overdose death rates

sciencenews.org - Death rates from overdoses on prescription painkillers or heroin and other illicit drugs appear to be an average of 24.8 percent lower in states with medical marijuana laws than in states without ...

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Canada’s delegation to NATO mocks Russia with snarky tweet over Ukrainian incursion Canada’s delegation to NATO mocks Russia with snarky tweet over ...

news.nationalpost.com - With Ukraine’s government airing videos of unwelcome Russian soldiers in its territory, Canada’s delegation to NATO offered Moscow an unsolicited lesson in geography Wednesday.

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Harry Belafonte, Maureen O'Hara to Receive Honorary Oscars Harry Belafonte, Maureen O'Hara to Receive Honorary Oscars

thewrap.com - Related What Does the Academy's Flurry of Changes Mean for the Oscars? 10 First-Half Movies That Might Have a Shot at Oscars Jennifer Lawrence Blames Best ...

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State to step up testing for toxic blue green algae in Lake Champlain State to step up testing for toxic blue green algae ...

vtdigger.org - A blue-green algae bloom in St. Albans Bay. Photo courtesy of Gould Susslin The state’s top environmental enforcement official said more needs to be done to protect Lake Champlain’s drinking water supplies ...

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Countdown To Kickoff: Seahawks at Oakland Raiders Countdown To Kickoff: Seahawks at Oakland Raiders

seahawks.com - Seattle concludes its preseason slate on Thursday night by playing the Raiders for the ninth consecutive summer in their finale, but the game is being played in Oakland for only the second ...

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Why Your Team Sucks 2014: Pittsburgh Steelers Why Your Team Sucks 2014: Pittsburgh Steelers

deadspin.com - Some people are fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers. But many, many more people are NOT fans of the Pittsburgh Steelers. This 2014 Deadspin NFL team preview is for those in the latter ...

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