Monthly Archives: January 2011

Igloo-Shaped Devices Eat Sewage and Treat Wastewater

Set aside thoughts of diamond tennis bracelet for a moment and think on this instead. Inexpensive igloo-shaped, pollution-eating devices can clean up sewage just as wel as expensive treatment facilities. This is a viable option for towns outgrowing their waste-treatment … Continue reading

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Border Collie Understands Over 1,000 Object Names

Imagine the possibilities for dog obdedience here… How about a Border Collie that understands the names of over 1000 objects and can differentiate between names of objects and orders to fetch them. This supports the findings of researchers in Germany, … Continue reading

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Research Shows Single-Patient Rooms Reduce Hospital Infections

Sure, we all want to know about the latest thermogenic fat burner that works …but keep this in mind, too. Infection control in hospitals is a serious health concern with a huge impact on patient morbidity, mortality and the cost … Continue reading

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Simple Injection Could Save Accident Victims

Set aside searching for a good hoodia supplement for a moment and listen to this. If recently injured people with serious bleeding injuries could receive a cheap and easily administered drug to help their blood to clot, it could save … Continue reading

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Bright Future for DogLight

You never seem to have enough hands for everything. No, not juggling brother printers , but it seems like everything else. How about a light that attaches to a collar to leave your hands free for a leash, flashlight, poop … Continue reading

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Napping is for Toddlers – and Office Workers

Not maybe what you’re looking for in a search for online degree programs , but it turns out that naps are good for productivity. More sleep can boost health and productivity. People run into trouble finding the time for a … Continue reading

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Luxury Hotel Chain Caters to Guests with Special Diets

Fairmont Hotels and Resorts has introduced a new series of menus chain-wide with items specially created for guests with celiac disease, diabetes, heart disease, and guests on macrobiotic, raw and vegan diets. Get ready for a really great dining experience … Continue reading

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Lunar Eclipse First to Coincide with Winter Solstice in 372 Years

OK — HDMI cables are important, but this is cool! The last time this happened was 372 years ago! We had a full moon on December 21. Not only that, but we also had a total lunar eclipse. This lunar … Continue reading

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