Monthly Archives: March 2011

Learning from Old Bones to Treat Modern Back Pain

No calcium supplements back then, but who cares? The bones of people dead for one hundred years are helping to develop new treatments for back pain. Combining the latest computer modeling technology with archaeology and anthropology expertise. Spines from up … Continue reading

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Oldest Wild Bird in U.S. Survives Tsunami

Searching for info on linx boss review s, and found this heartwarming news. A 60 plus year old albatross — the oldest free-flying bird in the US — has survived a tsunami that struck where it nests. “Wisdom,” the elderly … Continue reading

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Lottery Ticket in Church Collection Plate

Nope, they didn’t accidentally drop a blackberry case into the collection plate, instead it was…a $30,000 scratch-off ticket. The pastor of a struggling church recently found an unexpected donation in the collection plate. Lottery officials would not give the name … Continue reading

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Shopping Cart Wash

Have you ever stopped to think about those shopping carts you touch blithely while shopping? I admit to getting the heebee jeebees when I think too much about this. In fact, I’ve even heard that there’s more fecal matter on … Continue reading

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Dog Survives Being Put to Sleep

Quite a bit more heart-warming than shopping for a new bath vanity…not that a new bath vanity isn’t exciting…but this dog has the luck! This dog was one of five stray dogs that an animal control officer euthanized last week. … Continue reading

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New Tool Scans Ruins

There may be up to 20,000 undiscovered archaeological sites in Israel just waiting to be discovered. Currently buried under highways (imagine…surface raceways !) and under existing cities these finds may produce historic monuments from the biblical past. Enter this cool … Continue reading

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Homeless Man Returns $1,440 Cash

John Kavanaugh has no income or home…but he does have principles. Recently Kavanaugh found an envelope with $50 and $100 bills in it and he turned it over to local police. The money belongs to Robert Stauffer, an attorney, who … Continue reading

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Safer Drinking Water in US

No, this really has nothing to do with plus size lingerie, but whenever I hear talk about safer drinking water, I pay attention. The Subterranean Arsenic Removal system removes arsenic from groundwater without the use of dangerous chemicals. The technology … Continue reading

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Family to Creates Diabetes Research Center

I’m sure there are many good health care job postings out there, but whenever I run across stories like this, I just have to share! Jacque and Kelly Rector’s grandson was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the tender age … Continue reading

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