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US Teens Charged With Gang Raping a Woman

...ent in a crime-ridden housing project in West Palm beach the night of June 18. The two were being held without bail Friday on suspicion of armed sexual battery by multiple perpetrators, sexual performance by a child, armed home invasion and aggravated battery. Both were arrested this week, but formal cha...

Eastern Equine Encephalitis Spreading Its Tentacles in Massachusetts

...she spent her free time gardening and enjoying the beach down the street from her house. Toward the end of the summer, she started to feel tired and dizzy, but said she dismissed it as the summer flu. A week after those first symptoms appeared, her husband found her collapsed on the floor, and he immedia...

Holmes Silences Pregnancy Rumours

...ing paparazzi as she played with her daughter at a beach resort on the French Riviera....

Jenny McCarthys Beauty Secrets

...ng as much time as possible on the beach. "Beach beach beach beach beach. We like to sit and do nothing. Stare at the ocean and go 'ohhmmm, People quoted McCarthy, as ...

Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

...Guests especially appreciate the afternoons at the beach where they can go swimming, said Thorvaldsen. "My doctor told me that I would be better off here," said 63-year-old Wenche Larsen who gets around in a wheelchair. "There is sunshine, the sky is blue," said her husband Olav Larsen, a retired plumb...

Beaches Shut Due to High E-coli Level in Water

...dington (KFLA) Public Health inspectors closed the beach to swimmers after conducting 10 water sample tests...uld also cause more sewer outflows, he said. The beach will reopen when test results come back consistently safe. Last year KFL&A Public Health updated t...

Sports Physiotherapy Boosted by New International Qualification

... Crowe, who is also the physiotherapist for the GB beach volleyball team and has worked in sports physiotherapy in the UK, USA and Australia, and at Olympic and Commonwealth Games, and currently in the Sports Injury Clinic in the Sports Training Village, on campus. It is already the first distance-learni...

Resident Bacteria May Help Clean Phosphorous From Lakes

...w attention on water-quality problems ranging from beach closings to unsightly, odoriferous blue-green algae blooms caused by an overload of phosphorus within area lakes. In reality, those problems began in the city more than a century ago. They originated in an era when 'wastewater treatment' meant dum...

Scientists Report New Take on Sexual Signaling

...s to males that have not. When they run across the beach to check out or mate with a male, they orient visually to both the waving male and to his hood. In this way they reach the males burrow quickly and directly and avoid their predators. "When we bait predatory birds into the areaartificially increasi...

EU Pushes Asian Nations on Climate Change Goals

...ht summit, to be hosted by Germany June 6-8 in the beach resort of Heiligendamm. German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke out Saturday in support of the right to demonstrate peacefully and voiced sympathy for environmentalist calls for deep cuts in emissions, one of her key demands at the G8 summit. Germa...

Introducing Thalasso, the Greeks Way to a Healthy Life

Every year countless vacationers take a beach holiday to relax, feel the surf on their feet, the...d with a fine spray of warm seawater. Walks on the beach are also encouraged as part of the therapy. There are just a few centres in Germany offering compl...

Norwegian Glacier Shrinks and Marine Life Poisoned as the Globe Warms

...the Wetland and Wildlife Care Centre in Huntington beach noted, "The concentration of the toxin is so great this year that we haven't had a chance to react to it. Normally we're able to flush out the toxin with a treatment regimen ... This year they're just coming in dead." Humans can't be harmed by swi...

Sunburnt Holiday-makers Boost Their Chances of Fatal Skin Cancer

... people go to much hotter climates and bake on the beach is particularly dangerous. "This kind of short i...ries where the temptation to spend too long on the beach can be great. "But it is not just a problem for those who go abroad. People, especially those with...

QUT Scientists on the Way to Sifting Out a Cure for HIV

...ology," he said. "Titania is a compound found in beach sand and alumina is an intermediate product of aluminium which is the third most abundant element in the earth's crust. "Australia is the largest producer of alumina and titania in the world meaning we can make nano-mesh relatively easily and cheap...

Amnesia Halts Future Thinking: Study

...describe in detail seven common settings such as a beach or a pub and three possible future events such as Christmas or a future meeting with a friend. Those with amnesia could not imagine plausible future events or general fictitious experiences. They could describe separate images, but could not visua...

Red Algal Bloom – Gloom Time for Asthmatic

...r this could intensify symptoms in Asthmatics.Many beach visitors also complain of dry coughs and watering ...ducted after the participants spent an hour at the beach in Sarasota – on two occasions - when the red tide was flourishing and when it was not. The study ...

Molecular Medicine And Diabetes

... her own body and ready to spend a few days at the beach before she started school. As she continued to do well, her insulin was reduced day by day. The following Wednesday, August 23, with her doctors' direction, Lilly's mother disconnected her insulin pump--the lifeline and security blanket she had rel...

Boosting Energy Naturally

...he outdoors. Gardening, hiking, or walks along the beach can help restore body and soul. There aren’t any scientific studies documenting that communing with nature can actually fight fatigue, but some scientists are exploring this theory. The 40-page Boosting Your Energy report offers the latest informati...

Maharashtra warns against Mahim's 'miracle' water

As large crowds continued to throng the Mahim beach to drink sweet seawater for the second day, the Maharashtra government Sunday warned people against drinking// the polluted water. Scientists clarified that the seawater had turned sweet due to the natural phenomenon of dilution. "Dilution is a p...

Genetic Mutation in Mice Suggests Extinct Mammoth Had Light and Dark Fur

...s occur in the same nucleotide used by the Florida beach mice to alter their coat color, the University of ...tions has resulted in eight distinct subspecies of beach mice, each with distinctive coat patterns that are lighter in color than their mainland counterpart....

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