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The latest weapon against superbugs? An antibiotic made from human SWEAT

The latest weapon against superbugs? An antibiotic made from human SWEAT | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Dermcidin, a chemical that is activated in salty, slightly acidic perspiration, could fend off superbugs and deadly strains of TB, say researchers at the University of Edinburgh.
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Forbes India Magazine - Multiplex Spends in Metros

Forbes India Magazine - Multiplex Spends in Metros | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Movie ticket prices themselves may not have gone up by much over the last couple of years but F&B prices are multiplexes have jumped
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You Can Be a Real Superhero With This Crazy Spider-Sense Robot Suit

You Can Be a Real Superhero With This Crazy Spider-Sense Robot Suit | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Who doesn't want real-life superpowers? Unfortunately, getting yourself bitten by some kind of radioactive spider isn't really the best way to go about it.
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Donations pour in for homeless man who returned diamond ring

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Talk about good karma. Well-wishers from around the world are opening their wallets to a homeless man who returned a diamond ring to its rightful owner.
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Three-Year-Old Boy Who Can't Eat Anything Is Running Out of Time, Parents Say

Three-Year-Old Boy Who Can't Eat Anything Is Running Out of Time, Parents Say | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Michael Gonzalez is a 3-year-old Florida boy who apparently can’t eat any normal foods, and his parents say they are in a panic. Michael drinks 20 to 30 bottles of prescription-only formula daily called Neocate Junior.
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Which Body Parts Did These Celebrities Insure?

Heidi Klum's legs, or America Ferrera's smile? Bruce Springsteen's pipes, or Michael Flatley's legs?
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Cellphone as mood ring: New app monitors your emotional state

Xpression, heralded by psychologists, listens to your conversations and determines your moods, then reports back to your doctor.


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Why Women Talk More Than Men: Language Protein Uncovered

Why Women Talk More Than Men: Language Protein Uncovered | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
There's a biological explanation for the reason why women talk more than men. Scientists have discovered a protein that's found in higher concentrations in the brains of women.

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Designing the packaging-free future

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Designer Aaron Mickelson wants to solve the problem of excess packaging, by creating products that have no packaging at all.

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From warding off pollen to slowing the ageing process: Beards are good for you

From warding off pollen to slowing the ageing process: Beards are good for you | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Think twice before you tell your man to reach for a razor, because beards and moustaches might be beneficial for men’s health.

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6 Popular Business Books Adapted as Comics

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What 6th-century Chinese military strategy has to do with the art of closing a deal.

Comic books resonate so deeply with us because they
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World's Most Amazing Train Stations (PHOTOS) - weather.com

World's Most Amazing Train Stations (PHOTOS) - weather.com | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Before airports and the automobile, train stations helped knit the world together -- and they still do.
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The coldest village on Earth

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View the The coldest village on Earth photo gallery on Yahoo! News. Find more news related pictures in our photo galleries.
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LOOK: Blind Dog And Deaf Dog Are Best Friends

LOOK: Blind Dog And Deaf Dog Are Best Friends | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A good friend won't mind if you can't see or hear. In a photo posted to Reddit on Wednesday, two disabled dogs -- one blind, one deaf -- take a nap together.
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LOOK: Daisy The Kitten Might Be The World's Cutest Cat

LOOK: Daisy The Kitten Might Be The World's Cutest Cat | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
We've officially fallen in love.
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Hover No More: Helicopter Parents May Breed Depression and Incompetence in Their Children

Hover No More: Helicopter Parents May Breed Depression and Incompetence in Their Children | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Helicopter parents, stop hovering: it’s officially not good for your kids -- especially if they're already grown
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Facebook Sued Over 'Like' Button

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(Image Credit: Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images) Facebook is being sued over its “like” button by a patent-holding company that claims Facebook ripped off its technology. The lawsuit was filed in U.S.
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This Man Is The World's Greatest Wedding Crasher

This Man Is The World's Greatest Wedding Crasher | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
This piece is republished with permission from BroBible.com. By Andy Moore for BroBible.com
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How Speed Bumps Help Predict Appendicitis -

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British physicians discover a slow-speed approach to diagnosing a life-threatening condition.
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Honey, It's Electric: Bees Sense Charge On Flowers : NPR

Honey, It's Electric: Bees Sense Charge On Flowers : NPR | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
Bees and flowers communicate in colors, scents and shapes. Now scientists have discovered that bumblebees can also sense flowers' electric fields. This sixth sense helps them remember and recognize nectar-rich blooms while foraging.
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Are Junk Food Makers Worse than Tobacco Industry Giants? How Fritos, Coke and Lunchables Vie for Addicts.

Are Junk Food Makers Worse than Tobacco Industry Giants? How Fritos, Coke and Lunchables Vie for Addicts. | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
It’s far from an accident that you’re addicted to chips—or soda or premade lunch packs or probably any other processed-food you can think of, explains a very un-sugar-coated New York Times Magazine investigative piece set to hit stands this weekend.

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Around the Internet in 30 Seconds

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30 seconds doesn't seem like much time. But, in just 1/2 of a minute, a lot changes.

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A New Way to Listen to Extinct Languages : DNews

A new software program could help modern people hear how ancient civilizations talked thousands of years ago.
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How Comics Help Students Retain Knowledge is a Growing Field of Study

How Comics Help Students Retain Knowledge is a Growing Field of Study | Radio Show Contents | Scoop.it
A new study showing that comics help students recall verbatim knowledge is the latest in a growing field of study on how graphic novels can be used to aid in teaching and communication.
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Dog reunited with owner after 10 years

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Coincidence connects man with long-lost Basset Hound.
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