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Scientists confirm what women always knew: men really are the weaker sex

In times of famine, epidemic and hardship over the past 250 years, women have consistently outlived men, find researchers Women's rights and gender equality About this content Mon 15 Jan 2018 02.00EST Share on Twitter View more sharing options Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on Messenger Close report (pdf) by Duke University in North Carolina. The datasets included ...

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Norwegians aren’t likely to move to the US, even if they’re welcome

(CNN)During a meeting in the Oval Office on Thursday, US President Donald Trump reportedly blasted a number of nations as “shithole countries.” Then he turned his attention to Norway. From 2007-2016, less than 1,000 Norwegians naturalized as US citizens, according to US Department of Homeland Security data. That’s an average of 100 Norwegians a year — less than .000001 percent ...

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Apple is the only thing that can save kids from the app store

Not terribly far off.Image: mashable/bob Al-Greene It’s fine-tuned to be as engaging as possible, so that you don’t want to put it down once you pick it up. It lacks real substance and is engineered to be desirable. With their sufficiently random rewards systems giving you unpredictable dopamine hits, they’re designed to be addictive. You don’t need it, but you ...

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Pharmaceutical Giant Pfizer Pulls Plug On Alzheimer’s And Parkinson’s Drug Research

Pfizer, one of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical giants, is going to ditch their research efforts into new drugs to fight against Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. Pfizer justified the move by claiming it will help them “bring meaningful new therapies to market, and will bring the most value for shareholders and patients.” “As a result of a recent comprehensive review, ...

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New Plan to Fight Opioids: Treat Big Pharma Like Big Tobacco

In the next two years, the opioid epidemic is estimated to cost the United States a trillion dollars and kill almost 100,000 Americans. Big Pharma to pay. We kept seeing our crime problems and overdose deaths going up every year, and we got no response for anyone with the federal government, Mayor Paul Billups of Ceredo, West Virginia, told The ...

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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles: Your Morning Commute Is Killing The Environment

For the first time in 40 years, emissions data indicates that the largest source of greenhouse gas pollution in the US comes from transportation. The previous heavyweight was electricity production, but now planes, trains, and automobiles (to name a few) have taken the lead. This isn’t necessarily bad news. The change comes as US electricity generation relies less on fossil fuels and ...

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SERIOUSLY!? City of Seattle’s response to reports about new soda tax proves prog pols FAILED Econ-101

The city of Seattle had a new soda tax kick in on January 1st, and it’s quite a doozy: Promoting health at a hefty price: Seattle’s soda tax starts Jan. 1 (Story by @DBeekman) https://t.co/NClYmO7AFZ pic.twitter.com/XJvaRuwwQ5 — The Seattle Times (@seattletimes) December 31, 2017 City officials are trying to dispel reports like the one above indicating the tax will actually ...

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