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New Study Shows Promise in Treating Melanoma

A new treatment for melanoma shows extraordinary promise, according to a recent medical study. Latinos Health reports that a study conducted by Dr. Ju...
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Airbus and Boeing Come Out on Top During Paris Air Show

After watching some of the world’s most advanced aircraft take to the Paris skies, two major aircraft manufacturers come out on top by making $1...
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$72 Billion in Debt and a Dwindling Population: The Current State of Puerto Rico

“The debt is not payable. There is no other option. I would love to have an easier option. This is not politics, this is math.” Puerto Ric...
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Natural Gas Leaks Could Negate Its Climate Benefits, New Study Shows

Natural gas has long been considered a more environmentally friendly fossil fuel than oil, coal and gasoline. However, a new study shows there is enou...
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Paris Removes Contemporary Display of Love Across the Seine River

Colloquially known as the “City of Love,” Paris removed a contemporary landmark of sorts that attracted thousands of star-crossed (and oth...
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Canadian Legislation Tightens Restrictions on Sales of E-Cigarettes

A new law in Ontario now prohibits the sale of e-cigarettes to anyone under 19, thereby making e-cig sales just as restricted as regular cigarettes. A...
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Federal Agents Planning to Kill Thousands of Birds

Salmon are one of anglers’ most sought-after catches. Not only are they delicious to eat, but they can also be quite a challenge to land. King s...
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Chinese Teachers Observe Pennsylvania Special Education

Teachers from China arrived in Pennsylvania in March to learn strategies for integrating special needs students into the classroom, and have begun obs...
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Scientists Create Hybrid Supercapacitor — Here’s What That Could Mean for Cars

Technology is always advancing, but one of the hurdles that hybrid and electric car technology faces is creating a longer-lasting, quickly charging ba...
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The Future of Solar Power in Brazil Just Got a Little Sunnier Thanks to a Severe Water Crisis

Solar power systems — both commercial and residential — have become so popular that by 2016, it’s estimated a new solar power system...