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Iranian Blood Test Could Predict Menopause Decades Early

A new study shows evidence that scientists could determine when menopause will start for women, decades in advance of the event. Iranian scientists are presenting their findings to the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology conference this week in Rome.  While the study is continuing, the researchers are finding their predictions thus far have… Keep Reading

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Oil Workers Pulled as Alex Gains Strength

Tropical storm Alex is currently building strength and is on track to hit the Gulf coast. Many refining and oil companies are taking proactive measures to keep their people out of harm’s way by evacuating several platforms and getting those people to safety. The concern now is whether this will have an impact on the… Keep Reading

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Mel Gibson Accused of Being Cruel, Violent and a Deadbeat Dad

The rumors have been flying hot and heavy over the battle royale between Mel Gibson and ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva. It’s mainly a situation of he said – she said right now, with conflicting stories popping up all over the place. According to one story, the Russion musician Grigorieva claims that not only was Gibson violent… Keep Reading

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Windows 7 Top Seller for Microsoft

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 is now the top selling operating system of all time, even surpassing their Windows 95 and 98 operating systems. This comes as no surprise to most people that are happy with the new system that is an upgrade from the Windows XP version and a skip over the failed… Keep Reading

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BP Hopeful for Mid-August Oil Leak Fix

BP officials released a statement today saying that the efforts to cap the leaking oil well in the gulf are on target to be completed by mid-August. These reports come just one day after the company was forced to remove a cap that was restricting the flow of the oil because of damage caused by… Keep Reading

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Kellogg’s Recalls Cereal Due to Safety Concerns

The world’s largest maker of breakfast cereal has decided to voluntarily recall several of its popular products. The recall is due to a strange odor and taste coming from the products. The company has released a statement saying that there is no danger to the consumers who have eaten the cereal and they are taking… Keep Reading

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Make Time for the Outdoors, Boost Economy

The Federal Government is hopeful that the summer season will see an increase in the number of families that are heading to the great outdoors for some family fun. While the travel plans have been booming this season, the leaders of the country are hoping that travelers will be patronizing many of the natural wonders… Keep Reading

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Mel Gibson Gets Restraining Order Against Ex

Mel Gibson is once again in the news over his bitter break up with girlfriend Oskana Grigorivea. Gibson has filed for a restraining order against the woman who is also the mother of his seven month old daughter. The order also contains parental custody issues including a visitation schedule. The Russian born actress was served… Keep Reading

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Al Gore Faces Sexual Assault Allegations

Al Gore is once again in the news but not for his noteworthy environmental causes or political ambitions.  This time he is being openly accused of sexual assault. According to a Portland Oregon newspaper the former vice president is the center of an investigation about a massage he received while staying in a Portland area… Keep Reading

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Study Shows Camping is Healthy

A new study may make outdoors lovers and tent makers very happy: Camping is healthy. The study shows that children and adults that are active in camping and other outdoor activities are much healthier. This is a shot in the arm for the industry that has been suffering in the past few years because of… Keep Reading

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