Archive | January, 2012

English Football Results

LONDON – Results Tuesday in English football (home teams listed first): Everton 1, Manchester City 0 Manchester United 2, Stoke 0 Swansea 1, Chelsea 1 Tottenham 3, Wigan 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0, Liverpool 3 Barnsley 3, Derby 2 Blackpool 2, Coventry 1 Crystal Palace 1, Brighton 1 Hull 0, Doncaster 0 Ipswich 5, West Ham [...]

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Alzheimer can be prevented

SAN JOSE, UNITED STATES – A research led by the University of California, Berkeley claimed that Alzheimer can be prevented with daily intellectual stimulation. This is what the principal investigator Dr. William Jagust of UC Berkeley’s Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute said: “Rather than simply providing resistance to Alzheimer’s, brain-stimulating activities may affect a primary pathological [...]

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Plane crashed in Congo

KINSHASA, Congo – It has been reported that a plane has crashed after takeoff and there is no news of the passengers on board. Laban Kyalangalilwa, the minister in charge of transportation in South Kivu province, said Tuesday the plane took off from the city of Bukavu at 7:45 a.m. on Monday and was due [...]

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Natural gas price decreases on supplies

DENVER – Natural gas prices dropped nearly to 8 percent Tuesday after a government report said U.S. production hit a record high, as weak demand during a mild winter kept supplies bulging. Natural gas dropped by 21 cents to $2.51 per 1,000 cubic feet in afternoon trading in New York. The price was 19 cents [...]

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Carbon program joined by 55 European airports

BRUSSELS – Finally it is time for a change, Fifty-five major European airports accounting for over half of all passenger traffic on the continent decided to be now part of a program aimed at cutting carbon emissions, Airports Council International said Tuesday. Airports are changing airport vehicles and buses to electric or hybrid power, and [...]

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South Africa recalls 1.35 million condoms burst

JOHANNESBURG – It has been reported that some condoms burst. Others leaked like sieves. South Africa’s leading anti-AIDS group said Tuesday that allegedly faulty condoms are among more than 1.35 million handed out at the African National Congress’ 100th birthday party. Health officials confirmed that all of those condoms have been ordered to be recalled. [...]

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