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Super Bowl 2016 Predictions
EntertainmentSports

The biggest game of the year is right around the corner. Here are our Super Bowl 2016 predictions. The Carolina Panthers high scoring offense vs. the Denver Broncos timid offense. The old veteran quarterback Peyton Manning against the young prolific Cam Newton. The Denver Broncos need a quick improvement with

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HealthScience

If you haven’t heard of H2BLD (House 2 House Breakfast, Lunch, & Dinner), you will. H2BLD, based in Beverly Hills CA, is the latest meal sharing service to explode onto the sharing economy scene. What makes them truly unique, and admirable, is their commitment to organic, GMO free meals in

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HealthU.S. News

Tamarac, Florida (3rd January, 2016) – Marlene’s Training Center Inc. is a medical, vocational training school that offers trending courses including home health aide course, nursing assistant exam review course, CRP training as well as CEU for all professionals in the health care industry in the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area.

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BusinessHealth

Boston health officials have upped the tally of people with confirmed cases of norovirus after eating at the Chipotle Mexican Grill in Cleveland Circle, reporting Friday the count had reached 136.

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European Championship
Sports

Wales have been one of the surprise teams in the 2016 European Championship qualifying campaign and Chris Coleman’s side have secured progression to the finals for the first time since 1958. Led by Real Madrid star Gareth Bale, Wales guaranteed their place in next summer’s competition with a 3-0 victory

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Yuri Milner
Science

Yesterday, at The Royal Society in London, World renowned scientist Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner announced unprecedented $100 million project to determine the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. The entire funding is donated by Yuri Milner for the global initiative called ‘Breakthrough Listen.’ What did Stephen Hawking say? According

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Mini Ice Age
NatureScience

European scientists predict that the Earth is heading for “Mini Ice Age” by the year 2030, due to 60 per cent fall in solar activity between 2030 and 2040. According to a report, last mini-ice age lasted from 1645 to 1715. In 1843, the fluctuations in Sun’s activities were found

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Solar Impulse 2
Air & SpaceScienceTechnology

Solar Impulse 2 makes longest solo flight record in the world, while flying from Japan to Hawaii on the seventh leg of its journey. While crossing the Pacific, it has broken the longest solo-flight record of 76 hours set by American Steve Fosset in 2006 on board the Virgin Atlantic

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Volcano Alert at Mount Hakone
NatureScience

With Rising Japan’s Volcanic Activity, The Japanese Government Raised the Volcano Alert at Mount Hakone With rising Japan’s volcanic activity, The Japanese Government has raised the volcano alert at Mount Hakone, which is south-west of Tokyo, restricting access to the area for tourists after an apparent small eruption. Mount Hakone experienced a

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