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Should You Believe Emergency Calls by Children? [Video]


Listen to amazing boy aged 2 ring 999 to help mum who had collapsed ‘The video is a recording of a 999 call made by a two-year-old mini-marvel after his mum collapsed. Nicola Embleton, 34, who collapsed at home in … Continue reading

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Every Cardiac Patient Needs a Virtual Heart


Custom Cardiology: A Virtual Heart for Every Patient A very good investment if you can afford it ‘A poet might say that each human being’s heart is a unique mystery. Those of us working in the brand new field of … Continue reading

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Facebook Paternity Notice Not Legal in Oklahoma


‘Notification via Facebook message does not satisfy a man’s constitutional right to be informed that he fathered a child, the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled. ‘The biological parents in question broke off contact after a sexual relationship that lasted from August … Continue reading

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Why They Hide Water at Fast Foods


Nothing disgusts me more than a fast food shop without water because I like water more than sweet drinks. I already bashed waiters at two shops. They don’t even care about diabetics as long as they sell their drinks. ‘Just … Continue reading

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UberFacts Makes $500K Off Twitter


‘It’s a blindingly sunny morning in October, and Sanchez, founder of the uber-popular Twitter account UberFacts, is sitting outside at a sidewalk cafe in Beverly Hills showing me a feature on the about-to-be-released UberFacts Android app. (An iOS app already … Continue reading

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Why investigative journalism is so important


‘Bloggers appear to have filled a void particularly in political commentary. A key difference between bloggers and traditional media is that bloggers have little or no reputational risk or editorial objectivity in what they comment on. ‘Apart from libel laws … Continue reading

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Supreme Court To Weigh Facebook Threats


‘…In a case that could dramatically alter the way judicial elections are conducted, the court will decide whether states that elect judges can bar judicial candidates from personally soliciting campaign contributions. Of the 39 states with judicial elections, 30 have … Continue reading

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