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The Dead Talk To Her

Patricia Cornwell’s creation, Dr Kay Scarpetta, a forensic pathologist, gets the dead to reveal their stories as she conducts thorough post mortems on victims of crim...

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Poor Reintegration Leaves India's Rescued Child Workers At Risk – Researchers

India's strategy for rescuing and reintegrating child victims of labour trafficking is marred by poor coordination, a lack of accountability and inadequate resources that c...

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Resistant Is Gender Equality A Design Problem?

Simple redesigns of working life can make big differences in helping women overcome institutional biases. Because humans are naturally biased—we evolved to use stereo...

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Imran Khan To Speak About LGBT Rights At Harvard University

Though his last release Katti Batti failed to meet expectations, Imran Khan has been active on the news circuit, thanks to various causes that he extends his support for. O...

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Climate Change Is Killing Us, Literally — And Here’s How

Climate change may be bad for people but it's good for bugs. Germs of all kinds, as well as mosquitoes and other disease carriers, will live longer in warmer weather becaus...

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Climate Change Is Killing Us, Literally ??And Here's How

Climate change may be bad for people but it's good for bugs. Germs of all kinds, as well as mosquitoes and other disease carriers, will live longer in warmer weather becaus...

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What Is The Gender Gap In Graduate Earnings?

A new study using big data has confirmed that those who complete university can expect to earn, on average, a decent premium for their degree. This alone won’t come a...

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Despite Waging A 'War On Pollution,' China's Air Is Still Really Filthy

A majority of China's cities are still suffering under unhealthy levels of air pollution as the country struggles to reach its pollution goals. China's Ministry of Environm...

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The Economic Options For Combatting Climate Change

The Federal Government Announced Today That 2014 Was The Hottest Year For The Planet In The 135 Years That Records Have Been Kept. Greenhouse Gas Concentration, Land Surfac...

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75 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life

In 1938 Harvard University began following 268 male undergraduate students and kicked off the longest-running longitudinal studies of human development in history.  Th...

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