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  • £1.4bn fund manager: ‘A tip from my dentist is now my fastest-growing investment' 22 Feb 2019 11:21 Telegraph.co.uk Faith in the financial services industry collapsed in 2008, as global stock markets crashed. Since then, huge efforts have been made to restore trust: banks have reined in lending, protections have been put in place for consumers and “transparency” is the …
  • Trilobites: Sleepless Flies Lived Long Lives. Why Not Us? 22 Feb 2019 09:56 New York Times Sleep — that absurd, amazing habit of losing consciousness for hours on end — is so universal across the animal kingdom that we usually assume it is essential to survival. Now, however, scientists who repeatedly disturbed the sleep of more than a thousand …
  • Sleepless Flies Lived Long Lives. Why Not Us? 22 Feb 2019 09:38 International Herald Tribune Sleep — that absurd, amazing habit of losing consciousness for hours on end — is so universal across the animal kingdom that we usually assume it is essential to survival. Now, however, scientists who repeatedly disturbed the sleep of more than a thousand …
  • Shamita attacked on social media 22 Feb 2019 08:51 Emirates 24 7 Shilpa Shetty’s kid sister and actress Shamita Shetty is aghast with the way people have been attacking her on the social media platform regarding the adventure reality show, Khatron Ke Khiladi. The actress is quite amused with the way people have been …
  • Let Alex Cleaning Solutions Get Rid of Pests This Summer 22 Feb 2019 07:26 infonews.co.nz If you want to remove or protect your property from pests this summer, you would go a long way to get a better servcice than that being offered by Alex Cleaning Solutions, who will effectively handle your pest control. One of their certified technicians …
  • Crime on METRO platforms up double digits in last year 22 Feb 2019 05:32 KTRK HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- It was almost Christmas 2017 and part of the METRO train system was down. Because of the service interruption, fare inspectors were supposed to be helping customers find shuttle buses or be manning part of the light rail platform. …
  • WHO Plans To Develop International Guidelines For Human Gene Editing After Controversial Work From Chinese Scientist 22 Feb 2019 03:04 kaiserhealthnews.org The 18-member committee representing the World Health Organization will meet in March and begin to address calls for standards that scientists could adhere to. News on public health looks at an increase of heart attacks among young women; child flu deaths; …
  • HENRY DEEDES watches a mildly sinister address from Jeremy Corbyn 22 Feb 2019 01:42 Charleston Daily Mail By Henry Deedes for the Daily Mail Published: 17:24 EST, 21 February 2019 | Updated: 17:42 EST, 21 February 2019 Atención! Atención! Raise your fists. Hoist the red flag. Strike up the revolutionary trumpets of La Bayamesa, Cuba’s national anthem. Our Dear …
  • Trash is a problem we can all sort out 22 Feb 2019 01:27 Shanghai Daily Students at schools and kindergartens had classes on waste sorting yesterday. At Shanghai Huangpu School in Huangpu District, students learned to dump waste into different bins as their first class of the new semester. “The class was very helpful and …
  • ‘Full of Liberal mates’: Labor accuses Coalition of 'stacking' tribunal 21 Feb 2019 17:38 The Guardian Labor has blasted the attorney general Christian Porter for appointing six former parliamentarians and eight former staffers from Coalition ranks to the administrative appeals tribunal. Porter announced a total of 34 new appointments to the tribunal on …
  • Conglomerates will never die out, but their form is evolving 21 Feb 2019 16:50 Economist INDUSTRIAL CONGLOMERATES have long been considered the megafauna of the corporate world: big beasts like mastodons, who were condemned to extinction by spear-wielding corporate raiders in the 1980s. But a better analogy is with cockroaches because, against …
  • Fluffy and friends: Kokomo couple opens bird, reptile rescue and sanctuary 21 Feb 2019 16:17 WTHR KOKOMO, Ind. (Kokomo Tribune) - A lot of people say they love animals. But not everyone can say they would open their home to snakes, bearded dragons, rats, birds, fish, turtles and hissing cockroaches. Sarah and Elijah “E” Church never really expected …
  • Why nations face dilemma over IS fighters' children 21 Feb 2019 15:17 BBC Image copyright AFP Image caption A French woman walks with her child in a camp in Northern Syria Thousands of children from around the world remain trapped in Syria facing an uncertain and dangerous future, a charity has warned. Save the Children says it …
  • What happens to IS fighters' children? 21 Feb 2019 15:04 BBC Image copyright AFP Image caption A French woman walks with her child in a camp in Northern Syria Thousands of children from around the world remain trapped in Syria facing an uncertain and dangerous future, a charity has warned. Save the Children says it …
  • The dilemma over IS fighters' children 21 Feb 2019 14:45 BBC Image copyright AFP Image caption A French woman walks with her child in a camp in Northern Syria Thousands of children from around the world remain trapped in Syria facing an uncertain and dangerous future, a charity has warned. Save the Children says it …
  • Trash is a problem we can all sort out - Shanghai Daily 21 Feb 2019 14:30 Shanghai News Students at schools and kindergartens had classes on waste sorting yesterday. At Shanghai Huangpu School in Huangpu District, students learned to dump waste into different bins as their first class of the new semester. “The class was very helpful and …
  • Woman sounds alarm about bedbugs at Princess Towers 21 Feb 2019 09:07 Brandon Sun A Brandon woman is raising concern after seeing what she describes as an “infestation” of bedbugs and cockroaches at Brandon’s Princess Towers. While she was trying to help move her cousin, Judy, into affordable housing over the summer, Fisher says the two …
  • These moms south of Seattle are tackling asthma, starting in preschools 21 Feb 2019 05:23 KASU When Gabriela Avendaño’s daughter was about to start kindergarten, she took her to the doctor for a cough that wouldn’t go away. The doctor told her: “Your daughter doesn’t have a cold; she has asthma,” Avendaño said, speaking in Spanish. The doctor gave …
  • Victor Valley Museum hosts Arthropolooza: Ultimate Bugfest  20 Feb 2019 23:07 Inland Empire Live insect encounters and hands-on activities include the “Dare Box” Apple Valley, CA – Arthropolooza: the Ultimate Bugfest buzzes into the Victor Valley Museum on Saturday, Feb. 23, 12 to 3 p.m. The museum and local partners present demonstrations and …
  • Polar vortex may have killed 95% of stink bugs, Virginia Tech researchers say 20 Feb 2019 18:52 WTVR × Polar vortex may have killed 95% of stink bugs, Virginia Tech researchers say BLACKSBURG, Va. — Virginia Tech researchers say extreme cold from events like January’s polar vortex may have killed off a majority of invasive insect species like stink bugs. …

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