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  • Abortion Debate: Little Evidence Sonograms Change Minds, Doctors Say

    The author of a proposed law in Texas that would require doctors to perform sonograms on women seeking abortions has called the bill “empowering” to women, saying it could help some change their minds about going through with the procedure. But reproductive rights researchers and abortion providers say there’s little scientific evidence that the law will change women’s minds.

  • Guys & Gals Get Drunk in Name of Sleep Science

    Those who have had a rough night out drinking may know the booze can deepen nighttime sleep only to wake you up as the sun is rising. Turns out this so-called rebound effect strikes women more than men, according to a new study in which a group of 20-somethings got drunk in the name of science.

  • Alcoholic Whipped Cream: New Craze Could Harm Collegians

    First, college campuses were overtaken by the caffeinated alcoholic drink craze, which brought us such brews as the now-FDA-unapproved Joose and Four Loko. But now, it’s not just energy drinks that are getting a boost from alcohol — alcoholic whipped cream is becoming more popular in schools such as the University of Central Florida, according to a report from the WBTV station in Florida.

  • Woman Claims The Sun As Her Property

    Angeles Duran shows documents which shows the ownership on Sun which said: Owner of the Sun, Spectral Type G2 Star, located in mid of solar system which settled in average distance from earth around 149,600,000 KM.

  • Lando Is The Man

    Lando Calrissian is the baddest mother in space in this blaxploitation-style trailer for Blackstar Warrior. The spoof trailer, for a spinoff movie that puts the Cloud City player in the center of the Star Wars action, boasts badass punch lines and some sexy stormtrooper babes. Watch Video ›

  • BEST OF E3 2010

    E3 2010 has come and gone. We’ve given you lots of coverage on individual games and publishers we saw there, and have a bit more on the way still, but wanted to take a break from all of that and tell you what in particular you should be excited about. From exclusives, to new technology, industry stalwarts to brand new properties. So sit back, relax, and prepare to drool as we tell you what Newsarama’s best of the best were at E3 2010.

  • Wikileaks Strike Again!

    Wikileaks, that profound leaker of classified government documents, is pretty much just that: It’s a non-profit media organization that publishes documents submitted by anonymous sources and leaks. The website was founded and launched in 2007 by Australian journalist and activist Julian Paul Assange.

  • Starting The Cosmetology Journey

    Many little girls and boys pretend to be hair stylists while role-playing, and some even take to their friends and siblings with scissors or mountains of hair gel—much to the chagrin of their parents. But a life-long career in cosmetology requires inherent traits such as a pleasant demeanor, an eye for good style, physical endurance and boundless creativity.

  • Bush Is Interviewed By Facebook

    Former President George W. Bush today broke new ground in the world of publishing when he became the first U.S. president to be interviewed at Facebook headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., to promote his autobiography “Decision Points.”

  • Squid Worm Found! Scientists Call It The Missing Link

    It’s not a squid. It’s not a worm. It’s a squid worm. Scientists with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and the University of California, Santa Cruz, have discovered a species in the Celebes Sea that could be the missing link between species that reside solely in the seafloor’s mud and those that live only in the water column.

  • Transplanted Genes Let Flowers Light Up

    Red roses with glowing petals, poinsettias lit up for Christmas and shrubbery that illuminates communities at night, rendering street lights unnecessary — that’s the vision behind the company BioGlow, Inc.

  • Why Obesity May Be Out of Your Control

    People in developed nations all over the world are becoming increasingly fatter. But the usual culprits — too much food and too little exercise — might not be entirely to blame for our expanding waistlines, according to a new study.

  • ASPEN February 2011 Solicitations

    Everything you know about magic will… Vanish. Powerful forces of magic once banished from our reality have returned, and Hank is about to step into a world where the wonders of magic have not only come back, but are even flourishing!

  • When’s the Best Time to Get the Flu Vaccine?

    While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting the seasonal flu vaccine as soon as possible, some doctors say people should wait until October or November. When’s the best time to get the flu shot?

  • Graphic Design Career Qualifications

    Artistic designers for all kinds of products must be able to translate the ideas of their companies, governments or organizations into illustrations — pictures that are literally worth thousands of words.

  • Stars Love Jets, Cosmic Study Shows

    Supermassive black holes at the hearts of galaxies have phenomenal cosmic jets. So do small stellar black holes. Now a baby star – one that’s still forming – has been found to rely on the same mechanism to produce its own jets.

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