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Neha Ramu
13-year-old Girl 162 IQ: Gifted Neha Ramu Surpasses Albert Einstein, Steven Hawking [VIDEO]
Jun 07, 2013 17:11 PM E
13-year-old Neha Ramu boasts an IQ of 162, above the brilliant minds of Steven Hawking and Albert Einstein.
Trish Staine
Trish Staine Gives Birth To Surprise Baby: Minnesota Marathon Runner Did Not Know She Was Pregnant [VIDEO & REPORT]
Jun 07, 2013 11:46 AM E
Trish Staine gave birth to a healthy baby girl but she never knew she was pregnant. Learn more!
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‘Tiller Killer’ Scott Roeder Threatens New Abortion Clinic Owner In Shocking Prison Conversation [VIDEO]
Jun 07, 2013 11:22 AM E
The Tiller Killer is making headlines again for intimidating a woman from prison. Scott Roeder, the man convicted of killing Kansas late-term abortion doctor George Tiller back in 2009, said that the woman who recently reopened Tillers’ Wichita clinic is in danger of being shot.
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World's Oldest Tumor: Researchers Find Evidence Of Rare Growth On Neanderthal [PHOTO]
Jun 06, 2013 17:12 PM E
The oldest tumor ever was found in a Neanderthal more than 120,000 years old. Researchers made the rare discovery using bones originally excavated in 1899.
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Tongue Patch Diet: How Did Painful Procedure Become Weight Loss ‘Miracle?’
Jun 06, 2013 15:25 PM E
The tongue patch diet involves sewing a coarse, postage-stamp-sized patch onto a person’s tongue to keep them from eating. How did this extremely painful – and dangerous – procedure become a weight loss “miracle” in Venezuela?
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Ga. Ambulance Crash Tragedy: 2 EMT And Patient Killed In High Speed Semi Truck Collision [VIDEO]
Jun 06, 2013 15:20 PM E
A Ga. ambulance crash involving a jack-knifed semi truck kills two EMT and one patient.
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Sarah Murnaghan: 10-Year-Old Needs Lung Transplant For Cystic Fibrosis, Moved To Adult Waiting List After Judge's Controversial Decision
Jun 06, 2013 13:49 PM E
Sarah Murnaghan, the 10-year-old who has long suffered from the lung disease cystic fibrosis, was put on the adult waiting list for a lung transplant after a federal judge made the controversial decision to issue a restraining order against the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which monitors donor transplants.
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Scotch 6,000 Gallons Catches Fire: How Did The Alcohol Tanker Truck Overturn In New Jersey? [REPORT]
Jun 06, 2013 11:44 AM E
6,000 gallons of scotch when a tanker trailer overturned in New Jersey on Tuesday.
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Children Same-Sex Parents: New Study Says Gay Couples Have Happier And Healthier Kids
Jun 05, 2013 16:11 PM E
Children of same-sex parents are happier and healthier than kids of straight couples, a new study from Australia reports. The research supports earlier studies reporting that teens of lesbian couples had fewer behavioral problems than other kids their age.
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99 Cent Diet: Papa Joe Aviance Loses 250 Pounds By Walking, Spending Almost Nothing
Jun 05, 2013 13:12 PM E
Papa Joe Aviance says he lost 250 pounds in 18 months by cutting junk food out of his diet and eating only healthy foods purchased from a 99-cent store.
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Fan Brain Damage: Miguel Leg Drop Victim Khyati Shah Claims Head Trauma [VIDEO]
Jun 04, 2013 16:22 PM E
Musician Miguel drop kicks victim during Billboard Music Awards. Victim Khyati Shah claims to suffer brain damage from the incident.
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Vegetarians Live Longer Than Meat-Eaters, Loma Linda University Study Finds
Jun 04, 2013 15:46 PM E
In a 6-year study of mroe than 70,000 people, researchers from Loma Linda University in California found that vegetarians were 12 percent less likely to die from any cause. The study followed members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which promotes a vegetarian diet.
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Least Productive Time Of Day: When Do Office Workers Zone Out The Most?
Jun 04, 2013 12:45 PM E
The least productive time of day for office workers has been confirmed. When do office workers start to mentally clock out?
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EyeWire: Seung Labs Uses Gamers To Map Brain's Branching Neurons
Jun 03, 2013 17:02 PM E
EyeWire is a video game that aims to map the human brain. Over 60,000 people from 130 countries have participated in the game, the brainchild of Sebastian Seung from MIT.
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