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NZ Steel secures 500000 free carbon credits worth NZD 10 million

Source: SteelGuru New Zealand Steel was given nearly 500,000 free carbon credits in 2010, worth nearly NZD 10 million, to cushion it from the impact of a price on carbon, According to the country’s specialist carbon market intelligence service Carbon … Continue reading

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First, do no harm: Study finds danger in standard treatment for a serious lung disease

Kara Gavin EurekAlert A combination of three drugs used worldwide as the standard of care for a serious lung disease puts patients in danger of death or hospitalization, and should not be used together to treat the disease, called idiopathic … Continue reading

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Should eugenics become a “fundamental human right”?

Michael Cook BioEdge Should termination of Down syndrome foetuses be regarded as a fundamental human right? This is an issue which the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) is currently pondering. In the case of Kr?zmane vs. Latvia, the mother of … Continue reading

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The Weight of the World

Glynis Whiting NFB/CBC This fascinating documentary looks at obesity. Stockholm’s Dr. Stephan Rossner, an obesity specialist, proves beyond doubt that obesity is a man-made epidemic. Super-sized fast foods and a $12 billion ad industry are proving to be lethal when … Continue reading

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Which Toxic Chemical Is Found In 99 Percent of Breast Cancer Patients?

April McCarthy Prevent Disease For years, experts have been warning women about some very toxic ingredients the cosmetic industry uses which put users at risk of cancer and hormonal changes. University of Reading researchers have now found one of those … Continue reading

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More children now living with ‘life-limiting’ conditions

Paula Gould EurekAlert The number of children with conditions such as muscular dystrophy, neurodegenerative disorders or severe cerebral palsy who are surviving into adulthood has been underestimated, a new study shows. Research led from the University of Leeds, has shown … Continue reading

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How a bad ‘un can be spotted at the age of TWO – and should be sent to ‘discipline institutes’ at five, says behaviour tsar

Daily Mail Children at risk of descending into a life of crime and aggression can and should be identified at the age of two, according to the Government’s ‘discipline expert’. Those children likely to ‘go off the rails’ should be … Continue reading

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Goldman to face mortgage debt class-action lawsuit

Source: Reuters Goldman Sachs Group Inc was ordered by a federal judge to face a securities class-action lawsuit accusing it of defrauding investors about a 2006 offering of securities backed by risky mortgage loans from a now-defunct lender. U.S. District … Continue reading

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Re-Orienting America

Source: CFR Some 40 years ago, when I entered Oxford University as a graduate student, I declared my interest in the Middle East. I was told that this part of the world came under the rubric of “Oriental Studies,” and … Continue reading

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Snipers, jets and 13,500 troops on Olympics duty… 4,000 more than Afghanistan

Source: Daily Mail Up to 13,500 British troops will protect the London Olympics from a terrorist atrocity, it was revealed today. The figure is 4,000 more than the number who currently serve in Afghanistan and will see bomb disposal experts, … Continue reading

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