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  • FDA’s Warning about Testosterone Treatments • States Chronicle - The Food and Drug Administration is warning people concerning testosterone treatments. This and other types of steroids proved to be very dangerous. 
  • Arctic Seals Affected by Global Warming • States Chronicle - The Arctic seals are living hard times because of global warming. To survive, this species needs to be protected. Authorities declared it endangered.
  • Psychologists Argue Dogs Dream about their Owners • States Chronicle - Psychologists tend to believe that dogs dream about their owners. Dr. Deirdre Barrett, a psychologist at Harvard Medical School, analyzes dreams. 
  • Doctors Talk about Hackable Cardiac Implants • States Chronicle - Devices which are built to expand humans’ life span, like cardiac implants, are thought to be defenseless in front of hackers. 
  • A Terrible Bacteria Causes Death to Humans • States Chronicle - A terrible bacteria which is flesh-consuming caused the death of a man. Although this scenario seems to be part of horror stories, it is real.
  • Epson has a new scanner: FastFoto FF-640 • States Chronicle - The company Epson just released their FastFoto FF-640, a scanner that turns your old photos into digitalize ones in seconds.
  • Ways to Prevent Alzheimer’s Illness • States Chronicle - Recent surveys demonstrate that a specific pill helps in preventing Alzheimer’s illness. Scientists argue that they found a drug to prevent the disease. 
  • Carved Pumpkins Sinking at the South Carolina Aquarium • States Chronicle - Staff from South Carolina Aquarium is going underwater for planting carved pumpkins. Six divers carved underwater see-related shapes into pumpkins. 
  • Innovative Way of Repairing Knee Joint • States Chronicle - Doctors have been thinking of fixing knee joint injuries by using nose cartilages. The advancement of medicine helped doctors build grafts of cartilage tissue. 
  • The Reveal of Planet Generating Disk • States Chronicle - On October 22 men of science argue that they have unveiled the oldest known planet generating disk. This was estimated to be 45 million years old. 
  • Hepatitis A Warning Because of Whole Foods • States Chronicle - Detroit’s health representatives have complained about two cases of hepatitis A because of the consumption of products produced by Whole Foods Market. 
  • Our Jaws Were Traced Back to Prehistoric Swimmers • States Chronicle - Scientists have revealed that studies demonstrate human jaws evolved from our prehistoric swimmers ancestors. That fish had lived four hundred years ago.
  • Trick-or-treaters Are Thrilled about Teal Pumpkin Project • States Chronicle - The Teal Pumpkin Project is meant to let your trick-or-treaters know that you have healthy treats to offer without kids who suffer from allergies.
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases Hit a Record in the U.S • States Chronicle - This report shows that last year there were more cases of any sexually transmitted diseases than in the last 10 years. 
  • Migraines Believed to be Caused By Mouth Bacteria • States Chronicle - This showed that people who complained of having migraines in the past have a bigger number of mouth bacteria than the ones who did not report this problem.
  • Man Eats a Ghost Pepper, Tears His Esophagus • States Chronicle - After eating a burger topped with ghost pepper, a Californian man ended up in the hospital with a torn esophagus and a collapsed lung. 

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  • Daniel Ambrus - i was not impressed

    While this album is the most highly lauded of the long and amazing career of Massive Attack, it left me disappointed, prehaps because of all the hype I had heard about it before listening. Sure, safe From harm and Five Man Army are nice tracks but don't expect them to just knock you flat like 'Angel' or 'Black Milk' from Mezzanine did for me.

  • elkay - When you consider how much it makes with the recommended dilution rate

    I was skeptical but it works just as well as everyone says it does. You can dilute it for most jobs and just straight for the tough jobs. When you consider how much it makes with the recommended dilution rate, it is a pretty cheap solution for cleaning.