Monthly Archives: May 2013

Study: Doctors often on board to help sick fliers – Carlisle Sentinel

Is there a doctor on board? Surprisingly often, there is _ in half of in-flight medical emergencies _ and sick airline passengers almost always survive, a new study finds. The research is the largest look yet at what happens to…

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Syria’s Assad warns Israel on air strikes – BBC News

30 May 2013 Last updated at 19:04 ET Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. President Bashar al-Assad said that Syria would respond to any future attacks on its territory by Israel Continue reading the main story Massacre…

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What You Missed While Not Watching the National Spelling Bee Finals – TIME

Evan Vucci / AP Photo Vanya Shivashankar, 11 of Olathe, Kansas, spells the word “Michelangelesque” correctly during the semifinal round of the National Spelling Bee on Thursday. Email Print Share Facebook Tumblr LinkedIn StumbleUpon Reddit Digg Mixx Delicious Google+ The…

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Sometimes, father doesn’t know best – MiamiHerald.com

What do you give the kid who has everything? His own summer action-adventure blockbuster, of course. That’s exactly what Will Smith has done for his 14-year-old son, Jaden, with “After Earth,” a sci-fantasy film based on a story idea by…

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Stocks rise as lackluster reports ease Fed concern – Boston Globe

Stocks rose after lackluster economic reports convinced traders the Fed will continue to stimulate the economy. Jobless claims rose, and an initial estimate of economic growth was revised slightly lower. That suggests the Fed will keep up its $ 85…

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Blake Shelton and all-star friends help raise money for Oklahoma after … – kjrh.com

OKLAHOMA CITY – A chorus of hope rang out in Oklahoma City Wednesday night as an all-star lineup gathered for the “Healing in the Heartland” benefit concert, organized by country star and Oklahoma native Blake Shelton. Shelton called upon friends…

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Motorola’s Moto X Phone Will Be Made in America – ABC News

Motorola’s next flagship phone won’t only have sensors that will know when you are going to take a photo or when it is in your pocket, but it will be the first smartphone assembled in the U.S. During an interview…

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Six-step formula against Nadal on clay – ESPN

Rafael Nadal did not walk off the court as a beaten man after his first-round match at the French Open. But did he walk off as a beatable man? He was considered nearly invincible against everyone but Novak Djokovic coming…

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Frozen plants from the Little Ice Age regenerate spontaneously – Ars Technica

Catherine La Farge/PNAS Retreating glaciers are proving to be good news for plant scientists. Underneath one such glacier on Ellesmere Island in Canada, researchers have found plants that they believe have regrown after being entombed in the glacier for more…

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‘Transformers 4′: Meet The New Autobots – MTV.com

Transformers fans assumed that 2011′s “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” was the end of an era. The film seemed to be the finale of Michael Bay’s reign as robot king, but it turns out that the blockbuster director still has…

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