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Where are the world’s happiest countries?

( CNN) Norwegians have more reason than ever to celebrate the International Day of Happiness. After ranking fourth for the last two years, Norway jumped three spots and displaced three-time win Denmark to take the title of “world’s happiest country” for the first time. Denmark dropped to second place this year, followed by Iceland, Switzerland, …

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No peanuts? No problem. How hungry kids with allergies have nothing to fear from this pantry.

The kitchen at the Neri household looks a little like an ad for The Container Store. The family of seven has an impressive system of color-coded plates, shelves, and utensils. But all that color coordination isn’t merely because the Neri family loves organization. It’s because their lives depend on it. 15 -year-old Nolan is allergic …

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Orange cave crocodiles may be mutating into new species

In 2008 an archaeologist detected crocodiles living in remote caves in Gabon. Now, genetics hint that these weirds cave crocodilians may be in the process of evolving into a new species. Environment Radical Conservation Orange cave crocodiles may be mutating into new species In 2008 an archaeologist discovered crocodiles living in remote caves in Gabon. …

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Vitamin C Can Suppress Leukemia By Governing Blood Cell Production

There is truth in the old proverb about apple consumption and medical appointments. Insufficient vitamin C be used to leukemia. This observed relationship has now been shown to operate through the regulatory role the vitamin plays in the operation of bone marrow stem cells. These days messages touting a single ingredient as being capable of …

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East Germany’s old mines transferred to new lake district

Despite a 2.2 bn regeneration program, the Lusatian Lake District project, on land once occupied by the GDRs industrial heartland, remains relatively unknown to non-east Germans. So we took a tour This was once one of the dirtiest areas in East Germany, says Sren, my tour guide from IBA Tours, as our bikes swoosh through …

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Nearly 500 New Routemasters remembered due to steering problem – BBC News

Image copyright AP Image caption Hundreds of buses were recalled as the power assisted steering may ‘become non-functional’ It hasn’t been a smooth ride for London Mayor Boris Johnson’s flagship New Bus for London, or as it has been more recently rebranded the New Routemaster. At the moment there are 700 in service. And putting …

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Indian doctors protest against plan to let’ quacks’ practise medication

Indian Medical Association says short bridging courses for traditional healers will lead to army of half-baked doctors Indian physicians have accused the government of seeking to “sanction quackery” by proposing to allow homeopaths and others trained in alternative remedies to practise conventional medicine after taking a bridging course. Doctors at private hospitals held protests on …

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