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Super Bowl-icious Tips, Recipes, Healthy Substitutes & Calorie Counts for the Big Game + MORE 12:41 am Feb 4th

Joseph

February 4, 2012


The following are some of the more recent news stories of this week.
Super Bowl Weekend will hopefully provide you a tremendous victory over your opponent “Acne”.

Komen Takes It Back, Will Keep Funding Planned Parenthood
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Komen Takes It Back, Will Keep Funding Planned ParenthoodThe Susan G. Komen foundation, after several days of loud outrage over its decision to stop sending funds to Planned Parenthood, has announced that it won’t cut off the relationship after all. In a statement, the foundation apologized for “recent decisions that cast doubt upon our commitment to our mission of saving women’s lives…

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Super Bowl-icious Tips, Recipes, Healthy Substitutes & Calorie Counts for the Big Game
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Super Bowl-icious Tips, Recipes, Healthy Substitutes & Calorie Counts for the Big GameInstead of a Fit Links post today, I’m sticking with things related to the Super Bowl since it’s such a huge food consumption day. I’m really excited to watch despite not caring who wins! (Dang Vikings – I feel like I say that every year)
To help viewers have a happy (and healthier) Super Bowl Sunday, TODAY…

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Robots Aboard the International Space Station
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Robots Aboard the International Space StationNASA’s doing a good job of keeping the International Space Station well-stocked with robots just in case there’s a surprise alien invasion. Robonaut 2 is up there, along with a pack/fleet/swarm/assemblage of SPHERES robots. NASA’s Ames Research Center, Johnson Space Center, and MIT have put together a little vid to keep us all up to date with their on-orbit robot happenings and how they plan to give Robonaut his own personal spaceship rear-attachment…

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Pharmaceutical Legislation Changes In Europe – EMA and Member States Prepare
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Preparations are underway at the European Medicines Agency together with European Member States and the European Commission, for the introduction of the new pharmacovigilance legislation in July this year. The new legislation will represent the biggest change to the legal framework since The Agency was founded in 1995…

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Researchers Weigh Methods to More Accurately Measure Genome Sequencing
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Researchers at New York University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences evaluate some current methods to sequence individual genomes–a study that serves as a “stress test” of the efficacy of these practices.

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Built to Withstand Almost Anything
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By helping buildings withstand unusually severe hazards, the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate aims to keep critical infrastructure open for business

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Six-Organ Transplant Girl Goes Home Today
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After 100 days in hospital and undergoing a complicated 6-organ transplant, 9-year-old Alannah Shevenell, from Maine, leaves Boston Children’s Hospital today and goes home. Alannah has been treated for a rare form of cancer; an inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor continued to grow after all possible treatments failed, and was compromising her internal organs…

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Child Abuse And Neglect Toll $124 Billion, USA
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A report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that was published in Child Abuse and Neglect – The International Journal, reveals that the total lifetime estimated financial costs that is associated with just one year of confirmed cases of child maltreatment, including physical and sexual abuse, psychological abuse and neglect, is about 124 billion U…

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Survivor Front Man Dave Bickler Gets Revenge on Newt Gingrich
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Survivor Front Man Dave Bickler Gets Revenge on Newt GingrichLike all Republican politicians, Newt Gingrich can’t play a song at his rallies without pissing off the liberal musicians who wrote them or the companies that own them. Just this week, Gingrich was sued by Rude Music Inc. for using “Eye of the Tiger” at his campaign events for years without permission…

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Judge Goes Easy on Crying Cop Who Planted Drugs
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Judge Goes Easy on Crying Cop Who Planted DrugsJason Arbeeny, a fourteen-year veteran of the NYPD, was convicted of planting crack on a innocent couple, but avoided jail yesterday with a teary apology. “I can’t look at myself in the mirror anymore,” said a crying Arbeeny, the Daily News reports. “My oath went down the window, my pride went out the window…

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US Pediatricians Recommend Routine HPV Vaccination For Boys
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As part of a revised standard published this week, the American Academy of Pediatrics says boys should be routinely vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV), a common virus that is spread through sexual contact. Although there are dozens of types of HPV, vaccines can protect both male and females against some of the more common types that can lead to disease and cancer…

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Early Study Suggests Nanodiamonds Safe for Implants
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As the number of knee and hip joint replacements grows, nanodiamond coatings could answer problems related to metal surfaces.

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Anonymous Hacked FBI Call About Hackers to Prove They Can
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Anonymous Hacked FBI Call About Hackers to Prove They CanOne of the biggest advantages of being a loosely organized, amorphous hacking collective like Anonymous is that when affiliated “members” are caught, not only can they distance themselves from the group, but others can pop up Whac-A-Mole style and make mischief on their behalf. Today, the group thumbed their noses at investigators by covertly hopping on a conference call between the FBI and Scotland Yard, and then posting the audio online…

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Meet a Guy Who Pays 102 Percent in Taxes
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And lived to tell the tale.
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Resveratrol—the hype continues
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Oh, the giddy abandon that overtakes some headline writers when crowning a story about resveratrol, a chemical found in red wine. Here’s a sampling of the latest:Scientists May Be Closer to Developing ‘Red Wine’ Drug
Secret of Resveratrol, Red Wine Health Benefits Spilled
How Red Wine Keeps Us Healthy
Red Wine Good For Health, Could Be Used To Cure Diabetes And Dementia
Pill To Uncork Red Wine’s Benefits

All that for an article published today in the journal Cell suggesting that resveratrol blocks the action of a muscle enzyme called phosphodiesterase 4 in mice…

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Federal Agency Restricts Web Access Due to Virus
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Federal Agency Restricts Web Access Due to VirusThe Washington Post is reporting that the Economic Development Administration (EDA), an agency of the US Department of Commerce, has had its Internet access temporarily cut because of the discovery of a virus in its computer networks on January 20th. According to the Post, the agency decided “out of an abundance of caution” to isolate the EDA’s network and keep its employees from accessing the Internet since the 24th of January…

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From Opening Thunder to Closing Whimper
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Predicting bomb shockwaves, building vulnerability, and evacuation priority.

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Susan G. Komen Starts U-Turn After Planned Parenthood Cut-Off
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After announcing that it was going to cut funding for Planned Parenthood’s breast screenings, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, a breast cancer foundation, today announced that it is changing its funding criteria, meaning it will probably resume funding to Planned Parenthood, a sexual health organization…

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Combined Approach to Global Health Can Save Lives at Lower Cost
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A new analysis published this week in the open-access journal PLoS ONE (Feb. 3, 2012) focused on a combined public health campaign in Western Province, Kenya led by the Swiss-based company Vestergaard Frandsen, the Kenyan Ministry of Health and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…

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