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Black Boxes: Crucial To Air Crash Probes

A file photo taken on May 13, 2010 shows the recovered black boxes of the Libyan Afriqiyah Airways plane that crashed on 12 May 2010. Black boxes, which record all in-flight data in aircraft, are essential tools in air accident investigations. Pic: AFPPERTH: Black boxes, which record all in-flight data in aircraft, are essential tools in air accident investigations and thanks to them nine out of ten accidents can be explained.

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Love, Sex And Football: A Brazilian Extravaganza Awaits

A man stands near the Brazilian flag inside Sao Jose Municipal Market in Recife, northeastern Brazil, April 5, 2014. Recife is one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Pic: ReutersSAO PAOLO: Calling all football lovers ... and lovers! June 12, Brazil. Put it in your diary.

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5 Diet Mistakes That Tip The Scales Against Success

On paper, it looks like you’re doing everything right; you’ve eliminated cookies, you’re hitting the gym, and you’re eating salads for dinner.

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Watermelon Cure Blood Pressure And Slash Heart Attacks For The Obese?

PIC: somewhat-happening.blogspot.comWATERMELON reduces high blood pressure in overweight people and could slash the risk of a heart attack, new research shows.

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Microsoft Is Suddenly A New Company. But Is It Too Late?

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JUST a two months into the tenure of new CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft feels like an entirely different company. It’s finally letting go of the past and looking towards the future. That’s nothing less than a wonderful thing, but it comes with a caveat: You have to wonder if it came too late.

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Proof That Life Experiences -- Not Things -- Make You Happier

Pic:Huffingtong PostIF you're wondering whether to use your tax refund to buy that new expensive bag or go on vacation, a new study suggests your best bet may be the latter.

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Diners More Likely To Choose Restaurant With Menu Labeling

EAT/DRINK Diners more likely to choose restaurant with menu labeling/Pic:AFPNEW YORK: The results of a new US study confirm a rising trend among consumers today: diners are more likely to choose a restaurant that provides nutritional information and healthy menu options.

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Hidden Ocean On Saturn’s Moon Bolsters Life Theory

A diagram illustrates the possible interior of Saturn’s moon Enceladus based on a gravity investigation by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft and Deep Space Network, courtesy of NASA, April 4, 2014. Pic: ReutersWASHINGTON: Saturn’s moon Enceladus is home to an ocean of melted water beneath its surface, and could be a source for alien microbes, scientists said yesterday.

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How Running 'May Preserve Thinking Skills'

Exercise Exercise is good for the brain as well as the heart/Pic:BBCAEROBIC exercise in your 20s may protect the brain in middle age, according to a US study.

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As Mystery Of Flight 370 Deepens, So Does Our Fascination

 The network even tried to rent a Boeing 777 for its coverage, before settling for the use of a 777 flight simulator.TELEVISION viewers whose main source of news is CNN probably could write a thesis by now about the intricate details of the "Mystery of Flight 370," as the network calls it, from all they've learned from the network's reporting.

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