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Move over, man!
As children, no doubt most of us envisaged a future of flying cars, holidays in space and a simple life where robots catered to our every needs, cleaning the house, preparing meals and doing all our photocopying and filing at work. While companies such as Virgin Galactic (New Mexico, US) and Moller ...  | Read.. 
Once is not enough
Mushroom hunters have never had it so good. Picking edible, fleshy fungi may now be carried out over an extended period of time, at least in Europe, t ...  | Read.. 
The secret language of cravings
Nearly everyone gets food cravings from time to time. Pregnant women are famous for their midnight yearnings for pickles and ice cream. And the desire ...  | Read.. 
Move over, man!
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q+aI am currently using Windows XP Professional. My PC was infected with a virus (W32.Pinfi) which I had quarantined with Norton Antivirus. But Norton still displays that my system needs urgent attention, just as it had done before I quarantin ...  | Read.. 
 
Trisomy, ugly nails and sedation
My son has been diagnosed as suffering from...  | Read..
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