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South Africa: City Lights Blind South African Youths Into Drugs

According to the Central Drug Authority, the substance abuse rate in South Africa among teenagers is spiraling out of control. The authority believes one in two schoolchildren have already experimented with drugs. "A study published in the Lancet ... AllAfrica.com, 6 days ago

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Al Ahram

Egypt's renowned artist Nagy Shaker explores magic of light and 'fourth dimension'

Related "I was five years old when a neighbor invited me to his home. He closed the blinds and made the room pitch black. Suddenly I saw light projected on a white screen. This is the first time I saw the 35mm movie projector, the first time I ...
 Al Ahram1 day ago Nagy Shaker explores magic of light & '4th dimension'  Nile International1 day ago
Business Insider

UFO: Mexico City Sun-Halo Phenomenon Lights Up Social Media And Fears Of End Times

2015 continues to be a banner year for UFO sightings, and Mexico has been a definite hot spot literally with multiple UFOs being spotted hovering around or near erupting volcanoes in Mexico. So when a bizarre ring appeared around the sun on ...
 Inquisitr2 days ago A strange sun phenomenon caused panic in Mexico  Business Insider3 days ago Is it a UFO? Sun halo sparks fear and jokes in Mexico  Yahoo! Finance4 days ago Sun halo over Mexico sparks doomsday fears, UFO hype  Japan Times4 days ago
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Low Funds Render ARLVDs Blind

VISAKHAPATNAM: Despite Vizag being touted as an upcoming SMART City, it is rather appalling that the city fails to maintain the bare minimum requirements to gain the coveted status. The Automated Red Light Violation Detection (ARLVD) Systems, which ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago
New Zealand Herald

Good bosses sincerely care for staff well-being

Welcome to my regular series My Light Bulb Moment. This column highlights a blinding flash of insight business, cultural and sports leaders have experienced and how it changed their lives. Chris Till In 2014 Chris became chief executive of the ...
 New Zealand Herald3 days ago
MSN News US

'Smart cane' to help blind people recognize faces

Students at Birmingham City University in England are developing a "smart cane" they say will enable the visually impaired to identify friends and family using facial recognition technology. Called XploR, the cane uses smartphone technology to ...
 CNEWS5 days ago Students developing 'smart cane' for the blind  MSN News US2 weeks ago Students design a facial recognition cane for blind people  Engadget2 weeks ago Students design facial recognition cane for blind people  MSN News US2 weeks ago

Global rate of blindness is declining: in 2014 LIGHT FOR THE WORLD helped more than one million blind and disabled people

VIENNA, Austria -- For many years, LIGHT FOR THE WORLD (http://www.light-for-the-world.org) has been contributing to the constant drop of the global blindness rate. When the organisation first started 25 years ago, 0.6 per cent of the world's ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago LIGHT FOR THE WORLD gives sight to over 1 million  Biz Community1 week ago
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Atlanta Jazz Festival Headliner Diane Schuur Still Swinging

Diane Schuur talks with H. Johnson on "City Lights" about her career as a jazz vocalist and pianist. After more than three decades, Deedles is going strong. Diane Schuur, the Grammy-winning vocalist and pianist noted for her jazz and pop ...
 WABE1 week ago

Police pellets blind Kashmir teen

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Hamid Bhat is unlikely to regain vision in his right eye. TOPICS Over 100 of them had pierced his face and skull Hamid Nazir Bhat, 16, has lost vision in his right eye pierced by pellets, and nearly a ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
Motley Fool

The Halo Effect, Elon Musk, and the Potential Pitfalls of Following Blindly

We live in a complex and busy world. We're flooded with information to process and decisions to make. Because of that our brain uses shortcuts, called cognitive shortcuts, to make quicker decisions. Some of these shortcuts can be quite biased ...
 Motley Fool1 day ago
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