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Vasectomy May Lead to Prostate Cancer: Harvard Study
International Business Times India

Vasectomy May Lead to Prostate Cancer: Harvard Study

Prostate Cancer (Wikimedia Commons) Vasectomy has been linked to a small rise in the risk of getting prostate cancer and a relatively larger risk of getting lethal prostate cancer, according to a press release by the Harvard School of Public ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
Study Links High Cholesterol to Breast Cancer International Business Times India, 3 weeks ago

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I'm An 86-Year-Old Retired Executive, And The FBI Tracked Me Down Because Of One Photo I Took

Wikimedia Commons A photo of the Rainbrow Swash. This is a statement from one of the plaintiffs in the ACLU's lawsuit challenging the government's controversial Suspicious Activity Reporting program. Good morning. My name is James Prigoff. I ...
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How A 1940s Actress And An Avant Garde Composer Pioneered A Powerful Communication Technology

Wikimedia Commons Hedy Lamarr Sometimes inventions have surprising origins. Hedy Lamarr was a movie star in the golden age of Hollywood of the 1930s and 40s. George Antheil was a Dadaist avant garde composer. The two became friends, and during ...
 Business Insider1 week ago
Motley Fool

Mondelez International Readies for Another Spinoff?

Source: Wikimedia Commons. Fresh from calving off its coffee business, global snack-foods giant Mondelez International ( NASDAQ: MDLZ ) appears ready to slice up its operations once again. The Oreo cookies maker is separating its cheese ...
 Motley Fool1 week ago
International Business Times India

Testicle-Eating Pacu Fish Caught in Michigan

Black Pacu Wikimedia Commons/Steven G. Johnson A pacu fish, known for consuming human testicles, has been found in a lake in Michigan. The fish is believed to be a relative of the deadly, human flesh-eating piranha. Tom and Holley Luft, two ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago
Slate Magazine

The Unending Horror of the Humanities Job Market, in One Chart

William Shakespeare never earned a Ph.D. Wikimedia Commons The weak job prospects facing humanities Ph.D.s are sort of a dog-bites-man story by now, and most budding classics scholars probably don't need another reminder that they may have ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago
Motley Fool

Should Investors Buy Lumber Liquidators Now?

Source: Wikimedia Commons One of the worst performing stocks on July 10 turned out to be Lumber Liquidators ( NYSE: LL ) . After the specialty retailer reported preliminary revenue and earnings metrics for the fourth quarter of its 2014 fiscal ...
 Motley Fool1 week ago

Sam Judd: Keeping coral

A re-growing coral reef using Biorock technology. Photo / Marionpinta via Wikimedia Commons Whilst I was hitchhiking across the Pacific Ocean on sailboats in 2008, I saw some incredible, untouched coral reefs up close. So close, in fact, that I ...
 New Zealand Herald1 week ago
Motley Fool

3 Risks That Could Derail Rite Aid's Turnaround

Source: Wikimedia Commons Rite Aid ( NYSE: RAD ) has been one of 2014's hottest stocks. Year-to-date, shares in the country's third-largest drugstore chain are up over 44% from their 2013 closing price of $5.06. While this is significantly ...
 Motley Fool1 week ago
Motley Fool

4 Lessons for Investors From the First World War

European alliances, 1914. Wikimedia Commons. On June 28, 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a Bosnian Serb in the city of Sarajevo. The First World War followed thirty-seven days later, resulting in the deaths of 20 million ...
 Motley Fool1 week ago
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