July, 2017

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Americans are too drugged out to work

Surge in drug abuse has caused a lack of skilled workers over 18 in America   In the past few years there’s been an uptick in opioid addiction in the country  The epidemic has caused a cyclical pattern of unemployment and addiction Due to the loss of manufacturing jobs, peopleRead More

Can This Dog?

Shelters Struggle With Tests –

Bacon, a cream-colored retriever combination, took a behaviour test lately at an animal protector. He flunked. Bacon looked prepared for adoption. However, since he gulped food down, Dr. Sara Bennett, a veterinary behaviorist, stuck an imitation plastic hands attached to a rod to his bowl and then tugged it off.Read More

Hot Spot for Tech Outsourcing: ” The United States –

For many years, American businesses have been saving cash by “offshoring” projects — hiring individuals in India along with other remote farms. A few of those tasks have been outsourced from the USA, now. Nexient reflects the tradition of technologies work. It retains daily video encounters with among its customers,Read More

HMIC: Adults should be more aware of strangers online

According to researchers, one in three relationships now start online Changes in how people communicate have impacted how sex offenders operate Police forces have recorded a six-fold increase in the number of ‘internet-facilitated’ sexual offences between 2009 and 2014 Dating and social networking sites easily accessed through smartphones has resultedRead More

F.D.A. Delays Rules Which Could Have Restricted E-Cigarettes on Economy –

Electronic-cigarette manufacturers won a significant reprieve on Friday if the Food and Drug Administration postponed regulations which might have eliminated most of their goods in the marketplace and opened the doorway into animate e-cigarettes as a way to get smokers to stop. Even the F.D.A. commissioner, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, declaredRead More

Apple Removes Programs From China Store –

HONG KONG — China seems to have received aid on Saturday in an improbable source in its own struggle against resources which assist users bypass its Great Firewall of online censorship: Apple. Software made to assist users skirt the system of filters that were net of the country has disappearedRead More

Arizona targets wrong-way driving with unique tech program

System will illuminate a sign that notifies the driver and alert authorities To be installed on a 15-mile (24-kilometer) stretch of Interstate 17 in Phoenix By Associated Press Arizona transportation officials are moving forward with a first-in-the-nation pilot program that will use thermal camera technology to curb the wrong-way drivingRead More

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Harvard develops medical bio glue based on slug secretions

When slugs are threatened they release a sticky mucus to fix them in place  An adhesive was developed from analysis of Arion subfuscus, a common slug Experts used it to repair a hole in a pig heart that was slick with blood Tests revealed it is significantly stronger than other medicalRead More