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An Ohio bridal shop is dark, the owners say, mainly thanks to Ebola hysteria. On Sunday, the bridal shop looked like a "Star Trek" set as bright blue light beamed from five ultraviolet ray machines in an operation designed to eliminate any possible trace of the virus.
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'Invisible' air umbrella pushes away rain

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Oct 20th - 11:45am
A new product may eliminate the stress of having umbrellas rendered useless by strong gusts of wind.
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Charcoal kilns: Unique remains of Utah’s ‘almost criminal’ past

John Hollenhorst  |  posted Oct 19th - 10:44pm
Unless you like to tramp around in the backcountry, you may never have seen a charcoal kiln. They're part of a nearly forgotten industry that, in the words of one expert, came to be thought of "almost like a criminal activity."
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Utah company providing key tool in fight against Ebola

Courtney Orton  |  posted Oct 19th - 10:35pm
A Orem-based company is on the front lines of fighting Ebola in Texas. Hospitals and hazmat teams are using its signature liquid spray to disinfect almost everything.
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UVU plans new cyber security certification

Paul Nelson  |  posted Oct 19th - 8:07pm
Professors at Utah Valley University say hackers and cyber scams are changing every day, and it's time to fight back. So, they're gearing up to offer a new certification in cyber security.
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What is the mysterious Magic Leap?

Doug Gross, CNN  |  posted Oct 19th - 2:15pm
Florida startup Magic Leap reportedly got $500 million from Google and others and plans to create a "magical" augmented reality.
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Man treated for Google Glass addiction

Jacque Wilson, CNN  |  posted Oct 18th - 7:50pm
A man who checked in to the Navy's Substance Abuse and Recovery Program for alcoholism treatment was also treated for a Google Glass addiction, according to a new study.
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Slow and steady may not win the weight-loss race

Henry Kimball and Danielle Ryan, CNN  |  posted Oct 17th - 8:28pm
Does it matter if you lose weight quickly or gradually? Apparently not. Here's a roundup of five medical studies published this week that might give you new insights into your health.
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Germ-zapping robot Gigi sets its sights on Ebola

Michael Martinez, Paul Vercammen and Jack Hannah  |  posted Oct 17th - 5:45pm
Gigi the robot looks like a skinny, harmless cousin of R2-D2, but the machine is a cold-blooded killer for hire, a germ zapper that could become an important weapon in the fight against Ebola
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Opinion: Which is more deadly, rumors or the Ebola virus?

Joseph Cramer, Contributor  |  posted Oct 17th - 11:45am
An epidemic virus travels at the cruising velocity of an international airline. Unfortunately, panic flies at the swiftness of the Internet. Truth struggles to catch both of them because the speed of enlightenment is slowed by our fears.
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New technology uncovers hidden geological hazards

John Hollenhorst  |  posted Oct 16th - 8:12pm
Geologist Adam McKean said experts knew there were some faults in the earth west of the Salt Lake International Airport.
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Utah researchers looking for less invasive ways to detect cancer

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Oct 16th - 4:36pm
Medical researchers at Huntsman Cancer Institute, Brigham Young University and the University of Utah are looking for less invasive methods to detect early stages of cancer.
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