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Giant virus revived after more than 30,000 years

03/04/2014 10:01am
Researchers have revived a giant virus more than 30,000 years old, recovered from the permafrost of northeast Siberia.

Sound machines for babies: Too loud? Too close?

03/04/2014 10:49am
Parents: You want your baby to sleep soundly so that you can sleep too, right? So maybe you bought a machine that will play soothing sounds in the nursery. And maybe you crank up the volume so that your kid doesn't hear sirens outside or household noises. But how loud should these machines be?

Motorized couch creator offers video tutorial

03/04/2014 6:04pm
Couch potatoes can see the world in comfort if they follow the instructions provided on an instructional website created by a local inventor.

Tips to avoid identity theft over Wi-Fi

03/04/2014 8:03pm
Wi-Fi hijacking may sound like something out of a science fiction novel, but in reality, it's something you could be at risk for every day.

Brain stimulation controls tremors caused by Parkinson’s

03/04/2014 10:43pm
Doctors are becoming increasingly encouraged with an implant that's eliminating tremors from Parkinson's disease.
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