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The world's leading producer of crash test dummies is developing an obese dummy to accommodate the increasing numbers of overweight drivers.
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Cultural treasures smuggled into Utah returned to Peruvian government

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Oct 22nd - 6:06pm
Artifacts dating back to the pre-Columbian era that were seized in Utah and Tennessee were returned to the Peruvian government Wednesday at a ceremony in Denver.
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It's here! The hoverboard (Well, sort of)

Ed Payne, CNN  |  posted Oct 22nd - 11:53am
What looked like a cool movie prop in 1989 is now a reality, thanks to a small California company, Arx Pax.
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Ebola: Why virus kills some, other people survive

Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 21st - 6:01pm
People who shared an apartment with the country's first Ebola patient are emerging from quarantine healthy. So why do some people escape Ebola, and not others?
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Blind man with bionic eye sees light for 1st time in decades

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Oct 21st - 11:15am
A video of a man seeing light for the first time in 30 years is bringing tears to the eyes of many.
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King Tut's 'virtual autopsy' reveals surprises

Jacque Wilson, CNN  |  posted Oct 21st - 10:01am
A new "virtual autopsy" of King Tut's body, shown in an upcoming BBC One documentary, has given historians a clearer picture of the young man's life -- and death.
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Review: Apple Pay in action

Anick Jesdanun, Associated Press  |  posted Oct 21st - 9:32am
If there ever comes a day I can ditch my wallet and use my phone to pay for everything, I'll look back to my first purchase through Apple Pay: a Big Mac and medium fries for $5.44. That wallet-free day won't be coming for a while, if ever, but Apple's new payments system brings us much closer.
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Choices, not genetics, to blame for heart attacks, researchers say

Wendy Leonard  |  posted Oct 21st - 7:38am
Utah researchers find that heart attacks don't have a strong genetic link in families, but are more commonly a result of lifestyle choices and environmental factors.
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Ebola fears throw Ohio bridal shop owners' lives into chaos

Susan Candiotti and Chris Welch, CNN  |  posted Oct 20th - 2:04pm
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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