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December 26th, 2014
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Blood test accurately predicts autism in children

12/20/2012 11:40am
Autism is a disease that even veteran physicians sometimes have a hard time diagnosing in a process that sometimes takes hours of observation and thoughtful cataloguing of behaviors and symptoms. But what if it was as easy as taking a blood sample?

Blood test accurately predicts autism in children

12/20/2012 11:40am
Autism is a disease that even veteran physicians sometimes have a hard time diagnosing in a process that sometimes takes hours of observation and thoughtful cataloguing of behaviors and symptoms. But what if it was as easy as taking a blood sample?

Have You Seen This? A smashing good time

12/20/2012 1:08pm
BYU's Splash Lab has way too much fun celebrating Christmas by mocking some of our holiday favorites.

Utah town burns 16-foot mammoth effigy for solstice

12/20/2012 2:08pm
A Southern Utah town will burn a 16-foot effigy of a mammoth Friday to celebrate the winter solstice and draw attention to the historical significance of the area.

5 actors who look nothing like their book counterpart

12/20/2012 2:32pm
Tom Cruise's new film "Jack Reacher" is based off a famous series of books and Cruise looks nothing like Reacher's description. This got us thinking about who else didn't fit the look of the character and we've come up with this list.

Facebook tests $1 fee for messages to non-friends

12/20/2012 6:57pm
Facebook says it is testing a service that will charge users $1 to guarantee that messages they send to people they are not connected to arrive in users' inboxes, rather than in an often-ignored folder called "other."

Give the meaningful gift this year

12/20/2012 7:36pm
Despite our lack of time, energy or planning, giving a meaningful gift doesn't have to be stressful or time-consuming. It's about sharing the real you, or blessing someone's life with a simple act.

Opinion: The mentally ill aren't always who you think they are

12/20/2012 8:43pm
In the dialogue about the mentally ill, we must never forget the millions of middle-grounders who are what mental illness is really about: people who have a cross to bear who are doing all they can to be loved, appreciated and helped along the way.

Study: 85% of people worldwide identify with religion

12/20/2012 9:20pm
How religious is the world we live in? A new study shows more than eight-in-10 people worldwide identify with a religious group.
 
   
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