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Regardless of the amount of money paid, a recent study from Stanford University researchers found that almost one-third of all medical malpractice claims paid out between 2005 and 2014 stemmed from just 1% of doctors, according to a piece from Vocativ. The study, which was published in the New England Journal of Medicine, also found ...

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In the wake of countless controversial media reports, police departments across the nation continue to seek ways to increase the accountability of their officers and improve relationships with civilians. With that, yet another East Coast police department joins the ranks of the technologically enforced, as New Jersey’s Hamilton Township pushes for its force to purchase ...

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There’s one piece of equipment that many homeowners have in their homes which saves a great deal of money and energy — but researchers are now saying that this one item could make it possible for hackers to take down an entire regional power grid. As reported by WIRED, researchers Vasilios Hioureas of Kaspersky Lab ...

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Now that we’re all finally starting to understand what 4G is, and also what 3G was, for that matter, 5G technology is about to hit the market. As Business Insider reported, the 5G internet connection was developed for the same reasons that 3G and 4G internet connections were built: “to keep up with the proliferation ...

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A serious trend in spinal and back problems was observed among young office workers in their thirties. Specialists at the Indian Spinal Injuries Center have raised concerns about the number of young office professionals in Delhi who report spine problems that were once more common in older people. Some complaints from the sedentary patients included ...

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“Deadpool”, 20th Century Fox’s latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, opened this weekend to over $132 million domestic sales, broke several R-rated records, and hit a high of $70 million for its three-day debut. According to Forbes, the success of the film would have been impossible without the unique and aggressive strategy on the ...

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Nigeria, as well as many countries on the African continent, are not particularly known for their real estate and property development industry, but things were a little different this past year, according to The Nation Newspaper Nigeria. The local news source reported the findings of the most recent industry valuation, and business appears to be booming. ...

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According to Pharmacy Times, Botox may be useful for more than just reducing wrinkles. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved the use of Botox treatments to aid adults suffering from lower limb spasticity. This injectable effectively reduces muscle stiffness in ankles and toe muscles to lessen pain. In March of 2010, Botox ...

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Most fans of the late culinary great Julia Child know her best through her recipes; you might even say that her cookbooks are more personal than reading her diary. But that seems to pale in comparison to a new opportunity beginning in 2017: Julia Child’s summer home in Provence, France will be opening up to ...

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There’s a new saying among the tech-savvy denizens of the Web, “The Internet never forgets.” It’s an ominous saying. Even worse, it’s actually true. But in Europe, Google is in the process of expanding the scope of a “Right To Be Forgotten” protocol. In May 2014, the European Union’s Court of Justice determined that EU ...

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