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2015-03-05 16:26:50

PLYMOUTH, Minn., March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- HearPO, one of the largest providers of hearing healthcare programs in the United States, is now Amplifon Hearing Health Care.

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2015-02-28 14:09:28

Head pounding from that happy hour last night that somehow lasted until 2 am? You can easily solve that problem by sticking a fiber optic wire in your brain and turning on the juice.

2015-02-27 23:02:03

Rochester Institute of Technology color scientists offer an explanation for why the color of the dress that went viral has some people seeing blue/black and other seeing white/gold.

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2015-02-18 10:55:53

World of Warcraft has introduced a new patch that will help color-blind players navigate the game better.

2015-02-11 23:10:12

-- Ohio company manufactures tinnitus, hearing loss treatment device -- ATHENS, Ohio (PRWEB)

2015-02-06 23:01:18

Senator Angus King recently recognized the University of New England’s efforts in advancing research, education and advocacy around chronic pain and its treatment. Portland,

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2015-02-04 09:29:18

Engineers from Germany and Japan have reportedly developed a new type of sensor that has led to the creation of an electric suit capable of giving humans a magnetic sixth-sense.


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2010-10-06 21:40:54

A safety razor, designed to protect the user from serious injury, is a razor where the facial skin is protected from all but the very edge of the blade. Prior to using a safety razor, most men used a straight razor. These razors, although still available today, are not used very often due to the skill and attention required for use. Jean-Jacques Perret invented the safety razor. A rare safety razor design called "Comfort", although not truly a safety razor, was a landmark design. In...

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Word of the Day
begunk
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.