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1.4 billion jobs depend on pollinator: report

by Mariëtte Le Roux PARIS | AFP – About 1.4 billion jobs and three-quarters of all crops depend on pollinators, researchers said Monday

Study finds no link between pregnancy flu, autism risk

MIAMI | AFP – Researchers found no link between influenza in pregnant women and the risk of her child developing autism after birth,

‘Lion’ unleashes 8-year-old star Sunny Pawar

LOS ANGELES — Sunny Pawar has had a long day after jetting from New York to L.A. But the 8-year-old star of the

Nathan Kuravackal wins National STEM Video Game Challenge

by Katy Svehaug November 14, 2016 With only one level to go before receiving his black belt, 11-year-old Nathan Kuravackal drew on his

Eli Lilly Alzheimer’s drug fails in clinical trial

MIAMI – AFP – An experimental drug to fight Alzheimer’s disease, called solanezumab, failed in a major clinical trial, the US pharmaceutical giant

Marijuana doctors get new business buzz in California

by Peter Hecht (The Sacramento Bee)

In the weeks since Californians voted to legalize marijuana for recreational use, the phones have been ringing