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LONDON—Once again, scientists have confirmed the link between climate change and destructive hurricanes. The link is a simple one: a warmer world could mean fewer tropical storms, but those that arrive are likely to be more violent. The conclusion is

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Choosing a car for a teen driver requires making tough financial decisions just as college bills loom on the horizon. The temptation, and often the necessity, is to buy an inexpensive older model. But going too cheap has trade-offs that

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“I never go to hospitals, that’s where all the sick people are.” It’s an old joke, but, unfortunately, it has elements of truth. Hospitals are indeed dangerous places, and the emerging statistics on hospital-acquired infections (HAI) are more dire than

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Ready to move off-campus? If so, we should warn you – Boston’s rents are some of the highest in the country. If you have a limited budget, you’ll need a lot of patience to find an accessible place. You might

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(Reuters) – Tunisia said it would deploy the army to major cities and arrested nine people on Thursday after 20 foreign tourists were shot dead in an attack on a museum which Islamic State militants called “the first drop of

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When one thinks of a French chef passion comes to mind. Raymond Blanc is no exception. As BBC Two launches a new addition to its food season, Kew on a Plate, I met the chef, who has two Michelin stars

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MARION – Standing at his worktable among what he described as “organized chaos,” Brett Jolliff turned a swath of leather into a Willy & Wade key fob in 10 minutes. Working efficiently is mandatory when a small business owner’s staff is

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In just a week, Romans of all ages can relive the classic struggle of what it’s like to have grown up on the wrong side of the tracks. Rome Little Theatre’s “The Outsiders” hits the stage Jan. 30 through Feb.

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(HealthDay News) — Chronic sleep loss is rampant in America, and work commitment is a big reason why, new research suggests. “Work is the No. 1 sleep killer,” said Dr. Mathias Basner, an assistant professor of sleep and chronobiology in

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You might think you already know how to reduce your carbon footprint. Surprisingly, though, many of the everyday choices we wouldn’t think twice about add up over time to harm the planet. Check out this article to find out what

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