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Gaming systems are used for fun and entertainment, but the secrets they hide may put you and your family in danger. With the use of online gaming systems like Xbox, PS3 and Wii, the public needs to be aware of the dangers of sharing and storing information that may result in the infiltration of their privacy, or worse.
More than eighty per cent of cancers diagnosed by GPs are spotted in the first two consultations, with more than half being referred to see a specialist at the first appointment, according to a new study by a team of scientists including Durham University.
How can conflict of laws respond to the challenges from globalization? Some argue that state-based approaches like governmental interest analysis are inadequate, and advocate a return to the approach taken by the German scholar Savigny in the 19th century. The article shows that the assumption is correct: state-based approaches have indeed become problematic.
Expert group calls for increased investment in counting the sick and the dead
Meet Gary Trubl, a student working towards his masters in Environmental Science and currently studying the biogeochemistry related to denitrification of Lake Vida, Antarctica.
This week a pioneering study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) and co-authored by Dr. Alison Murray and Dr.
BACKGROUNDThe gamma-Gompertz multiplicative frailty model is the most common parametric model applied to human mortality data at adult and old ages. The resulting life expectancy has been calculated so far only numerically.OBJECTIVE
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