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    An important tradition for Gotham’s inner city in these hard times

    Original @ Isegoria The Wayne Manor Holiday Food Drive has become an important tradition for Gotham’s inner city in these hard times: [...]

    Theory: Flexibility is at the heart of human intelligence

    Original @ Medical Xpress – latest medical and health news stories Centuries of study have yielded many theories about how the brain gives rise to human intelligence. Some neuroscientists think intelligence springs from a single region or neural network. Others argue that metabolism or the efficiency with which brain … [...]

    Earning It: A Complete History of U.S. Army Berets and Who’s Allowed to Wear Them

    Original @ Small Wars Journal

    By: Army Times

    “It’s official: Seventeen years after adding another color to its array of distinctive headgear, the Army is getting another beret.”

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    Drug Discovery AI to Scour a Universe of Molecules for Wonder Drugs

    Original @ Singularity Hub On a dark night, away from city lights, the stars of the Milky Way can seem uncountable. Yet from any given location no more than 4,500 are visible to the naked eye. Meanwhile, our galaxy has 100–400 billion stars, and there are even more galaxies in the universe. The numbers of the night sky are […] [...]

    How Technology Is Leading Us Into the Imagination Age

    Original @ Singularity Hub In many ways, the future is unpredictable. A report by the World Economic Forum reveals that almost 65 percent of the jobs elementary school students will be doing in the future do not even exist yet. Combined with technological automation and the disappearance of traditional jobs, this leaves us with a critical question: how can […] [...]

    A classical historian assesses World War II

    Original @ Isegoria Thomas Ricks picked up Victor Davis Hanson’s The Second World Wars with some trepidation, because the subject was outside Hanson’s area of expertise: To my surprise, I found it lively and provocative, full of the kind of novel perceptions that can make a familiar subject interesting again. It wouldn’t make a good introduction to World […] [...]

    Many health care providers work while sick

    Original @ Medical Xpress – latest medical and health news stories (HealthDay)—More than 40 percent of health care personnel (HCP) with influenza-like illness (ILI) work while ill, according to a study published in the November issue of the American Journal of Infection Control. [...]

    Intensive BP control lacks benefit in chronic kidney disease

    Original @ Medical Xpress – latest medical and health news stories (HealthDay)—Intensive blood pressure (BP) control may provide no benefit and may even be harmful for patients with moderate-to-advanced chronic kidney disease, according to a study published online Oct. 16 in the Journal of Internal Medicine. [...]

    Simple checklist can identify useful clinical practice guidelines

    Original @ Medical Xpress – latest medical and health news stories (HealthDay)—A simple, easy-to-use checklist, the Guideline Trustworthiness, Relevance, and Utility Scoring Tool (G-TRUST), can identify useful clinical practice guidelines, according to a study published in the September/October issue of the Annals of Family Medicine. [...]

    Risk of falls up with mild, moderate diabetic retinopathy

    Original @ Medical Xpress – latest medical and health news stories (HealthDay)—Among Asians, individuals with mild and moderate diabetic retinopathy (DR) are more likely to have fallen, and greater perceived barriers to diabetes self-management (DSM) are associated with the severity of DR, according to two studies published online Nov. 16 in JAMA Ophthalmology. [...]