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Want to Stand Out at Work? Study Suggests Using a ‘supportive Voice’

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AMES, Iowa — It happens at virtually every company meeting or informal brain-storming session. A manager asks all employees for their opinion on a particular subject, using phrases like, “Don’t be shy, we’re looking for feedback!” Such corporate situations can be tricky, as workers don’t want to say the wrong thing, but sometimes saying nothing at…

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Nasal Spray Combination of Rifampicin, Resveratrol Could Cure Dementia

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OSAKA, Japan — A nasal spray that combines the powers of two drugs may be able to treat and even prevent Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia. Researchers from Osaka City University say the potentially groundbreaking treatment combines an antibiotic called rifampicin with resveratrol — an antioxidant found in plants. Their study reports…

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Oh Fiddlesticks! Average Person Spends 30 Minutes Prying Presents From Boxes on Christmas

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Survey finds that over the course of your life, you’ll spend 43 days total trying to free a product from its packaging. Whether it’s vacuum-sealed or over-taped, packages that are too hard to open cause one in three people to lose their temper! LONDON — The joy of receiving nightly gifts after lighting the menorah…

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Face Mask Made With Ostrich Extract Detects COVID-19 by Glowing Under UV Light

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KYOTO, Japan — You may soon be able to check if you’ve been exposed to coronavirus from your own home — thanks in part to ostriches. Japanese scientists have developed a new face mask made with ostrich extract that can detect COVID-19 with the help of a fluorescent light and a smartphone. The non-woven mask…

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