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When Glanzman repeated the experiment with RNA from sea snails that had been hooked up to wires but not shocked, the reflex behaviour did not transfer. They then tapped the snails on the tail and watched as they behaved just like the snails that had been shocked. In other words, scientists don't know at all how this transfer happened, and it's possible there's something going on in this experiment they don't understand.
  • Simon Harris to organise free repeat smear tests after cervical cancer controversy

    Simon Harris to organise free repeat smear tests after cervical cancer controversy

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    Saturday night saw the HSE confirmed that the clinical director of Cervical Check, Dr Gráinne Flannelly, had stepped down from her post effective immediately, in wake of the recent cervical cancer scandal. The Health Service Executive demanded specific and detailed proof that Vicky Phelan had suffered any loss, inconvenience or harm as a result of the botched handling of her misread smear test, according to court documents seen by RTÉ's This Week programme.
  • Amazon - Big profits coming

    Amazon - Big profits coming

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    There are more than 100 million paid Prime subscription members globally, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said earlier this month. Olsavsky added that the company had been experiencing "rises in cost" for providing some of the perks Prime offers like shorter shipping times and access to video streaming.
  • Russian Federation defense ministry says to deploy new air defense systems to Syria

    Russian Federation defense ministry says to deploy new air defense systems to Syria

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    Inspectors with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons ( OPCW ) are investigating a second site in Syria's Douma to determine whether chemical weapons were used. There is no shortage of reasons to be concerned about the entangled drama unfolding in Syria , as Russian Federation maneuvers on a shifting landscape that could see Israel and Iran collide in a direct confrontation.
  • Arab coalition in Yemen to probe reports of wedding strike

    Arab coalition in Yemen to probe reports of wedding strike

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    Samad held the post of president in the Houthi-backed political body which runs most of northern Yemen. He said Samad was killed on a road with six companions after meeting with local officials. Guterres also called for a transparent investigation. The warplanes twice hit the wedding ceremony. However, one must take note that the only media sources reporting the tanker seizure are Saudi sources and there has been no confirmation from an external source that the Houthis have ...
  • Christian Departs, Kings XI on Top

    Christian Departs, Kings XI on Top

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    Liam Plunkett - 8: (0 off 1, 3-17 from 4 overs) Superb debut. Delhi was expected to do well this season as they had big players like Jason Roy , Colin Munro, Maxwell with the experience of Gautam Gambhir . But, while going for one too many, the youngster lost his wicket to pacer Ankit Rajpoot , who bowled with fire to return figures of 2/23 in four overs.
  • Local schools quiet for

    Local schools quiet for "Day of Action" against gun violence

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    Betsy Rosen, a Myers Park parent who is not related to the suspended students, said she was outraged by the school's action. Many students expressed that the February shooting that killed 17 people at Parkland, Florida's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was their tipping point.
  • India Supreme Court rejects calls for probe

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    A few minutes after the court dismissed a batch of petitions seeking an independent investigation into the death of judge B. H. Loya, Supremecourtofindia.nic.in displayed the message "site under maintenance". Amit Shah , president of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party , had been accused of ordering extra judicial killings in 2005 while serving as home minister in the western state of Gujarat.
  • National Football League schedule to be released Thursday night

    National Football League schedule to be released Thursday night

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    The 2018 NFL schedule will be announced in its entirety tonight at 8:00pm ET on the NFL Network, but some games have already leaked including the season-opener. The Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Chargers will play on October 21 at Wembley Stadium. The Eagles will host the Falcons for their season opener on September 6, Philly.com reported , citing an unidentified source.
  • 7 inmates dead in 7-hour prison fight

    7 inmates dead in 7-hour prison fight

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    Mr Taillon said multiple fights broke out between inmates at 7.15pm on Sunday. Response teams, who were home at the time, were activated at 9 p.m., and SLED responded at 9:23 p.m. Few details were offered about what had actually happened inside the facility, which is maximum security and houses around 1,600 inmates, according to Department of Corrections records.
  • Possible ice storm prompting winter storm watch for part of MI

    Possible ice storm prompting winter storm watch for part of MI

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    Roads will be slippery and visibility will be low due to blowing rain and snow throughout the weekend. Rain ahead of a slow-moving system is expected to change to snow or ice pellets tonight. The showers will come and go all day with snow, sleet, and ice concerns through the morning hours. Winds could gust up to 50 miles per hour. Rain or snow likely Wednesday night into Thursday morning but all snow is likely by Thursday afternoon into Friday morning.
  • Even one drink a day has health risks

    Even one drink a day has health risks

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    They stressed that the lower risk of non-fatal heart attack must be considered in the context of the increased risk of several other serious and often fatal cardiovascular diseases . "We should always remember that alcohol guidelines should act as a limit, not a target, and try to drink well below this threshold", said Victoria Taylor, a senior dietitian at the British Heart Foundation .
  • Russia vetoes US bid to form new Syria chemical weapons inquiry

    Russia vetoes US bid to form new Syria chemical weapons inquiry

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    How deadly was the attack? A chemical weapons watchdog plans to inspect the rebel-held Syrian city where the Assad regime is accused of attacking its own people. The American president also criticized Russian Federation for its support of Syrian leader Bashar Assad , saying "you shouldn't be partners with a Gas Killing Animal who kills his people and enjoys it!'" Diplomats said the United States was pushing for a vote on Tuesday on its draft resolution setting up a Syria gas attacks ...
  • Japan Dumps Former Coach, Appoints Nishino Ahead 2018 World Cup

    Japan Dumps Former Coach, Appoints Nishino Ahead 2018 World Cup

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    But he missed out on leading Ivory Coast during the tournament in 2010 when he was sacked as national coach just months before the finals following the team's disappointing performance in the African Cup of Nations. South Korea fired coach Uli Stielike a year ago and replaced him with Shin Tae-yong. Asia's dominant teams have tended to struggle at the World Cup when the top teams from Europe and Latin America are peaking.