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RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. – Living in rural North Carolina , Linda Sue Jones doesn't see her teenage son as the archetype of a national trend. But 15-year-old Josh, as a boy who lives in the South in a household headed by a single woman, is characteristic of the exploding numbers of children in the USA living in poverty — numbers exacerbated by the recession that has pushed many families into poverty for the first time. Twenty miles away, Kenneth Moody, 70, and his wife, Margie, 65, say they, too, are struggling, especially because of high out-of-pocket medical bills.
If you hate wireless data throttling, thank Cisco for making your argument against the practice that much easier. The telecommunications company says it expects at least 100 million smartphone users to exceed one gigabyte of data monthly in 2012. That is a large group of users with significant data needs. But wait -- wasn't I just told that the average user doesn't need gigabytes of data, you ask?
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin that is important in maintaining bone health, in absorbing calcium and phosphorus, and in helping the immune system. The body manufactures the nutrient when exposed to sunshine, but people are spending more time indoors in the confines of air-conditioned homes and offices and traveling in AC cars. Consequently they are denying their body of the essential sun-shine vitamin and are becoming deficient of the nutrient. Findings of 2 studies Data gathered by the International Osteoporosis Foundation about two years ago found levels of vitamin D in the Southern states urban population were lower compared to their rural counterparts. Vitamin D deficiency puts them at an elevated risk of diseases. The danger was particularly higher in people with dark brown complexion and those adhering to a vegetarian diet.
Google's a really big sandbox to be digging through if you're looking for only the most legitimate material for a research paper. SweetSearch ranks up primary sources and credible sites, like universities and public repositories, for students looking to narrow their search. SweetSearch came about as the byproduct of making findingDulcinea , an aggregator that terms itself the "Librarian of the Internet." It's a database of about 35,000 web sites vetted by researchers, librarians, and teachers, with priority given to spots like the Library of Congress, Smithsonian, and other public and academic sources.
It is one of the most exquisite views we have ever had of the Earth. This colourful new map traces the subtle but all pervasive influence the pull of gravity has across the globe. Known as a geoid, it essentially defines where the level surface is on our planet; it tells us which way is "up" and which way is "down". It is drawn from delicate measurements made by Europe's Goce satellite, which flies so low it comes perilously close to falling out of the sky. Scientists say the data gathered by the spacecraft will have numerous applications. One key beneficiary will be climate studies because the geoid can help researchers understand better how the great mass of ocean water is moving heat around the world.
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June 23, 2009 — Jon McLoone , International Business & Strategic Development While tidying up after my kids once again, I found myself staring at the toy shown below and thinking of a conversation that I had had with an archaeologist Mathematica user a few days before. He had been interested in image processing of aerial photographs, but it occurred to me that image processing would also allow reconstruction of the musical secrets of this precious artifact that I had just uncovered in the remains of a lost toy civilization. Well, this should be fun for 5–10 minutes. The toy is a music box, where you crank the handle to turn the drum that has pins on it to pluck the prongs to the left.
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