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HopCop actor Tom Townsend directs first zany zombie flick
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“How much do you like Whose Line Is It Anyway?
If your answer is "about as much as I like Dawn of the Dead," then HopCop Tom Townsend may be your new favorite director.
His latest film, Zombie Doomsday, available through an official website and Amazon Instant Video, is a genre busting "live action" zombie movie - that means no script, zero budget and hardly any plot.”

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Dr. Who crosses the pond to American audiences
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Doctor Who is credited as the longest running sci-fi series worldwide. The story centers around an alien simply called the Doctor who travels in time and space in his spaceship called the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension in Space) with at least one female companion at his side.”
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Countdown to this year's biggest summer blockbusters
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Ah, summer. A magical time chock full of freedom, outdoor concerts, mosquitoes, unpaid internships and sunburn.
And along with all these wonderful things come - dun dun dun - summer movies!
There's nothing quite like that onslaught of sequels, superheroes, Shrek films and sisterhoods of traveling pants.”

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Saturn has "northern lights" of its own
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Scientists at the Hopkins Applied Physics Lab (APL) have identified a type of "northern lights" around Saturn.
On Earth, the northern lights, or Aurora Borealis, appear as bands of colorful light in a region within the Arctic Circle as a result of solar wind, a stream of charged particles that generates an electric current.”

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Pesticide exposure lowers children's IQs
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Three studies conducted by researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia University, and the Mount Sinai School of Medicine have recently shown that children who were exposed before birth to substantial levels of neurotoxic pesticides tend to have somewhat lower IQs by the time they start school, compared to children with virtually no exposure.”
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Heart drug may lower risk of prostate cancer
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Researchers at Hopkins and Harvard have found that men using the cardiac drug digoxin had a 24 percent lower risk of developing prostate cancer. The group believes further studies may lead its use in treatment of the disease, which is the second largest cause of cancer-related deaths in U.”
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First full sequencing of melanoma genome reveals several major cancer-causing genes
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“The complete genome of melanoma was recently sequenced by a research team at the National Institutes of Health, resulting in new identifications of cancer-related mutations and serving as a huge step forward towards cancer detection and subsequent treatment.”
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Brain thinning indicates Alzheimer's risk
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Researchers have discovered that people whose brains display thinning of the cerebral cortex are at significantly higher risk for developing Alzheimer's disease, even if they are currently cognitively healthy.
It is estimated that 15 million people in the United States suffer from the disease and that caregivers spend an unpaid 17 billion hours alleviating its devastating symptoms.”

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A columnist's vision of technology's future
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, we've come to it at last. My final tech column. It's been a good year, a tough year for many, but the development of technology marches onward and upward.
For this final issue, I'd like to share with you my vision of one of the possible (and probable) futures based on technology currently available.”

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NFL Draft goes on amidst 2011 lockout talks
by News-Letter

Jan 01, 2015
“After another year of draft speculation, scouting and plain ol' guessing, the 2011 NFL Draft (surprisingly) happened this weekend at Radio City Music Hall in N.Y. And like every other year, the draft once again made a mockery of many an expert analyst before the first 10 picks were even announced.”
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