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Many of us find muscular women wildly perplexing

Many of us find muscular women wildly perplexingWe don't see many ladies in well known society who are bulky or putting in better words, women who are masculine.  Seeing a bulky or a masculine woman can be shocking or overpowering.

‘Toothless’ is Born on Little Girl’s Demand

dragonQuite an unusual demand was made by a seven-year-old girl from Australia to a group of scientists of CSRIO. She wrote a beautiful letter to CSRIO scientists asking them if they could make a dragon for her.

Does cancer have a smell?

DogsOn a lab seat in Philadelphia sits a small box lined with almost imperceptible nanotubes and gold. A reasonable plastic funnel goes through it, and a shrubbery of pins, each one growing a red or blue wire, distends from its end.

Patient’s Own Stem Cells Will Be Used as Treatment for Drug-Resistant TB

Patient’s Own Stem Cells Will Be Used as Treatment for Drug-Resistant TBWith passage of time, drug-resistance problem has been on the rise. This has led health experts to affirm that new treatments are required for diseases that are facing the above problem.

Minimalist Shoes’ Runners Report Higher Rate of Injuries

Minimalist Shoes’ Runners Report Higher Rate of InjuriesMinimalist running shoes are quite in vogue these days. These shoes are designed with a motive to avoid any sort of interference to runner.

Telstra to sell its directories business, Sensis for $3b

Telstra to sell its directories business, Sensis for $3bReports say, Telstra is in talks with a United States private equity firm to sell its directories business, Sensis, for $3 billion.

In an attempt to turn the telco's focus to its technology packages and PAY-TV bundles, David Thodey the company's CEO is believed to be ready to sell the directory business as the company adapts to the digital media landscape.

Kiwi dollar set to overtake the Aussie Dollar

Kiwi dollar set to overtake the Aussie DollarHSBC Bank Australia says, for the first time in four decades New Zealand has begun an economic boom that could drive its currency past Australia.

Adam Richardson and Paul Bloxham of HSBC Bank Australia say in a report, "New Zealand is set for a strong 2014, with the economy already firing on all cylinders."

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