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What You Likely Didn't Know About American Money
The largest note ever produced by the Bureau of Engraving China and Printing was the whopping $ 100,000 Gold Certificate Series, printed for a period of just over three weeks from December 18, 1934 through January 9, 1935. 105 more words

Hyperthyroidism patients more likely to take extended sick leave than healthy peers

Date: June 17, 2014 Source: Endocrine Society Summary: People who have hyperthyroidism are more likely to take sick leave for extended periods than their healthy colleagues, particularly in the first year after diagnosis, according to a new study. 42 more words

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Iraq’s new jets likely from Iran: experts

By Agence France-Presse on Friday, July 4th, 2014

Three Sukhoi ground attack jets shown landing in Iraq in a video released by the defence ministry are likely from… 312 more words

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Mental health patients more than twice as likely to be victims of homicide than the general public

Date: June 17, 2014 Source: The Lancet Summary: Patients with mental illness are two and a half times more likely to be victims of homicide than people in the general population, according to a national study examining the characteristics of homicide victims across England and Wales. 39 more words

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LGBT Applicants Less Likely To Be Called Back For Interviews With Federal Contractors, Study Shows

“A new study shows federal contractors are less likely to call back qualified LGBT job applicants than non-LGBT applicants. (Maria Belen Perez Gabilondo/AFP/Getty Images)” /

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Study: LGBT people in Rio more likely to live in poverty

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A new report shows that LGBT people in Rio de Janeiro are more likely to be poor than their heterosexual peers. 176 more words

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Wetlands likely to blame for atmospheric methane increases: Study

A surprising recent rise in atmospheric methane likely stems from wetland emissions, suggesting that much more of the potent greenhouse gas will be pumped into the atmosphere as northern wetlands continue to thaw and tropical ones to warm, according to a new international study led by a University of Guelph researcher. 515 more words