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[News]: NovaFuture Blog & Gramofonowa. collaborate for Poland Special

NovaFuture Blog X Gramofonowa. *Poland Special*

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We are very happy to present you soon a special about the polish technoscene in a collaboration from Gramofonowa and NovaFuture Blog. 81 more words

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Grooming Pubic Hair could Increase STI Risk

Those that groom their pubic hair have a higher self-reported history of contracting a sexually transmitted infection (STI), according to researchers from California. The study examined the grooming practices of both men and women and found that those who groom (either by shaving, waxing, or cutting with scissors) had a higher incidence of contracting STI’s than those that do not. 155 more words

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Presidential Election Recount Question

Jill Stein was asked at a recent press conference about her push for recounts only in states that might help Hillary Clinton. 327 more words

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Vaginal Rings Prevent HIV Transmission

Vaginal rings help prevent HIV infection in African women, according to researchers. The ring was proven to be both safe and effective, providing extended protection against women who are at high-risk for contracting the disease. 223 more words

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News Round-Up

A round-up of today’s developing news stories in Edinburgh and across the globe.

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Vote with your butt: Ballot Bins appear in Leith

In the wake of President-elect Donald Trump’s victory in the US, City of Edinburgh Council have installed light-hearted ‘Ballot Bins’ along Leith Walk.

The bins allow the people of Edinburgh to vote with their cigarette butts and settle the question: ‘President Donald Trump: ‘Dream’ or ‘Nightmare’?’ 524 more words

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ROUND UP: Free training courses for voluntary groups; Fostering events in Surrey

Free training courses for voluntary groups

More than 5,700 voluntary, community and faith sector (VCFS) groups are being offered training courses by Surrey County Council. 166 more words

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