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Researchers are worried that a brain illness known as 'zombie deer' disease may start infecting humans

When a deer becomes infected with chronic wasting disease, it can take up to two years before signs of the illness become visible.<p>At some point, the animal will lose weight, stop interacting with other deer, and lose its fear of humans, and it may start drinking and salivating more. It winds up …

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CustoMac Nano: Prebuilt Micro PC

​<p>Extremely small form factor micro PC kits are gaining steam. Since the Intel NUC (Next Unit of Computing) was launched, many users have started …

Cod Poached in Court Bouillon Recipe

<i>Court Bouillon.</i> Sounds so sophisticated, doesn’t it? According to my 1961 edition of Larousse Gastronomique, court bouillon is “an aromatic liquid in …

The complete guide to using Android with a Mac

Learn how to sync your Android device with a Mac like a pro.<p>For some reason it's a common belief that Android devices and Macs just don't get along. This misconception may have been true back in Android's infancy, but nowadays there's a long list of methods, apps, and services that let you use your …

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3 Things Standing Between You and Perfect Health

A baby is given its health by nature, as a birthright. This perfect state will remain until we interfere with it. That "interference" is just another …

Why Dr. Phil Wants You to Be Your Own Best Friend

For years, Mandisa says, she's tried to "out-nice" her mean-girl friends, but they continue to put her down and call her names. Watch as Dr. Phil …

7 Surprising Things That Can Affect Your Sex Life

The biggies—head, heart and hormones—are in the right place. But these discoveries demonstrate how even tiny choices can play a role in the …