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  The Healthcare.Gov Web Project cost is at $350 Million so far… What is going wrong? What do they have to do to fix it? The HealthCare.gov launch has not gone so well. Some people paid the website a visit only to be greeted by a blank screen. Others found error messages or talked to misleading call

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    How The Things You Do Actually Change Your Brain Its no secret that the human brain is an incredible thing. Scientists are just now beginning to understand how the mind changes the physiology of the body and vice versa. This video looks at how your brain changes its  ‘nueroplasticity’ based on the way

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If you or your family has made a commitment to eat better and healthier, then congratulations – you’ve taken the first step towards creating a new, happier you. The journey won’t be easy, but you’re not alone: There are plenty of great free apps that can help you whip your diet into shape and cut out foods


Not only has the World Wide Web assisted in shaping our political persuasions, but also our personal interests. While there are 139,500 professional photographers in the U.S., Instagram rekindled the snap-happy side of everyone, with 90 million active users each month on the social platform. As the number of Internet users grow, the world changes,

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  Sharing your health woes on social media can be beneficial for tracking disease outbreaks, a new study says. Researchers at Brigham Young University found that Twitter’s speed and volume can help health officials use the site as an early-warning system to monitor diseases. Tweets with location information may allow officials to plot points on


According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 107 million blood donations are collected around the globe every year, most of which goes on to help save lives. However, while the need for blood is global, much of that which is donated is not accessible to many who need it, such as those in developing

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With the NBA playoffs in full swing, you’ve probably added “own a professional basketball team” to your list of goals. Here’s how the league’s current owners earned the cash to make it happen. All photos courtesy of Getty Images. 1. ATLANTA HAWKS BRUCE LEVENSON, MICHAEL GEARON JR.   Owner Since: 2004 The Numbers: Forbes estimates the Hawks

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The Galaxy S5 is here,  &  we have some initial thoughts about the ‘Life Companion.’   ‘One of the biggest smartphones of the year is going to hit store shelves tomorrow, and we’ve gotten an early look at the Samsung Galaxy S5, these are our early impressions.   The Galaxy S5 looks like a pretty subtle

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    With the wide-ranging benefits of reducing disease and enabling a longer, healthier life, reversing the causes of aging is a major focus of much medical research. A joint project between the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia and Harvard Medical School that restored communication within animal cells has the potential to

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Lukeimia cure

European researchers have announced a breakthrough in the development of artificial bone marrow which expands the ability of scientists to reproduce stem cells in the lab and could lead to increased availability of treatment for leukemia sufferers. One of the main treatments for the blood cancer is the injection of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs). These

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  This week on Digital Afro, we will be covering the unseen world of Hacking. In the past week there have been some unbelievable attacks on the NSA, White House, Dept. of Justice, military, healthcare, and banking systems. Are we in the middle of a new cyberwar? We examine.


A fifth grader has admitted of being the mastermind behind hacker attacks that took down government websites during the 2012 Quebec student protests and passing some of the hacked data to the Anonymous group in exchange for video games. The 12-year-old Canadian boy has pleaded guilty to causing three incidents that paralyzed a number of