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Time of day may not matter for Warfarin dose
Patients taking the blood thinner warfarin have been told that it should be taken at night, but a new study found the time of day doesn't matter.
Wasting more time for Lebanon govt. formation badly affects people, economy: Hezbollah official
A high-ranking official of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement says the cash-strapped country can no longer accept wasting time for the government formation, as economic pressures mount and mass protests demanding departure of the ruling elite continue.
Mourning Albania races against time to find quake survivors
Emergency workers in Albania Wednesday pulled dusty bodies from the ruins of buildings gutted by a violent earthquake and searched desperately for survivors as the death toll reached almost 30, with hundreds injured.
Five developments in space, time and fusion
Projects from gravitational wave detection to viewing the Milky Way and generating thermonuclear power march ahead in the future as the guardian.com reported.
'Time traveler' from 2030 drops major bombshell about Philippines
A self-professed time traveler from the year 2030 has bizarrely claimed the Philippines will merge into a bloc of Southeast Asian nations and start to cybernetically enhance its population in the next ‘couple of years’.
Time travel claim: Man ‘from 3070’ reveals all-out war between humans and robots ‘is near’
A time traveler from the year 3700 has claimed a war between robots and humanity is near and has tried to prove his claim by showing a robotic arm.
Research firm: India iPhone sales to fall for first time in four years
Apple’s iPhone sales are set to dip by around a quarter in India’s holiday season fourth quarter, putting them on course for the first full-year fall in four years, industry research firm Counterpoint said on Saturday.
Part-time students in England 'down by more than half'
Employers and universities are calling for major changes to student funding in England, to reverse the collapse in part-time student numbers.
Less screen time linked to better cognition in kids
A new study on children across the US, published in The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health, found that when they spend more than two hours on screens every day, they tend to perform more poorly on tests of cognition. It may not come as a total shock, given the research in recent years — and much anecdotal evidence — but it is nice to have more confirmation in the form of research findings, forbes.com reported.
How to build a real time machine
Traveling in time might sound like a flight of fancy, but some physicists think it might really be possible. BBC Horizon looked at some of the most promising ideas for turning this staple of science fiction into reality.
Can you make up for lost sleep on the weekend?
Not getting enough sleep can be detrimental to your health; many studies even link the lack of Z's to higher odds of dying during a certain time period. But a new study from Sweden suggests that if you can't sleep as much as you need during the week, you may be able to make up for it on the weekends.
Quantum drum can vibrate and stand still at the same time
Scientists have built a tiny drum that both vibrates and remains still when struck by a drumstick made of light. The feat blurs the lines between the quantum world and the visible world defined by classical physics.
Change your mind about kid’s nap time
Anyone with a toddler will know that nap time is a blissfully quiet time.

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