May 6, 2013

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Moore's law and the origin of life: a study in demarcation
Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies
Yes, their main claim appears to be that one can use Moore's so-called law (actually a straightforward empirical generalization based on a very specific data set), a linear relationship between CPU transistor counts and their dates of introduction, and ...
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Research backs laws that would make helmets necessary for bicyclists
Newstrack India
Washington, May 6 (ANI): The use of bicycle helmets should be required by law, a new study has suggested. "This study highlights the importance of regulations in the promotion of safe exercise," said lead author William P. Meehan III, MD, FAAP ...
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Study: Texting While Driving Bans Aren't Working
A USA Today survey shows that these statewide texting while driving bans aren't working the way they should. In fact, some states hand out fewer than one citation per day. Now with this startling news, we asked some of you about your thoughts on the law.
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New Law in Maryland Will Require Insurers to Explain ACC Clause to ...
Insurance Journal
Additionally, under the new law, the Maryland House Economic Matters Committee and the Senate Finance Committee will study the handling by insurers and the National Flood Insurance Program of property insurance claims in cases where there are two or ...
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Study highlights the importance of bicycle helmets - from News-Medical.Net
Bicycle helmets save lives, and their use should be required by law. That's the conclusion of a study to be presented Monday, May 6, at the Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) annual meeting in Washington, DC. "This study highlights the importance of ...
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Local Laws Key to Reducing Dangers of Lead Poisoning
University of Rochester Newsroom
A new study appearing this week in the Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law catalogues community-based efforts to develop strategies and policies that – by targeting high risk housing – may hold the key to reducing lead hazards in children's homes.
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University of Rochester Newsroom
Blind grandmother sets sights on the law
ABC Local
Sue chose to study law, and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws, before spending the past year doing honours. She graduated with second class honours over the weekend for her thesis 'Am I mad? Or does NSW Mental Health law need reforming?
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Obamacare could lower premiums in New York, new study finds - Washington Post
Washington Post (blog)
All of this has to do with a law that New York State passed in 1993, which mirrored the Affordable Care Act in a lot of ways. It required insurance companies to accept all customers, much like Obamacare ends pre-existing conditions. It went beyond the ...
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Many Consumers Still Not Reading Mortgage Fine Print: DePaul and John ...
eNews Park Forest
Using eye-tracking technology, a study by professors at DePaul University and John Marshall Law School show how many study participants fail to grasp key terms of mortgage contracts. The darker the area, the more time the study participant spent ...
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