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|The Economist: Iran The revolution is over|
Changes in Iran make a nuclear deal more likely?not this month, perhaps, but eventually. A better understanding of the country would help the talks reach a comprehensive settlement?or, at least, avoid a catastrophic collapse.
|BBC: Is the traditional metal key becoming obsolete?|
More than 80% of vehicles now use some form of electronic key fob or keyless ignitions, Avery says. In five years time there will be no new cars being produced that rely solely on a metal key, he predicts.
|CBSNews: One age group much more likely to die from Ebola|
Who survives Ebola and why? Health workers treating patients in Sierra Leone, including some who died doing that work, have published the most detailed report yet on medical aspects of the epidemic. The research suggests young people are less likely to perish, fever is the most common symptom when victims first seek care, and early help is crucial.
|The Guardian: No more fillings as dentists reveal new tooth decay treatment|
Scientists have developed a new pain-free filling that allows cavities to be repaired without drilling or injections. The tooth-rebuilding technique developed at King's College London does away with fillings and instead encourages teeth to repair themselves.
|TIME: Ukraine Elections Mark a Historic Break With Russia and Its Soviet Past|
For the first time since the Russian revolution of 1917 swept across Ukraine and turned it into a Soviet satellite, there would be no communists in the nation?s parliament.
|CBSNews: Last U.S. Marines leave their Afghan headquarters|
HELMAND PROVINCE, Afghanistan - Every last Marine has left Camp Leatherneck in Helmand Province, headquarters of the U.S. Marine presence in Afghanistan for the past six years.
|NBCNews: Big Pharma Bets on Bucks to Be Made on Ebola Vaccine|
Drugmakers are racing to develop vaccines and drugs to address the worst outbreak of Ebola in history. It's unclear who will pay for their products, but companies are betting that governments and aid groups will foot the bill. Governments and corporations now are shifting millions of dollars to fight Ebola.
|CBSNews: Cold sore virus linked with Alzheimer's disease|
The type of virus that causes cold sores may be linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease, according to two recent studies from Sweden.
|Reuters: Special Report: Why Ukraine's revolution remains unfinished|
A survey conducted early last month by USAID, a U.S. government agency, found that 74 percent of Ukrainians have little or no confidence in their parliament. Even outside Yanukovich?s former stronghold in the troubled eastern Donbass region, only 39 percent think the political system is democratic.
|Newsweek: New Therapy Leads to Lasting Remission in Leukemia Patients|
According to a study describing the therapy, published yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine, 90 percent of the patients treated were in remission one month later.
|TIME: Nigeria Is Ebola-Free: Here?s What They Did Right|
The World Health Organization declared Nigeria free of Ebola on Monday, a containment victory in an outbreak that has stymied other countries? response efforts.
|WashingtonPost: Western sanctions for Ukraine conflict hurt Russian economy, open up rifts|
Michael Birnbaum (October 12 MOSCOW): Deep into the worst conflict between Russia and the West since the Cold War, investors are fleeing, food prices are soaring and there are rumbles from Russia?s Westernized business elite that the nation needs to avoid repeating the economic mismanagement that broke apart the Soviet Union.
|TIME: Americans Can Now Expect to Live Longer Than Ever|
A child born in America today will live longer than at any other time in history, according to a new government report that forecasts average life expectancy for the U.S. population at 78.8 years.
|CBSMoneyWatch: Want success? Behave like a rich person|
If you want to improve your career success, slow and steady is the way to go. The payoff won't be today or tomorrow, but will come down the road.
|BBC: Where have all the Spaniards gone?|
Some 700,000 Spaniards left Spain between 2008 and 2012, according to research from Fundacion Alternativas. Figures from Spain?s National Statistics Institute show that another 547,890 people left in 2013.