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|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.
|ABS-CBNNews: Philippines named 'most outstanding destination' in Asia-Pacific|
MANILA, Philippines ? The Philippines has been named the ?most outstanding destination? in the Asia-Pacific region by the Travel Trade Gazette (TTG), the Department of Tourism (DOT) said. DOT said the Philippines was awarded Destination of the Year at the 25th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2014 held in Bangkok, Thailand on Thursday.
|BBC: US economic growth revised upwards again|
The US economy grew at an annual rate of 4.6% between April and June, faster than the previous estimate of 4.2%, according to revised figures from the US Department of Commerce.
|CBSNews: Employment report: U.S. added 248K jobs in September|
The U.S. economy generated 248,000 jobs in September, the Labor Department said Friday. The unemployment rate dropped to 5.9 percent, its lowest level in six years.
|LATimes: Taiwan rebuffs Chinese leader's new pitch for unification|
Dashing hopes in Beijing for reunification in the immediate future, the Taiwan government?s Mainland Affairs Council said in a statement that more than 70% of Taiwanese people consider the Chinese Communist Party leader?s idea ?unfit? for their democratic, self-ruled island. Mainland China and Taiwan split amid civil war in 1949.
|BusinessWorldOnline: Nearly 20 US companies to invest in the Philippines, Aquino says|
CLOSE to 20 American companies have expressed interest in investing or expanding operations in the Philippines, President Benigno S. C. Aquino III said in an interview in New York on Tuesday.
|ljazeera: Rockefellers and others annouce $50 billion divestment from fossil fuels|
Hundreds of individuals, cities, institutions have joined movement aimed at orchestrating end of fossil fuel era
|NYTimes: Airstrikes by U.S. and Allies Hit ISIS Targets in Syria|
WASHINGTON ? The United States and allies launched airstrikes against Sunni militants in Syria early Tuesday, unleashing a torrent of cruise missiles and precision-guided bombs from the air and sea on the militants? de facto capital of Raqqa and along the porous Iraq border.