Archive for October, 2010

DJ Drama, DJ Ill Will & DJ Kay Slay Roccett – Americas Nightmare

Track List:01. Americas Nightmare/DJ Drama Intro02. Ask Me No Questions Skit03. No Questions Feat. Chevy Jones04. Where My Money At Feat. Smurf05. Why Dont You Love Me Feat. Joshua Walden & Candice P06. Flatline Feat. Dion Primo07. What The Deal Iz…

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DJ Drama & L.E.P Bogus Boys – Don’t Feed Da Killaz 3

Track List:01. DFK3 Intro (Prod. By Maestro & Team Green)02. Chicago Nigga (Prod. By Black Metaphor)03. FTW (Prod. By Chase N. Cashe For Surf Club)04. Darkness (Prod. By Maestro)05. Going In For The Kill (Prod. By Megaman06. We Ain’t Playing Feat. …

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DJ Scream & Tha Joker – Why So Serious?

Track List:01. Intro02. Why So Serious? (Prod. By Big Fruit & Too Trill)03. Birds (Prod. By Big Fruit)04. Michael Jordan (Prod. By Protocal)05. Kited (Prod. By Big Fruit)06. Hair Cut & Fresh Tee (Prod. By Big Fruit)07. Tony Montana (Prod. By To…

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Athletes Excel in Hot or Cool Temps After Heat Acclimation

SUNDAY, Oct. 31 (HealthDay News) — Heat acclimation helps improve athletes’ performance in both hot and cool environments, a new study has found. University of Oregon researchers found that highly trained cyclists who underwent a 10-day heat accl…

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Halloween Candy Has Limited Shelf Life

FRIDAY, Oct. 15 (HealthDay News) — Maybe it’s not so bad that children gorge themselves on candy on Halloween. Parents who plan to hide most of their kids’ ghoulish loot and dole it out to them later may be surprised to learn that even candy can …

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Google Spends Over $1.6 billion On 40 Deals In 2010

Google has said this week that they have spent $1.6 billion on 40 acquisitions this year, with more expected. The search giant revealed the number via a regulatory filing. Google’s largest acquisition this year has been the massive $861 million purchase of mobile advertising company AdMob, which was easily integrated into Android. The company also [...]

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Scientists Report Early Success in Growing Mini Liver in Lab

SATURDAY, Oct. 30 (HealthDay News) — Scientists who created functioning miniature livers say their success is an early, but important, advance in the quest to grow replacement human livers in the laboratory. “We are excited about the possibilitie…

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Race Affects Hepatitis C Recurrence After Liver Transplant: Study

SATURDAY, Oct. 30 (HealthDay News) — Hepatitis C patients who receive a liver from a white donor have significantly more aggressive recurrent hepatitis than those who receive a liver from a black donor, researchers have found. This is especially …

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Twitter Gives Info On Trends, May Help Investors

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According to a study released this month from Indiana University, it is actually possible to use Twitter to determine the public mood, which in turn can help predict the ebb and flow of the stock market. The researchers analyzed nearly 10 million tweets from 2.7 million users over 10 months and found the ups and [...]

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Antifreeze a Sweet But Lethal Drink for Pets

FRIDAY, Oct. 29 (HealthDay News) — It’s a fatal attraction: puddles of sweet-tasting antifreeze on driveways and garage floors are hard for thirsty pets to resist. Just one teaspoon of ethylene glycol — the toxic ingredient found in antifreeze -…

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