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  Woman aquires new accent after stroke. Rare case of foreign-accent syndrome reported in Canada.
A woman in southern Ontario is one of the first cases in Canada of a rare neurological syndrome in which a person starts speaking with a different accent, McMaster University researchers report in the July issue of the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences.

  YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD CAN AFFECT YOUR HEALTH
Research shows middle-aged and elderly people in poor neighborhoods ’significantly more likely’ to suffer mobility and cognitive problems. Research carried out at the Peninsula Medical School, South West England, has found strong links between neighbourhood deprivation and the physical and intellectual health of older people.

  CLEAN-VEHICLE RESEARCH INITIATIVE MAKING PROGRESS. MIDCOURSE SHIFT IN STRATEGIC PLAN NEEDED.
A public-private effort to develop technologies for more fuel-efficient automobiles and to investigate the feasibility of hydrogen-based vehicles has made significant progress in most research areas, says a new report from the National Research Council. While several barriers hinder the program from achieving its full objectives, the potential benefits -- reducing dependence on imported oil and minimizing harmful environmental effects -- justify the cost of the research. A strategic reassessment of the overall program plan that accounts for new national and changed research priorities also should be developed, said the committee that wrote the report.

  IRAQ WAR STORIES PLAY TRICKS ON THE MIND
Research on the way people processed media reports about the Iraq war tells us more about how we create our beliefs and memories.

  AIR-FRESHENERS CAUSE A STINK
A potentially harmful smog can form inside homes through reactions between air-fresheners and ozone, say researchers at the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The reactions generate formaldehyde, classed as a probable carcinogen, and related compounds that many experts believe are responsible for respiratory problems.

  GENETIC DOPING IS NEXT OLYMPIC THREAT
Athletes once used ginseng, opium and steroids from sheep testicles to enhance their performance.

  HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES RELEASE A CLOUD OF DUST, INCREASING EXPOSURE TO PARTICULATE POLLUTION
Ordinary household activities, from dusting to dancing, can increase your exposure to particulate pollution, according to a new study. Whether you are cutting the rug or just vacuuming it, you may be inhaling tiny dust particles that could be harmful to your health.

  GREEN CHOCOLATE WRAPPERS LURE SHOPPERS
Chocolate bars with green wrappers grab your attention and are easier to pick out than other colours, according to a U.K. researcher.

  STANFORD STUDY QUESTIONS IDENTITY OF ALLEGED ROMANOV BONES
One of the most riveting detective stories of the last century supposedly ended in 1998, when the Russian government declared that bones excavated from a Siberian mass grave seven years earlier indeed belonged to the Romanovs, Russia’s last royal family, who were executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918.

  HYDROGEN INITIATIVE REPORT FROM AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY PANEL RELEASED
Major scientific breakthroughs required for the Hydrogen Initiative to succeed, panel finds.



 

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