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ARTÍCULO 1: EL PODER ANTIOXIDANTE Y PREVENTIVO DE ENFERMEDADES DEL VINO
El vino es bueno para el corazón y ahora también lo es para el cerebro. Una y dos copas diarias reduce un 10% el riesgo »

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ARTÍCULO 2: HALLAZGOS PALEONTOLÓGICOS Un temible pez de un metro »
PISADAS DE 1,5 MILL. DE AÑOS Las huellas más antiguas »
BACTERIAS QUE PRODUCEN HIDRÓGENO Para la energía »
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ARTÍCULO 3: 184 GENES RESPONSABLES DEL ASPECTO TERSO DE LA PIEL
La belleza está en los genes. Por lo menos, esto es lo que indican las últimas investigaciones acerca del envejecimiento de la piel. »
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ARTÍCULOS 4: HUELLAS FOSILISADAS DE GUSANOS GIGANTES
Se ha descubierto en España galerías fosilizadas
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PROCESOS VOLCÁNICOS QUE FORMARON LA TIERRA
Por error encontraron una cámara de »
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ARTÍCULOS 5: NUEVO TRATAMIENTO CONTRA LA OBESIDAD Se abre un nuevo enfoque para el tratamiento de la obesidad »
CÉLULAS CARDIACAS QUE SE REGENERAN
La mitad de las células musculares del corazón »
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ARTÍCULO 6: GENOMA DE LA BACTERIA ANTÁRTICA La Bizionia argentinensis , un microorganismo que vive en »
MAPA CEREBRAL DE LA INTELIGENCIA HUMANA
Descifran un mapa de las habilidades cognitivas humanas »
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ARTÍCULO 7: PROCESOS QUE DETERMINAN LA DURABILIDAD DE LOS RECUERDOS Olvidar aquello que nos ha lastimado »
IMÁGENES DEL MOVIMIENTO REAL DEL FLUJO SANGUÍNEO
Herramienta de diagnóstico por imagen para planificar »
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ARTÍCULO 8: UN MISTERIO ARQUEOLÓGICO INCA DE 500 AÑOS
A 3.100 metros de altura, el viento sopla pausado, pero con fuerza... las piedras dispuestas prolijamente sobre el terreno forman los restos de unas 300 viviendas »

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ARTÍCULO 9: LA QUININA ERA EL PRINCIPAL COMPUESTO CONTRA LA MALARIA Hasta que fue sustituido por otros medicamentos sintéticos más »
TEORÍA DEL ORGANISMO DE 3.800 MILL. DE AÑOS LUCA era sensible a las altas T° »

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ARTÍCULO 10: CRÁTERES EXPLORADOS POR INVESTIGADORES ARGENTINOS
Los cráteres han dejado rastros de fabulosos impactos, con más de 100 hondonadas de entre 60 y 350 metros de diámetro, y de 30 a 50 »

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ARTÍCULO 11: EL GUERRERO DE LA CULTURA MOCHICA LAMBEYEQUE Por la profundidad en que fueron hallados, los restos descubiertos en la tumba 15 del complejo arqueológico Huaca Rajada-Sipán »
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ARTÍCULO 12: LA CIENCIA LOGRA COMBATIR TUMORES Para eliminar tumores de páncreas y melanomas o cáncer de piel »
CHIPS QUE PUEDEN REEMPLAZAR NERVIOS
Y ser utilizadas como prótesis con »
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Decía Platón «toda la vida del hombre tiene necesidad de armonía»
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A second jolt came when Sias informed Roone Arledge that he would no longer be president of ABC Sports, a title he had held for 18 years. Cap Cities said it wanted him to concentrate on managing the network's news division, which he had run since 1977. Arledge wasn't buying it. He knew Cap Cities abhorred his chauffeured Jaguar, thought he was the exemplar of what Sias and Murphy and Daniel B. Burke, the president and chief operating officer of Cap Cities, referred to as ABC's "limousine mentality." The line on Arledge was damning. As Sias put it, "He likes to spend money." Like much else at ABC, the limousine mentality was a holdover from the flush era when the networks enjoyed a monopoly. Ten years earlier, in 1976, 90 percent of American viewers watched evening shows on ABC, CBS or NBC. On a typical night, the average household received just seven stations, and TV Guide listed only 14 viewing options. Neither Showtime nor ESPN nor CNN nor the Disney Channel nor MTV was included among the 14 -- aside from services like the struggling HBO, cable programming barely existed. Only the Big Three could afford to exhibit recent Hollywood movies. There were few if any syndicated shows, and none bulldozed a time period the way "Wheel of Fortune," "Jeopardy" or "The Oprah Winfrey Show" does today. An online grassroots effort has been launched to petition ABC to bring Commander in Chief back from cancellation. FreshDames website for female celebrities has launched a sister site for the main purpose of rallying people to petition ABC to bring back Commander in Chief. Throughout the nation and in the far reaches of the world, television viewers were buzzing about the latest ABC drama hit show, Commander in Chief. For months leading up to the show's debut, previews and teasers were being aired at all hours, literally daring viewers to try and stop from watching this ground-breaking show. This wasn't your run-of-the-mill hype for a new show either, with a lead cast of award-winning actresses and actors. Commander in Chief had all the makings for a great show with a gripping plot. Nearly 90 years after women won the right to vote in the United States, now a women was about to become the leader of the free-world and lead the nation. And like any good show with a great cast led by a great leading actress (Geena Davis), there was a great actor (Donald Sutherland) to add conflict and even controversy. From the opening moments, even the casual viewer was hooked. Davis' character, U.S. Vice President Allen, is travelling abroad, acting more like an ambassador sent away to stay busy and out of sight, when she is informed the president has suffered a massive stroke, and she needs to return to Washington D.C. to assume the presidential role and authority. Before she can even catch her breath, she is whisked away aboard Air Force One and begins to head for the nation's capitol. En route, she gets a taste of what is to come - as military actions in an unrelated incident requires presidential oversight and authority for action. Though respected in her capacity as V.P. there is an obvious reluctance to follow her lead and orders, with an underlying questioning of her every decision. Yet she holds her own, displays courage and conviction, and earns the respect befitting of a Commander in Chief. So sets up the stage for an awesome show with a phenomenal cast. Commander in Chief almost immediately dominated the Tuesday night ratings and enjoyed an enormous market share. It was only after ABC got greedy and moved the show to Thursday night, in our opinion to compete with CBS, did the show drop in viewers, ratings and market share. Through their own actions, ABC sabotaged the show. Rather than admit the errors, please loyal viewers, and move the show back to its original time slot, ABC cancelled Commander in Chief. It should be noted that Commander in Chief was nominated for ten (10) Golden Globes and Geena Davis won for Best Actress in a Drama. Yet ABC still killed this quality television show. I dont think ABC would take it lightly if someone were to mess with one of their solid traditions, such as sports coverage, unfairly altering footage and leaving out important affective details like that an athlete was on steroids or a judge was bribed? Why, then, is it okay for ABC News, an established organization that should be trustworthy, to show Toyota vehicles in an unfair and even untrue light? And thats exactly what happened recently. Lake Worth Toyota Camry dealers are appalled at the treatment Toyota has received by the media. Not only is ABC dragging its feet over an apology demand from Toyota, but has not even dismissed the reporter who basically just made things up. By the way, thats the first rule of journalism you cant just make things up. The second, of course would be never leave the r out of shirt or the l out of public. I digress. Lake Worth Toyota Prius stands with the Toyota company in demanding an apology from ABC for the continuing saga of David Gilbert, college professor, who fake tested a Toyota to get it to accelerate unintentionally and not leave an error code. The interesting facts later revealed were that Gilbert had rewired the Toyota car to get it to perform in this way, obviously not something customers are doing, and that he was paid by lawyers as a consultant on a case against Toyota. Then there is reporter Brian Ross who edited footage to make it look like the car surged ahead and out of control. It later came out that the tachometer was filmed while the car stood still. Lake Worth Toyota Camry customers are savvy enough to put two and two together here. I just have to ask: What is going through the mind of a trained, professional, national reporter when he airs a story like this? Does he really think fabricating facts will lead to an anchor spot on the six oclock news? Perhaps it will in todays misguided media swamp, but really, where are our ethics? No question: ABC owes Toyota an apology and, in good journalistic practice, should retract its story. But that likely wont happen because the major news media really doesnt have to be accountable to anyone except the powerful companies who own them and sign their checks. Surely Elijah Lovejoy and Horace Greeley are rolling over in their graves. Or perhaps print media standards and ethics just dont apply in this age of electronics. So where does this leave Toyota? Judging from March sales (up 41 percent in the U.S.) and customer comment, which remain positive, sitting pretty well. Lake Worth Toyota Prius dealers are happy with customer response and hope that the backlash from the ABC story will convince even more buyers to consider Toyota and realize what great lengths the company has gone to in order to maintain its reputation. The study shows that California is not the only one in its struggle with unclaimed money. Most states in the union are actually facing figures over a million when it comes to unclaimed property. While California is holding over $6 billion, Ohio and Michigan are sitting on over a billion dollars each and Texas has over two billion in unclaimed property. Wondering how cash becomes unclaimed? California residents might not know that they have unclaimed property sitting in government accounts. This can come from unclaimed property, unclaimed utility deposits, unclaimed safety deposit boxes, un-cashed checks and unclaimed lottery wins. The report by ABC also states that Californians might also have unclaimed property in other states. How to get unclaimed money. This new study states that most governments go through great lengths to alert the public that they may have unclaimed money in their name. The measures these state governments put into place are a good effort, but oftentimes they are not enough to get the increasing unclaimed property totals under control. California is one of many states that actually set up fairs and different events that help to announce the unclaimed money amounts. TV and radio stations and even the newspapers have tried to do their part. But still, the amounts of unclaimed property continue to increase. It may pay to look. To help California and other states lower the unclaimed money amounts they have in government coffers, a new database is offering lookers an unclaimed money search for free. CashUnclaimed.com allows visitors to put on a search in accounts held by the government for all 50 states and several Federal Treasury accounts. If the person does actually have unclaimed property sitting around, Cash Unclaimed will inform them of where their money is and how to get it. This ABC report was a recent try to reach out to the large Los Angeles population in hopes that individuals will finally come forward to account for the more than $6 billion currently being held. With California facing economic troubles, more so than other states in the U.S., many Californians would probably love an additional twenty, $200 or $2000 in their bank accounts. That unclaimed money may come at a time when it is really needed most. Hopefully this ABC report and Cash Unclaimed can help California lessen the total of unclaimed property it is holding onto.