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01May2012
More Evidence Bilingualism Aids Thinking Skills

Hispanically Speaking News

People who speak two languages have enhanced hearing processing, which improves their attention and memory skills, a new study says.

30Apr2012
Tech Addicts Dodge Human Contact for Days

The Fix

For technology addicts, digital communications may eclipse face-to-face human contact entirely, according to new research from UK digital marketing company DNX.

30Apr2012
Discovery Channel Crashes Plane for Documentary

Los Angeles Times

Discovery Channel crashed a Boeing 727 passenger jet Friday in the Sonoran Desert in Mexico as part of its documentary series "Curiosity."

29Apr2012
Mexico City Introduces 'Dog Poo-Powered' Free Wi-Fi

RIA Novosti

An advertising company in Mexico City said it would trade free Wi-Fi for dog waste in a bid to encourage owners to clean after their pets. Check out the video to see how it works.

28Apr2012
Cuban Scientist Shares Knowledge in Mexico

Prensa Latina

Cuban scientist Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart is in Mexico today to share knowledge on the handling and use of the nuclear energy, reports El Universal newspaper.

28Apr2012
Scary Cigarette Packs Keep Ex-Smokers Ex

The Fix

Ex-smokers get help staying smoke-free from warnings on cigarette packages, according to a new study. The study arrives just as several nations, including the US, gear up to update cigarette pack warnings from words to graphic images.

28Apr2012
Viral Film 'Worst Breath on Earth' Takes Web by Storm

HollywoodReporter.com

A new viral film for Tic Tac is breathing life into France – and curing halitosis – with "The Worst Breath on Earth" from Ogilvy & Mather taking the web by storm.

27Apr2012
As FDA Steps Aside, Will E-Cigarettes Conquer the Market?

The Fix

Electronic cigarette boosters won a huge victory when the FDA agreed to regulate electronic cigarettes as cigarettes, rather than including them in the more restrictive categories of drugs or drug delivery devices.

26Apr2012
STUDY: Latinos with Lung Cancer Live Longer than Others

Hispanically Speaking News

Hispanic people with lung cancer tend to live longer than white or black people with the disease, according to a new study.

25Apr2012
Brains on Cocaine "Age Faster"

Daily Mail UK

According to findings from the University of Cambridge, middle-aged people dependent on cocaine demonstrate symptoms of older brains, such as cognitive decline and memory problems.


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