Archive: 06/17/2010

France joins probes into Google Street View

France became the latest country Thursday to probe Google for gathering personal data as its Street View bikes and cars photographed cities across the world for the controversial mapping service.

Jun 17, 2010
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Dental pulp cells for stem cell banking

Defined sets of factors can reprogram human cells to induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells. However, many types of human cells are not easily accessible to minimally invasive procedures.

Jun 17, 2010
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High court: Go ahead, search cop's sexy texting

(AP) -- The Supreme Court had a common-sense message Thursday for workers with cell phones and other gadgets provided by their employers: Use your own cell phone if you've got something to text that you don't want your boss ...

Jun 17, 2010
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Neonatal diarrhea

A research team from Italy designed a nationwide study aimed at investigating the frequency, etiology, clinical features, nutritional management, therapeutic approach, and outcomes of diarrhea observed in hospitalized neonates. ...

Jun 17, 2010
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Kidneys transplanted between HIV-infected patients

(AP) -- South African surgeons have transplanted kidneys between donors and patients who were both infected with the AIDS virus - a medical first that has some U.S. doctors buzzing about whether it could be tried here.

Jun 17, 2010
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Internet sleuths get new way to report stolen data

(AP) -- A new program being spearheaded by Microsoft Corp. is designed to provide a trusted way for researchers to report stolen credit card numbers and other data they've found in the dark corners of the Internet.

Jun 17, 2010
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