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Volvo's New Safety Initiative: Life Paint : The Swedish car-maker's latest project aims to help cyclists avoid nighttime accidents

As urban streets are increasingly shared between drivers and cyclists, road safety is more of an issue than ever before. In the UK, more than 19,000 cyclists are involved in accidents every year. Many of these collisions take place in London, where......

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'Game Of Thrones' Actress Nathalie Emmanuel Sizzles In GQ

Winter may be coming on "Game of Thrones," but not for actress Nathalie Emmanuel, who dons a nude bodysuit in the April issue of GQ. Emmanuel is best known as Missandei on the HBO series, the translator and advisor to Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke). The 26-year-old English actress was upped to a series regular on "Game of Thrones" this season, ...

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'You Are Brilliant': Middle School Girls Hand Out Mirrors With Inspiring Notes To Female Peers

Two Oregon seventh-graders are giving other girls a boost of confidence. Avery Burn, 12, and Genae Vanek, 13, have been passing out mirrors to female classmates for the last few weeks, Avery's mother, Annie, told The Huffington Post in an email. Written on the mirrors are positive, empowering expressions, like, "You are inspiring," and "You are brilliant." The project, which ...

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Experts Caution Against Random Drug Testing In Schools

By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - Schools should not be using random drug tests to catch or deter drug abusers, the American Academy of Pediatrics advises in an updated policy statement. The Academy recommends against school-based "suspicionless" drug testing in the new issue of the journal Pediatrics. Identifying kids who use drugs and entering them into treatment programs should be ...

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