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Barclays : launches new lipspeaker service for Deaf and hard of hearing customers

Deaf or hard of hearing customers can now opt to have a lipspeaker interpret their telephone conversations with Barclays The system will use unique customer system markers and nominated phone numbers to ensure only authorised calls are able to take place This new service was developed from direct customer feedback […]

Medical News Today: Cancer cells‘ use of sugar holds the key to their destruction
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Medical News Today: Cancer cells‘ use of sugar holds the key to their destruction

Scientists have suggested a way to improve treatments that use viruses to attack cancer. It exploits the fact that cancer cells need a lot of glucose and must metabolize it rapidly to survive. Cutting down cancer cells‘ sugar supply could make them more vulnerable to treatment. Oncolytic viruses specifically target […]

Stone Age people may have ritually cut off their own fingers
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Stone Age people may have ritually cut off their own fingers

30 November 2018 Stone Age people may have ritually cut off their own fingers Why the missing fingers? Henri COSQUER/Gamma-Rapho via Getty By Michael Marshall Stone Age Europeans may have deliberately amputated their fingers during religious ceremonies. The controversial idea could explain why so many of the prehistoric images of […]

Why don‘t people use their turn signals? | You asked, we answer
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Why don‘t people use their turn signals? | You asked, we answer

Why does no one here ever seem to use their turn signals? It’s a popular question, apparently. So much so that when we asked readers to submit questions as part of our , and then put five of them to an audience poll for which we should investigate, the turn […]

Fed study says millennials like buying stuff, same as their parents — they‘re just poorer
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Fed study says millennials like buying stuff, same as their parents — they‘re just poorer

Millennials, long presumed to have less interest in the nonstop consumption of goods that underpins the American economy, might not be that different after all, a new study from the Federal Reserve says. Their spending habits are a lot like the generations that came before them, they just have less […]