Certain kind of protein in wheat may escalate chronic health conditions like RA, asthma

In a recent research, scientists have discovered that a certain kind of protein present in wheat can trigger the inflammation of chronic health conditions such as multiple sclerosis, asthma and rheumatoid arthritis besides contributing towards the development of non-coeliac gluten sensitivity. The research turns the spotlight onto a different family of proteins found in wheat […]

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What happens when you treat health care like a soap opera?

In theory, cable news should be the perfect venue for explaining a complicated issue like health care policy. 24-hour news networks have a ton of airtime to fill, access to a wide range of policy experts, and a roster of journalists who can find real-life examples that illustrate how abstract policy changes could impact people’s […]

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OnePlus 2 Smartphone, Like Predecessor, is Available by Invite Only

OnePlus, the obscure smartphone company, is trying to trump the industry leaders once again with the sequel to its popular and exclusive debut device. The company has finally unveiled the OnePlus 2, which offers close to top-of-the-line specs at a mid-range smartphone price. Like its predecessor, the OnePlus 2 will be available for purchase only […]

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Amazon App Has Coupons, Reviews Like Groupon, Yelp

Does this sound familiar? An Amazon app gives customers coupons and also has reviews of some local businesses. Called Amazon Local, it is a free download from the Apple iTunes Store. Amazon says the app allows customers to: “…view and buy offers in seconds, whether it’s a fast-selling Amazon MP3 deal, a special chef dinner, […]

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Why Angels Like Software Startups

Angel investors love software companies. Since 2002, when the Center for Venture Research at the University of New Hampshire first reported the results of its annual survey of angel investment activity, software has been the number one industry sector for angel investments in every year. And our friends in the Granite State aren’t the only […]

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Groove: Help Desk Software That Works Like Gmail

Groove is help desk software designed for small customer support teams that looks, feels, and works a lot like Gmail. In fact, if you could take your Gmail account, enable it to be shared with others, allow private messaging that customers would not see, and track everything via a backend reporting system, you would have […]

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