Grinduro Will Save Bike Racing

Grinduro Will Save Bike Racing
I’ll be the first to admit skepticism when Grinduro exploded across the pop-cycling blogosphere last year. I viewed the event with a small degree of contempt. It had all the trappings of a doomed-to-fail hype machine (Don’t fault me – one of their …
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BC Bike Race Day Two Report
Day two of the BC Bike Race sponsored by Rocky Mountain Bicycles returned to it’s annual stop in the village of Cumberland for a new 48km course never used in the BCBR. Taking up most of the small main street, 600 racers launched out of town going the …
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2017 South Bay Cycling Award finalists
Here are the finalists, culled from a garbage heap of worthy nominees, names legendary in the niche within an invisible crevice inside the microscopic crack of the non-sport of profamateur bicycle pretend racing. The criteria were of course rigorous.
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How do you save a sick coral reef? Pop an antacid

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To tease out the effect of acidification, scientists led by Rebecca Albright of the Carnegie Institution for Science in Stanford, California, set out to restore ocean chemistry to its preindustrial state at the One Tree Reef in the southern Great …
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Scientists identify molecular link between sleep and mood
A poor night’s sleep is enough to put anyone in a bad mood, and although scientists have long suspected a link between mood and sleep, the molecular basis of this connection remained a mystery. Now, new research has found several rare genetic …
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‘Selfish’ DNA flouts rules of inheritance
But it’s also a cautionary tale for scientists looking for signs that natural selection has picked certain genes because they offer an evolutionary benefit. If researchers aren’t careful, they may be hoodwinked into thinking that a selfish gene is one …
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Recycling Unused Medicines to Save Money and Lives

trendRecycling Unused Medicines to Save Money and Lives
It always troubled Deane Kirchner to throw away good medicine. When residents of the Lincoln Glen long-term facility in San Jose, Calif., where she is the director of nursing, changed dosages, had adverse reactions, or died, she did what health …
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IBM Bets Big on Modernizing Medicine’s Specialty EMR to Advance Watson
Last week, IBM announced a strategic investment in specialty practice EMR provider, Modernizing Medicine to accelerate the adoption of Watson cognitive computing in healthcare. The amount from IBM was not disclosed. The Watson-powered app called …
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WHL Roundup: Tigers win their final regular-season game ever at Medicine Hat
MEDICINE HAT, Alta. – It was nothing short of a memorable finish in the final regular-season game ever at Medicine Hat Arena. Tyler Lewington scored once and added two assists as the Medicine Hat Tigers beat the Saskatoon Blades 6-2 in a penalty filled …
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