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Pfizer begins selling Viagra online to combat fake versions
Pfizer, the world's largest drugmaker, has started offering its impotence drug Viagra through a company-sponsored website to combat counterfeit versions that are sold online.
Tanning beds should carry skin cancer warnings, FDA proposes
Tanning beds would be forced to warn young people of the dangers of skin cancer and face tighter oversight under a proposal from U.S. regulators.
Hacker group Anonymous targets Mass. city's computers
The internationally-known hacker activist group Anonymous recently targeted the Methuen's computer system in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a Methuen High School student.
Tesla talking with Google about 'autopilot' systems for cars
Elon Musk, the California billionaire who leads Tesla Motors, said the electric-car maker is considering adding driverless technology to its vehicles and discussing the prospects for such systems with Google.
The best and worst jobs in the current economy
With rapid changes in the economy, some jobs are valued more than others, meaning if you can land one, there's usually higher pay and more perks. Meanwhile, other jobs that have traditionally been considered desirable have slipped toward the bottom of the heap.
VIDEO: Obama believes US-Mexico stereotypes must be broken
President Barack Obama says he wants to set aside old stereotypes that have created misunderstanding between Mexico and the United States. He says Mexico is an emerging nation that is remaking itself.
VIDEO: How young is too young for a gun?
After the accidental shooting death of a 2-year-old, many people are asking how young is too young to be around guns?
New camera inspired by insect eyes
An insect's compound eye is an engineering marvel: high resolution, wide field of view, and incredible sensitivity to motion, all in a compact package. Now, a new digital camera provides the best-ever imitation of a bug's vision, using new optical materials and techniques.
Suicides now outnumber deaths from car crashes
The number of suicide deaths in the U.S. has climbed past the number of motor vehicle deaths in recent years, due mostly to an increase in suicide among middle-aged Americans.
VIDEO: Meet the family that never learned to walk on two legs
Their parents had accepted the children as they were; they'd never tried to teach them to walk. In this very proscribed world, walking on hands and feet made nearly as much sense as walking upright.
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