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Horoscope of the Day

Do you believe in horoscopes. Planetary shifts, changes in a planet's orbit, and bursts of energy emanating from stars can have an effect on our technology and the energy that surrounds each of our bodies. Powers we have barely scratched the surface to understand. I have been surprised the accuracy of most of my horoscopes. Today may be yours and may provide some personal insight.



Taurus July 22, 2017

Something or someone may prod you to take action today, Taurus. It may be best if you beat them to it and motivate yourself. Break away from the herd and go wherever you want to go. It's likely that you will run into conflict regarding an issue you feel strongly about. People may be stubborn, so prepare for a stalemate rather than any sort of resolution.






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Health News and Discoveries


Hidden truth about the health of homeless people
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Ebola's evolutionary roots more ancient than previously thought
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Stress may increase desire for reward but not pleasure, research finds
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That smartphone is giving your thumbs superpowers
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Significant link between daily physical activity, vascular health
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Altered dopamine signaling a clue to autism
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Sleep Like a Baby Barn Owl
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Sweet nanoparticles target stroke
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Boosting a natural protection against Alzheimer's disease
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6 Foods That Can Make You Happier
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Breakthrough measures Parkinson's progression in brain
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New Hope for Weight Loss May Grow on a Chinese Vine
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Yoga improves arthritis symptoms, mood, study finds
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UK scientists start stem cell trial of potential blindness cure
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The world was extremely close to eradicating this human disease — here’s why it is making a comeback
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Forget gaming: VR and AR can help restore sight
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Apple iPhone tech helps reinvent the hearing aid
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Homeopathy 'treatments' must be labelled to say they do not work, US government orders
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The U.S. is getting its act together on homeopathy. Your move, Canada
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US Government Says All Homeopathic Products Now Have To Admit They Don’t Work
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US Government Says All Homeopathic Products Now Have To Admit They Don’t Work
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How the stressed brain boosts heart attack risk
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WHO's 'priority pathogens' list highlights urgent need for new drugs
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Environmental News and Discoveries

B.C.'s snakehead caught after Burnaby pond drained
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Australian biologist gets the jump on new species of flying frog
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Giant Squid Filmed in Pacific Depths
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Biofuels cause pollution, not as green as thought - study
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Eating Sustainable Seafood
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Adelie penguins: cool, efficient killing machines
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Achieving a Sustainable Food System with Organic Farming
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Salt Marshes are great Carbon Sinks
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Egyptian Solar Power
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Mussels May Help Filter Polluted Waters
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Ocean Acidification and Deep-sea Organisms
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Better Land Use May Help Protect Coral Reefs
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Electricity Generated from Weight of Traffic and Pedestrians
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Road to environmental destruction
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The mystery of the disappearing plastic trash in the oceans solved!
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Ocean could hold key to predicting recurring extreme winters
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Heat waves becoming more prominent in urban areas, research reveals
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The Temperature Tastes Just Right: Scientists Discover Previously Unknown Thermal Sensor in Insects Linked to Taste, Smell
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Thames study: Rivers can be a major source antibiotic resistance
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New technology could make treatment of oil and gas wastewater simpler, cheaper
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Same forces as today caused climate changes 1.4 billion years ago
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Extracting useful raw materials from fish and plant waste
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New insight on the Tree of Life from Temple University
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Green roofs: Passive cooling for buildings
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BLUE TRAIN DRAMATICALLY CUTS DOWN ON POLLUTION
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Liquid Batteries for Solar and Wind Power
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High-tech roadways that could charge your vehicle
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Earth could get just 12 hours' warning of damaging solar storm
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Solar water-splitting technology developed
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Can rain clean the atmosphere?
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Making batteries with portabella mushrooms
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As wildland-urban interface grows, so does risk to people and habitats
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SO YOU WANT SUSTAINABLE HOUSING? TRY SHIPPING CONTAINERS
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Animals return to Chernobyl, thrive without humans
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Why elephants could hold the cure for cancer
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Electric boost puts e-bikes on the fast track
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Climate Accord Is a Healing Step, if Not a Cure
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Scientists Figure Out Why 11 Billion Gallons of Water Disappeared in 90 Minutes
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Pollution May Actually Be Good for the Earth
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What the Hell Caused This California Road to Suddenly Rise Up and Crumble?
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Why This Newly Discovered Shark Is A Real Ninja
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El Niño is set to grow even stronger in the next few months
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Cheap and clean: Australian company creates hydrogen with near-zero emissions
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Solar Impulse completes historic round-the-world flight
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Port of Vancouver to cut docking fees for quieter ships by nearly half
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Great Barrier Reef at 'terminal stage': scientists despair at latest coral bleaching data
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Loss of Coral Reefs Could Cost $1 Trillion Globally
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Science News and Discoveries


How your eyes betray your thoughts
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DNA results of the Starchild skull
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Scientists create human stem cells through cloning
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Scientists create human liver from stem cells
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Using big data to search for Bigfoot
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Yoga, meditation may help train brain to help people control computers with their mind
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Real-life Star Trek 'replicator' prepares meal in 30 seconds
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Superfast hyperloop transportation could arrive in about five years, CEO says
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NETWORK ANALYSIS OF THE BRAIN MAY EXPLAIN FEATURES OF AUTISM
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California DMV draws up some pretty harsh self-driving-car regulations
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Today's wearable technology can zap your brain, perhaps even safely
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Chip promises faster computing with light, not electrical wires
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Science Has Discovered the Secret to Exceptional Charisma
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Internet-connected homes open the door to hackers
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Researchers are figuring out how our brains cope with so much data
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A future of self-driving cars? We're ready now
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This octocopter wants to fly you at 60 mph
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Hyperloop One technology tested successfully in Nevada desert
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Early test shows off high-speed Hyperloop transport system
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Hyperloop announce fresh funding on the eve of first public demonstration
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The left half - right half divide in human brains is a myth, scientist says
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How Your Genes Influence Whether You're a Morning Person
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Scientists invent glass that can turn from clear to opaque in less than a second
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Newly discovered bacteria eats and digests PET plastic
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Are we ready for the future? We don't even know how to talk about it
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Electric car sales seem poised for big jump: Can our grid take the load?
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Why AI's massive disruptions may be just what you're looking for
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AI, Frankenstein? Not so fast, experts say
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The advent of virtual humans
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The social dilemma of autonomous vehicles
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What the heck's a hyperloop?
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Use your eyes, voice -- and thoughts -- to replace passwords
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Meet Impossible Foods' lab-grown veggie burger. It bleeds
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Hyperloop hype: Visions of a 'vomit-free' supersonic future
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Do online high schools make the grade?
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Physicists claim time travel IS possible, here’s all you need to know
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Exciting Hyperloop One Project Gets Closer to Becoming a Reality
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First step to ‘designer life’: Biologists breed bacteria with lab-made DNA, adding two extra, artificial letters
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Earth's Oldest Water Untouched For 2 Billion Years Holds Clue To Finding Alien Life On Mars
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This 'Star Trek'-like headset helps the legally blind see again
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Robotic legs give the paralyzed a new view of their world
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SpaceX reveals Hyperloop 'drag race' will take place in August to see how fast Elon Musk's radical transportation pods can go
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Why science is searching Earth for the ingredients of alien life
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Scientists create fluid that seems to defy physics
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Scientists develop 1st new antibiotic in decades
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