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Day: November 15, 2014

Stunning metro stations around the world
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Stunning metro stations around the world

Stunning metro stations around the world      Stunning metro stations around the world The newly-opened Fulton Center transit hub in New York is getting rave reviews from subway riders. On November 10th, the station officially opened after a decade of work. Built at a cost of over US $1 billion, the station is already getting rave reviews from the public. Featuring a giant rooftop skylight and digital information screens, the transit hub has been called a ‘modern gem’. Click through to find other stunning metro stations from around the world.
5-yr-old-boy youngest ever qualified computer specialist
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5-yr-old-boy youngest ever qualified computer specialist

Ayan Qureshi surrounded by computers.Photo taken from The Telegraph website. Ayan Qureshi from Birmingham is Microsoft’s youngest-ever certified computer specialist, reports a UK-based daily. A schoolboy has become the world's youngest qualified computer specialist after passing a Microsoft Windows examination at the age of just five, The Telegraph reports. Ayan Qureshi has only just started primary school, but passed the test at Birmingham City University to become a Microsoft Certified Professional. He has set a new world record for the youngest person ever to pass a Microsoft exam - at the age of five years and 11 months, beating the previous record held by six-year-old Mehroz Yawar from Pakistan. Ayan was first introduced to computers when he was just three, by his father Asim,...
Are You Experiencing Hair Loss?
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Are You Experiencing Hair Loss?

Breakthrough Keratin Technology Conceals Thinning Hair in Seconds If you suffer from thinning hair, you're not alone. By age 35, two-thirds of British men will experience some degree of appreciable hair loss, and by 50 approximately 85 percent have significantly thinning hair. Even more startling, women actually make up forty percent of British hair loss sufferers. Needless to say, thinning hair can be horrible for a person's self-esteem — making you feel old and unattractive. It can also have a negative impact on your career. A recent Yale study found that men who were perceived as having a thick set of hair were 65 percent more likely to be promoted to senior positions and were seen as "having greater competence" in the work environment than those with thinning hair. Fortunately, the...