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Digital Amnesia Is Here

Do you find that because your smartphone is always on you or nearby and the Internet is just a click or swipe away that you remember fewer things than you used to -- not only facts about things but personal information like people's phone numbers? WTOP reports that a new study from Kaspersky Lab found that Americans aren't remembering as much information, dubbing it "Digital Amnesia," which is forgetting information that you trust a digital device to store and remember for you

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Mouthwatering Fried Clams

Golden fried clams are an integral part of the iconic New England tapestry. The delicacy has a very interesting history. In 1914, Lawrence Henry “Chubby” Woodman and his wife Bessie opened a small concession sand on Main Street in Essex, Massachusetts

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Phil’s Phar Out News

WOMAN JUMPS INTO AN ENCLOSURE AT A ZOO AND POKES A CROCODILE: A woman in Mexico jumped into an enclosure at a zoo and began to poke one of the crocodiles. The crocodile snapped at her leg and misses, causing her to fall over. She then ran ou

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Eye Color Linked To Alcoholism

Will you be mixing some special, patriotic cocktails for the Fourth of July? You may want to be careful with your drinking if you have light colored eyes-- a new study shows light-eyed people may be at higher risk for developing alcoholism

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New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal To Welcome First Cargo Ship

The New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal will welcome its first cargo ship on Monday.

The vessel Thorco Svenborg  is delivering wind turbine components for a land-based project in Plymouth.

The Baker Administration has been critical of the $113-million, state-funded terminal project because offshore wind development has yet to pan out in Mass

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UMass Dartmouth Hoping to Diversify Nursing Workforce In Region

The College of Nursing at UMass Dartmouth has received nearly $300-thousand from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

University spokesman John Hoey says the money will be used to encourage more minority students to consider nursing as a future career

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