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Falls are the leading cause of hospital admissions for people older than 65, with one in three experiencing a fall each year. Twenty to 30 percent of those incidents result in such injuries as lacerations, hip fractures and head traumas, as well as
"The control agency of United Nations said that the regime of Bashar Al - Assad did not enable it to inspect three sites that could have been used to develop a secret atomic reactor." While the Syrian Government
Follow us on World Rising numbers of people are falling to their deaths at work in Singapore, and a lack of safety precautions is often to blame. Thirteen workers died after falls from height during the first six months of the year, up from nine
Artist's impression of Germany's Rosat satellite before its recent re-entry. Photograph: Eads Astrium/AP The second unscheduled re-entry of a spacecraft into Earth's atmosphere within a month highlights the growing danger from falling debris,
Lane restrictions at Hatfield Road today, Oct. 25, through Oct. 26 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m...U.S., Syria withdraw ambassadors The Obama administration has pulled its ambassador home from Syria, arguing that his support for anti-Assad activists put him
A defunct German research satellite has most likely crashed down to Earth somewhere in southeast Asia, scientists confirmed Sunday...ET on Saturday night, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) said. Asia, DiscoveryNews reported, although they were not
Fragments of the former German satellite could fall to China 30 fragments weighing a total of 1.7 tons of the ROSAT satellite (Germany) will probably fall to the southern city of 7.5 million people in Chongqing, China.
Andreas Schuetz, spokesman for the German Aerospace Center. Most parts of the minivan-sized satellite were expected to burn up, but up to 30 fragments weighing a total of 1.87 tons (1.7 metric tons) could have crashed.
BERLIN, Germany (Oct. 23) – Yet another defunct satellite is getting back to earth uncontrolled and untraced after http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/10429402-nasas-6ton-defunct-satellite-fallen-to-earth-but-
Update: 10-23-11 at 10:30AM (PST) BERLIN — A defunct German research satellite crashed into Earth on Sunday somewhere in Southeast Asia and several parts must have survived re-entering the atmosphere before hitting the surface at a