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American Live Wire: Great Source For Science, Technology, Health News

American Live Wire is one of the leading sources for hot news. Bringing the latest in science, technology, health, entertainment, and breaking news stories to the PC, tablet, or phone.

San Diego, California (PRWEB) December 30, 2013's breaking stories stay up to date with the hottest news available. With a creative take on news, they are also introducing new bands, viral videos around the web, and top ten articles that can serve as a guide for many different subjects.


Over the past month they have explored Science News, including the introduction of vanadium dioxide as a new method for making prosthetic muscles. This method could be the wave of the future in prosthetics with the current muscle being thousands of times stronger than biological muscles. They journeyed to space to seek out the latest information concerning radio afterglows, astronauts’ journeys, and China’s first moon landing.


American Live Wire has covered Health News including new studies on walking contributing to a longer life, dispelling myths on negative effects of marijuana, anxiety leading to increased risk for stroke, and the new study supporting an increase to the current exercise guidelines by the American Heart Association. They have even been following the new Affordable Health Care Act to keep you up to date on the latest trends and deadlines.


By staying abreast of Technology News, American Live Wire has helped many discover the free SkyDrive storage available to Windows phone users. They covered small town stories such as the little girl who was gifted a new prosthetic hand for Christmas by a high school technology club. American Live Wire has enlightened many concerning the jailbreak for iOS 7, and the upcoming free Facebook access available to GoSmart users.

American Live Wire has got it covered. American Live Wire can be found on Google Currents, Pulse, Facebook, and coming soon to Flipboard.

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