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29-year-olds may pay $331,200 for Medicare

BOSTON, Aug. 31 (UPI) -- Today's 29-year-olds may have to pay $331,200 for healthcare when they retire if the Romney-Ryan Medicare plan is approved, a U.S. critic of the plan says.

Lifestyle, screening key to cancer decline

BOSTON, Dec. 3 (UPI) -- Healthier lifestyle choices and screening have contributed greatly to the 13 percent decline in U.S. cancer mortality since 1990, a researcher said.

Want to live long? Stay in school.

BOSTON, March 12 (UPI) -- People with more than 12 years of education have significantly longer life expectancy than those who never went beyond high school, a U.S. study found.

We are what we are due to random changes

BALTIMORE, July 10 (UPI) -- A U.S. study suggests the genetic bits and pieces driving evolution do not confer any advantages or disadvantages to humans or other animals.

Is obesity a U.S. public policy issue?

WASHINGTON, May 14 (UPI) -- Americans are fat. But is obesity a problem that lends itself to public policy solutions?
LOU MARANO

Washington Agenda-Federal

By United Press International

Medical technology expected to drive costs

WASHINGTON, May 20 (UPI) -- The latest advances in medical technology may offer treatments and possible cures for a wide range of ailments, but these medical wonders come at such high cost they may be unavailable to all except those with substantial financial means, medical advisers
KATRINA WOZNICKI, UPI Science News

Think Tanks wrap-up

WASHINGTON, April 19 (UPI) -- The UPI think tank wrap-up is a daily digest covering brief opinion pieces, reactions to recent news events and position statements released by various think ta
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David Neil Cutler, Sr. (born March 13, 1942) is an American software engineer, designer and developer of several operating systems including the RSX-11M, VMS and VAXELN systems of Digital Equipment Corporation and Windows NT of Microsoft.

David Cutler was born in Lansing, Michigan and grew up in DeWitt, Michigan. After graduating from Olivet College in 1965, Cutler went to work for DuPont. One of his tasks was developing and running computer simulations on Digital machines. He developed an interest in operating systems and left DuPont to pursue that interest.

Cutler's software career started at a small company he founded called Agrippa-Ord, located in Monument Square, Concord, Massachusetts (or possibly in Acton, Massachusetts), marketing software for the LINC and PDP-8 computers.

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