Monday , 1 September 2014
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Japan Reports 19 New Dengue Fever Cases

Japan confirms 19 new cases of dengue fever on Monday, bringing the total number of infected people to 22, local health authority said. Japanese health authority said none of the patients had record of overseas travel recently, but they all have visited Yoyogi Park in Tokyo and are believed to have been bitten there by mosquitoes carrying the virus. It ... Read More »

Suspected Ebola Patient in Sweden Tests Negative

A suspected Ebola patient in Sweden tests negative of the contagious Ebola virus on Monday, health official says. Aake Oertqvist, head of the Stockholm’s communicable diseases, said the man is a foreign national who travelled to Sweden from an Ebola-affected area last week and was admitted in a hospital on Sunday. He said the patient’s test result shows no sign ... Read More »

Lava alert issued by Iceland’s active volcano


On Sunday, after a fresh eruption from Bardarbunga volcano, the authorities have issued a new alert for lava eruption. However, the officials claimed that the lava eruption is expected to be very calm and seismometer might not record it. The aviation department in Iceland has issued the warning against the flights flying within 6000 feet of the volcano. In the ... Read More »

2 Killed in Paris Explosion


It was seven in the morning when an explosion rattled the peaceful area of Rosny-sous-Bois in Paris. Until now, authorities are still investigating the root cause of the explosion but firefighters believe that the cause was probably gas leak. Two people was reported dead after the incident.   Victims who died includes a young girl who is eight years old and ... Read More »

New Study: Experimental Drug For Heart Failure


Heart failure is the top reason why more and more individuals are being hospitalized. It is also one of the main reasons of death. It happens when the heart muscle debilitates about whether and can no more pump successfully, frequently due to harm from a heart assault. Liquid can go down into the lungs and leave individuals panting for breath.   Another study ... Read More »

Residents Celebrate After Authorities Removed Barricades in Liberia


Residents expressed their happiness through joyful singing and dancing on the streets in Liberia on Saturday as the administration lifted isolate measures intended to contain the spread of the lethal Ebola infection.   Confronted with the most exceedingly terrible Ebola flare-up ever, West African governments have attempted to discover a successful reaction. More than 1,550 individuals have passed on from the ... Read More »

Kings Of Leon Ready To Take The Stage Again


It has been previously reported that Kings of Leon drummer, Nathan Followill, has suffered serious rib injuries after going through an accident but the famous band confirmed that they are back on track and ready to perform on Sunday. Their first show after the incident will be held in Philadelphia.   Caleb Followill, the band’s lead singer, made a statement ... Read More »

Taylor Swift Reportedly Joining The Voice Team


Taylor Swift recently announced her new album entitled 1989 which will be released this fall. The famous ’22′ singer even performed her newest hit ‘Shake it Off’ during the MTV Video Music Awards. It looks like there’s a whole load of stuffs going on for Swift as a new report claims that the star will be joining The Voice as ... Read More »

Gabrielle Union And Dwayne Wade Tied The Knot


Gabrielle Union is now officially Gabrielle Wade after exchanging romantic and lovely vows with long time boyfriend famous Miami shooting guard Dwayne Wade. The love birds kept keen and silent about their wedding. Wade was reported to have proposed to Gabrielle December last year. His nephew helped him plan his proposal.   The 41-year-old actress definitely looked stunning in her ... Read More »

Facebook To Roll Out New Search Feature


Most Facebook users have experienced that awful time when one needs to find an information from Facebook that was posted years ago. It could be a status, comment or anything related. If you are one of the users who wished there was a more effective way to do it then this new announcement from Facebook will surely provide a solution ... Read More »