Tuesday , 16 September 2014
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Health Officials Are Working On Trials For Apple HealthKit


Apple recently unveiled their latest line of gadgets that have been massively welcomed by fans from different parts of the world. The company even reported that they have received 4 Million pre-orders for the first day. With all the announcements about Apple, health officials are much more excited with the results of Apple’s HealthKit.   According to a report, two well-known ... Read More »

Lauren Conrad And William Tell Ties The Knot


Lauren Conrad and boyfriend William Tell have officially exchanged their sweet ‘I DOs’!   The famous fashion designer and her lawyer boyfriend got married in California during a private ceremony that was held Saturday. The crowd was composed of family and friends. Lo Bosworth, The Hills co-star of the bride, is one of Lauren Conrad’s bridesmaids. They are both known ... Read More »

Microsoft Acquires Minecraft Maker, Mojang


Mojang, the company behind the very popular Minecraft game, confirmed in an announcement Monday that Microsoft had already acquired the company for $2.5 billion. It was also announced that the founders are leaving including Markus “Notch” Persson, Carl Manneh and Jakob Porser.   It has been reported a few weeks ago that Microsoft and Mojang are already discussing acquisition and ... Read More »

Apple Receives 4 Million Worth Of Pre-Orders For The iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus


Technology giant Apple is believed to have received pre-orders of their latest products, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, that amounts to a whopping 4 million in just 24 hours after the pre-order started. This is definitely a new record for the company.   Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, expressed his excitement with the pre-order results through a statement that ... Read More »

Queen Elizabeth II Shares Advice On Upcoming Independence Voting


“Think very carefully about the future” – This is Queen Elizabeth II’s comment about the upcoming Scottish independence vote. This is actually what we can say the Queen’s first advice on the event. She didn’t provide further details on her preference on voting as she is keeping her neutrality about it.   Nevertheless, analysts say that the Queen’s comments may ... Read More »

Four Workers Suffered Serious Burns From Explosion


According to authorities from the fire department, it has been confirmed that four people were burned on Sunday during an explosion at a factory.   The said workers were working on a grain elevator at Nestle Purina when unfortunately, some grain dust caught fire and caused the massive explosion in Flagstaff. The incident happened around 4:30 in the afternoon. Captain Bill ... Read More »

Meditation Helps Reduce Migraine Suffering

A new study suggests that meditation may help relieve the intensity as well as the duration of migraines. Researchers from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center studied 19 people with migraines and they were divided into two groups.  The ten participants received mindfulness-based stress reduction or MBSR treatment that includes mindfulness meditation and yoga. The remaining nine received standard medical care ... Read More »

Study: Eating Fish May Lower Risk of Hearing Loss on Women

Two or more servings of fish per week may lower risk of hearing loss in women, scientists said. US researchers analyzed a study of 65,215 nurses between 1991 and 2009 and there were about 11,606 cases hearing loss were reported. Researchers found that women who ate fish at least twice a week showed a 20% lower risk of hearing loss ... Read More »

Journalists, Media Staff Drink the Most Coffee, Survey Says

Journalists and media staff apparently needs the most caffeine kick as it was found that they drink the most coffee in a day, a new survey says. A public relations company, Pressat, conducted a survey to about 10,000 professionals to find out the top 10 professions that drink the most coffee. The survey showed that journalists and others who work ... Read More »

WHO Appeals for More Aid to Fight Ebola

The World Health Organization calls on Friday for more help to fight Ebola outbreak that currently ravaging across West Africa. WHO director general Margaret Chan admitted that the global response to contain the deadly virus is not moving rapidly enough to keep up with new cases. Chan said the current outbreak is the largest and more complex since the virus ... Read More »