Thursday , 21 August 2014
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Maker Of Flappy Bird Releases New Addictive Game: Swing Copters


Swing Copters is the new Flappy Bird! Well at least, in some manners. If you are one of those who miss the feeling of being challenged by the Flappy Bird game, it is your lucky day! Dong Nguyen, the maker of the addicting game, had just released Swing Copters.   Swing Copters is available both for iOS and Android devices. ... Read More »

Nicki Minaj Releases New Music Video “Anaconda”


Nicki Minaj definitely turned heads in her newest video that was released recently entitled “Anaconda” which starts off with the famous rapper and some women dance their butts to the song’s rhythm in synchronize. The setting of the video was a jungle themed like. Some say it reminds them of Katy Perry’s “Roar.”   The most talked about and obviously ... Read More »

Amy Winehouse’s Statue Will Be Unveiled Soon


The loving family of Amy Winehouse is excited to unveil her very own statue soon. According to sources, the statue which was made to commemorate her memory will be witnessed by the public on the famous singer’s 31st birthday which is on September 14.   The bronze statue will be placed in Camden town where Amy Winehouse used to live ... Read More »

Wellcome Offers 6.5 Million Pounds For Further Ebola Research


The Ebola virus had imposed a threat to various countries as the death toll of it is still increasing. The deadly virus had already taken 1,350 lives, most of which are residents from Liberia where the outbreak happened.   With the increasing number of infected people including health workers, an emergency research had been proposed by one of the world’s ... Read More »

American Doctor Recovering From Ebola


It has been confirmed that US doctor, Dr. Kent Brantly, is now in stable condition and had managed to recover from the deadly Ebola virus. According to some sources, Brantly will be released by Thursday from Atlanta hospital where he was cured. Initially, two American health workers were infected with the virus and the other one’s situation is still being ... Read More »

B.K.S. Iyengar: The Indian Man Who Introduced Yoga to the World Dies at 95

Yoga guru B.K.S. Iyengar, known for sparking the yoga craze globally, dies at the age of 95 on Wednesday. He died in a hospital in Pune in India due to kidney failure. As a child, Iyengar suffered from poor health. But found that he could improve his strength and health by practicing yoga. When he was 18, his guru sent ... Read More »

American Doctor Infected of Ebola to Be Released From Hospital

An American doctor who got infected of deadly Ebola virus while working Liberia will be released from Emory University Hospital in Atlanta hospital on Thursday, officials said. 33-year-old Dr. Kent Brantly was working with Christian aid organization Samaritan Purse to treat Ebola patients in Liberia treating patients with the deadly virus when he contracted the disease. Both Brantly and another ... Read More »

‘Suicide Tourism’ in Switzerland Doubled Since 2008

The number of people who traveled all the way to Switzerland, not for vacation, but to die doubled in the last four years, researchers said Tuesday. In a report published in Journal of Medical Ethics, Dr. Saskia Gauthier of the Institute of Legal Medicine at the University of Zurich said most of the 611 people who traveled to Switzerland to ... Read More »

Ebola-Infected Doctors in Liberia Respond Well to ZMapp

The three Ebola-infected doctors in Liberia, who were given the experimental drug last week, are responding well to the drug and showing signs of improvement, a Liberian official says. Information Minister Lewis Brown said Liberian government only received a small number of ZMapp doses, and have also administered to one Nigerian and two Liberian doctors who contracted the high-contagious Ebola ... Read More »

Instant Noodles Link to Risk of Heart Disease on Women

Instant noodles can be cheap and easy to prepare, but it was also linked to risk for heart disease particularly to women, a recent study found. A group of researcher conducted a study of instant noodle consumption in South Korea, which has the highest rate of instant noodle consumption in the world. They studied 10,711 South Korean adults and they ... Read More »