Thursday , 18 September 2014
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Ben Affleck Admits Counting Cards in Las Vegas

Oscar-winner actor Ben Affleck admits of counting cards while playing blackjack in casinos and some casinos have requested that he not play blackjack at their tables because he uses the betting tactic. However, the actor denied that reports that his wife Jennifer Garner was upset with him over the casino incident and they were having marital problem. In April, Affleck ... Read More »

4 Hurt After JetBlue Plane Makes Rough Emergency Landing at California Airport

A JetBlue plane makes an emergency landing on Thursday at the Long Beach, California airport following an engine trouble, four people on board the flight were injured, an airport spokeswoman said. Stephanie Montuya-Morisky, Long Beach Airport spokeswoman, said the JetBlue Flight 1416 was carrying 142 passengers and five crew members when it departed for Austin in Texas but had to ... Read More »

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Releases Statement Before Chemo Begins

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford releases an audio statement from his hospital room on Thursday just hours before he starts with his chemotherapy session to beat cancer, and urges people to vote for his brother for mayor. A day earlier, Ford’s doctor announced that he has a malignant liposarcoma, forcing him to drop for re-election. His doctor, Dr. Zane Cohen, said ... Read More »

ISIS Releases Propaganda Video Showing British Hostage

The Islamic State releases a video on Thursday purportedly showing a British journalist held hostage by the militant group who says he has been abandoned by his government and vows to reveal the “truth” about ISIS. The three-minute video showed British journalist John Cantlie wearing an orange shirt with his hands clasped on a table and sitting alone in a ... Read More »

New Study: Women With PTSD Have Higher Chances Of Food Addiction

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Based on a new research, food addiction have been linked with post-traumatic stress disorder. It was stated that those women who are suffering from PTSD have higher chances of developing food addiction.   PTSD is a psychiatric disorder which can be developed when a person experienced traumatizing events like war, sexual abuse and even accidents. About seven to eight percent ... Read More »

Joan Rivers Leaves Money To Daughter Melissa Rivers

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Joan Rivers has reportedly left her millions to her daughter Melissa Rivers and her grandson. The money reportedly amounts to $150 million. The actress was known to have a very big heart for her four rescued pups and even at the end of her life, she managed to think of them.   According to a source close to Rivers, the ... Read More »

Miley Cyrus Might Be Sued For Twerking By A Mexican Flag

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Miley Cyrus definitely made headlines after her wrecking ball music video and twerking acts but the famous artist is now being investigated after doing another twerking but this time, she took it to a whole new level.   Cyrus partied hard with her fans during her concert on Tuesday, Mexico’s Independence Day, and did her famous twerk moves wearing her ... Read More »

Apple HealthKit Bug Discovered

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While Apple users where enjoying their latest operating system, some have noticed that apps that is in line with Apple HealthKit have disappeared from the App Store because of an unknown bug.   Apple HealthKit made headlines for weeks and weeks because of its amazing features that is perfect for health monitoring. Even a group of doctors are reportedly looking ... Read More »

You Can Now Update Your Apple Devices To iOS 8

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Apple has finally released their latest Operating System which is the iOS 8. It is definitely a buffed version of the iOS 7. if you are wondering whether your device is included, check out this list of official devices that will receive the update:   iOS 8 Compatible Devices: iPhone 4S iPhone 5 iPhone 5C iPhone 5S iPod Touch 5th ... Read More »

Enterovirus D68 Reaches Canada, CDC Confirms 140 Cases in US

The respiratory virus, also known as enterovirus D68, has reached Canada and sends some children in hospital. The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario confirmed Wednesday that four children have been infected with EV-D68 and admitted to the hospital but did not require treatment in the intensive care unit. The hospital said the patients have already recovered and been discharged. The ... Read More »