Saturday , 30 August 2014
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Apple Changes Privacy Policy of Health and Fitness Apps


With just a couple of days till the rumored unveiling of new line of products, Apple decided to enhance their privacy policy concerning applications in categories of health and fitness. Could this be taken as a sign for the long-rumored fitness wearable device known to the public as the iWatch?   Whether it is related or not, the privacy policy ... Read More »

iWatch Might Be Released in 2015 Instead of This Fall


The iWatch has been the source of raves and countless rumors for more than a year now and it has not yet been confirmed by Apple until now whether there will be such a thing or none. Nevertheless, the power of the internet when mixed with sources definitely speaks something.   Just as everyone is already expecting the unveiling of ... Read More »

Joan Rivers in Medically-Induced Coma


Joan Rivers has reportedly been in a medically-induced coma at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York.   The 81-year-old famous comedy star was undergoing a surgery Thursday when her body responded to the said procedure and caused complications. Health officials had to put her in medically-induced coma because of it. The trigger was said to be cardiac respiratory arrest. Joan ... Read More »

Justin Bieber And Selena Gomez Back Together Again?


Justin Bieber is definitely playing mysterious with his current relationship. The young star was spotted hanging out with a model and even posted several photos of them both on Instagram which looked like they spent the night together. Just as his posts were bringing light to the status of his love life, another move had proven otherwise.   Justin Bieber ... Read More »

Worker Clings for His Life After Angry Child Cut the Rope of His Harness

A Chinese rooftop worker almost plunged to his death after an angry child cut the safety ropes of his harness because apparently he can’t hear the cartoon show he is watching because of the noise of worker’s drilling. Liu Mai was using a drill to mount security lights on the side of the apartment building in Guizhou, China. He was ... Read More »

Cancer Patients Battling Depression Alone and Untreated

Many of cancer patients also suffer from major depression and it was found that their mental pain is being ignored, a new study found. Researchers from Oxford and Edinburgh universities conducted a survey of over 21,000 cancer patients in Scotland. All the patients had participated in routine screening for depression in Scottish cancer clinics between May 2008 and August 2011. ... Read More »

Senegal Confirms 1st Ebola Case

Senegal confirms on Friday its first victim of Ebola outbreak that currently spreading in West African countries and not showing any sign that it will be stopped soon. Senegal’s Health Minister Awa Marie Coll Seck said the infected person is a 21-year-old university student from Guinea and was already placed in quarantine in the Fann Hospital in the capital of ... Read More »

Kraft Recalls American Cheese Singles

Kraft Food Groups voluntarily recalls on Friday about 7,691 cases of Kraft American singles, citing a supplier’s had incorrectly stored one of its ingredients. Four different types of the Kraft American Singles Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product are involved in the recall. Consumers were advised to look for the “best when used by” dates of February 20, 2015, and February 21, ... Read More »

Experimental Ebola Drug ZMapp Cures All Ebola-Infected Monkeys, Study Reveals

The experimental Ebola drug ZMapp cures all of the monkeys treated for the deadly disease in a Canadian study, researchers say. Although the trials were made in monkeys, scientists said on Friday it is a “monumental achievement.” Zmapp was the experimental treatment given to two American missionaries who contracted the disease in Liberia and got well while receiving treatment in ... Read More »

Research : Domestication led the formation of genetically tame Rabbit


A recent study has revealed that the domestication of wild animals have led to the formation of genetically tame rabbits. The study highlighted that several aggressive gene were altered that monitored brain and nervous system in wild animals and led to the formation of altered genes with suppressive characters. The domestication of animals and rearing them for livelihood was referred ... Read More »