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‘Hey Siri’ helped Australian mother save her 1-year-old daughter’s life

‘Hey Siri’ helped Australian mother save her 1-year-old daughter’s life

According to Australia’s 7 News report, US tech giant Apple’s Siri voice-recognizing assistant helped an Australian mother save the life of her baby girl in March this year.

Infants with hyperactive immune cells more likely to develop allergies

Infants with hyperactive immune cells more likely to develop allergies

According to a new study in Australia, infants born with hyperactive immune cells are much more likely to develop food allergies by the time they turn one year old.

Blue sea dragon appears on Australia shores

Blue sea dragon appears on Australia shores

According to latest reports, an incredible and dangerous blue sea dragon has appeared on Australian shore and this has attracted a lot of attention on the internet.

Activists urge faster clean-up of reef

Activists urge faster clean-up of reef

Environmentalists and activist have urged the court to speed up the process to get the reef cleaned as toxic paint was spilled about five years earlier.

Woman plans to start ‘no vaccines’childcare centre

Woman plans to start ‘no vaccines’childcare centre

A woman in Australia has said that she is planning to set up a 'no vax' childcare centre indicating that it will not participate in immunisation vaccine programmes that are deemed essential for protec

Scientists developing artificial leaf for fuel source

Scientists developing artificial leaf for fuel source

A team of scientists have developed an artificial leaf that might be used as a new source of fuel in the future to power machines including cars and homes.

Expert records mating dance of peacock spider

Expert records mating dance of peacock spider

Jürgen Otto, a mite biologist and peacock spider enthusiast at the Australian Department of Agriculture in Sydney, has recorded a fascinating video of mating dance performed by a peacock spider and th

Research to study perception of insects as food in Australia

Research to study perception of insects as food in Australia

A group of researchers are planning to conduct a research study into the perception of insects as food among consumers in Australia.

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While you may share your love for coffee with large number of people across the world, there is a possibility that consumption level may differ greatly. Why some people could only consume less amount of coffee, while others can take several cups a day is now defined by presence of a gene variant in an individual’s body.

The study that...

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

On Thursday, Exxon reported a 46% decline in earnings in the first quarter, by earning $4.9 billion compared with $9.1 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Exxon's top and bottom lines declined due to lower oil prices.

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