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Stores Hit by Sandy get Assistance from Improvement Program

Stores Hit by Sandy get Assistance from Improvement Program

It has been reported that businesses in Coney Island that were affected by the Superstorm Sandy are getting assistance from a new program offered by the city.

1.7% Increase in Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income Benefits in 2015

1.7% Increase in Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income Benefi

The Social Security Administration has revealed in an announcement that there would be a rise of 1.7% in Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for nearly 64 million A

Two Prairie Butterflies Gain Protection under Endangered Species Act

Two Prairie Butterflies Gain Protection under Endangered Species Act

On Thursday, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) announced that it has included two prairie butterflies in the list of endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.

Toyota sells partial stake in Tesla Motors

Toyota sells partial stake in Tesla Motors

In a recent announcement, world's biggest automaker Toyota Motor Corp has revealed that sold some of its stake in the electric-car manufacturer Tesla Motor Inc.

Soft drinks increases aging process at the same rate as cigarettes

Soft drinks increases aging process at the same rate as cigarettes

Drinking sodas and smoking cigarettes both accelerate your body's ageing procedure, at about the same time, as per a study from the American Journal of Public Health.

Brain-eating amoeba in water supply leads to indictment of two employees

Brain-eating amoeba in water supply leads to indictment of two employees

Two workers at Saint John the Baptist Parish in New Orleans have been arraigned in association with the contamination of the area's water supply.

SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Spacecraft set for departure from ISS

SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Spacecraft set for departure from ISS

The Dragon cargo spacecraft of the private spaceflight company, SpaceX, is ready to leave International Space Station, ISS, on Saturday, October 25.

Researchers Make First Large DNA Crystals by crystallizing DNA

Researchers Make First Large DNA Crystals by crystallizing DNA

Researchers from the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have claimed that they have created unique structures by crystallizing Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).

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Heavy Milk Consumption could be Harmful for Women: Study

A study conducted by Swedish researchers has found that women who drink three or more glasses of milk per day could face twice the risk of death and heart disease. According to the study, those women who consumed milk heavily had about 44% increased risk of cancer, as compared to women who drink one or less glass of milk.

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