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Vermont Seeing Something Unusual Happening to its Bees

Vermont Seeing Something Unusual Happening to its Bees

Apocephalus borealis has stated infecting honey bees in Vermont, a state famous for its maple syrup.

GoPro Releases Video of Felix Baumgartner‘s Epic Space Jump from 2012

GoPro Releases Video of Felix Baumgartner‘s Epic Space Jump from 2012

A video of Felix Baumgartner's, a daredevil extraordinaire, epic space jump from 2012 has been released by the mini camera company GoPro.

Kink.com’s careless condom strategy makes it face fine

Kink.com’s careless condom strategy makes it face fine

Kink com's careless condom strategy has led to the California-based porn organization being slapped with a $78,000 fine after AIDS Healthcare Foundation, a backing aggregation placed in Los Angeles, r

Influenza death toll in California reaches at 147

Influenza death toll in California reaches at 147

Last year's death toll from seasonal influenza has been surpassed by this year's toll with California health authorities stating that 147 individuals in the state have died from seasonal influenza thi

Yale gets keys to Johnson & Johnson clinical trial data vault

Yale gets keys to Johnson & Johnson clinical trial data vault

analysts across the world will get access to far reaching clinical trial information holdings of Johnson & Johnson as consistent with a report from Yale University, Johnson & Johnson has given the Yal

Supernova to be Visible to Naked Eyes from Earth in Coming Weeks

Supernova to be Visible to Naked Eyes from Earth in Coming Weeks

A supernova will be visible with the naked eye from anywhere in the world in the coming weeks. The supernova, located 11.4 million light years from earth, is the stellar explosion known as SN 2014J.

Johnson & Johnson Agrees to Share Clinical Trial Data

Johnson & Johnson Agrees to Share Clinical Trial Data

Johnson & Johnson has reached an agreement with the Yale University to share clinical trial data of its pharmaceutical products with outside researchers.

FDA Allowed 18 Animal Drugs to Stay in Market that Cause Harm to Human Health

FDA Allowed 18 Animal Drugs to Stay in Market that Cause Harm to Human Health

On Monday, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), revealed that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given permission to 18 animal drugs to stay on the market.

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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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