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Pfizer recalls three lots of Effexor XR

Pfizer recalls three lots of Effexor XR

Pharmaceutical major Pfizer has issued nationwide recall for three lots of Effexor XR, a widely used antidepressant after a pharmacist reported the bottle of Effecor XR containing a capsule of Tikosyn

NASA Finds Way to Predict a Sinkhole before its Occurrence

NASA Finds Way to Predict a Sinkhole before its Occurrence

Sinkholes are formed without warning. The Earth's surface collapses into subterranean cavity. But now NASA says that sinkholes could be predicted before they actually start forming.

America's First City wasn’t Too Different from New York City: Study

America's First City wasn’t Too Different from New York City: Study

A new study has revealed that there was not much difference between America's largest city, New York City, and America's first city.

San Diego Mayor Vehemently Opposes Bill to Ban Orca Shows at SeaWorld

San Diego Mayor Vehemently Opposes Bill to Ban Orca Shows at SeaWorld

Mayor Kevin Faulconer, a Republican who made job growth a key part of his recent campaign, criticized a bill in Sacramento to impose a ban on orca shows at SeaWorld.

Females of Common Mormon Butterfly Mimic Appearance to Avoid Predators

Females of Common Mormon Butterfly Mimic Appearance to Avoid Predators

To avoid predators, the females of Common Mormon, an Asian swallowtail butterfly species, mimic the toxic species.

Doctors Report Success in Treatment of two babies born with HIV

Doctors Report Success in Treatment of two babies born with HIV

Doctors at a Boston medical event have announced they have noticed encouraging results in two babies born with HIV.

Practicing Yoga Reduces Stress among Breast Cancer Patients

Practicing Yoga Reduces Stress among Breast Cancer Patients

A University of Texas research has revealed that yoga exercises could be highly effective in regulating stress hormones and improve the overall quality of life in breast cancer patients undergoing rad

Governor Abercrombie Recognizes People’s Efforts to Protect Hawaii from Invasive Pests

Governor Abercrombie Recognizes People’s Efforts to Protect Hawaii from Invasive

Hawaii Invasive Species Awareness week started with recognition of efforts made by people to protect Hawaii from invasive pests.

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Solar Photovoltaic Technology adoption growing rapidly, research

A new study by a team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has said that solar photovoltaic technology adoption is spreading across the world at a great speed.

MIT report said that the installation of this technology recorded an average growth of 43 percent per year since 2000 around the world. The...

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