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FDA Approves Drug to Treat Debilitating Drop in Blood Pressure

FDA Approves Drug to Treat Debilitating Drop in Blood Pressure

A drug to treat debilitating drop in blood pressure has sought the approval from Food and Drug Administration.

E-Cigarettes Witness Rapid Rise in Sales; Expected to Top Traditional Cigarettes in 10 Years

E-Cigarettes Witness Rapid Rise in Sales; Expected to Top Traditional Cigarettes

Sales of electronic cigarettes have witnessed a rapid rise in the recent years. E-cigarettes generated $500 million through sales in 2012 and over $1.5 billion in 2013.

Serious Efforts Required to have Science Group and Evangelicals Work Together for Social Benefit

Serious Efforts Required to have Science Group and Evangelicals Work Together fo

Experts have said that collaboration between scientists and Christian evangelicals can bring a lot of benefits for the society.

Melting Arctic Ice is turning it Darker: Research

Melting Arctic Ice is turning it Darker: Research

A new study has proposed that the Arctic is darkening and absorbing more radiation because its ice is melting into the sea.

Bonobos are Born with an Ability to Time Music: Study

Bonobos are Born with an Ability to Time Music:  Study

A recent study conducted over Bonobos has suggested that like humans, these animals have inborn skills to synchronize music beats.

Nutriom LLC recalls over 100 Tons of Dried Egg Products over Concerns of Salmonella Contamination

Nutriom LLC recalls over 100 Tons of Dried Egg Products over Concerns of Salmone

A Washington state company, Nutriom LLC, is recalling over 100 tons of dried egg products because of possible salmonella contamination.

Annual Backyard Bird Count Helps Gain Insight into Health Patterns in Birds

Annual Backyard Bird Count Helps Gain Insight into Health Patterns in Birds

The first online bird count project which was started in 1998 by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology and National Audubon Society contributes a lot in keeping track of feathered friends.

Global Warming Should not be Ignored: John Kerry

Global Warming Should not be Ignored: John Kerry

American Secretary of State John Kerry said that it won't be wrong to say that global warming is as threatening as terrorism to the world. Mr.

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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.

The team from the University of Adelaide is aiming to study consumer perceptions and attitudes to eating insects. The researchers are planning to begin the study with an online consumer survey at the...

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