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Cells That Control Our Rhythms of Sleep May Have First Evolved In Ocean

Cells That Control Our Rhythms of Sleep May Have First Evolved In Ocean

A new study has found that the cells that control our rhythms of sleep and wakefulness may have first evolved in the oceans around hundreds of millions of years ago as a response to move away from the

Roche’s Perjeta Extends life of Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients

Roche’s Perjeta Extends life of Metastatic Breast Cancer Patients

A new Roche cancer drug tested in Sheffield has shows excellent results for patients with HER2 positive breast cancer.

Poor Global Coordination affecting Canada’s Efforts to deliver its Ebola Vaccine to Africa

Poor Global Coordination affecting Canada’s Efforts to deliver its Ebola Vaccine

International Development Minister Christian Paradis said in his speech to the United Nations in New York that poor global coordination is preventing Canada's efforts to fulfill its promise of deliver

Heroin Epidemic Sweeping Pennsylvania

Heroin Epidemic Sweeping Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is witnessing a heroin epidemic.

Thousands Participate in Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

Thousands Participate in Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk

This weekend, more than 8,500 people, including cancer patients, survivors and family members, participated in Jimmy Fund Walk on the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon route.

Birth Control a Click away with ‘Planned Parenthood Care’ app

Birth Control a Click away with ‘Planned Parenthood Care’ app

Today's generation becomes sexually active at a very young age and birth control or a test for a sexually transmitted infection is something that they don't pay much attention to.

King Richard III suffered Serious Injuries in Battle

King Richard III suffered Serious Injuries in Battle

England's King Richard III was the last English monarch to lose his life in battle.

Senate Passes Bill To Enhance Sunscreen Protection

Senate Passes Bill To Enhance Sunscreen Protection

On Wednesday, the senate passed a bill that aims to improve and enhance sunscreen protection.

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Women’s Shapewear sellers agree to refund $1.5 million

On Monday, the Federal Trade Commission announced that two companies that sell women's shapewear infused with caffeine have agreed to settle charges, which stated that they have fallaciously advertised their products saying they would reduce cellulite and zap fat.

Both the companies will be refunding $1.5 million to consumers. The...

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