Martina Navratilova Detected With Breast Cancer

Martina Navratilova Detected With Breast Cancer

18 Grand Slam singles titles and 31 Grand Slam doubles tiles winner, Martina Navratilova, has been detected with breast cancer. This, definitely is, the biggest challenge of her life.

The Czechoslovakian-born tennis star has made an announcement, that she has breast cancer.

New Health Care Reform has Some Dangerous Loopholes

New Health Care Reform has Some Dangerous Loopholes

President Obama’s sign on the health care reform bill does not mean the war is over. A consumer group is requesting Congress and President Obama to fasten what it describes “dangerous loopholes in the new law”.

National Police Agency To Ask Drunk Drivers to Maintain a Diary

National Police Agency To Ask Drunk Drivers to Maintain a Diary

The National Police Agency panel has released a report that states that it will become imperative for drivers who have had their licenses revoked for driving under influence or DUI, to maintain a diary for 30 days in order to review their drinking habits. They will be issued a new license only after this. This was revealed by the panel on Thursday.

Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreak Leads to Slaughtering of Animals

Foot and Mouth Disease Outbreak Leads to Slaughtering of Animals

It has been reported that an outbreak of foot and mouth disease at a farm in South Korea, has lead to the slaughtering of more than 2,500 cows and pigs.

According to the Agricultural Ministry official Lee Sang-soo, nine cows at a farm in Ganghwa Island, west of Seoul, were confirmed to be suffering from the disease on Saturday.

Study Discovers, Lung Function of 9/11 Rescue Workers has Diminished

Study Discovers, Lung Function of 9/11 Rescue Workers has Diminished

A study of around 13,000 workers has discovered that rescue staff who faced exposure to thick clouds of dust after the assault on the World Trade Center had huge drops in lung function lasting at least seven years.

Study Evinces Physical Reasons For Near Death Experiences

Study Evinces Physical Reasons For Near Death Experiences

Near-death experiences have proved a mystery to many scientists throughout the world. A new study now provides physiological reasons for NDEs.

The results of the study claim that near death experiences are cause because of an excess of carbon di oxide in the blood.

Bernanke Jittery over Nation’s Fiscal Future

Bernanke Jittery over Nation’s Fiscal Future

Ben S. Bernanke, the Federal Reserve Chairman, on Wednesday alarmed that an aging American population posed fiscal challenges for the United States.

In addition to the warning, he wants the nation to rise and begin to prepare for this impending demographic transition.

Oil Refiners Register a Slip on Increased Production

Oil Refiners Register a Slip on Increased Production

Shares of oil refiners registered a fall on Wednesday as investors jittered that the companies had boosted their fuel production by a great extent, exceeding demand.

Light, sweet crude for May delivery slipped, landing at 96 cents, or 1.1%, lower at $85.88 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. However, the slip is witnessed to be a positive signal for refiners.

Toyota Slapped with $16.4-million Fine over Disclosure of Accelerator Problems

Toyota Slapped with $16.4-million Fine over Disclosure of Accelerator Problems

Toyota's top U. S. Public Relations Executive had cautioned in January that it's high time for the automaker to publically reveal the mechanical problems and to come out clean about sticking accelerator pedals that could cause sudden acceleration.

Pier 1 Swings to Fiscal 4Q Profit

Pier 1 Swings to Fiscal 4Q Profit

Home decor retailer Pier 1 Imports Inc. on Thursday swung to its fourth-quarter profit that surpassed its forecasts, however, it was revealed to be in line with market expectations as the U. S. home goods retailer got a boost on account of strong sales.

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