How Ethical are Organ Donation Incentives?

How Ethical are Organ Donation Incentives?

It has been reported that cash incentives may now be offered to people in order to increase the number of organ donations.

Novartis Registers Rise in Profits in First Quarter

Novartis Registers Rise in Profits in First Quarter

The first quarter of 2010 has been a boon to Novartis. The company reports profits, which can be attributed to an amalgamation of emerging-market exposure and efficient cost-cutting measures. Swiss pharmaceutical conglomerate has outdone expectations by registering an increase of 18% rise in first-quarter sales.

Bond Movie Encounters Shortage of Enough Moolah to Finance its Production

Bond Movie Encounters Shortage of Enough Moolah to Finance its Production

James Bond movies always seem to attract maximum crowd, who visit theatres to enjoy all the action packed scenes that are there in a typical Bond movie.

There is no doubt, that in order to make such tremendous Bond movie, a wealthy producer is required, who does not fall short of cash in order to finance the production of this movie.

Study Finds England to be the Least Patriotic

Study Finds England to be the Least Patriotic

As per the report, only one-in-three people have knowledge of when St. George's Day is and just 10% said that they would feel comfortable to fly the flag of England.

English people rated their general level of national pride as 5.8 out of 10, as contrasted with 7.1 out of 10 for Scots, 7.06 for the Welsh and 6.72 for the Irish.

Oil Prices See Hike with $84 per Barrel as More Airports Open in Europe, Easing Fears of Reduced Demand for Oil

Oil Prices See Hike with $84 per Barrel as More Airports Open in Europe, Easing

Oil prices rose above $84 per barrel on Wednesday in Asia as stock markets rallied on strong business earnings and additional airports opened in volcanic ash smacked Europe, lessening fears of reduced demand for crude oil.

Food Firms Buckled up To make Drastic Reductions in Salt Usage in Processed Food

Food Firms Buckled up To make Drastic Reductions in Salt Usage in Processed Food

Concerning the growing dangers to people's health, US food companies are ready to face another blow with the new regulations from Governmental authorities that may command them to reduce the level of salt that is used in processed food, drastically.

Order a Bucket of Grilled Chicken at KFC to Prevent Breast Cancer

Order a Bucket of Grilled Chicken at KFC to Prevent Breast Cancer

There could be no better news than this for people who relish eating chicken. Now, they can enjoy the sumptuous taste of chicken while at the same time this would contribute towards a noble cause.

"Cash for Clunkers" Slated to be A Success: Moving Toward More Efficient Systems

"Cash for Clunkers" Slated to be A Success: Moving Toward More Efficient Systems

This is a shout out to all the Californians who are looking to replace their energy systems, all the while saving some good money and making sure that they are doing their bit for the environment.

The Next Time You Come Across A Brain Training Game, Turn Your Back!

The Next Time You Come Across A Brain Training Game, Turn Your Back!

That is exactly what the results of a new research suggest you should be doing, actually. It has been seen that brain training games in fact do next to nothing to help the grey matter. So the millions of people who have been playing on their Nintendo DS consoles for hours on end, solving puzzles and doing all other similar things, are not benefitting in anyway.

Peugeot Getting Back to Profits: European Economy Getting Better?

Peugeot Getting Back to Profits: European Economy Getting Better?

While we already know that things are not looking too good for the Eurozone and its various economies, there is something else that needs to be considered - the companies are steadily getting better, in terms of sales, profits market presence.

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