HPA Finds Negligible Decrease in Sexually Transmitted Diseases in England

HPA Finds Negligible Decrease in Sexually Transmitted Diseases in England

A negligible decrease in the spread of infection chlamydia has been seen in England after 10 years. As per data, 418,598 sexually transmitted infections (STI) were diagnosed in England in 2010, which was recorded 1% less in comparison to 2009.

Minor Falls Causing Major Injuries

Minor Falls Causing Major Injuries

The NHS Information Centre has released and claimed that more than 20,800 people required hospital treatment after falling out of bed in just one year. Between March 2010 and February 2011, around 12,000 people were treated for injuries caused because of chair falls whereas 6,400 people tilted down from ladders and another 1,200 due to falls from trees, notified the report.

Annoyed Mother Warns Ruthless Internet Trolls

Annoyed Mother Warns Ruthless Internet Trolls

Yesterday, an annoyed mother, Vickey, 42, expressed her irritation towards ruthless internet trolls, posting inhuman and unkind comments on her terminally ill daughter’s blog. While warning the culprits, Vicky warned them, particularly the one addressing her daughter as bitch and asking about her death, they must understand that they are traceable.

Police Forces of East of England Honored

On Thursday, Police Forces in the East of England were recognized by the National Policing Improvement Agency for their work to promote volunteer policing. The Eastern Region Employer Support Policing Team was honored at the agency’s annual Special Constable and Police Support Volunteer Awards. The team has a total of 226 special constables who are supported by their employers.

Health Secretary Takes Back NHS Reforms

Health Secretary Takes Back NHS Reforms

Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley has made it clear that the previously adopted health reforms have been taken back by the health department. Earlier, the authorities claimed that about 5,000 more patients would survive cancer each year under the Health Secretary’s plan of privatization, but now these plans have been cancelled and no privatization will take place.

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AT&T releasing updates for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus

U.S. network provider AT&T is reportedly rolling out its first software update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones.

Mobile phones can cause brain tumours: Italian court rules

In a landmark ruling, an Italian court has acknowledged and ruled that excessive, work-related use of a mobile phone can cause brain tumour.

Duluth to host ‘March for Science’ on Saturday

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Americans are more distressed than ever before: study

A new study has revealed that more Americans than ever before are in the grip of stress, depression and anxiety; and several of them are unable to get required help.

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Google Inc.’s self-driving car unit Waymo is offering free rides in its autonomous minivans to people in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area of Arizona, the company has confir

AT&T releasing updates for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus

U.S. network provider AT&T is reportedly rolling out its first software update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones.

Mobile phones can cause brain tumours: Italian court rules

In a landmark ruling, an Italian court has acknowledged and ruled that excessive, work-related use of a mobile phone can cause brain tumour.

Duluth to host ‘March for Science’ on Saturday

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Uber self-driving car chief stepping away from leadership role

Anthony Levandowski, the controversial chief of Uber’s self-driving car project, is reportedly stepping away from the leadership role due to a lawsuit filed by Google’s autonomous car unit Waymo.

Researchers record baby humpback whales 'whispering' to their mothers

Revealing a previously unknown survival technique of whales, a new study found that newborn humpbacks and their mothers whisper to each other to escape potential predators.

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