Canada's blood collection agency is requesting Londoners to spare time from the holiday season for cause of blood donation to cover up for the possible shortage of blood.
Canadian Blood Services sends a countrywide message that 22,000 donors are required to book appointments this week, including 230 in alone London.
A new study has revealed that people who take a dummy pill or placebo deliberately may get benefit from it. These pills usually have sugar or other inert non-harmful materials as the main constituent. At the time of clinical trials patients are ignorant of the fact if they are having the tested drug or a placebo.
In what apparently is a clear indication of the ambiguity surrounding Apple's applications approval process for its gigantic iOS App Store, the company has recently given its approval to an iPhone camera app which allows the users to click a photo by pressing the physical `Volume' button of the device, instead of tapping the touchscreen.
In a lieu to promote health consciousness among the consumers, the legislation is requested to approve a bill, making it mandatory for the packagers, manufacturers and distributors to mention the nutritional value of products on their labels. This way the public would be well aware of health benefits or hazards by consuming a particular product.