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PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks

PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks

In the year 2005, a special day of transforming parking lots into greener temporary parks was celebrated in downtown San Francisco. That marked the first PARK(ing) Day which, ever since has turned into an international movement.

Oasis Beverages a Russian Company Buys Pabst

Oasis Beverages a Russian Company Buys Pabst

On Thursday, Oasis Beverages a Russian beverage company announced that it is buying Pabst Brewing Company. Pabst is the manufacturer of the Pabst Blue Ribbon beer and brands like Colt 45 and Old Milwaukee.

About 6.4 trillion calories to be cut from food products

About 6.4 trillion calories to be cut from food products

Sixteen significant food and beverage organizations have addressed their promise to cut calories in their U. S. items, another report finds.

Rise in sexually transmitted infections worry all

Rise in sexually transmitted infections worry all

Transmission rates of the sexually transmitted sickness syphilis have arrived at their largest numbers ever recorded in Australia.

The University of New South Wales' Kirby Institute has discharged its Annual Surveillance Report, demonstrating an aggravating climb in a lot of people sexually transmitted infections.

Breast cancer awareness taken to another level by foundation

Breast cancer awareness taken to another level by foundation

Frequently, there are no outward indications of bosom tumor that you can see or feel. In the event that there are outward signs, the more regular ones incorporate a lump, a zone of thickening, or a dimple in the bosom. Less basic signs incorporate bosom swelling and redness or an augmented underarm lymph node.

Practicing yoga can help bipolar disorder

Practicing yoga can help bipolar disorder

Yoga practice may yield huge mental health benefits for individuals with bipolar issue, a study recommends.

Otherwise called manic-depressive ailment, bipolar issue alludes to a mind condition that causes surprising movements in temperament, vitality, movement levels and the capacity to do regular undertakings.

Oracle’s Chief Larry Ellison Retires

Oracle’s Chief Larry Ellison Retires

Lawrence J. Ellison turned 70 last month and will be retiring from his post of chief executive with Oracle Corp. He founded the company in 1977. The company announced his retirement on Thursday.

Price of Alibaba IPO Remains at Top Range

Price of Alibaba IPO Remains at Top Range

On Thursday, Alibaba Group Holding presented its initial public offering for $68 per share. It is the highest end of the likely range for the IPO which would raise $21.8 billion. This is keeping in trend with the recent signs of sturdy enthusiasm of the investors for the Chinese e-commerce giant.

Artificial sweeteners might trigger diabetes

Artificial sweeteners might trigger diabetes

Fake sweeteners may compound, as opposed to anticipate, metabolic issue, for example, Type 2 diabetes, a study recommends.

Without calorie free sweeteners are frequently picked by health food eaters to some extent in light of the fact that they are thought not to raise glucose levels.

World Alzheimer’s Report Suggests Dementia Can Be Preventable

World Alzheimer’s Report Suggests Dementia Can Be Preventable

The Alzheimer's Disease International Organization commissioned a gathering of researchers to create the World Alzheimer's Report. This report included the investigation of 8,000 individuals over the U. K., China, Spain, Chile, Poland, and Australia.

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PARK(ing) Day Celebration Turns Parking Spots into Temporary Parks
Oasis Beverages a Russian Company Buys Pabst
About 6.4 trillion calories to be cut from food products
Rise in sexually transmitted infections worry all
Breast cancer awareness taken to another level by foundation
Practicing yoga can help bipolar disorder
Oracle’s Chief Larry Ellison Retires
Price of Alibaba IPO Remains at Top Range
Artificial sweeteners might trigger diabetes
World Alzheimer’s Report Suggests Dementia Can Be Preventable
Artificial spleen can rid the body of infections
Obese can lean down through social networking sites: Study
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