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No Clear Link between Second-hand Smoke and Lung Cancer: Study

No Clear Link between Second-hand Smoke and Lung Cancer: Study

If findings of a new study are to be believed, there is no clear relationship between lung cancer and second-hand smoke. The study was led by researchers at Stanford University and was conducted for almost a decade on more than 76,000 women.

Mother sharks always swim back home to deliver their young ones

Mother sharks always swim back home to deliver their young ones

According to a latest study Shark moms come back to their original birthplaces when they themselves have to deliver their babies.

Researchers in the Bahamas affirmed that female lemon sharks come back to the spot where they were conceived when it is their opportunity to conceive an offspring.

Hackers have breached nearly 2 million accounts on popular social media and Internet sites

Hackers have breached nearly 2 million accounts on popular social media and Inte

In a recent report, Chicago-based cybersecurity firm Trustwave has revealed that nearly 2 million accounts on popular social media and Internet sites - including Facebook, Google, Twitter, LinkedIn and Yahoo - have been scooped up by hackers with the help of malicious software.

Tongue Drive System to Provide Mobility and Independence to Paralyzed People

Tongue Drive System to Provide Mobility and Independence to Paralyzed People

A group of researchers in Atlanta and Chicago has come up with Tongue Drive System in a hope to provide mobility and independence to paralyzed people.

The device is like a magnet that has to be attached to tongue through piercing. The magnet stud looks like a joystick and by tapping the same, people living with paralysis can drive their wheelchair wherever they want.

Addressing great lakes threat from Asian carp

Addressing great lakes threat from Asian carp

For the most recent decade, the Asian carp has been penetrating conduits, snapping up green growth and little shellfish that other angle consume.

The fish that has policymakers and naturalists dreadful of genuine harm to the Great Lakes biological community is the subject of an open gathering this evening in Indianapolis.

NYC reaches a step closer to tobacco-buying age of 21

NYC reaches a step closer to tobacco-buying age of 21

As a Democratic congressman he called for an upgrade of the elected expense framework that might put a greater amount of the load on the affluent, Rahm Emanuel has dependably pushed exhausting the rich.

As boss of staff to President Barack Obama, he headed that organization's charge to raise charges on allotments, capital increases, homes and high compensation.

Ubisoft announces that ‘Watch Dogs’ launch has been delayed until 2014

Ubisoft announces that ‘Watch Dogs’ launch has been delayed until 2014

In a Tuesday blog post, video game Ubisoft has revealed that the launch of its much-anticipated `Watch Dogs' title has been delayed for all systems until 2014.

Clay Balls Turn out to be Oldest Data Storage System

Clay Balls Turn out to be Oldest Data Storage System

As per claims by a group of scientists from University of Chicago's Oriental Institute, the oldest ever data storage system has been successfully found by it.

The system comprises of clay balls, which are generally termed as `envelopes'. These balls composed of some 200 years earlier than the invention of writing were unearthed in the 1960s.

Can Pedialyte Cure hangover cure for adults?

Can Pedialyte Cure hangover cure for adults?

The electrolyte liquid is given to babies having dehydration. This electrolyte is also becoming popular as a cure for hangover in grownups as a home remedy.

Pedialyte is a fruit-flavored drink. It is given to children who are vomiting or have diarrhea.

Quinn is against ADM Tax Breaks

Quinn is against ADM Tax Breaks

Gov. Pat Quinn has announced that he will not accept any legislation with special tax incentives to get Archer Daniels Midland Company to keep its global headquarter in Illinois. He said that he will veto the legislation until legislators approve a fix for the state's nearly $100 billion pension crisis.

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