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Women suffering from persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD)

Women suffering from persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD)

Talking about a nurse who suffered from the PGAD syndrome, headlines in the Sun stated that "Nurse has 100 orgasms a day". Anyone reading the headlines will barely come close to understanding that this lady suffers from a medical abnormality and instead think of it as a YouPorn news.

It’s about Discussing Solution, not Existence of Climate Change, says Prime Time Editor

It’s about Discussing Solution, not Existence of Climate Change, says Prime Time

The Prime Time debate on climate change was about discussing solutions and not the existence of the problem, said Donogh Diamond, Editor of Prime Time. It is a matter of extreme surprise that Victoria White's Irish Examiner column criticized Prime Time's debate on climate change last week, despite her column said nothing relevant about what was actually discussed in the programme.

Scientists Replicate Environment of planet Mars on Earth

Scientists Replicate Environment of planet Mars on Earth

With an aim to replicate the Martian environment on Earth, the European Space Agency (ESA) hopes to test the future rover that will navigate the surface of red planet. The engineers for Airbus Defence and Space in the UK have come up with 'Mars Yard'.

The family doctor tradition on the verge of extinction

The family doctor tradition on the verge of extinction

As per a warning by the head of the Royal College of GPs the general practice in the UK may be under a very major threat of extinction due to increased funding problems and more and more demand for patient care.

Dr Maureen Baker, the royal college's president, stated that “It is imploding faster than people realise.”

BMA: Doctors angry due to recent NHS pay restraint

BMA: Doctors angry due to recent NHS pay restraint

The head of the British Medical Association has stated that the doctors feel really outraged due to the denial to grant them a one percent hike in the basic pay. Dr Mark Porter expressed their outrage and requested the government to rethink their decision through a letter addressed to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

Nielsen’s new report reveals what consumers think about wearables

Nielsen’s new report reveals what consumers think about wearables

With wearable devices invading the tech arena at a fairly brisk pace, Nielsen has recently released a report which reveals consumers' perception about wearable technology and indicates how wearable devices are fast emerging as a trend.

Sony starts taking pre-orders for Xperia Z2 tablet in UK

Sony starts taking pre-orders for Xperia Z2 tablet in UK

The new Sony Xperia Z2 tablet - which was unveiled by Sony at the MWC last month - is now available for pre-orders in the UK via the Sony online store.

Two-Hour Live Show to be aired on Friday at 8 pm on National Geographic Channel

Two-Hour Live Show to be aired on Friday at 8 pm on National Geographic Channel

'Live from Space', a spectacular two-hour television show consisting of two documentaries, will air from Mission Control in Houston on National Geographic Channel on Friday at 8 p.m. EDT/5 p.m.

Series of 3D Printed Parts Used to Reconstruct Man’s Face

Series of 3D Printed Parts Used to Reconstruct Man’s Face

Stephen Power from Cardiff, Wales, met with an accident, which left him with serious injuries. Both of his cheekbones, upper jaw and eye sockets were broken.

He suffered a fractured skull and his right leg was damaged badly and both of his arms were also broken. Power stayed in the hospital for four months in 2012.

Lydia, First Great White Shark Known to Swim from One Side of Atlantic to Other

Lydia, First Great White Shark Known to Swim from One Side of Atlantic to Other

A 14-foot, 2,000-pound great white shark has been discovered that is known to swim from one side of Atlantic Ocean to other. They dubbed the white shark as Lydia and said that till now the shark has covered a distance of more than 19,400 miles.

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