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China Plans to Add Stimulus to Boost Economy

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 16:19


The central bank of China is boosting liquidity to support the faltering economic growth. According of reports from the media China's central bank is inserting 500 billion yuan or $81.35 billion of liquidity into the top five banks in the country for three months. It signals that the authorities are making an effort to support the weakening economy.

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Stocks of Sears Drop to 52 Week Low as its CEO Offers Loan of $400 million

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 16:16


On Tuesday, the shares of Sears Holdings Co. fell by 9.4 percent as a reaction to the news which said that the that the company will be getting a loan of $400 million loan from Eddie Lampert the company's own CEO and chairman.

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Link established between baldness, prostate cancer

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 15:22


Contrasted with men with no baldness in their 40s, men with a particular example of hair sparseness at age 45 have a 40% expanded danger of creating forceful prostate tumor further down the road, asserts another exploration.

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Cervical cancer can be checked through urine test

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 15:20


Another research in London demonstrates that a basic and effortlessly done urine test can now figure out if you have an infection that causes cervical disease. The exploration group utilized urine test and smear test and the result so far, the readings are exact and the same for both test.

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Legalisation of medical cannabis gets Tony Abbott’s support

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 15:18


Leader Tony Abbott has advocated the authorization of cannabis for medicinal purposes.

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Risk of heart disease can be increased by working for longer hours

Wed, 09/17/2014 - 15:17


It is safe to say that you are a workaholic? Your propensities may raise your danger of coronary illness, another study has cautioned.

Working for more than 40 hours a week may expand one's danger of creating coronary illness, or narrowing of the veins that supply blood and oxygen to the heart, it says.

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Australian goldfish is recovering ‘swimmingly well’ following surgery

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 16:28


A pet goldfish named George was recouping "swimmingly well" after a surgery to evacuate a life-debilitating brain tumor, a veterinarian at an Australian creature doctor's facility said.

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5:2 diet again in limelight

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 16:26


There's a great deal of talk around the workplace this week about fasting, after the 5:2 Diet created by British researcher Dr Michael Mosley broadcast on Channel Seven's Sunday Night program.

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Babies born in winter crawl earlier

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 16:25


Israeli scientists say those born in the winter to spring months started to crawl at a normal of five weeks as compared to those who were born in summer or pre-winter.

One hypothesis is that winter children may crawl prior in light of the fact that they will generally begin crawling in the late spring months, when there is more sunlight.

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Indian teenager created an $80 breath-to-speech device

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 16:23


Specific machine frameworks that permit individuals with development and discourse disabilities like ALS or Parkinson's to talk typically utilizes a huge number of dollars. Nonetheless, a 16 year-old student from India has made a gadget that finishes the same essential errand as these $7,000-10,000 machines for just $80.

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Google launches new line of entry-level $100 Android One smartphones in India

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 16:21


Google has recently announced the launch of its Android One initiative, under which the company will offer entry-level, $100 Android handsets in India, starting from September 15. The cost of the Android One handsets in India will begin at Rs. 6,399, or approximately $105.

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Penalty for PG&E in California Pipeline Disaster Case May be The Largest in State’s History

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 15:27


Four years back a lethal pipeline explosion killed eight people in San Bruno, California and shattered the town. The state agency is yet to decide on the penalty and is weighing on levying a record fine for the disaster.

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CalPERS Decides to Sell Hedge Fund Investments

Tue, 09/16/2014 - 15:24


California Public Employees' Retirement System or CalPERS is the largest public pension system in the country and planning to shift from its investments in hedge funds.

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