HEALTH

Waiakea Water: Bottled Water that’s Satisfying (and Sustainable!) to the Last Drop

Waiakea Volcanic Bottled Water is sourced from the base of an active volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, which receives significant rainfall throughout the year. This unique source guarantees Waiakea water as the...
color changing tattoos

Color changing tattoos to help diabetics monitor blood sugar levels

Scientists have come up with color changing tattoos or biosensing tattoos that change color based on the sugar levels in a person with diabetes. Tattoos have been used by people around the world for many...
Hair

Regular hair dye use ups risk of breast cancer, study says

Scientists have found a link between regular use of hair dye and elevated risk of breast cancer in women. While the finding seems rather odd, scientists at the Rutgers School of Public Health in Piscataway, New...
Stress

These ‘F’ symptoms will help you find out if you are stressed

According to researchers there are a few 'f' symptoms that could help determine if a person is stressed or not. These symptoms are fight, flight, freeze, fawn, and fatigue. When stressed, there are two responses...
Drinking Water

Billions lack safe drinking water says report by WHO and UNICEF

Nearly a third of the population of the world - some three in 10 people worldwide, or 2.1 billion - do not have access to safe drinking water according to a new report by WHO...

WORLD

Success with Traveling Vineyard

Sip and Savor Success with Traveling Vineyard

Being a mom is a full-time job. Unfortunately, it doesn't pay the bills. That's why more and more moms are seeking business opportunities that allow them to work from home. One company in particular is...
Donald Trump

WikiLeaks inadvertently helped Donald Trump win US elections

A study has found that WikiLeaks could have inadvertently helped Donald Trump win the US Presidential elections after it posted documents related to Hillary Clinton. According to the study that involved researchers from University of...
Theressa May

UK to unveil first Brexit bill

The UK government will soon be publishing the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, known as the Repeal Bill, setting in motion the plan for Brexit. The bill come a year after Britons voted to leave the European...
Terrorism, Terrorist

US Congress panel to propose tougher riders on civil, military aid to Pakistan

Reports have emerged that a key US Congressional panel is going to put forward a proposal wherein it will be seeking tougher riders on US' civil and military aid to Pakistan and make such...
Donald Trump

Trump reiterates call for a travel ban from certain ‘dangerous’ countries

Latest terrorist attacks in England have given Donald Trump the much needed fuel to reiterate his travel ban from certain 'dangerous' countries. In a series of tweets, the US President stressed that we need a...

SCIENCE

How Eric Lefkofsky is Helping Cancer Patients through Technological Advancements

Cancer remains one of the most feared diseases of our time, and for a good reason. As it stands, statistics show that an estimated one and a half million individuals were diagnosed with various...
smallest star

Smallest-ever star is only slightly larger than Saturn

Defying what astronomers believed until now, a new star - the smallest ever discovered till date - has been found. The star called EBLM J0555-57Ab is so small that is is just slightly larger...
Armstrong Moon Bag, Neil Armstrong, Moon Dust, Moon Bag

Neil Armstrong’s moon bag up for auction; could fetch up to $4 million

US astronaut Neil Armstrong's long-lost bag that he used to collect moon dust and some rocks from the lunar surface is finally heading to auction at international art auction house Sotheby's with the auctioneer...
Antarctic Larsen C ice shelf

Antarctic iceberg that calved is worrying, but more worrying are the glaciers behind it

A massive iceberg that just calved from the Larsen C ice shelf is being pegged as a worrying event, but experts say that more worrying is the glacier that will be left behind and the...
iceberg larsen c ice shelf

Gigantic iceberg breaks off from Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica

A gigantic iceberg approximately the size of Delaware has broken off from Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica with scientists closely watching the event as it unfolds. It created an iceberg of about 5,800 square...

TECHNOLOGY

Norman Pattiz’s PodcastOne Launches Media App With Innovative Features

The podcast network is vast and filled with diverse content. Many podcasts of varying genres and qualities compete for the attention of time-strapped listeners. To make the podcasting experience pleasant for both listeners and...

How Eric Lefkofsky is Helping Cancer Patients through Technological Advancements

Cancer remains one of the most feared diseases of our time, and for a good reason. As it stands, statistics show that an estimated one and a half million individuals were diagnosed with various...
Bitcoin

OKEx says it will list BitcoinABC for trading

BitcoinABC has already found a few takers with the latest one being one of the biggest bitcoin exchange, OKEx that has said that it will list BitcoinABC and any chainfork coin that arises on August...
Nokia 9 Geekbench

Nokia 9 surfaces on Geekbench with Snapdragon 835, 6GB RAM

Benchmark results of a certain smartphone listed as 'Unknown Heart' and allegedly the Nokia 9 has been spotted on Geekbench with Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB RAM. The smartphone, if real, will be sold by...
Apple ARkit

Apple launches ARkit development platform at WWDC 2017

Apple has jumped onto the augmented reality bandwagon by announcing ARkit development platform at its developer conference WWDC 2017. The new development platform will enable developers create AR experiences on the iPhone and iPad. ARkit...

BUSINESS

Success with Traveling Vineyard

Sip and Savor Success with Traveling Vineyard

Being a mom is a full-time job. Unfortunately, it doesn't pay the bills. That's why more and more moms are seeking business opportunities that allow them to work from home. One company in particular is...

How Hungarian Billionaire George Soros Became the Enemy of the Right

George Soros, the Hungarian-born billionaire investor, is frequently at the center of conspiracy theorists that are pushed by white nationalist groups and other far-right organizations. The fake news media outlet Breitbart has published several...
Oil Rig

Oil prices continue to fall for third day

Oil prices continue to decline with both Brent crude and US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude seeing 8-9% per cent decline over previous closes. According to trader reports, Brent crude was trading at $49.10 per...

AUTO

Ridesharing

Ridesharing success depends on compatibility of carpoolers

A new study has found that for ridesharing to be a success, it is very important to ensure that the would-be carpoolers are actually compatible with each other. According to Bissan Ghaddar, professor of management...