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AFI FEST 2015 Presented By Audi Opening Night Gala Premiere Of Universal Pictures' 'By The Sea' - Arrivals

Medicine  2 May '16

Angelina Jolie’s Anti-Breast Cancer Surgery Proven To Be Safe & Effective By US Health Experts

Surgeons say Angelina Jolie’s anti-breast cancer surgery from 2013 has been clinically proven to be as safe and effective in preventing breast cancer as more drastic operations.

Press Preview Of Items From Bonhams Latest Gentleman's Library Auction

School  30 April '16

Kennewick Man Set To Have Proper Native American Burial

US archaeologists concluded that the skeletal remains of a 9,000-year-old Paleoamerican man, aka the Kennewick Man, are Native American in origin. As such, the Kennewick Man will soon be receiving a proper Native American reburial.

Police Report On Anabolic Steroid Raids

Health/Nutrition  29 April '16

Testosterone Levels Determine Men’s Risk For Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Attack

Two studies have been outed this week explaining how men's testosterone levels could determine their risk for developing lifestyle diseases.

The Labour Party Annual Conference

School  29 April '16

Scientists Release Astounding New Details On Ice-Making Bacteria

German scientists have discovered how an Amazonian-based bacteria makes its own ice crystals from water at such potent rates.

Spanish Women Take Up The Traditionally Male Sport Of Boxing

Health/Nutrition  28 April '16

A Minute Of Intense Workout Better Than An Hour Of Moderate Exercise?

Canadian researchers found enough evidence to claim that one minute of high-intensity workout has the same benefits as an hour of moderate exercise.

Serbian Authorities Process Migrants As They Make Their Way Through Europe

Toddler  28 April '16

Is It Okay To Spank Children? 5-Decade Research Says No

A comprehensive study on spanking shows that the popular disciplinary action causes more bad than good to a child's overall development.

Pupils Receive Their GCSE Results

School  28 April '16

US Department of Education: Majority Of High School Seniors Not Ready For College Or Career

Data from a national education research project shows that American high school seniors are less proficient in college reading and math than they were two years ago.

Rally At New York's City Hall Celebrates Public Breastfeeding Law

Pregnancy  28 April '16

US Health Experts Modify Breastfeeding Guidelines To Give Mothers A Choice

The Preventive Services Task Force has tweaked its breastfeeding guidelines to support mother autonomy and reduce pressure on mothers who can't breastfeed.

Cuba Releases Alan Gross, Held In Prison For 5 Years

Health/Nutrition  27 April '16

Why Eating In Front Of The TV Is Bad For Your Health

Nutritionists say eating while watching TV causes people to eat mindlessly and unhealthily. Since they are not paying attention to the food they consume, people who eat and watch TV are more likely to become hungry later on in the day.

Incarcerated Women Allowed To Keep Newborns In Illinois Pilot Program

Family ♥ Story  27 April '16

Children Of Incarcerated Parents Face More Difficulties In Life, Study Finds

Children of incarcerated parents lose more than just a parent. Study shows these children also tend to be more financially and emotionally unstable than their peers. One charitable organization has drafted a proposal to help children deal with this challenging situation.

Children's Hospital Class Aims To Help Youth With Obesity Issues

Health/Nutrition  27 April '16

US Initiatives To Suppress Childhood Obesity Not Working, Severe Obesity On The Rise

Researchers say the rate of childhood obesity in the US isn't showing signs of slowing down. The country's childhood obesity rate is at its highest point in over 15 years.

Annual Gaming Industry Conference E3 Takes Place In Los Angeles

Family Life  27 April '16

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds ‘Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime,’ ‘Comix Zone’ & More

Microsoft's Xbox Live program director Larry Hryb announced on Twitter this week the new batch of Xbox One backwards-compatible games.

NASA Holds Media Briefing For The New Horizons' Pluto Fly-By

School  26 April '16

New Horizons Team Asks NASA For Second Pluto Flyby

The New Horizons team led by Alan Stern has submitted a formal request to NASA for an extended mission project that would improve humanity's understanding of Pluto, the Kuiper Belt and a small unexplored area known as the 2014 MU69.

Three Arrests Made In The Case Of Missing Chef Claudia Lawrence

Teens/Young Adults  26 April '16

Gunman Opens Fire At Wisconsin High School Prom

A Wisconsin teenager walked in front of Antigo High School and started shooting at students who were attending a school prom. Two people were injured during the incident while the lone gunman was shot down by responding police officers.

General Election - National Health Service

Health/Nutrition  26 April '16

'Pregnant' Man From China Actually Had Enormous 33-Pound Tumor

A Chinese man finally got his 33-pound tumor removed after living 10 years with a beach ball-like mass in his stomach.

Bloomberg's Ban On Large Sodas Debated In Court, As New Report Details Diabetes Deaths In City At A High

Health/Nutrition  26 April '16

Scientists One Step Closer In Preventing Type 1 Diabetes

Scientists have discovered the last piece of the puzzle on how type 1 diabetes is triggered. They say the new information will lead to the development of an improved treatment for the chronic condition.

Boston Deals With Aftermath Of Marathon Explosions

Toddler  26 April '16

2-Year-Old Girl Killed By Ambulance Outside Boston Hospital

Little Isabella Wu died Saturday after getting hit by an ambulance just outside the apartment where she and her family lives. Police are now investigating the tragic incident and will be releasing further details later on.

Call of Duty European Championships Final At The Royal Opera House

Family Life  26 April '16

YouPorn's Pro Gaming Team Gets Axed By Electronic Sports League

Team YP won't be participating in official ESL events anymore following the pro-gaming league's decision to ban the group for failing to comply with league standards.

The Solar Eclipse Is Observed In Asia

Music.Art.STEM  25 April '16

Total Solar Eclipse That Would Blacken Continental United States To Happen In 2017

Astronomers say The Great American Eclipse will occur again on August 21, 2017. When it does, a total solar eclipse will be felt across Continental United States.

Gamers Queue For Playstation 4 Launch

Dads  25 April '16

PlayStation 4.5, 'Neo' News & Updates: Sony's New Console To Be More Powerful Than PlayStation 4, More Specs Revealed

Sony is said to release an upgraded version of the PlayStation 4 later this fall. The new console is expected to be considerably better than Sony's current-gen offering.

McDonalds Tests Bigger, Premium 'Angus Third Pounder'

Health/Nutrition  23 April '16

Ordering Food Through Machine Is Healthier Than Ordering Out Loud

A new study found that people who use machines to order food choose healthier meals than those who utter their choices to a waiter or a cashier.

President Obama Attends White House Science Fair

Toddler  23 April '16

Obama Administration Intensifies STEM Education Initiative To Make Kids Future-Proof

The Obama Administration recently announced plans to reinforce the teaching of STEM subjects in pre-school. The new education initiative is seen as a long-term investment that would better equip children in dealing with 21st-century economic challenges.

Shooting Day 10: Baku 2015 - 1st European Games

Teens/Young Adults  21 April '16

North Carolina High School Opens First-Ever Shooting Range Facility For JROTC Students

Smithfield-Selma High School in North Carolina opens its first-ever state-of-the-art shooting range facility. School officials assure the public that the facility poses no security threat.

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