Asia stocks advance after Wall Street’s recovery continues

Asia stocks advanced on Friday after Wall Street ended volatile trade in positive territory, adding to the previous session's big gains, although lingering investor jitters helped support safe-haven currencies such as the yen. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.8 percent. It has fallen 3 percent so far in December. The Shanghai... Continue Reading →

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More Light On Self Lubricating Condoms.

Researchers found in a new study that sex with these condoms are far better. This is leap for global health win. Boston University researchers has found a way to make condoms self-lubricate on contact — This discovery could encourage more people to use condoms and reduce rates of unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections. The... Continue Reading →

93 percent of the world’s children breathe toxic, polluted air each day DOYLE RICE  | USA TODAY

Nearly 2 billion children – about 93 percent of the world’s children under the age of 15 – breathe toxic, putrid air that’s so polluted it puts their health and well-being at serious risk, a new report said. Many of the children die: The United Nations' World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 600,000 children died in... Continue Reading →

Budget pledges on health and social care dismissed as ‘sticking plaster’

Pressure on NHS will continue as social care remains underfunded, campaigners say Health experts have said the chancellor’s £20.5bn boost for the NHS in England by 2023 will leave the service still struggling to cope with rising demand for treatment. The pressure on already overloaded A&E and GP services will continue because Philip Hammond only... Continue Reading →

What Precious Lee and Candice Huffine Really Think of Fashion’s Diversity Problem By Olivia Fleming

Outspoken and unconventional, these brazen women are beacons of change who refuse to conform, inspiring people around the world to fight for what they believe in. Here, models Precious Lee and Candice Huffine open up about diversity—or lack thereof—in the fashion industry for our 2018 #WomenWhoDare conversation series. Candice Huffine: What I was thinking about... Continue Reading →

Dogs can sniff out malaria, study shows Published Today By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Paula Field

Malaria was responsible for 445,000 global deaths in 2016, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). In total, 216 million infections were registered worldwide that year. In the United States, doctors diagnose about 1,500 cases of malaria each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Although the number of infections is... Continue Reading →

Researchers Are Developing A ‘Universal’ Blood Test To Detect Cancer Easily.

Researchers has developed a generic test for cancer and joined force with a tech company to introduce it to the market. They are 100% sure this test could be the first screening device to detect cancer. Cancer is a leading causes of death worldwide. American Institute for Cancer Research says that, there are about 18... Continue Reading →

Did You Know Aborigines Are The First Natives Of The Land Of Australia?

DNA extractions of hair samples collected from Aboriginal diaspora across Australia during the early to mid 1900s has just unveiled that population present in the region of Australia has had the same lineage descendancy for the last 50,000 years. Findings published today in the esteemed journal Nature, reiterates on the strong connection Aboriginal communities share... Continue Reading →

Indonesia Earthquake Claims 82 Lives.

Eighty two people killed after a deadly earthquake hit the Indonesian tourist islands of Lombok and its neighbouring, starting a tsunami warning a week after another quake in the same region killed 16 people.The magnitude seven earthquake hit about 6.46pm Jakarta time (11.46pm NZ) on Sunday, 27 kilometres north-east of northern Lombok in Indonesia at... Continue Reading →

5 Companies That Will Give You Extra Bucks Whiles You Work From Home!

Lately times have become tough; Sweat gushes out of stones. It is good to grow more wings and fly for long. Job on the extra time will do. There are many companies online rendering these services but few are genuine. Try your luck with these companies: Comply Fiverr Glassdoor Indeed Linkedin The above companies will... Continue Reading →

Daniel Reuda & Anna Devies Self Protraits

Daniel Reuda recently graduated architect from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV)after finishing his final thesis project rated with honors under the mentorship of Eduardo de Miguel and Vicente Corell. While studying he has also worked in the culture department as well as a student representative on the project department. Along with teachers and UPV... Continue Reading →

Yulia Brodskaya, Paper Quilling Artist

Yulia Brodskaya (Russia: Юлия Бродская, tr.Yuliya Brodskaya; born in 1983, Moscow) is an artist and illustrator known for her handmade elegant and detailed paper illustrations. In 2004 Brodskaya moved from Moscow to UK where she continued her education in art, at the University Of Hertfordshire, graduating with a Master of Art in Graphics Communication degree... Continue Reading →

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