Scientists have revealed that climate change is likely to cut off larger waves along Australia's central east coast in next few decades. The increase in greenhouse gases will reduce the number of days with large ocean waves more than four meters high by 40% by the end of this century.
Eye-to-eye contact is considered to be important when it comes to relationship between a doctor and his patient. Eye contact helps physician to look into patient's eyes and is able to read his expressions and listen to the patient's words.
A pharmacist found that some of the bottles of Pfizer's Effexor contained a heart disease drug, Tikosyn and it could be harmful for patients. This led Pfizer to recall three lots of antidepressant medication on March 6, 2014.
The company has recalled the antidepressant Effexor XR as well as other generic versions of the drug. Around 104,450 bottles have been recalled and nearly 65,800 were stocked in pharmacies across the nation.
Scientists claim to have made a breakthrough in Alzheimer's diagnosis. Georgetown University researchers said that they have successfully devised a blood test to predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease with 90% accuracy.
A recent Engadget report has revealed that broadband TV startup Aereo has temporarily shut down its service in Denver, Colo., and Salt Lake City, Utah.
According to reports, a new Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign will be launched by Neil Young on March 15. The campaign will pertain to a new MP3 player dubbed 'PonoPlayer' --- Young's much-teased, audiophile-grade portable MP3 player.
The Kickstarter campaign will allow consumers to reserve the 128GB PonoPlayer which Young - in partnership with Ayre Acoustics - will offer for $399.
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