Air Asia bestow Christmas gifts to travelers

Air Asia bestow Christmas gifts to travelersWith Christmas and New Year round the corner, Air Asia has at last exposed its fabulous cheap tickets for travelers. The idea is to attract a huge number of customers and shake up the market with the lowest prices on offer. This Southeast Asia low-cost carrier will have 4 times a week flights to Kuala Lumpur from Christchurch.

China Has About 740,000 HIV-Positive People

HIV PositiveAround 740,000 people in China are carrying HIV virus and there are nearly 100,000 people who are living with AIDS.

The menace of HIV is more prevalent in China's six regions namely Henan, Yunnan, Sichuan, Guangdong, Xinjiang and Guangxi that comprise 77.1% of total population of those suffering from HIV/AIDS.

Medicine Prize Winner and China Not To Attend Nobel Prize Ceremony

Nobel FoundationThe head of the Nobel Foundation told on Friday that the Nobel Prize ceremony to be held on December 9 would not be attended by this year's laureate of the Nobel Prize in Medicine due to health issues.

Bird Flu Case Confirmed In Japan

Bird FluOn Friday, the Japanese Government declared that the country has been hit with bird flu outbreak, but no human cases have been found till now and the virus was detected in chickens only.

Medical Expert Urges for Banning Mixing Alcohol with Energy Drinks in NZ

Energy DrinksA medical expert has warned against the consumption of blend of energy drinks and alcohol that makes one heavily intoxicated and violent and in worst scenarios it can also lead to death. Thus, he urged New Zealand to impose restriction on such a dangerous mixture.

Dr. Paul Quigley, medicine specialist at Wellington Hospital emergency, stated that New Zealand in line with Australia should ban mixing alcohol and energy drinks.

Stocks pick up ground following frail employment statement

Stocks pick up ground following frail employment statementU. S. equities congested advanced on Friday subsequent to a behind schedule gathering rub out the meeting self-pitying above an unsatisfactory jobs account.

The Industrial Average of Dow Jones mounted by 19.68 points, or 0.17%, to 11382.09 on Friday, expanding its December meeting to a third day. The gauge goes up 2.6% this week, enhanced by an amount of better-than- anticipated economic information.

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