Dental Care Costs Heavily in New Zealand

Dental Care Costs Heavily in New ZealandHighly expensive dental care in New Zealand is leaving an impact on the patients' pocket. Many people avoid undergoing dental surgeries as they cost highly on their budget.

U.S. Government Officials Suggest Decreasing Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water

U.S. Government Officials Suggest Decreasing Fluoride Levels in Drinking WaterThe level of fluoride in the water supply of the country should be decreased to the lowest suggested threshold, as stated by U. S. Government officials on Friday.

Scotts Sisters Set Free From Prison on Medical Condition

Scotts Sisters Set Free From Prison on Medical ConditionFriday was the reliving day for sisters Jamie and Gladys Scott from a Mississippi prison. Both of them had been convicted for armed robbery and their life-long imprisonment was dismissed by Gov. Haley Barbour on December 29.

The General Medical Council Censures British Doctors For Controversial Study

The General Medical Council Censures British Doctors For Controversial StudySome doctors along with Dr. Andrew Wakefield have been reprimanded by the General Medical Council in Great Britain due to their research carried out in last 1990s claiming that a vaccine used for guarding children against measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) led to autism.

Motorola Atrix Android becomes a hit at CES Las Vegas

Atrix-Android-smartphoneAtrix Android smartphone which was separately announced by Motorola and AT&T has been able to attract eyeballs during the CES. And almost all those who are covering the show say that the smartphone is undoubtedly the best announcement that has been made in the show.

RIM wants 24 months to sort out security issues

Research-in-MotionThe controversial security issue between the Indian government and BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) took a new turn when RIM asked for 18-24 months time to address these topics. The Indian authorities have been demanding access to RIM's corporate email system.

Two Indian newspapers- Economic Times and Mint first broke the news and said that a meeting between all the parties involved, took place on December 29.

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