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Facebook Can Cause Depression


According to a new study published in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Facebook can cause depression. A team of researchers at the University of Houston, in Houston, Texas said that heavy Facebook users could easily discover themselves comparing ...

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France Combats Anorexia By Banning Excessively Thin Runway Models

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PARIS – French lawmakers have voted in favor of a law that would ban excessively thin runway models and potentially fine the employers that hire them in an effort to eliminate anorexia in the modeling industry. The country’s National Assembly ...

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Hayley Okines Dies From Progeria At 17

Hayley Okines Dies At 17

Arrington, United Kingdom – Hayley Okines was world famous for being one of the most widely known cases of Progeria. She may have only been 17 years old, but he appeared to have the body of a 100 year old lady. ...

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Al-Shabab Militants Storm Kenyan University Killing 147

147 stedents killed by al-shabab militants in kenya

Nairobi, Kenya – A group of 4 masked terrorists from Somalia stormed the dormitories of a university in Kenya, shooting students indiscriminately. The 4 gunmen were members of the terrorist group al-Shabab, which is an extremist Muslim organization. Shots appeared ...

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Star Wars’ Tatooine 2-Sun Planet Is Real?


According to a report titled “Planet formation around binary stars: Tatooine made easy” recently submitted to the Astrophysical Journal, a pair of astrophysicists– Ben Bromley of the University of Utah and Scott Kenyon of the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory–have discovered a ...

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Intense Storm Kills At Least 9 People In Europe

At least nine people lost their lives after hurricane-force winds lashed northern Europe, the authorities said.

A powerful storm that’s lashed Germany, Austria and Switzerland is believed to have killed at least nine people. At least nine people have been killed in a powerful storm that has lashed Germany and Austria, police say, as rail companies ...

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Islamic State Loses Hold Of Tikrit To Iraqi Forces

Iraqi Forces Retake Tikrit From ISIS Forces

Tikrit, Iraq – The Iraqi Security Forces have finally routed ISIS forces from the city of Tikrit. The win-falls of the Islamic State are gradually becoming few and far between, though the group still poses serious security threats to the ...

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Glow-In-The-Dark Tampons Can Fight Pollution


According to a study published in today’s Water and Environment Journal, tampons can help save the environment. Co-author and environmental engineer at the University of Sheffield in England Professor David Lerner elaborated: “More than a million homes have their waste ...

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Saudi Oil Producers May Drop Barrel Price To $25 To Hurt Iran

Saudi Oil Prices Set To Drop In Effort To Sabotoge Iran

Oil Prices have plummeted all around the world in the past year as a result of weakened demand for the crude product. Producers all over the Arab world are stricken by declining profits and excess supplies. Despite the greatly reduced ...

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Shutdown Of GM Plant In Oshawa Ontario Threatens 33,000 Jobs

Oshawa Plant Where Camaro Is Made Faces Closure

Oshawa, Ontario – Auto manufacturing is big business in Ontario Canada, where GM, Ford, and Chrysler have assembly plants. These plants manufacture cars for the world market, and not just for Canada. There are entire cities that rely heavily on ...

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