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Vitamin D deficiency raises risk of chronic headache: study

Vitamin D deficiency raises risk of chronic headache: study

A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Eastern Finland has warned that deficiency of vitamin D could significantly increase the risk of chronic headaches in men.

The researchers studied data on a total of 2601 men aged between 42 and 60 years who were participating in the Kuopio Ischaemic Heart Disease Risk Factor Study (KIHD), and found that those who had low levels of vitamin D were suffering chronic headaches more frequently in comparison to those who had higher vitamin D levels.

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European Medicines Agency to review Samsung Bioepis’s Application of Humira biosimilar

European Medicines Agency to review Samsung Bioepis’s Application of Humira bios

On Monday, Samsung Bioepis, devoted to create affordable and high-quality biopharmaceutical and biosimilar products said is seeking regulatory approval in Europe to sell Humira, its copy of AbbVie Inc's rheumatoid arthritis drug.

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The Leave as well as Remain Camps Gathers Pace in Brexit

The Leave as well as Remain Camps Gathers Pace in Brexit

Thursday is not far away and that's the day when U. K. will vote whether to stay with the European Union or leave the European economic bloc.

At the beginning of trading week, campaigning for both stay and leave gather pace but the leave side gathered force after a brief pause towards the end of last week after a Member of Parliament in Northern England was murdered.

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Narrow Poll Margins does not Make it Very Clear Whether Britons Favor Brexit or Not

Narrow Poll Margins does not Make it Very Clear Whether Britons Favor Brexit or

A news report on Tuesday showed that in two polls published, the Britons narrowly favor staying with the European Union. The support for staying with the European Union was trending with one-point lead in the online YouGov survey as well as ORB telephone poll.

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Stunning photo of Newborn Star Illuminating Nebula captured

Stunning photo of Newborn Star Illuminating Nebula captured

A stunning picture of a newly formed star seen bathing in its nebula's glowing blue light has been captured by astronomers. Roughly 500 light-years away from Earth, the star, called HD 97300, brightens up the surrounding cosmic clouds made up of dust particles. It can be observed in the Chamaeleon Complex, located in the southern constellation of the Chamaeleon.

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First US Oil Shipment Leave for Europe after a Forty Year Ban Lift

First US Oil Shipment Leave for Europe after a Forty Year Ban Lift

Officially America banned export of crude oil in 1975. The move came after two years when OPEC banned oil sales to the U.S. At that time gas prices skyrocketed and cars queued outside of gas stations waiting to fill their tanks.

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Uber Plans to Expand to European Cities Promises 50,000 jobs

Uber Plans to Expand to European Cities Promises 50,000 jobs

Travis Kalanick , the chief executive officer of the fast expanding online taxi-sharing services Uber said that he is looking forward to a wide expansion plan in Europe for the company in 2015.

In a conference in Munich, he said that Uber may create as many as 50,000 jobs in case its "new partnership" with the with European cities work out.

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New Stimulus Plans of Eurozone Face Some Questions Regarding its Merits

New Stimulus Plans of Eurozone Face Some Questions Regarding its Merits

The eurozone is possibly facing its worst kind of stagnation for a while with a lot at stake. To make situations better its central bank is likely to announce its largest stimulus measure soon.

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ECB Bond Purchasing Decision Draws Debate among Bank Officials

ECB Bond Purchasing Decision Draws Debate among Bank Officials

A hot debate among the European bank officials is indicating that the policy-makers should hold back a crucial program which is intended to turn round the falling in the Eurozone.

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For First Time in Three Weeks Treasuries Rise

For First Time in Three Weeks Treasuries Rise

For the very first time in the last three weeks the treasuries rose. The U. S. manufacturing dropped further surpassing the forecast. Mario Draghi, the European Central Bank President signalled that the policy makers will probably begin with a large-scale government-bond purchase programme.

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