Wyong Council Discovered Asbestos in Shelley Beach Landfill

Wyong Council Discovered Asbestos in Shelley Beach Landfill

There is asbestos in the landfill in the Shelley Beach vicinity.

A Dreaded Condition Known as Mesothelioma Cancer

A Dreaded Condition Known as Mesothelioma Cancer

It has been reported recently that apart from people working with asbestos, a new group of people are at the risk of developing Mesothelioma Cancer. Prior, to this announcement, it was a well known fact that Asbestos Workers, Auto Mechanics, Miners and others, who came in direct contact with the toxin were more likely to develop the horrendous condition.

Dr. Gerada Criticized for Advising Government to Ban Vaccination of Healthy People

Dr. Gerada Criticized for Advising Government to Ban Vaccination of Healthy Peop

The irresponsible comments made by the Chairman, of the Royal College of GPS, Dr. Clare Gerada have met with immense criticism from pharmacists. It needs to be remembered that Dr. Gerada had blamed healthy people and pharmacists for the shortage of vaccinations being faced in the country.

£800-mn Package Announced to Improve Cancer Survival Rates in England

£800-mn Package Announced to Improve Cancer Survival Rates in England

In order to improve the flailing cancer survival rates in England, the government has announced a package amounting to £800-million. The new funds can help in reducing around 5,000 fatalities caused by cancer in the country.

MarkMonitor: Most-trafficked sites for piracy harbor direct downloads and video files

MarkMonitor: Most-trafficked sites for piracy harbor direct downloads and video

According to the findings of a new study by anti-fraud firm MarkMonitor, the most-trafficked Websites for digital piracy harbor direct downloads and video files, rather than BitTorrent trackers.

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AT&T releasing updates for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus

U.S. network provider AT&T is reportedly rolling out its first software update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones.

Mobile phones can cause brain tumours: Italian court rules

In a landmark ruling, an Italian court has acknowledged and ruled that excessive, work-related use of a mobile phone can cause brain tumour.

Duluth to host ‘March for Science’ on Saturday

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Americans are more distressed than ever before: study

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Researchers record baby humpback whales 'whispering' to their mothers

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Waymo offering free rides to people in its self-driving minivans

Google Inc.’s self-driving car unit Waymo is offering free rides in its autonomous minivans to people in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area of Arizona, the company has confir

AT&T releasing updates for Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus

U.S. network provider AT&T is reportedly rolling out its first software update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones.

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In a landmark ruling, an Italian court has acknowledged and ruled that excessive, work-related use of a mobile phone can cause brain tumour.

Duluth to host ‘March for Science’ on Saturday

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Uber self-driving car chief stepping away from leadership role

Anthony Levandowski, the controversial chief of Uber’s self-driving car project, is reportedly stepping away from the leadership role due to a lawsuit filed by Google’s autonomous car unit Waymo.

Researchers record baby humpback whales 'whispering' to their mothers

Revealing a previously unknown survival technique of whales, a new study found that newborn humpbacks and their mothers whisper to each other to escape potential predators.

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