Injuries and Fatalities Will Rise Due to Climate Change, Study Says

Injuries and Fatalities Will Rise Due to Climate Change, Study Says

The study, conducted by researchers at Columbia and Harvard, can be found in 'Nature Medicine'.
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Most People Think Technology Is Moving Too Fast, Survey Says

Most People Think Technology Is Moving Too Fast, Survey Says

According to a survey conducted by American public relations and marketing consultancy firm Edelman, 60 percent think technology is evolving too rapidly.
Stocks on Track for Worst Week Since Financial Crisis

Stocks on Track for Worst Week Since Financial Crisis

Coronavirus fears propelled Thursday's steep decline of 960 points in early trading.
5 Pokemon Facts That May Surprise the Biggest Fans

5 Pokemon Facts That May Surprise the Biggest Fans

Feb. 27, 2020, is Pokemon day. Here are some facts about the franchise you may not have known.
Obesity Affects More Than 4 out of 10 American Adults, Study Reveals

Obesity Affects More Than 4 out of 10 American Adults, Study Reveals

Findings stem from a 2017-2018 health survey revealed by the CDC.
5 'Nuts' That Aren't Really Nuts

5 'Nuts' That Aren't Really Nuts

Peanuts are actually considered to be legumes, like soybeans, lentils and chickpeas.
Mike Pence to Lead Task Force to Combat Coronavirus

Mike Pence to Lead Task Force to Combat Coronavirus

On Feb. 26, President Donald Trump appointed Vice President Mike Pence to lead the country’s response to COVID-19.
Japan Closes All Schools Due to Coronavirus

Japan Closes All Schools Due to Coronavirus

Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced the nationwide school closure on Thursday.
Investments in Ponzi Schemes Reaches Highest Level Since 2010

Investments in Ponzi Schemes Reaches Highest Level Since 2010

According to CNBC, 60 alleged Ponzi schemes were discovered in 2019.
7 Healthy Foods You Should Avoid When Sick

7 Healthy Foods You Should Avoid When Sick

It may seem counter-intuitive, but these 7 healthy foods could hinder your recovery.
Greninja Named 'Pokémon of the Year'

Greninja Named 'Pokémon of the Year'

In honor of Pokémon day, The Pokémon Company and Google partnered up to discover the most popular character.
Dunkin' Releases New 'Snackin' Bacon'

Dunkin' Releases New 'Snackin' Bacon'

The latest snack for meat lovers is available nationwide starting Thursday, Feb. 27. Snackin' Bacon includes eight half-strips of bacon wrapped in a sleeve.
CDC Details the Dangers of Facial Hair Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

CDC Details the Dangers of Facial Hair Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently released an infographic detailing how certain types of facial hair interact with respiratory devices.
Amazing Study On Birds In Flight Could Affect Future Aircraft Designs

Amazing Study On Birds In Flight Could Affect Future Aircraft Designs

An amazing study on birds in flight could share lessons for future aircraft designs. Research from London's Royal Veterinary College (RVC) shows how bird tails reduce drag. Owls and hawks were filmed gliding through a mist of tiny helium bubbles. ...
Offset making acting debut on NCIS: Los Angeles

Offset making acting debut on NCIS: Los Angeles

Rapper Offset is joining the CIA to play an undercover agent on NCIS: Los Angeles.
Kourtney Kardashian 'hit a wall' before taking break from reality TV show

Kourtney Kardashian 'hit a wall' before taking break from reality TV show

Kris Jenner has opened up about her daughter Kourtney Kardashian's decision to take a break from their family TV show.
Steven Seagal not Above the Law after settling anti-touting charges

Steven Seagal not Above the Law after settling anti-touting charges

Steven Seagal will hand over $314,000 dollars to officials at America's Securities and Exchange Commission to settle anti-touting charges related to his involvement in a bitcoin venture.
Selena Gomez invites fans to model in Rare Beauty campaign

Selena Gomez invites fans to model in Rare Beauty campaign

Selena Gomez is searching for Rare beauties among her fan base by holding open casting calls for her makeup brand's new advertising campaign.
Dina Lohan considering rehab to avoid DWI jail time

Dina Lohan considering rehab to avoid DWI jail time

Lindsay Lohan's mother is considering entering a rehabilitation programme in a bid to avoid jail time following her recent arrest for driving while intoxicated.
'The Matrix 4' filming causes San Francisco building damage

'The Matrix 4' filming causes San Francisco building damage

Production on the fourth The Matrix movie has irked locals in San Francisco, California after a number of staged explosions caused some building damage.
Helen Mirren 'applauds' Duke and Duchess of Sussex for quitting royal family

Helen Mirren 'applauds' Duke and Duchess of Sussex for quitting royal family

Helen Mirren "applauds" Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex's decision to quit as senior British royals.
Former girlfriend of Lady Gaga's boyfriend details struggle to compete with superstar

Former girlfriend of Lady Gaga's boyfriend details struggle to compete with superstar

The ex-girlfriend of Lady Gaga's new beau Michael Polansky has opened up about the pressure to compete with the global superstar.
Nicki Minaj defends husband over carnival controversy

Nicki Minaj defends husband over carnival controversy

Nicki Minaj is urging bloggers to quit gossiping about her husband after he appeared to shove a singer away from her while attending the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival festivities.
David Beckham treasures train ticket Victoria wrote her number on when they first met

David Beckham treasures train ticket Victoria wrote her number on when they first met

David Beckham has kept the train ticket his wife Victoria wrote her phone number on when they first met at one of his soccer games.
Lori Loughlin trial set for October

Lori Loughlin trial set for October

Lori Loughlin and her husband will stand trial in their college admissions case in October.