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Experimental drug saves two men with inoperable prostate cancer

Experimental drug saves two men with inoperable prostate cancer

Two men with inoperable prostate cancer have made dramatic recoveries after being given a single dose of an experimental drug. Both men are now cancer-free and their doctors say their progress has exceeded all their expectations. Dr Eugene Kwon, of the respected Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, said: ‘This is one of the Holy Grails of […]

Top 10 Natural Painkillers

Top 10 Natural Painkillers

For many of us, pain is a regular fact of life which is known to bring with it various problems of restlessness, decreased immunity, depression and anxiety. Most of us deal with pain by consuming over-the-counter painkillers, such as aspirin, paracetamol or ibuprofen. Because pain is an everyday problem in the present world, it is […]

Stunning surf shots

Stunning surf shots

Got this in an email This guy is from Oahu, but he is gaining International fame. He’s a surfer himself and often gets wiped out just getting the shot. And you can see why! These incredible images of waves were taken by the number one photographer of surf: Clark Little. He has dedicated his life […]

Evaporation of the Aral Sea – Human impact on the planet!

Evaporation of the Aral Sea – Human impact on the planet!

In the 1960s, the Soviet Union undertook a major water diversion project on the arid plains of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. The region’s two major rivers, fed from snowmelt and precipitation in far-away mountains, were used to transform the desert into fields for cotton and other crops. Before the project, the two rivers left the […]

Gene Transfer Technology May Lead To HIV Vaccine

Gene Transfer Technology May Lead To HIV Vaccine

A research team may have broken the stubborn impasse that has frustrated the invention of an effective HIV vaccine, by using an approach that bypasses the usual path followed by vaccine developers. By using gene transfer technology that produces molecules that block infection, the scientists protected monkeys from infection by a virus closely related to […]

Sony Pictures Partners in Green Energy Waste Compost Program

Sony Pictures Partners in Green Energy Waste Compost Program

Glimpsing at the current condition of our natural world and economic market and the benefits associated with renewable energy utilization, there is really no wonder why large movie picture conglomerates are  making the transition to green energy programs. Sony Pictures Entertainment is the preliminary affiliate in a new organic waste program initiated through a recent […]

Women with emotional intelligence have better sex lives

Women with emotional intelligence have better sex lives

BEAUTY may bag you a man – but brains will bring you more fun in the bedroom. Women blessed with “emotional intelligence”  – the ability to express their feelings and read those of others – have better sex lives, research shows. Those most in touch with their feelings have twice as many orgasms as inhibited […]

Vaccine Shields Monkeys From Simian Form of HIV

Vaccine Shields Monkeys From Simian Form of HIV

Raising hopes for the development of an AIDS vaccine that might actually work, researchers report they were able to protect monkeys against infection with simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV), the primate version of HIV. They did so by using a novel approach that delivered antibody-producing genes directly to the animals’ muscles. Typically, vaccines are aimed at […]

Google's power-hungry data centres

Google's power-hungry data centres

Few places throw the internet’s rapacious appetite for energy into relief more sharply than a remote 30-acre patch of scrubland in northern Oregon owned by Google. The site, on the fringes of the city of The Dalles on the banks of the Columbia river, is home to one of the world’s largest and most powerful […]

Global warming could be twice as bad as forecast

Global warming could be twice as bad as forecast

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Global warming’s effects this century could be twice as extreme as estimated just six years ago, scientists reported on Tuesday. Earth’s median surface temperature could rise 9.3 degrees F (5.2 degrees C) by 2100, the scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found, compared to a 2003 study that projected a median […]

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