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Ebola Outbreak Declared In Congo War Zone

A new Ebola outbreak has just been declared in a Congo war zone. This outbreak is much harder to combat because of the large refugee population and the higher chances of encountering militant groups in the region.

Health August 5, 2018

Young Man Survives ‘Internal Decapitation’ Where His Skull Was Separated From His Spine

A 22-year-old man had miraculously survived being internally decapitated or what scientifically called as atlanto-occipital dislocation. People who suffered the condition had their skulls separated from their spines internally but their head was not entirely decapitated physically.

Health August 5, 2018

Unapproved Antidepressant Is Causing Opioid-Like Symptoms, Raises Drug Abuse And Misuse Concerns

Tianeptine is considered an effective antidepressant drug that can alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. However, its toxicity and opioid-mimicking characteristics make it a potential public health risk.

Health August 4, 2018

Moonless Night Makes Perseid Meteor Shower 2018 More Spectacular

A NASA meteor expert described the Perseid meteor shower 2018 as the best one among all the meteor showers this year. The celestial event will be visible to people across the world.

Science August 4, 2018

Woman Sues California Hospital That Allegedly Performed C-Section On Her Without Anesthesia

What happens when a C-section is performed without anesthesia? A California mom was left screaming, pleading for help, and begging the doctors to stop cutting her.

Health August 4, 2018

NASA Announces SpaceX, Boeing Target Test Flight Dates For Commercial Crew Program

NASA has officially announced the scheduled test flights for SpaceX and Boeing under the agency’s Commercial Crew Program. Elon Musk’s SpaceX was scheduled to conduct its first crewed test flights ahead of Boeing’s.

Science August 4, 2018

Snapchat Dysmorphia Alert: Doctors Concerned About Patients Getting Plastic Surgery Based On Snapchat Filters

Today, over 50 percent of people who go to plastic surgeons do so in order to look better in selfies. Doctors are concerned that social media filters and photo editing has caused many to experience Snapchat dymorphia.

Health August 4, 2018

'Artifact' Release Date, Price Unveiled: 1st New Valve Game In 5 Years Combines 'Dota 2' And 'Magic: The Gathering'

Valve revealed the 'Artifact' release date and price on Steam, hyping up the digital card game. It has been described as a combination of 'Dota 2' and 'Magic: The Gathering,' but how does it compare to 'Hearthstone?'

Culture August 4, 2018

Finally, The Perfect Use For Google Glass: Helping Kids With Autism Identify Emotions

Contrary to popular belief, Google Glass is not dead. While development has largely become stagnant, it still has many potentials such as this new implementation, which helps autistic kids identify emotions better.

Tech August 3, 2018

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Video Confirms 512 GB Storage

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has leaked again, this time in a video revealing a 512 GB variant and a new S Pen. The company is poised to launch the handset on Aug. 9.

Tech August 3, 2018

Both Alcohol Abstinence And Heavy Drinking Linked To Raised Dementia Risk: Study

Researchers of a two-decade study found that both heavy drinking and abstaining from alcohol are linked to increased dementia risk. The study also highlights the importance of safe alcohol consumption to overall health.

Health August 3, 2018

VPN vs Web Proxy: 9 Reasons Why VPN Is Better Than Web Proxy

A VPN can provide more security and is better than an average web proxy. One of the best VPN service providers is HideMy.name because of its data security and anonymity.

Sponsored August 3, 2018

Nearly 700 People Have Gotten Sick After Eating Chipotle

It’s not looking good for Chipotle. The Mexican grill fast food chain is now facing a bunch of lawsuits after nearly 700 people got sick from eating at one of its branches in Ohio.

Health August 3, 2018

Man's Limbs Amputated Due Rare Blood Infection Caught From Dog Licks: What Is Capnocytophaga?

A man remains positive even after losing four limbs to a blood infection that he got from dog saliva. The bacteria that infected him are not often harmful to humans but may cause severe illness in people with compromised health.

Health August 3, 2018

New Overwatch League Teams Confirmed For Atlanta And Guangzhou, Bringing Total To 14

Overwatch League season two will launch with at least 14 teams, as Atlanta and Guangzhou were confirmed as new host cities. More teams are expected to join the ambitious eSports league by next year.

Culture August 3, 2018

Apple Market Value Officially Reaches $1 Trillion, The First Company To Do So

Apple has officially become a trillion-dollar company, the first American-based brand to reach that milestone in the stock market. Can it keep the honor, though?

Tech August 3, 2018

Who Built The Stonehenge? Cremated Bones Hint At Creators Of Prehistoric Monument

People were more interested in how and why the Stonehenge was build but less concerned about the builders. Now, analysis of cremated bones at the Stonehenge offered lead to the possible identities of the people who built the monument.

Science August 3, 2018

Android P Reportedly Launching Aug. 20, But Here’s How To Install It Now

Evan Blass just teased that Android P is officially launching on Aug. 20, but if you have a compatible phone, you can install it now.

Tech August 3, 2018

Google Maps Gets New Creepy Feature That Shares Your Phone Battery Status

Google Maps now shares your battery percentage data to other users. Keep in that mind before telling friends you didn’t respond because you were running out of battery, they’ll know if you’re lying.

Tech August 3, 2018

New BlackBerry Evolve Series Phones Come With 18:9 Displays, Excellent Battery Life — But You Can’t Buy Them

The new BlackBerry phones, called Evolve and Evolve X, eschew the physical keyboard for an 18:9 display, plus a massive battery. They don’t appear to have U.S. launch dates, though.

Tech August 3, 2018

Bacteria Increasing Tolerance Of Hand Sanitizers In Hospitals: Study

A common gut bacteria that's responsible for many healthcare-related infections has become more tolerant to hand sanitizers in hospitals. What does this mean for our everyday use of hand sanitizers?

Health August 3, 2018

Fortnite Trainers Paid Up To $20 Per Hour By Parents To Help Their Kids Get Better

Some parents are reportedly paying up to $20 per hour to give their kids 'Fortnite' tutorials. Players who need extra cash might want to try becoming 'Fortnite' trainers, despite baffling outcry against the practice.

Culture August 3, 2018

Chicken Meat Most Likely To Make People Sick, According To CDC

Chicken sickened the most number of people during related outbreaks, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The findings from the report resulted in divided opinions among poultry experts.

Health August 3, 2018

Some Facebook Ads For Games Will Now Be ‘Playable’: Here’s How They Work

Expect to see playable ads in your news feed soon. The company is now rolling out its own playable ads platform to advertisers, which will allow users to try out a video game before downloading.

Tech August 2, 2018

Having Trouble With Weight Loss? Blame Your Gut Bacteria

The thing about weight loss is that no magic plan will work on all types of people. A new research from Mayo Clinic supports this concept, suggesting that gut bacteria may affect the success of weight loss.

Health August 2, 2018

Scientists Solve Mystery Of How Rare Blue Diamonds Are Formed

An analysis of 46 rare blue diamonds revealed how deep into the Earth these precious gemstones were formed. The analysis also revealed a new information about Earth’s geological reactions.

Science August 2, 2018

'Fortnite Mobile' For Android Will Not Be Downloaded Through Google Play Store: Here's Why That's A Bad Idea

The 'Fortnite Mobile' for Android release date is coming soon, after being a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 exclusive for 30 days. However, the app will not be downloaded through the Google Play Store, which might be a bad idea.

Culture August 2, 2018

Snapchat Lenses Get A Little More Interactive: You Can Talk To Them Now

New lenses have arrived on Snapchat, and they’re a little different than the current ones available. Unlike others, they’re capable of recognizing speech, and they display different animations upon hearing certain triggers.

Tech August 2, 2018

New iPad Pro Design Confirmed By iOS 12 Icon: Here's The Big Change

The fifth developer beta version of iOS 12 contained an icon that hinted at the new iPad Pro design. Here is the big change that may be coming to the tablet, along with other rumors about the device.

Tech August 2, 2018

Boy Loses Part Of Brain, But Now He's A Mostly Normal 10-Year-Old

A boy lost one-sixth of his brain before he turned 7 years old as part of a tumor surgery. Three years later, he is doing very well, with his brain forming new neural connections to compensate for the missing parts.

Health August 2, 2018

NASA Kills Hope Of Colonizing Mars, But Elon Musk Says Humans Can

A NASA-led study released on July 30 ruled out the possibility of transforming Mars to a habitable state like Earth by tallying all possible scenarios to make this happen. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, however, begged to differ.

Science August 2, 2018

Facebook And Instagram Will Now Show How Much Time You've Wasted On Them

Facebook and Instagram started rolling out new tools that will show users how much time they have spent on the apps. The tools, which will include ways to limit usage, will look to address the growing problem of smartphone addiction.

Tech August 2, 2018

Free PlayStation Plus Games For August 2018: Open-World 'Mafia III' And Survival Horror 'Dead By Daylight' For PlayStation 4

PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to download eight free games for August 2018. Headlining the month are the open-world crime drama 'Mafia III' and the multiplayer survival horror game 'Dead by Daylight' for the PlayStation 4.

Culture August 2, 2018

Google Reportedly Working On Search Engine For China That Will Censor Results

Google has apparently been working on a search engine app for China since last year. It’ll be released as an Android app and will comply with the country's censorship policies by clocking out certain search results.

Tech August 2, 2018

Upcoming Tesla Software Update Will Bring Atari Games To Your In-Car Display

Soon, Tesla cars will get a number of Atari games, and some of them might even incorporate the actual steering wheel. CEO Elon Musk is planning to develop new first-party games as well.

Tech August 2, 2018

James Gunn Unlikely To Be Hired Back As ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’ Director Despite Cast Support

Disney will not hire James Gunn back as the director of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ even with the support of cast members. Gunn was fired after a series of offensive tweets nearly a decade old resurfaced.

Culture August 2, 2018

NES Classic Edition Outsold PlayStation 4 And Xbox One In June: Report

The NES Classic Edition was the best-selling console in June, topping all the major home consoles in the market. 'Mario Tennis Aces' was the best-selling game in the same period.

Culture August 2, 2018

Ancient Library That May Have Contained Up To 20,000 Scrolls Discovered In Germany

Last year in Cologne, Germany, archeologists unearthed the remains of what they thought was a public assembly hall. However, it turned out that the structure might actually be the oldest known public library in the country.

Science August 1, 2018

Don’t Have Enough Money For A Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Try The $250 LG Stylo 4

The LG Stylo 4 is now available as an Amazon Prime exclusive for $250, a fraction of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s asking price. It comes with midrange specs but features USB-C and a stylus.

Tech August 1, 2018

Google Says A Phone Should Have No More Than 2 Notches

Devices running Android P can’t have more than two notches, according to Google. Also, manufacturers can’t place a notch on the left and right sections, only the top and bottom.

Tech August 1, 2018

Huawei Beats Apple In Sales, Now 2nd Behind Samsung And Catching Up Fast

Huawei shipped more smartphones in the second quarter compared to Apple. The Chinese mobile phone manufacturer is now No. 2 in the world, and is rapidly catching up to market leader Samsung.

Tech August 1, 2018

Pressuring Picky Eaters May Actually Be Useless, Says New Study

Most parents have trouble forcing their children to eat certain types of food. However, a new study says that picky eaters shouldn’t be pressured to eat what they don’t want.

Health August 1, 2018

New Facebook Feature Will Let Users Compete In Singing Contests

Researcher Jane Manchun Wong discovered code in the Facebook app that refers to an upcoming feature named Talent Show. The feature will allow users to sing to certain songs, and then send in their videos to compete with others.

Tech August 1, 2018

Google Clock App Gets Spotify Integration: Wake Up To Your Favorite Songs

The Google Clock app now lets users set their favorite songs from Spotify as their alarm. Google says YouTube Music integration is coming later as well.

Tech August 1, 2018

HP Bug Bounty Program Will Pay Up To $10,000 For Hacking Printers

The HP bug bounty program, the first of its kind in the printer industry, is offering as much as $10,000. Hackers who sign up look for software vulnerabilities, which attackers may use to infiltrate wider networks.

Tech August 1, 2018

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