June 2011

Scientific Discoveries Revealed from Analyzing Meteorite Fragments

Greenbelt U.S.A. — Researchers analyzing meteorite fragments that fell on a frozen lake in Canada have developed an explanation for the origin of life’s handedness €“ why living things only use molecules with specific orientations. The work also gave the strongest evidence… Continue Reading →

Cord Blood Bank Gives Kickback to Doctors

New York, U.S.A. — In a recent interview for Fox News, Martin Smithmyer, CEO of Americord Registry, one of the industry’s leading cord blood banking companies, said, “Although [Americord] does not pay doctors for making referrals, this is a common… Continue Reading →

Stephen Arnold Music Supports Charity With Christmas Album

Dallas, U.S.A. — Stephen Arnold Music, has found a meaningful way to give back in 2012: Record an unforgettable new spin on classic holiday songs, then release them as an album where 100% of the proceeds support the nonprofit organization… Continue Reading →

The Max Bimar Interview

Max Bimar is a shredder in the south of France BMX scene. With a carefree attitude, Bimar brings style to himself on and off the bike. Being one of the main builders at his local trails and riding with influential… Continue Reading →

The Peace Corps: A Look Back on 50 Years of Accomplishments

On the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps foundation, we look back at a public service movement whose more than 8,600 volunteers are currently sharing the knowledge and inspiration of the American people in 77 countries worldwide. The Peace Corps… Continue Reading →

Ukraine Demands Investigation on South Stream Project Actions

Ukraine demands the European Energy Community investigate the actions of Slovenia in support of the Russian South Stream project. Such was the appeal of the Minister of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine Yuriy Boyko to the Director of the… Continue Reading →

Wimbledon 2011, Week No. 2

So far, this year′s Wimbledon doesn′t come with much surprise. There were only a few upsets in the first week of tournament: Robin Soderling′s loss to a young Australian, Bernard Tomic, and the 2011 French Open Champion, Na Li being… Continue Reading →

Two Exoplanets Survive Star’s Transition to Red Giant

An international research team of astronomers and astrophysicists were originally trying to find and study pulsars with the Kepler space telescope and the Kitt Peak Earth observatory in Arizona. However, the team got more than they bargained for. Later last… Continue Reading →

Lil Mama, Keke Palmer, Drew Sidora Cast in TLC Biopic

VH1 is known for music programming and reality television; however, that will soon change as the network makes its bold, first attempt at a scripted film,”Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story.” The long awaited film will take viewers on a ride… Continue Reading →

Tim Tebow on the Jets? Fuhgeddaboudit!

Imagine this dream scenario for your favorite NFL team: The most competitively decorated athlete in college football history is drafted to a non-rival, small market team. The athlete helps to rake in millions of dollars in revenue for the franchise,… Continue Reading →

Avengers Presents Origins, Shattered Heroes Begins

Marvel has announced that they are about to present fans with the first look at superstar artist Ed McGuinness′ Avengers X-Sanction #1 cover. The safety of the future is at stake and it′s all up to Cable in order to… Continue Reading →

Study Reveals Parents Play a Major Role in Children’s Fear of Dentists

Philadelphia, U.S.A. — A new article released by U.S. News and World Report explains that parents play a major influence when it comes to how their children view dental professionals. In fact, a study conducted by Spanish researchers suggests that… Continue Reading →

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