July 2012

Social Media Has Made Teens Aware of the Needs of Others

According to a new 30 Hour Famine study, conducted online in January by Harris Interactive, more than half of teens (55%) say social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have made them more aware of the needs of others. This… Continue Reading →

The Strokes: Classic Sound Just Sounds Better

Lea Michele’s ‘Louder’ is a Tentative Debut: Review

Creative control is a hard-won prerogative. Only after marketing dues are paid – cracking €˜Top 40′, landing a €˜Rolling Stone′ cover – does a singer typically have a shot at becoming a musician. Lea Michele′s debut album probably would have… Continue Reading →

Legal Guide to Clarify Obama’s New Immigration Policy Released

Seattle, U.S.A. — As the implementation date for the deferred action for childhood arrivals, announced by President Obama on June 15, 2012, goes into effect, Avvo, the web’s largest expert-only legal and health Q&A forum and directory released a set… Continue Reading →

Bullying, Hitting a Cultural Nerve in US

Garry’s Incident First Teaser Is Unveiled

Quebec, Canada — Wild Games Studio is proud to present their first ever teaser for their fresh new title Day one: Garry’s Incident. You will get to discover the power of Unreal 3′s gaming engine, by exploring a jungle field full… Continue Reading →

Emergency Medical Aid for Families Evacuating Syria

Stamford, U.S.A. – AmeriCares is rushing a delivery of emergency medical aid for families fleeing the violence in Syria. An air shipment containing antibiotics, wound care supplies, pain relievers and other critically needed medical aid is expected to arrive in Jordanthis week where… Continue Reading →

Royal Expenses in the UK Increase by £900,000

Buckingham Palace has published the first annual report into the British monarchy′s finances under the provisions of the Sovereign Grant Act 2011. Royal expenditure increased from £32.4 million in 2011-12 to £33.3 million in 2012-13, an increase of £900,000. However,… Continue Reading →

Cancer Cure Found in Canada Ignored by Pharmaceutical Companies

In 2007 Canadian researchers of the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, reported they had found a cure for cancer. Evangelos Michelakis and his colleagues discovered that dichloroacetate (DCA), a common and basic drug already used to treat metabolic disorders, could… Continue Reading →

India′s Caffeine Dreams Get Bigger with Starbucks Outlets

Tired of sipping on sweet, milky €˜chai′ at the local tea-stall? Are you interested in trying out some Indo-Western exotic bites along with a latte? Well, come down to Mumbai and you will be able to. Indian taste buds have… Continue Reading →

Two Great Discoveries: The Stone Age and Shakespeare

Two major archaeological finds have been made in recent weeks. One of the finds, in Sweden, has revealed new information about how Stone Age man lived. The second discovery will provide researchers with information about Elizabethan theater and the great… Continue Reading →

Alan Grayson, Humor and Candor Highlight Political Forum

Alan Grayson, a former U.S. representative for Florida′s 8th Congressional District, is not afraid to speak his mind; in describing the Republican Party′s plan for health care, he explained it thusly: €œIt really is quite simple; just don′t get sick…. Continue Reading →

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