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Surge in smartphones’ popularity, social media threaten online news providers
Wed, Jun 17 2015. 01 45 AM

Surge in smartphones’ popularity, social media threaten online news providers

More people are now discovering news through search engines and social media rather than the front page of a news website
Smoking behind half of major cancer deaths: Study
Tue, Jun 16 2015. 09 56 AM

Smoking behind half of major cancer deaths: Study

Some 48.5% of nearly 346,000 deaths attributed to one of the 12 types of cancer known to be caused by smoking were due to cigarette use
Factory production in US unexpectedly falls on energy drop
Mon, Jun 15 2015. 09 26 PM

Factory production in US unexpectedly falls on energy drop

Production of consumer energy products declined for a third consecutive month, exacerbating a decrease in other non-durable goods
More than 95% of the world has health problems, says study
Tue, Jun 09 2015. 12 27 AM

More than 95% of the world has health problems, says study

While there is an increase in the rates of diseases in people, death rates are not rising sharply
Brewing cyclone in Arabian Sea to bring rainfall in western coastal India
Mon, Jun 08 2015. 01 18 PM

Brewing cyclone in Arabian Sea to bring rainfall in western coastal India

Rainfall is expected to occur at most places over coastal Karnataka, Konkan and Goa during the next 48 hours
Global food prices at their lowest since September 2009: FAO
Thu, Jun 04 2015. 04 56 PM

Global food prices at their lowest since September 2009: FAO

The May decline was driven by a drop in cereal, dairy and meat prices
OECD chops world growth forecast down to 3.1%
Thu, Jun 04 2015. 02 19 AM

OECD chops world growth forecast down to 3.1%

However the report said OECD expected growth “to be shared more evenly across regions of the world”
76% of e-waste workers in India suffering from respiratory ailments
Wed, Jun 03 2015. 10 33 PM

76% of e-waste workers in India suffering from respiratory ailments

E-waste workers in India have breathing difficulties, irritation, coughing and choking due to improper safeguards
Mountains warming faster than expected, scientists report
Fri, May 29 2015. 10 53 AM

Mountains warming faster than expected, scientists report

The research’s lead author said that dramatic changes could be seen much sooner than what they had previously thought
New way of preventing diabetes-associated blindness found
Tue, May 26 2015. 02 10 PM

New way of preventing diabetes-associated blindness found

Laser-sealing eye blood vessels can save central vision, but this often sacrifices peripheral and night vision, according to Akrit Sodhi
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