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CUNY biologists discover a turtle that glows (+video)

There is no doubt of the biological diversity that the nature holds, but not a lot of individuals would have expected to come across a turtle that actually glows. According to the reports, a team of biologists has discovered a special species of Hawkbill turtles. The Hawkbill turtle was seen emitting a different kind of lights as the biologists discovered ...

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Benefits of psychological therapy for depression overrated, says study

A study published in the journal PLOS ONE on Wednesday, stated that the benefits of talk therapy for depression has been overrated in medical literature. Depression is treated with medication and talk therapy and studies in the past have shown their effectiveness ion both ways. The analysis found that cognitive behavior therapy and interpersonal therapy are effective, and found that ...

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11 killed in US military transport plane crash in Afghanistan

11 people on board unexpectedly met with their deaths when a U.S. Military transport plane C-130 stroked the airfield in Afghanistan after midnight on Friday. Tajwar Khan, 58, a caretaker near the base witnessed a massive explosion and saw huge fire, Khan mentioned that the blaze raged for several hours. According to some leading newspaper the crash came hours after ...

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Amazon.com Inc bans sale of Apple TV, Chromecast and Nexus Player

Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) has probably taken the rivalry to a complete new level as the e-commerce giant has decided that it will not sell Apple TV, Nexus Player and Google’s Chromecast from now on. In fact, the company will also not allow its partners to sell any of the above mentioned products as well. The decision has surprised a certain ...

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New Stagefright bugs lets hackers gain access to your device remotely

It was back in the month of July, a bug was found in Android’s media playback system, Stagefright. Later, Google updated a patch for the vulnerability. The vulnerability only needed a specially crafted text message to be sent to the victim’s device, allowing the hacker to remotely execute any code. The vulnerability had left approximately a billion devices prone to ...

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Drugged driving is an increasing problem, says a report

A new report says drivers are nearly as likely to be high on pot or medication as drunk on alcohol, and urges states to take steps to monitor better and control, drugged driving. The report was released by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association (GHSA), a non-profit organization representing state highway safety offices. The report cites crash data and surveys, recording ...

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Kenya’s wildebeest migration from Maasai Mara streamed online

This week, the Kenya’s wildebeest migration from the Maasai Mara reserve is being broadcast live, allowing users to witness one of the seven natural wonders of the world. More than one million wildebeest, 500,000 gazelles and 200,000 zebras migrate towards greener pastures across the plains of Africa. By the end of the month, these herbivore herds from Maasai Mara Reserve ...

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