Internet search giant Google has decided to pay a $17 million amount for the settlement of a privacy lawsuit in which the company had been accused of ignoring user privacy settings in Apple's Safari browser. The default privacy settings chiefly concerned tracking and cookies.
According to researchers, Nipah Virus is the most dangerous virus one could ever suffer from. The medics say that this virus is often fatal in humans.
These findings by the researchers pave the way for finding much needed therapies in order to treat this deadly virus and also in order to prevent people from coming into its grip.
Post-natal depression is one thing that has been commonly taking place among women. Earlier, one in 10 Australian women used to experience depression in pregnancy.
But now, it has been found that one in seven suffer the same. This has led researchers to wonder what the factors are that make women to go through the same without seeking help.
As per a latest study, women who take contraceptive pills for over three years are three times more expected to suffer from an eye disorder. This can even cause blindness.
The research discovered that women who take the tablet are probably more prone to develop glaucoma.
A group of researchers from the University of Leeds has carried out a research, which unveiled that immune system can act as early indicator of return of cancer.
Professor Alan Melcher affirmed that this early warning alarm can prove quite beneficial in providing preventive treatment to patient before things get out of control.
Cancer Research UK has come up with a novel data, as per which it has been unveiled that now more number of children are able to survive cancer.
As per the data, it has been found that more than eight in 10 children are now able to beat cancer. In fact, it has been found that now more number of children is able to survive cancer for more years.
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