Adults can reverse the negative effects of heart disease by dropping unhealthy habits in their 30s and 40s, scientists claim.
Three babies have been declared HIV-free after being treated with a revolutionary new drug only hours after they were born.
Research shows 93% of customers are frustrated by self-service machines
Self-service machines can be found in most shops on the high street but a survey has revealed nine out of ten shoppers find the technology a hindrance rather than a help.
Teens who send more than 100 texts a day are more likely to be sexually active, researchers have claimed.
NBC News enjoyed a big win Monday after a Florida judge dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by George Zimmerman after the news outlet maliciously edited a call Zimmerman made to 911 in order to make it look as though the Hispanic Zimmerman had racially profiled Trayvon Martin, who was black.
The Los Angeles Unified School District’s plan to give every child an iPad—at a cost of $1 billion to taxpayers—drew universal criticism after numerous problems arose. For one thing, when the devices were broken, lost, or stolen, it wasn’t clear whether parents, the schools, or the kids themselves were responsible. Tech-savy students easily broke through the firewalls administrators had installed to keep them from using the devices to visit social media websites. This prompted some schools to prohibit the use of the iPads at home, when students are away from teacher supervision, even though one of the major intended functions of the iPad program was to give kids a homework aid.
Five years ago, Sonasoft promoted its data-retention services by claiming that the IRS trusted the company to back up its servers, and the agency contracted with Sonasoft for something until 2011. Last week, however, Sonasoft backed away from its 2009 claims, and now says that the contract never included services that would have archived e-mail servers (via Twitchy):
A Texas Tech University cheerleader’s Facebook page is causing an uproar for photos she posted showing her with large game animals she hunted in Africa.
Standing outside the Target, the Moms were holding signs and asking the giant retailer not to allow customers who were open-carrying a gun to come inside.
The Progressive PC police want the military to end offensive Native Indian names for vehicles. It’s racist.