In a recent report, it has been revealed that if the tobacco cigarettes are can be replaced by the smokeless tobacco, it will definitely help in reducing the number of smokers from the world. It shall definitely be a good first step towards getting people to hook off from their awful smoking habit and moving towards a healthier life.
As per a recent report, it is being said that a boy, 5, got so much influenced by a cartoon girl that he decided to live as a girl when he was three years in age. It has been found that he was diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder by his doctors and has now been living as a girl.
A new study has recently revealed that workers who manufacture the materials used in computer technology must stay cautious as the material can harm their health and can increase the risks to their health.
A study by researchers showed that Graphene, which is the most common computer touchscreen material, can harm the lungs of the workers who manufacture it.
As per recent reports, it has been revealed that a five-year-old boy lives as a girl after making a strange statement to his parents, in which he claimed that he is residing in a wrong body.
Zach Avery, the five-year-old son of mother Theresa, reportedly has a blonde pigtail and his school treats him as a girl.
It has been revealed in a recent report that scientists have been able to find a new mode of treatment for the cure of pancreatic cancer. The trials of the drug MRK003 are encouraging and have shown promising results in the preliminary stages.
It seems that tobacco lobbyists are going to give any possible excuse to protect tobacco products from being included in plain packaging rule. After Australia and New Zealand, it is the turn of the UK to introduce plain packaging for tobacco products.
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