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CT Scans Instigate Other Health Issues, Besides Cancer Risk

CT Scans Instigate Other Health Issues, Besides Cancer RiskA recent research has shed light on how exposure to CT scans can affect health.

FMLA Works Partially

FMLA Works PartiallyTwenty years ago, President Bill Clinton signed the Family and Medical Leave Act that was prepared for the welfare of employees but according to workers' rights groups; there are still many employees who don't feel provisioned under the act. They are still left with no other option but to make a choice between their family and their job. This becomes quite unfair and difficult; especially, during a serious incident.

It Was Not Scarlet Fever That Took Mary Ingalls’ Vision; Doctors Say

It Was Not Scarlet Fever That Took Mary Ingalls’ Vision; Doctors SayScarlet fever was long believed as the cause of blindness to Mary Ingalls, the sweet sister of Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of "Little House" books.

Asteroid on Its Way to Have a Close Shave with the Earth but No Harm Predicted

Asteroid on Its Way to Have a Close Shave with the Earth but No Harm PredictedAn asteroid called as 2012 DA14 is on its way to make a close shave with Earth. According to NASA scientists, this asteroid which is of the size of a football will be approximately 27,680 kilometers close to the Earth.

New Findings about People Afflicted with Urbach-Wiethe Disease

New Findings about People Afflicted with Urbach-Wiethe DiseaseA rare genetic disorder referred to as Urbach-Wiethe disease has been diagnosed recently. This condition basically leads to hardening of a brain structure named as amygdale. The consequence of this condition is that a person loses his sense of feeling scared of anything. Basically, it is the fear circuit of the brain which gets hugely affected by this condition.

Massive Storm on Saturn Intrigues NASA

Massive Storm on Saturn Intrigues NASAThere has been buzz about a massive storm on Saturn, which has caught the attention of NASA all together. Talking about the mysterious event on the solar system's second largest planet, Kunio Sayanagi, Cassini imaging team associate at Hampton University, who apparently headed a research on the storm too, termed the event as a beast.

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