With Southwest Airlines’ promotional half-priced tickets offer on Friday leading to a more-than-expected payment for a number of customers, the airlines clarified on Sunday that the ticket woes had been caused by a computer glitch which was, in turn, an upshot of multiple bookings.
The researchers of Queensland University conducted a statistical analysis, in which it was found that developing countries are more likely to develop depression. During the analysis, it was found that the North America, Australia and Western Europe have minute cases of depression and mental illness.
It was declared this Tuesday, July 31, by Minnesota Attorney General's Office that they have decided to settle on an agreement with Accretive Health. It has been reported that prior to the decision made, an investigation was carried.
During the initial hours of Wednesday, the Penn State Extension for Lehigh County took an action to control the spread of West Nile Virus; they sprayed some of the major grounds, where mosquitoes breed in Bethlehem and also some parts of center city.
Findings in a recent study have proposed that a sound and proper sleep is necessary for vaccines even to provide with a pronounced effect.
Aric Prather, lead author of the study, asserted that as lifestyle is changing, majority of the Americans are spending most of their time working. They are leading a very hectic schedule. As a result, most of them are not able to sleep properly.
With the breaking out of the news of Kristen Stewart cheating on boyfriend Robert Pattinson, has not only left the "Twilight" star heart broken but the news has enraged the actors fans who are reportedly going to boycott Kristen Stewart's future films.
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- Verizon announces new AllSet prepaid plans with rollover feature
- AT&T selects two trial locations to transition landline customers away from copper wire line
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- Brunswick and South Morang phone and Internet users being urged to switch to NBN
- BT gets CAT to review its 2012 decision on BSkyB’s sports pricing policy