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Wi-Fi router's 'pregnancy setting' creates controversy in China

A Chinese technology company has launched a wireless router with a special setting for pregnant women. It says that the setting can help to reduce potentially dangerous radiation emitted by the router but other companies have accused it of scaremongering.

Migraines are painful but don't harm brain function

Boston - If you have ever suffered a migraine you know the excruciating pain that sometimes feels like your brain is about to explode. But now researchers have discovered that migraines don't appear to cause any impairment of cognitive abilities.

Witness shares experience of watching execution by firing squad

Draper - Witnesses of the execution by firing squad of convicted murderer Ronnie Lee Gardner this morning at a state prison in Utah share their view and describe what they saw in graphic detail as the debate on the death penalty and it's methodology continues.

Study Raises Dilemma Over Alzheimer’s Drug

A recent study has found that the drugs prescribed to individuals suffering from Alzheimer’s may not provide the help they are intended to. Administered too late to help, the drugs often interact with other prescribe medication and loses its effect.

The Responsibility of Feminism

Has Feminism helped or harmed American women since the second wave in the 1960's? Maybe a little of both but we are living in a time where Feminism has hindered our entire society more than it has helped it.

Star Trek's 'Doomsday' Reborn

A digitally remastered and enhanced version of the original Star Trek episode "The Doomsday Machine" will debut in syndication on Feb. 10, marking a milestone: It features more than 100 all-new digital visual effects shots, the most of any episode in the

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Foetuses whose mothers smoked (left) continued to show significantly higher rates of mouth movement ...
Foetuses whose mothers smoked (left) continued to show significantly higher rates of mouth movement and self-touching than those carried by non-smokers (right)
Dr Nadja Reissland