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The Westside Story | Oct 7, 2015

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Researchers discover a natural compound present in Chocolate and Red Wine can cure Alzheimer’s disease

Sep 14, 2015 |

Researchers have discovered that a naturally occurring compound present in red wine, as well as dark chocolate, might slow down Alzheimer’s disease’s progress. Alzheimer’s disease is the most frequently occurring kind of dementia in people aged 65 or more.

Resveratrol … Read More

Twelve leading banks ready to pay $1.9 billion for settlement in price fixing case

Sep 14, 2015 |

New York – On September 13, 2015, twelve major banks consented to shell out $1.9 billion to resolve the case of charges of price-fixing in the market. The reason was Credit Default Swaps (CDS), which is a derivative that serves … Read More

Seven Best Tools Your Small Business Needs

Aug 22, 2015 |

Planning to start a small business? Here are some of the best tools to get your team up and running:

  1. Connect via Skype.

Cutting costs is definitely a huge part of the reason for going with Skype. … Read More

How to finalize your expert for Essay Services?

Aug 22, 2015 |

Are you a student, Do you know how to get help on essay writing? You can learn how to get essay help online to write down the assignments, and stress is increased when you are asked to complete the thesis … Read More

Google Hangouts now a Standalone App and has its own website

Aug 18, 2015 |

Just like Facebook messenger, Google Hangouts is now a standalone app. The internet giant which has been hogging the headlines after a major rejig in its top order and basic structure last week has built Hangouts its own website, without … Read More

Aquatic plant fossil found in Spain suggests first flower might have bloomed in water not on land

Aug 18, 2015 |

Extremely well preserved fossils of a prehistoric aquatic plant, Montecchia vidalii, which the scientists believe grew in a Spanish lake more than 125 million years ago, might have been the first flower this world saw. They came to this conclusion … Read More

APA study links Violent Video Games to Aggressive Behavior

Aug 18, 2015 |

A detailed study carried out by a six member task force confirms that violent video games can trigger aggression, though there is no conclusive evidence to suggest that they are also linked with criminal behavior. The 49 page report came … Read More

Romantic feelings stronger among women after a full meal, says new study

Aug 18, 2015 |

The findings of a new study published in Appetite suggest that romantic feelings are stronger among women after they have eaten properly than when they are not fully sated. They are more likely to respond to romantic images on a … Read More