Bigwig automaker Ford Motor has announced that its new line of Ford F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks will be manufactured at the company's Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake.
On Thursday, Google's mystery barge was moved out of the San Francisco Bay Area to be moored at a new location in Stockton - a city which is nearly 80 miles east of San Francisco on the Sacramento-San Joaquin River delta.
A new policy was announced on Thursday by microblogging service Twitter to prohibit the posting of "explicit sexual content" on its video-sharing app, Vine.
In a significant move, which was first reported by Reuters, Yahoo has plans underway to gradually remove Google and Facebook sign-in options from all its properties. As a result of the move, all of Yahoo's different web services will be accessible by Yahoo visitors only if they sign in with a Yahoo ID.
Montana had the lowest obesity rates in 2013, found a new national Gallup poll. Just 19.6% of the population in Montana was obese. The Treasure State has replaced Colorado, which had the lowest obesity rates between 2010 and 2012.
The World Health Organization has come up with new draft guidelines, as per which added sugar intake should be lower than 10% of the total calories consumed in a day. It also added that consuming less than 5% of total calories from added sugar will provide additional health benefits.
In 2012, Thoratec had recalled its previous model of the HeartMate II as it found a defect in the mechanics of the device. The device was found to be capable of cutting blood flow from the pump, which could lead to death.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope observed an image of a spiral galaxy getting ripped apart as it passes through another galaxy cluster.
The topic of legalization of medical marijuana has sought increased attention of people over a period of time and it has also led to making use of medical marijuana legal in more and more states. Advertisements for the same were expected to come into the picture at some point. And the initiative has been taken by Comcast on Monday as it started showing commercial for medical MarijuanaDoctors.com on TV.
A federal lawsuit has been filed by abortion providers in Arizona to block new regulations intended to deprive more-than-seven-weeks-pregnant women from using the most popular abortion-inducing drug in the state. Officials confirmed on Monday that the lawsuit has been filed by two women's healthcare providers, Planned Parenthood Arizona and health center Tucson Women's Center, in U.S. District Court in Phoenix on Tuesday.
A new study suggests that more deaths could be attributed to Alzheimer's disease than what has been reported by local authorities. The disease is almost as deadly as heart diseases and cancer that are the two biggest killers of the nation, said the study.
Western Digital (WD) has recently launched the speedy, affordable, and easy-to-use My Cloud EX2 system --- a new two-bay 'network attached storage' (NAS) system aimed particularly at the professional market.
San Francisco-based startup Aether Things has recently launched its first product --- the notably stylish 'Aether Cone' speaker, which is being touted as a "thinking music player."
During the course of a recent interview at the University of Oxford's Said Business School, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talked about the hits and misses which have brought Microsoft to its current position in the tech industry.
A federal study has come up with shocking revelations on overuse of antibiotics. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said doctors in some hospitals have been prescribing up to three times as many antibiotics as doctors in other hospitals.
In 2012, the Federal Government came up with new regulations for school lunches. As per the updated standards, kids were required to take at least one fruit or vegetable serving.
Many critics claimed that the new standards would do nothing but add more waste in the trash can along with wastage of money. But such is not the case, says researchers from Harvard School of Public Health.
After a minor decline in the 1990s, out-of-hospital births have witnessed a rise since 2004. A rise of 56% has been witnessed in the pattern of giving births outside the hospital, said the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention.
Short temper and aggressive nature increase the risk of getting heart attacks and strokes in two hours following outburst, said researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston.
Researchers have warned that TV in the bedroom of children may be actually making them fatter, regardless of the time spent watching TV. Children aged between 10 and 14 years having a bedroom TV were found weighing about 1lb more than their counterparts without a personal set in their bedrooms.
A study has found that vaccination messaging - aimed at convincing parents to vaccinate their children - has failed its purpose.
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