Bariatric surgery has been a boon to obese patients hoping to shed significant pounds or to treat weight-related diabetes, but the downside is an increased risk of developing colon cancer. Now researchers believe they may know why.
Samsung and Oculus have been treating Gear VR and the Oculus Rift in a similar manner, meaning both pieces of hardware are clearly labeled as developer or enthusiast devices, and not meant for the general public.
Conventional wisdom on coffee has flip-flopped. Once considered an indulgence with potentially harmful health effects, coffee is now being talked about as a magical elixir that could potentially save your life.
The Justice Department said it wouldn’t file federal civil-rights charges against the former Ferguson, Mo., police officer who shot an unarmed black teen last year, saying the high legal threshold for such a case had not been met.
Herein lies the rub between the rhetoric and the reality: many countries facing the menace of violent extremism, whether Muslim or Western, are themselves not known to be followers of human rights, refugee and humanitarian laws.
PESHAWAR: Offices of Peshawar Electric Supply Company (Pesco) remained closed for the second consecutive day as employees continued to protest on Wednesday against the privatisation of power distribution companies.
See footage from inside the hotel room where John Nuttall and Amanda Korody discussed their plot for Canada Day. In this hour-long tape, the pair attempt to determine the date of Canada Day and if they need more time to accomplish their goal.
The Washington Post reported Wednesday afternoon that the panel is expected to subpoena the State Department for all emails related to the deadly 2012 attacks in Libya sent from clintonemail.com accounts, citing people familiar with the probe.
While the link between excess body weight and diabetes is well known, a new report by Cancer Care Ontario suggests a growing waistline also increases a person’s risk of colorectal cancer by up to 15 per cent.