Scientist claims to be infected with “computer virus”

May 27, 2010

A scientist in Britain has claimed that he has been infected with a computer virus.

Internet access deemed a right by many

March 8, 2010

New research suggests many web users view online access as a basic right that should not warrant regulation. London ( – A recent study proposes that a many adults view Internet access as a basic right, and a significant portion believes it should not be regulated. As reported by Reuters, the global survey for the […]

Thieves may have been exposed to asbestos during theft

December 22, 2009

Thieves who stole copper piping early this week may have exposed themselves to asbestos. U.K. (Mesothelioma Cancer News) – Thieves who reportedly stole copper piping from a Nottingham based skip may have unknowingly exposed themselves to asbestos. As reported by BBC news, the thieves, who took the piping sometime between late Monday and early Tuesday, […]

Iran Arrests Three Americans for Illegal Entry

August 5, 2009

Three Americans have reportedly been arrested in the country and may possibly be accused of spying. Press Release Service – Wired PR News – Three American tourists have been arrested in Iran for illegal entry into the country. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Shane Bauer, Sarah Shourd, and Joshua Fattal were said to […]

Tenant Plans Lawsuit Over Asbestos in Home

July 10, 2009

A London woman plans to sue over asbestos found in her home. Mesothelioma Cancer News (South London) – A London woman is reportedly planning a lawsuit against her local council authority after finding asbestos in her home. As reported by BBC News, Karen Connelly, 44, plans to sue Southwark Council to facilitate a change in […]

Insurers Want Asbestos Law Overturned

June 1, 2009

Insurers in the UK are seeking to get an asbestos claims law overturned. Mesothelioma Cancer News — UK insurers are seeking a review for a new law that would allow victims of asbestos exposure with pleural plaques to claim compensation. As reported by BBC News, insurers are seeking to overturn The Damages Act, which allows […]

Many Demand More Funding for Asbestos Cancer Research

May 21, 2009

Campaigners in the UK are demanding more funding from the government for asbestos cancer research. Mesothelioma Cancer News (United Kingdom) – Activists in the UK are working to get more government funding for research on asbestos cancer. As reported by the BBC News, many argue that mesothelioma is the least researched of top cancers in […]

iPhone Program by 9 Year Old

February 10, 2009

A nine year-old has written an iPhone application that has become a hit with downloaders. – A nine year-old has written a hit feature for the Apple iPhone. As reported by BBC News, Lim Ding Wen of Singapore created a program called “Doodle Kids” that has been downloaded over 4,000 times in the span […]

Obesity Contagious?

January 30, 2009

A new study claims obesity can be transferred from person to person like the common cold. Wired PR – A new study proposes that individuals can catch obesity in the same manner one may catch the common cold. As reported by Live Science, the research links an adenovirus called AD-36 to obesity in some […]

Is Angelina Jolie Leaving Hollywood?

November 14, 2008

Wired PR – Star of the new movie “Changeling” Angelina Jolie has expressed her desire to trade in the glamour of Hollywood to devote more time to her family. As reported by Reuters, the mother of six children stated to BBC “I don’t plan to keep acting very long, I’m ready to do a […]

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