Danial Jaafar

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Theresa May slaps down demands by the EU that the Brexit negotiations are conducted in French

• EU leaders gang up on Theresa May<br>• Donald Tusk: I want Britain to stay in EU<br>• May to hold talks with Jean-Claude Juncker<br>• David Davis: The UK is the 'vital union' for Scotland<p>Theresa May has slapped down demands by the EU that the Brexit negotiations are conducted in French, as she rebuked European …

7 psychological tricks that will help you nail your next job interview

While interviewers consciously take note of the answers you provide, your body language reveals subconscious clues to your personality and attitude.<p>So how do you ensure that your body language is giving off the right vibes? A Quora thread discussed just that, answering the question: "What are some …

It's Official: Injection of Fracking Wastewater Caused Kansas’ Biggest Earthquake

The largest earthquake ever recorded in Kansas—a 4.9 magnitude temblor that struck northeast of Milan on Nov. 12, 2014—has been officially linked to …

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The real cost of a trip to Mars could be brain damage

Last month, SpaceX founder Elon Musk detailed his ambitious plan to build a city on Mars during this century, drawing praise, mockery and everything in between.<p>The billionaire CEO, who also runs Tesla Motors, focused his presentation on the transportation system between Earth and the Red Planet …

Why Pharma Giant Bristol-Myers Squibb's Shares Took a Big Hit Today

Bristol-Myers Squibb (bmy) shed 10% of its market value on Monday on the heels of disappointing data for its star cancer drug Opdivo. And it’s likely …

Some blood pressure drugs tied to risk of mood disorder hospital stays

(Reuters Health) - Common blood pressure medications may increase the risk for severe mood disorder episodes, a new study suggests.<p>People taking drugs known as beta-blockers and calcium antagonists for more than 90 days were twice as likely to be hospitalized for a mood disorder such as major …

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Divorced, deceased parents linked to kids' smoking and drinking

<b>(CNN) —</b> We know that parents have a profound influence on their child's life, and increasingly, scientific research is connecting the dots between attention or neglect and behavior.<p>Children who experience the loss of a father or mother early in life are more likely to smoke and drink before they …

Athletes to Trump: That's not how our locker room talks

MIAMI (AP) — Udonis Haslem was leading some banter with Miami Heat teammates after practice Monday, the jokes and laughter helping everyone wind down …

Cancer trials reveal 'game changing' advances for patients without hope

Trial results on a “game-changing” class of drugs – which harness the body’s immune system – have been found to extend survival in some of the deadliest cancers.<p>Forty per cent of patients with incurable kidney cancer saw a significant reduction in the size of their tumours, when given a combination …

Tourists refused to flee erupting volcano so they could keep taking photos

Tourists in Indonesia ignored instructions to flee an erupting volcano so they could continue taking photos, the country’s disaster agency has said.<p>Mount Barujari, part of the Mount Rinjani National Park on the island of Lombok, erupted without warning last Tuesday, ejecting a column of ash two …

Google Trips: What is it, and can an app really save on roaming charges abroad?

We're all aware that travel and smartphones are inextricably intertwined. From trip research and planning through to the practicalities of check-in, …

'Be curious': Stephen Hawking's remarkable life in his own words

My work on black holes began with a eureka moment, shortly after the birth of my daughter, Lucy, while getting into bed. I realised the area theorem. …

Scientists may have finally discovered the cure for HIV

A British man may have become the first person in the world to be cured of HIV, following a groundbreaking new trial conducted by UK scientists.<p>The new therapy, which is still in the early stages of development, is currently being tested by a team of researchers from five universities. 50 people …