According to a new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, cancer detection in Type 2 diabetes patients can significantly increase their risk of dying within the month of their cancer surgery, vis-à-vis the non-diabetics who fight only cancer.
Realizing that students are some of the most common piracy offenders, Warner Bros. Entertainment's U. K. unit is in search of students to deal with the problem of piracy.
The company posted a job listing this week that was first discovered by the blog TorrentFreak. Warner said that it's seeking an "Anti-Piracy Intern" to help the company in chasing pirated content online.
According to the listing, job responsibilities consists of scanning for links to hosted pirated Warner Bros. content, and collecting data on "pirate sites, pirate groups and other pirate activities".
The BBC's plan to introduce iPhone apps for its news and sport content has been postponed by its governing body.
The BBC Trust has asked BBC to delay its plans while it examines the business case for the new services.
Due for release in April, the free applications have met with disapproval from groups who say they will distort the market for news apps.
Many newspapers including the Guardian and Daily Telegraph already proffer both free and paid-for apps.
It has been reported that on Monday, Credit Suisse said that it got an on paper authorization to set up a bank branch in Mumbai.
This is also permitting it to considerably increase the variety of services it proposes in the Indian market.
The news about the establishment of New Zealand's second private cancer centre has brought a relief to the cancer patients in the country. The St. George Cancer Centre to be set up in Christchurch will be reducing the waiting times for the patients in public hospitals.
Taiwan and China are getting ready to talk about the industries that will avail the benefit of lower tariffs. The talk is scheduled to take place during the second day of the talks on the Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement.
This week, because of the general weakness in the Dollar, China would allow the currency to rise in price.
On March 26, Fan Gang, an adviser to the central bank, wrote in the Melbourne based Age newspaper that China may start again a managed float of the currency.