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Makers of WEN hair care products to vigorously contest allegations filed in class-action lawsuit

Makers of WEN hair care products to vigorously contest allegations filed in class-action lawsuit

A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the makers of the hair-care line WEN. The case filed by over 200 women from 40 different states has alleged that the products have made them bald and in some cases rashes.

The case has been filed against hairstylist Chaz Dean and direct marketing company Guthy-Renker, marketing head of the product in the in California Federal Court. It is not the first lawsuit against WEN, as many such have been filed in recent years. This particular case has attracted the attention owing to its size of scope.

Perturbed internet users tend to navigate their mouse more slowly, not faster as some might expect

Perturbed internet users tend to navigate their mouse more slowly, not faster as some might expect

A move similar to Google’s efforts to help you shun drunk e-mailing, computer scientists have taken some steps in an attempt to keep you happy while you use the Web. They will do so by gauging when you get ticked off.

The researchers conducted three different experiments and discovered that Internet users who feel confused, angry, frustrated or upset while online likely to move their cursor periodically and less precisely, rather than in smooth strokes.

Exclusive negotiations going on between Sanofi and Boehringer over Asset Swap

Exclusive negotiations going on between Sanofi and Boehringer over Asset Swap

Sanofi and Boehringer Ingelheim announced today that they have got into exclusive negotiations to exchange businesses. The planned transaction would include Sanofi animal health business’ (‘Merial’) swap with an enterprise worth €11.4 bn and Boehringer Ingelheim consumer healthcare (CHC) business would be swapped with an enterprise valuing €6.7 bn.

The transaction won’t include Boehringer Ingelheim CHC business in China. As the part of the transaction, Boehringer Ingelheim would also make a gross cash payment of €4.7 bn to Sanofi.

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Tinder users can now ‘swipe right’ to register as organ donors

Tinder users can now ‘swipe right’ to register as organ donors

Tinder, an app famous for dating, has collaborated with the NHS through a novel initiative for promoting the practice of organ donation among its users.

As part of the campaign, Tinder users supporting organ donation will find a message written on their profile, which will be visible to like-minded users. On their first date, two individuals will have the facility to “swipe right” if they wish to chat on the paucity of organs for transplantation.

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Apple opens lab to create new screens for devices, including iPhones and iPads

Apple opens lab to create new screens for devices, including iPhones and iPads

People with knowledge of Apple’s new facility said that Apple Inc. has opened a production laboratory in northern Taiwan, where engineers have been putting in efforts to develop latest display technologies.

The people, who demanded to remain anonymous as details aren’t public, said that the Apple building in Longtan has more than 50 engineers and other workers, who have been making latest screens for devices like iPhones and iPads.

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NASA releases Enhanced Color Image of Pluto showing Intricate Pattern of Pits

NASA releases Enhanced Color Image of Pluto showing Intricate Pattern of Pits

Pluto has been a mysterious a mysterious space object for astronomers since its discovery in 1930. Earlier, NASA released some close images of Pluto’s surface, but now the space agency has been providing an even closer look at the dwarf planet.

The newly shared pictures on Thursday are of an intricate pattern of pits the plutoid’s surface. The space agency has also released a color picture of a variety of terrains captured by its New Horizons spacecraft during closest approach to the object in the Kuiper belt July 14.

Major Tim Peak All Set to Become First British Resident to Visit ISS

Major Tim Peak All Set to Become First British Resident to Visit ISS

Major Tim Peak is all set to be the first British resident to visit the International Space Station (ISS). Tim’s father said the thing that worries him more is his son driving the M27.

The 43-year-old Tim’s journey to the ISS will start when the 162-ft long Russian rocket will blast off from Baikonur Cosmodrome on Tuesday. Tim will also be the first 100% British professional astronaut to leave earth for mission aboard space station.

California Hospital Employee exposes over 1,000 to Tuberculosis

California Hospital Employee exposes over 1,000 to Tuberculosis

An employee working at the Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose has exposed more than 1,000 people, including 350 infants, 368 mothers or parents and 308 employees, to tuberculosis. The hospital officials said that they were notified in mid-November about one of its employees being suspected to have active tuberculosis.

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