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Texas representative proposes $100 fine for men who masturbate

Texas representative proposes $100 fine for men who masturbate

A new bill proposed by a Democratic legislator in Texas aims to slap men who masturbate with a fine of $100 and require rectal examination before they get a colonoscopy, a vasectomy or a Viagra prescription.

State Rep. Jessica Farrar’s HB 4260 proposes invasive restrictions on men, including fines for emissions outside a woman’s vagina and requiring storage of the “emissions” for conception in the future.

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Tesla Users hogging superchargers will have to pay fee at 40 cents per minute

Users hogging Tesla superchargers will have to pay fee at 40 cents per minute

Tesla Motors has announced a new policy aimed at users hogging superchargers in order to improve access for all Tesla users to the charging stations. In the recent times, Tesla users have expressed their concerns about access to superchargers. Tesla Motors has been improving its supercharging network but the issue at times is also caused by some users leaving their cars at terminals even after they have been fully charged. Tesla announced a fee of 40 cents per minute on users leaving their car on the charging point for more than 5 minutes after their vehicle has been charged.

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Research team registers initial success in development of vaccine against Chlamydia

Researchers accomplish first step towards developing vaccine against Chlamydia

McMaster University researchers have accomplished initial steps in the direction of coming up with a vaccine against a dangerous sexual transmitted infection (STI).

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Newly Found Liver Hormones Can Control Cravings for Sugar and Calorie-Packed Items

Newly Found Liver Hormones Can Control Cravings for Sugar and Calorie-Packed Ite

Since long it has been known that liver secrete the bile juices and essential proteins necessary for our body, but now a new study has shown another hidden feature of a liver hormone.

Economic Crisis Hits Moon Exploration Mission

Economic Crisis Hits Moon Exploration Mission

The Russian government is bringing down its scale of space exploration due to the prevailing economic crisis in the nation, reported Roscosmos, the national space agency. The budget for the Moon exploration projects will be cut by billions of dollars by the government. The budget is currently under modification phase by various ministries.

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Texas Joins Fight against EPA’s Tighter Standards for Control of Ozone

Texas Joins Fight against EPA’s Tighter Standards for Control of Ozone

Texas recently joined the list of eight states that have sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), against EPA’s new ozone emission rule. Several industry trade groups and environmentalists have also gone to court to denounce the agency's new rule for ozone-emissions.

The recent lawsuit by Texas was filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality highlighted that it is the 23rd time when Texas has filed any lawsuit against the EPA since President Obama came into power in January 2009.

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Ebola finally leaves Guinea after killing 2,500 People

Ebola finally leaves Guinea after killing 2,500 People

Guinea, one of the nations hit by Ebola outbreak about two years ago, has been declared free from Ebola. The deadly virus left the West African nation after killing more than 2,500 people.

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45 bird watchers make it to annual Christmas Count at Siskiyou County

45 bird watchers make it to annual Christmas Count at Siskiyou County

Keeping an ageless tradition alive, enthusiastic bird watchers in Yreka and Mount Shasta gathered at Siskiyou County this year as well for the annual Christmas Bird Count, an event that is learnt to have been held for the first time 116 years ago. Around 45 people came forward for the event and recognized, among other bird species, Buffleheads, American Goldfinches and Ruby-crowned Kinglets.

The Christmas Bird Counts, which began on December, 25, 1900, is organized every year at several places across Canada, the US and Mexico.

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First Ever Bee-Map Reveals Surprising Data on Wild-Bees

First Ever Bee-Map Reveals Surprising Data on Wild-Bees

A recent map created by University of Vermont’s Gund Institute for Ecological Economics revealed that wild-bee population in United States has seen a huge decline. Experts said that the figures revealed by the bee-map are quite worrisome.

The report released by the team warned that the worrisome decline in the wild bee population in US is also leaving a huge impact on crops all over the country.

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Women with low-risk pregnancies who give birth at home with midwife assistance not at increased risk of harm to baby

Women with low-risk pregnancies who give birth at home with midwife assistance n

According to a new Canadian study, home births don't boost the risk of complications in the case of women with low-risk pregnancies. However, not all home births follow the same standards as Canada in the US, making experts mentioned that there are reasons to believe that findings could be different here.

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