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Ferrari’s California T Convertibles Recalled

Ferrari North America Inc, a subsidiary of Ferrari NV, has issued a recall for its 2016 California T convertible vehicles due to the risk of leakage of fuel in the engine compartment. The recalled vehicles were manufactured during the period of September 8, 2015 to November 11, 2015. The... read more

Ferrari Recalls 185 Luxury California T Cars over Possible Fuel Leaks

Because of the risk of fuel leaks, Ferrari North America Inc. is recalling the 2016 California T convertibles it made over a two-month period this year. Recalling includes vehicles that were made from September 8 to November 11, 2015 and are at the risk of fuel line connection. On Tuesday, in an... read more

Researchers develop extremely strong but lightweight new metal using novel way

Magnesium infused with dense silicon carbide nanoparticles has resulted into a new extremely strong yet light weight structural material. The new material developed by researchers from the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science has super-high specific strength and modulus.... read more

Venomous Yellow-bellied Snake, Rare to California, found Dead in Huntington Beach

A poisonous yellow-bellied washed ashore Thursday in Huntington Beach has been found dead, Surfrider Foundation said. Before this, the extremely venomous snake has been seen only twice in California.

The snake was found by a volunteer who was cleaning up Bolsa Chica State Beach with 274... read more

Tesla Motors to Receive $39 Million in Sales Tax Incentives

The electric car maker Tesla Motors owned by Elon Musk will be getting a sales tax incentive of $39 million, California State Treasurer John Chiang announced on Tuesday. Tesla in the previous year received over $89 million in incentives from the program for projects over the last six years.... read more

Arnold Schwarzenegger

Hollywood actor and former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger was in Paris to speak about climate change. ‘The Terminator’ actor said global warming is not a movie script that people will listen.

While talking to BBC, Schwarzenegger urged people to go part-time vegetarian to... read more

1B--Huntsville Family shocks after Seeing Sharks Approaching Shoreline

A Huntsville family got stunned after spotting swarm of sharks approaching the shoreline at the Panama City Beach. Blake Whitlow visited the beach with his four kids and wife Tyra where they spotted the sharks while he was capturing video on his phone.

Whitlow told AL.com that they were... read more

Breastfeeding Reduces Risk of Progressing To Type 2 Diabetes

Researchers through a large prospective cohort study found that women with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes through breastfeeding.

The team of investigators led by Erica Gunderson, PhD, a researcher at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland,... read more

Alarming number of unhealthy seal pups turning up on California coast

An alarming number of fur seal pups are turning up, emaciated and weak, on the coast of California, prompting marine experts to warn that it could be a sign of a potential oceanic distress.

Jeff Boehm, executive director of the Marine Mammal Center, said a record number of unhealthy... read more

Chevron Corp slashing 10% of its workforce

Chevron Corp has announced that it is cutting off 10% of its workforce, which will save its budget. On Friday, Chief Executive Officer John Watson gave a downbeat view of an industry facing a lot of problems due to low oil prices.

An over 55% drop in crude oil CLc1 since past year has... read more

Eighty Guadalupe Fur Seal Found Stranded On California Coast This Year

The national Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced on Tuesday that so far in this year they have spotted eighty Guadalupe fur seals stranded on the California coast. It said the sightings are far above the average of 10 to 12.

The agency said when they spotted the seals 42 of... read more

Inuit’s high-fat, omega-3 seafood diet healthy because of gene mutations

According to a new study, high-fat omega-3 Inuit diet of the Arctic that consists of seafood like seals or whales activated gene mutations that led to low rates of diabetes and heart disease. The study has been published in the journal Science on September 17.

The study has been carried... read more

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