Although getting gray hair is natural, not everyone likes to have it. As soon as the first strand of gray hair appears, people begin to color their hair. Now, here's a breakthrough finding that may spell excitement for people who are going gray but may stir worries among hair dye manufacturers.
The first-ever Masters Program in Nuclear Security was launched at a ceremony at the Reactor Institute of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands on Thursday. The Masters Program marks the growing importance of security on the global nuclear agenda, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a press release. Five other European universities are also taking part in t
Expansionary monetary policy maintained by most of the advanced economies will only have a small impact on inflation as long as the central banks are free from political constraints, the International Monetary Fund said in a new study on Tuesday. "Independent central banks reduce risk that policies to stimulate economy will ignite prices," the global lender said.
Unemployment in the euro area held steady at a record high in February, raising concerns that the ongoing recession is set to be a prolonged one as the region's debt crisis continues to weigh on economic activity, latest data showed Tuesday.
Cypriot authorities and international creditors has agreed on a bailout deal, clearing the way for the release of EUR 10 billion aid and eliminating the risk of bankruptcy. The plan includes closure of its second largest bank Laiki or the Cyprus Popular Bank. The agreement was evolved in a last-ditch effort to avert a collapse of the banking sector, just hours before a deadline set by the ECB.