The European researchers have invented a study that the time of birth by a woman can have a great impact on her probability of smooth and uncomplicated delivery. If the newborns are delivered at night rather than during the day, then they are more likely to face death or can be serious to be admitted to neonatal intensive care.
This was examined on more than 700,000 births at Dutch hospitals, during the period between 2000 and 2006. It was also released as a publication in a recent edition of obstetrics and gynecology journal BJOG.
According to the Law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse it comes as a warning that the UK's data protection laws are not in sync with European legislation.
The law firm corroborates that this act of disparity may lead to complications in the future.
A recent study published in the European Heart Journal on Wednesday has suggested that people with short heights are more prone to develop heart disease. Though, the researchers have suggested that it mostly depends on the life style adopted by a person.
Reports claim that the European Commission has ruled, that BT should provide the competitors with the same type of access that it presently provides to its legacy network.
BT has been ordered to make the arrangement that the competitors also get access to the similar type of infrastructure.
The telecoms companies who were investing in high-speed fibre-based networks had earlier hoped that they would be freed from the regulatory obligations that were designed in the pre-internet era.
To egg on the sales of the digital-only PSPgo, Sony will shortly announce a pristine incentive scheme, which will allow anyone who rolled in their PSPgo after April 1st 2010, to ten full games downloads. The titles included in their pact are Gran Turismo, LittleBigPlanet, 2010 FIFA World Cup and Grand Theft Auto. There are 10 games in total.
The increasing concern over Euro's weakness and global volatility also impacted the performance of Japan's Nikkei Index. The Nikkei Stock Average was down for the fourth straight day. Investors are also wary of a stronger Yen, which is also putting pressure on Japanese exports. Analysts stress that investors are not willing due to increasing volatility and want to play safe.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the head of the International Monetary Fund, has opined that best way of addressing the problems creeping up in the European Union is to utilize the fact that "Truth is ruthless".
Jean-Pierre Jouyet, President of the French Financial Markets Authority, added that the present situation in the European Union is the fallout of culture of connivance".