Zika Virus, Absence of Sleep Can Lead to Weight Gain, Tesla Hire Apple to develop its Autopilot
Our delicious appetizer for today is a focuses on how absence of sleep can lead to weight gain.
Our main course is seasoned with information on Zika Virus which is turning out to be a global health threat.
Lastly, our salacious dessert is infused with information on Tesla hiring Apple’s Core staff to develop its autopilot car.
So enjoy our tempting delights! Happy Reading!
- Absence of Sleep Can Lead to Weight Gain: Parents, teachers and all others who care for you have been suggesting the importance of good sleep. However, most often it’s overheard. A recent study reveals that poor sleep patterns which are largely influenced by tech gadgets and social media networking websites can have adverse effects on metabolism. The study explores a finding that indicates if the body is deprived of sleep, it craves for unhealthy food thereby helping you gain more weight and ruining your appetite. So beware and watch out! The friendly-mobile that puts you off from sleep is aiding the weight gain.
- Zika Virus May Turn out to be a Global Menace: The Zika virus, a rotten form of virus that has led to foetal deformities could be a major global threat than the Ebola epidemic. The mosquito species called, Aedes aegypti, has been responsible for transferring the virus. Most virus carriers are symptomless and affect pregnant women, leading to a horrifying outcome for the new-born. As such, it is extremely difficult to track the disease. While people staying in cold areas have a low risk to the foul virus, medical experts are trying their best to create a vaccine that can eradicate the vicious virus for once and all!
- Tesla Hire Apple’s Core Staff to develop its Autopilot: How exciting would it be to have a car that drives on its own? Tesla aims to come up with a car that uses its cameras, radar, ultrasonic sensors and data, to automatically navigate on the highway, alter lanes and regulate swiftness in response to traffic. How delicious! To work on this delectable project, Tesla has hired industry-veteran Jim Keller to lead its Autopilot hardware engineering team. Keller had been a key resource in creating A4 and A5 processors that powered most of Apple’s mobile devices from 2010 to 2012. With Keller joining Tesla, we are confident that the Autopilot car will be a work of refined mechanics!