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File photo of Ferrari Formula One Driver Michael Schumacher of Germany Celebrates After Taking the Pole Position at the End of the Qualifying Session for the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix at the Sakhir Racetrack in Manama
Michael Schumacher Rehabilitation Update: Home Care Reportedly Costs More Than $160,000 Per Week

By IBTimes AU

Michael Schumacher's family reportedly pays his medical team at home, which consist of doctors, nurses, medical aids, and physical therapists a hefty sum of money per week. (2:50 pm)

MORE TOPICS: GERMANY, COURT

Veterinarian Tara Montgomery
FIV that Infects Cats Can Help in the Development of Anti-HIV Drugs

By IBTimes AU

Cats get AIDS too, the virus FIV is similar to HIV and a study on FIV has revealed a lot about the working of HIV. (Sep 17)

MORE TOPICS: ISRAEL

File photo of Ferrari Formula One Driver Michael Schumacher of Germany Celebrates After Taking the Pole Position at the End of the Qualifying Session for the Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix at the Sakhir Racetrack in Manama
Michael Schumacher Rehabilitation Update: F1 Champion In-Home Health Care And Services Consist Of 15 Medical Staff

By IBTimes AU

Michael Schumacher has 15 medical staff to assist him with his recovery and rehabilitation at home. (Sep 16)

A woman sets up a sex toys stand during the Erotica Dream exhibition
Latest Study on One Million Sex Toy Sales Find What Turn the British On

By IBTimes AU

Jon Millward, a data analyst, conducted a research to look into what kind of sex toys do people prefer, and what turns them on. (Sep 15)

Television personality Maria Menounos arrives at the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards
Maria Menounos Lost 40 Pounds; She Follows a Low Carb Vegetarian Diet, Her Weight Loss and Fitness Secrets Revealed

By IBTimes AU

Menounos follows a low-carb vegetarian diet and does a daily workout. (Sep 15)

US Pop Star Madonna Still Fuming Over Lady Gaga And Guy Ritchie
Celebrities Who Were Victims of Rape: Psychological and Physical Effects of Rape

By IBTimes AU

The survey by the U.S. NCVS revealed that in the United States alone there 237,868 rapes committed per year. (Sep 12)

MORE TOPICS: COURT, OPRAH WINFREY, AMERICAN IDOL

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U2's Album "Songs of Innocence" Download Offered For Free On iTunes And Beats Music

By IBTimes AU

U2 album "Songs of Innocence" can be downloaded for free on iTunes and Beats Music as the band while CEO Tim Cook announces it on Apple’s launching event in Tuesday. (Sep 12)

MORE TOPICS: ITUNES, MICROSOFT, IPHONE, STEVE JOBS, SAMSUNG, IPAD, IPOD, TWITTER

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Video Of Deaf Child Hearing For The First Time Goes Viral[Watch Video]

By IBTimes AU

A video of a small child, Lachlan Lever, from Australia is going viral on YouTube as it is a recording of her hearing for the first time. (Sep 08)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA

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Elizabeth Hurley Kisses A Banker At Elton John Foundation After He Makes 50,000 British Pounds Donation

By IBTimes AU

Elizabeth Hurley kissed a banker who made a whopping 50,000 British pound donation to Elton John Foundation. (Sep 05)

MORE TOPICS: GOLD, LONDON

‘World of Warcraft Mists of Pandaria’ Brings Back the ‘Gaze of the Black Prince’ Buff from Aug. 14, 2014 to Aug. 26, 2014 [WATCH VIDEO]
'World Of Warcraft’ Brings Back The ‘Gaze Of The Black Prince’ Buff From Sept. 2-16, 2014 After ‘Warlords Of Draenor' Patch 6.0.1 Beta Notes Update [WATCH VIDEO]

By IBTimes AU

The “Gaze of the Black Prince” buff has returned and another “WoD” update was released on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014. (Sep 02)