Nitin Agarwal

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An entrepreneur by birth, blogger by choice, and geek by heart. He founded Sprouts Media, a blogs/websites network company, currently owns over 10 popular web properties, to cater his passion of journalism and entrepreneurship. He is also known as an avid reader, technology enthusiast, explorer, and a broken lover. His passion for knowledge keeps him running all the time. A pure vegetarian, who believes in reincarnation & law of karma and follows the philosophy of “Live and let others Live” because all living beings have equal right on the resources of this planet. He loves to write about Technology and Social Issues on his blogs. He can be reached at nitin [at] sprouts.media.

Drinking more Alcohol could lead to worse Heart health, research finds

While the resveratrol in a glass of wine can benefit your ticker, other alcohol doesn't have the same heart benefits, data from the London...

Former Astronaut predicts Texas spot will launch space program

While the idea of a South Texas commercial spaceport remains just that--an idea--one former astronaut believes that that could change in the near future....

Scotland looks to minimize chances of Ebola spread before the Commonwealth Games

Health Protection Scotland and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are working together to push for "daily monitoring" in order to prevent the spread of...

Indianapolis cancer patient becomes youngest sheriff in America

Today Wyatt Schmaltz becomes the youngest sheriff in America at just three years old. The event transpired in Indianapolis at Indiana University's Riley Hospital...

Arizona passes medical marijuana law for PTSD sufferers that goes into effect in 2015

In Phoenix, Arizona, big changes will arrive in 2015 as the Department of Health Services will allow those with post-traumatic stress disorder to relieve...

Astronomers study star dust formation through SN2010jl supernova

Astronomers in Chile have researched a supernova called SN2010jl to learn more about cosmic stardust, including where it comes from and in how many...

Top 5 Best Sprint Smartphones (Q2 2014)

When it comes to smartphones, consumers have more choices than ever before. With countless companies jumping into the market producing a wide array of products,there...

Democrats introduce a bill fighting Hobby Lobby ruling

Last week, the Supreme Court made a decision regarding the Hobby Lobby case, insisting that companies could deny female employees access to birth control...

NIH discovers smallpox vial in Maryland

Earlier this month, on July 1st, the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) scientists uncovered the smallpox virus in vials. The virus, marked as "variola",...

Canadian scientists uncover fossil of the world’s tiniest hedgehog

Canadian scientists have uncovered a fossil of the smallest hedgehog in existence. The creature, which measures to only two inches, is immortalized in a...

Driveclub PS4 bundle announced in Europe for €440

Today, Sony announced a new PlayStation 4 Driveclub bundle set to release in Europe for the launch of the game in October. The bundle...

AT&T to be the first carrier to sell LG G Watch in the US

On Monday, AT&T confirmed they will be the first carrier within the US to retail the upcoming LG G Watch. The Android powered wearable is...

Chikungunya mosquito virus affects two people in New Hampshire

In Concord, New Hampshire, public health officials have noted today that mosquitoes carrying a virus called Chikungunya have arrived with two confirmed cases. The virus,...

Woman entangled in 1987 kidnapping and murder case in Chicago pleads for second chance

Despite that she claims she wasn't involved in the kidnapping and murder that occurred over 20 years ago in Illinois, Nancy Rish has still...

When neuroscience and electronic engineering intersect: bettering the brain

The connection between neuroscience and electronic engineering is growing, and it's a link that could lead to more knowledge about how the human brain...

Study finds correlation between alcohol ads and underage drinking

A new study has found a correlation between underage teenage drinkers' favorite brands of alcohol and advertisements for those same brands in magazines. This...

LeBron James flirting with Cleveland

Four years after his departure caused a national firestorm LeBron James might be considering a return to Cleveland. Might being the key term. Word...

HP Pavilion x360: The notebook that becomes a tablet

Somewhere along the way, manufacturers figured out that consumers like tablets but want something along the lines of an optional PC experience that’s become...

Saturn’s moon Titan supposedly has as much salinity as the Dead Sea

Research performed by scientists has confirmed that Titan's ocean, supposedly contains far more salt than any Earth ocean, and that its salinity probably matches...

Europe cardiology study finds link between hyperlipidemia and breast cancer

The European Society of Cardiology's Frontiers in Cardiovascular Biology 2014, an event held in Barcelona, Spain in July, uncovered a link between breast cancer...

Google Now disguising search results

If there’s one fact about this age of Google, it’s that certain information never goes away. That means if you ever did something bad...

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