Ikea is warning customers to take immediate action and anchor furniture to walls after reports of several chests and dresses falling on children.

The falling furniture caused injuries and deaths to children. 

Ikea has offered free wall anchoring kits to fix the issue. 

Also, a new government report shows an increasing number of teens are choosing to use the morning after pill.

One in every five sexually active teenage girls have used the emergency contraceptive. 

Also, a class of drugs used to reduce insulin resistance might be able to protect patients against Parkinson's disease. 

Individuals who take Glitazones are 28-percent less likely to be diagnosed with Parkinson's disease than diabetics who take other medications. 

The study only used patients currently taking Glitazones. 

In England, surgeons have performed the first bionic eye implant. 

Ray Flynn, 80, of Manchester in England, has retina damage which led to full lose of his central vision. 

The implant converts video images from a miniature video camera mounted on his glasses. 

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