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In contemporary western society, the decline of the family meal has become a concern. The rhythm of life today is...
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Inspiration comes out of the most unorthodox places and situations, Rino Dubokovic, a university student in Zagreb in Croatia conceived...
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Not every beauty treatment that exists today was invented by a mad scientist wearing a white gown and working in...
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Study links red and processed meat with a higher probability of suffering a heart disease. Eating only to portions of...
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Sending big files on the internet can be a real headache. With so much online content available today, is common...
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The past months of the previous year Australia was on the news everywhere. The country is fighting one the worst...
Unusual
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Scientists discover gruesome evidence of the effects of the explosion of Mount Vesuvius in human remains. The explosion provided such an extreme heat that it caused the victim’s blood to boil making their skulls to explode turning into black glossy crystal certain pieces of brain tissue.
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Health
76 Hits - May 10, 2020, 11:35 PM - Marcos Rodriguez
People who eat ultra-processed food regularly have a higher risk of cancer according to a research carried out in the NutriNet- Sante cohort in France in which nearly 105 000 adults were analyzed. All types of food are processed in some way but those called ultra- processed are typically much richer in calories, sodium and sugar. Its consumption has been...
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Technology
60 Hits - May 9, 2020, 7:01 PM - Marcos Rodriguez
A new rule aimed to allow US companies to work with China' s Huawei Technologies has been drafted. The objective of the rule is establishing standards for next generation 5G networks. When the Commerce Department blacklisted Huawei last year engineers from USA quitted working with them on the development of standards. The rule, which can be still redrafted, will provide...
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Beauty
66 Hits - May 10, 2020, 11:38 PM - Marcos Rodriguez
While the world faces stay-at-home orders women need to take matters into their own hands. Salons close their doors but brands keep creating new products and the internet opens its doors with useful online tips. How to maintain your color, avoid hair damage and be your own stylist are some interesting questions that rise in the current situation.
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Sports
135 Hits - May 6, 2020, 1:38 AM - Marcos Rodriguez
According to the Football Association chairman Greg Clarke, ̏it will be hard to see fans returning to matches any time soon ̋. However, the Premier League and Football League seasons could get to resume behind closed doors and therefore, with no fans. Plans include 40 000 COVID tests for the participants in addition to neutral venues.
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Derek Jeter and Larry Walker are elected to be a part of the Baseball Hall of Fame. The 2020 Hall...
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The Kansas City Chiefs will play the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl LIV next month. The event will...
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Swedish football player Zlatan Ibrahimovic was key in Milan's victory against UdineseZlatan Ibrahimovic reached 150 victories with the Milan shirt...
Curiosity
166 Hits - May 6, 2020, 1:25 AM - Marcos Rodriguez
Scott Waring, from the ET Data Base, finds what he calls proof of a plant-based life in Mars. A picture with a curios object resembling a white rose taken by a NASA' s Curiosity Rover found by Warning makes him claim that it is possible to have life in Mars.
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134 Hits - May 5, 2020, 1:23 AM - Marcos Rodriguez
Back to the year 1964 four Americans named Tom, Bill, Vic and Dave show up as The Beatles in Argentina. They were a rock band named The Beetles but they were sold as The Beatles indeed. Whether a scam or a joke, it was disappointing for the fans who were...
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Inspiration comes out of the most unorthodox places and situations, Rino Dubokovic, a university student in Zagreb in Croatia conceived an idea after a boozy night out and it turned into the Museum of Hangovers.
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This January 20, 2020 is considered the saddest day of the year, or Blue Monday. Although science has repeatedly refuted this conclusion, there are several who still think that this day does have an impact on people's moods. Where does this idea comes from?
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International Hug Day is celebrated every January 21. It started in 1986 by a businessman and it actually has some good benefits according to science. Read on to find out why.
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Culture
72 Hits - May 10, 2020, 11:37 PM - Marcos Rodriguez
The Pulitzer Prize is a U.S. award administered by Columbia University in New York City given to those who become successful in newspaper and online journalism, musical composition and literature. Organized in the categories of fiction, biography, poetry, general history and general nonfiction 15 books were acknowledged as Pulitzer Prize finalists and winners last Monday.
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Videos
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Study links red and processed meat with a higher probability of suffering a heart disease. Eating only to portions of red meat, processed meat or poultry each week resulted in a 3 to 7 percent increase in the risk suffering a cardiovascular disease.
Science
104 Hits - May 24, 2020, 11:38 AM - Eddy
Email is one of the most common communication systems in the workplace. And although it develops in the online world, it must be borne in mind that, as in all communications, it has a series of rules and social norms, which are often forgotten. On the Internet, language is often neglected,...
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139 Hits - May 5, 2020, 1:42 AM - Marcos Rodriguez
The bio-tech company Synairgen is developing an experiment which is based on the use of a protein that our body produce when we get infected with a virus, it is called interferon beta. Currently there are only few possible effective treatments for COVID in the world, so experts eagerly...
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New Japanese farming technology allows plants to grow virtually in any place. It consumes 90% less water that the traditional agricultural methods and because the pores of the polymer block viruses and bacteria prevent the use of pesticides.
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Ambitious tree planting programs in certain regions of the world had a positive impact on Earth over the las 20 years. The effect is that the world is a greener place than it was two decades ago thanks to swift and opportune change in governance and land use mostly in...
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Science magazine named the image of the another galaxy´s core as the breakthrough of the year. Taken on April 11th, 2019. It required 200 scientists working of 8 different labs around the world, in very specific geographic zones using atomic synchronized watches.
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Travels
53 Hits - May 9, 2020, 7:03 PM - Marcos Rodriguez
This seven island archipelago located about 70 miles off the coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico, has been object of pirates, stories of turbulent water and news of supposed stolen treasure. Besides, it is the third largest coral barrier reef in the world, the only tropical reef in the continental United States and the most active nesting sanctuary...
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