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How Can You Avoid Liver Diseases while Drinking Alcohol?

Liver diseases and alcohol are connected. The liver is one of the most complex and the largest internal organ of the human body. It...

2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo to be Postponed Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo will be postponed until next year because of the coronavirus pandemic, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Tuesday. Although...

USA: Everything you want to know about Security Clearance; Find out here!

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan. We take a look at what that means. What...

Can Flourishing Islamic State (ISIS) be Stopped in Afghanistan?

Depending on the location, the proliferation of IS has drawn varied resistance from the Afghan military, U.S. air support and ground troops, local...

Satellite sends First Quantum Signal to Earth

An orbiting satellite has sent the first entangled pair of photons to Earth It is a big step towards achieving a secure and...

Construction for Arab Residents in Palestine at the expense of the Jews

14,000 housing providing accommodation for 50,000 Arab residents were approved for marketing for the city of Qalqiliya The government approved about 2,000 housing...

India’s Textile and Fashion Heritage now part of Google project

Google's project 'We Wear Culture' is collaborating with 183 renowned cultural institutions from all around the world including India It intends to...

Premature Babies Score Lower on Standardized Tests than Full-term Infants: Study

Premature birth happens when a baby is born before at least 37 weeks of pregnancy, according to the Centers for Disease Control and...

Kuwait launches e-platform in 5 Languages to Educate Migrant Workers

The education would be done through cartoons and pictures as well as direct inquiry through the e-platform or hotline Its languages will be...

2 Indian-Origin Men among 891 Australians in Queen Elizabeth’s Birthday Honours List

Two persons of Indian origin were among 891 Australians recognised by Queen Elizabeth II in her birthday honours list for 2017 Queensland-based Professor Rajiv...

Cheetahs in Malawi: Poaching and Wildlife Trafficking endangers Africa’s most Iconic Species

Liwonde National Park in southern Malawi has just welcomed some new inhabitants – four cheetahs Liwonde National Park has a population of 12,000...

Islamic Terrorism: 4 countries list Qatar-linked Terrorists and Organisations

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain have listed individuals and institutions that have financed terrorist organisations and received support from Qatar The...

Here is Why China’s Tiger Farms are a Threat to the Species!

Many of these tigers in the farms are kept in horrific conditions At many facilities in China, visitors can pay to get close...

Want to stay Healthy? Better stick more to Close Friends than Family: Study

A pair of studies has shown that across one's lifespan friendships become increasingly important to one's happiness and health Both family and friend relationships were...

Indian Researcher part of the team that developed new hyper-local Air Pollution Map

This new technique maps urban air pollution at 100,000 times greater spatial resolution than is possible with traditional government air quality monitors The...

Discovery of 300,000-year-old Moroccan Fossils Shake Up Understanding of Human Origins

Scientists determined that skulls, limb bones and teeth representing at least five individuals were about 300,000 years old The antiquity of the fossils...

Driverless Bus-Train hybrid by a Chinese Company Runs on Virtual Painted Tracks

China,  June 07, 2017: A Chinese company has unveiled a driverless bus-train hybrid that uses white lines painted on the road to navigate. The company, CRRC,...

Life Under Islamic State (ISIS) Terrorist Group: Soldier Hussien Hamza’s Story of Poison Bomb

- by Heather Murdock MOSUL, IRAQ, June 8, 2017: For months, soldiers, civilians and aid workers in Iraq have been reporting Islamic State attacks using homemade...

Digital Games may Improve Mental Health, boost their Academics in Refugee Kids in War-Torn Regions

The study participants included 147 Syrian refugee children, aged 9 to 14 Digital games may help boost their academics as well as improve...

KELT-9B : Scientists Discover Hottest Giant Planet of the Solar System

KELT-9b is 2.8 times more massive than Jupiter, but only half as dense It is the hottest gas giant planet that has ever...

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Excessive Alcohol Affects Cognitive Brain Function

A new study released this week describes how excessive alcohol-consuming too much alcohol, too fast — affects the brain, leading to anxieties and other...

Playback Singer S. P. Balasubrahmanyam Dies at 74

Sripathi Panditaradhyula Balasubrahmanyam also known to as S. P. Balu or S. P. B. was not just an Indian musician or playback singer instead...

Weather During Winter Could Increase Spread of COVID

As winter brings shorter days and lower temperatures to the Northern Hemisphere, there is a chance we could see more COVID-19 cases. But experts say...

Dogs That Sniff Coronavirus Layout Safer Travel: Helsinki

Helsinki Airport is getting creative when it comes to operating safely in the age of COVID-19. Beginning this week, travelers arriving at Finland's busiest...