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Natural disasters such as the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria highlight the fragility of human life

Natural disasters such as the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria highlight the fragility of human life

Natural disasters remind us of how precious and fragile our existence is. Forces beyond our control unleashed the terrible destruction in Turkey, Syria and other countries. The tragedy of thousands of people being taken with them has impacted the ent

Ground Zero volunteer accepts George Santos’ State of the Union invitation

Ground Zero volunteer accepts George Santos’ State of the Union invitation

Rep. George Santos announced Monday he will be joined by Michael Weinstock, Ground Zero's first responder, at Tuesday night's presidential address.

The Philanthropy Threat

The Philanthropy Threat

Over the course of history, excess wealth was used to solve society's problems. It funded hospitals, food banks, and libraries to help develop minds and build cathedrals to lift spirits. However, charitable giving is becoming less common.

A water production system that makes use of micro-factories in the local area

A water production system that makes use of micro-factories in the local area

This process can replace single-use bottles and generate income for the local operator Springwise's first article was A water production system that uses micro-factories local to produce water.

Study links exercise intensity

Study links exercise intensity

A new study has found that adolescents who engage in moderate to vigorous physical activity daily have better attention control. The study was conducted on both girls and boys between 15-18 years old.

Haryana Govt launches campaign to stop measles transmission

Haryana Govt launches campaign to stop measles transmission

New Delhi, February 7, 2008 (IANS). Anil Vij, Haryana Health Minister, stated that the state government is conducting a Measles Rubella catch-up campaign (MR) in Nuh and Palwal to stop measles transmission. One additional dose of vitamin E is include

Rikers doctors accused in the death of a detainee by attempting to stop a drug withdrawal plan

Rikers doctors accused in the death of a detainee by attempting to stop a drug withdrawal plan

NEW YORK -- A new lawsuit alleges that Rikers Island doctors failed to implement a plan to relieve a Rikers Island prisoner with psychiatric issues from prescription drugs. This led to a...

Books] 25+ $0 Machine Learning for Kids

Books] 25+ $0 Machine Learning for Kids

Free without Kindle Unlimited Machine Learning for Children (Tinker Toddlers): GPT-3 Fundamentals For Babies, Toddlers and Beginners

Study: After stroke, most patients receive only a small amount of rehabilitation therapy.

Study: After stroke, most patients receive only a small amount of rehabilitation therapy.

A new UCLA-led study found that many stroke victims don't receive enough rehabilitation therapy after a stroke. However, there is strong evidence that higher amounts of rehabilitation therapy can help reduce long-term disability. The UCLA-led study t

Fungi Fighting Vaccines: The First Experimental Vaccine

Fungi Fighting Vaccines: The First Experimental Vaccine

The vaccine prevented the deaths and severe infections caused by three fungi that frequently sicken people in animal experiments.

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