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Tea has been shown to positively associate with reduced cancer risk and alcohol consumption with increased cancer risk, a new study shows.
Years of Research Reveals the Effects of Alcohol and Tea on Long-Term Health
According to a 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), 54.9 percent of people aged 18 and older in the U.S. reported drinking alcohol in the past month, and 25.8 percent reported binge...
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Just Six Countries Responsible for 90% of Identifiable Waste in North Pacific Garbage Patch, Study Reveals
Researchers with the Ocean Cleanup project and Wageningen University have discovered that more than 90 percent of the identifiable waste that makes up the North Pacific Garbage Patch (NPGP),  originated in just six countries, all...
A Boston University study found that stimulating the brain with electricity improved long and working memory function in the elderly and disabled
Study: Electrical Brain Stimulation Boosts Memory
Memory issues and confusion are reported in one in nine adults aged 45 and older, and 50 percent experience limitations in daily activities such as cooking, cleaning, and taking medications, according to the Centers for...
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Russia Delays Reopening of Nord Stream in Blow to Gas-Starved Europe
Russia has scrapped a Sept. 3 deadline to resume gas flows via the Nord Stream 1 pipeline, one of the main supply routes to Europe, after saying it discovered a fault during maintenance, deepening Europe's...
France is using an AI Panopticon to tax property owners with swimming pools
France Deploys AI Surveillance to Track Undeclared Swimming Pools, Takes €10 Million in Taxes
France is set to rake €10 million in taxes from homeowners after artificial intelligence surveillance software detected more than 20,000 undeclared swimming pools. A Google Translate of an Aug. 28 article by Le Parisien aptly...
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World Remembers Gorbachev, the Late Soviet Leader Who Ended the Cold War
Mikhail Sergeevich Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, died on Tuesday, Aug. 30 in Moscow's Central Clinical Hospital following a prolonged illness. Governments and leaders expressed condolences. Aged 91 at the time of...
Serbia was forced to cancel Europe's largest "pride" event after massive protests by the country's spiritual believers.
Serbia Cancels Large Scale ‘Pride’ Event After Massive Protests
The people of Serbia have proven that the active or passive support of large swaths of the population are able to influence state policy and the shape of society after the government was forced to...
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Canada Poised to Harvest Its Second Largest Wheat Crop Since 1960
As major growing regions across the globe buckle under the strain of war, drought and extreme weather, Canadian farmers are poised to harvest their second largest crop since 1960, raking in over 34 million tons...
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South Korean Investors Acquire Massive Stake in Tesla, One Family Bets All Their Savings
In South Korea, people are going crazy again for a new popular sensation. This time, it’s not K-pop raking in the money; it’s Elon Musk. A recent Bloomberg report revealed that retail investors in South...
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Over 1,000 Killed by Heavy Flooding in Pakistan, 30 Million People Affected
Hundreds of Pakistanis were airlifted out of flood-ravaged regions on Sunday, Aug. 28 as the military joined national rescue and recovery efforts, following a devastating deluge of rain and floods which had left over 1,000...
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Artemis Launch Will Lead to ‘Footprints on the Moon Dust,’ Then Mars Journey: Astronaut
NASA will take a giant leap towards putting “footprints on the moon dust” for the first time since 1972 with launch of the Artemis 1 mission on Monday (August 28), astronaut Stanley Love told Reuters....
Researchers found a way to make resin for wind turbines into something that can be eaten during recycling.
Forget Crickets. Soon, You’ll Eat Recycled Wind Turbines
In a new scientific discovery, it appears that progressive and modern mankind may be able to fulfill the adage of killing two birds with one stone: solving the food crisis and the immense waste produced...