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Special glasses may reduce sleep-disrupting effects of smartphones, study suggests

Special glasses may reduce sleep-disrupting effects of smartphones, study suggests

Wearing glasses to knock out blue light before bed can stop phones, computers and tablets from disrupting sleep, a new study suggests.
Elon Musk lays out vision for Starlight satellite project

Elon Musk lays out vision for Starlight satellite project

Elon Musk just revealed new details about Starlink, a plan to surround Earth with 12,000 high-speed internet satellites. Here's how it might...
Taiwan becomes the first asian country to approve same-sex marriage

Taiwan becomes the first asian country to approve same-sex marriage

Taiwan's parliament legalised same-sex marriage on Friday (May 16) in a landmark first for Asia as the government survived a last-minute attempt...
Joe Biden campaign is setting up his campaign headquarters in Philadelphia

Joe Biden campaign is setting up his campaign headquarters in Philadelphia

Joe Biden will base his presidential campaign headquarters in Philadelphia, his team announced Thursday. The move, which came as...
Alabama's abortion ban is designed to challenge Roe vs Wade at the Supreme Court

Alabama’s abortion ban is designed to challenge Roe vs Wade at the Supreme Court

Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed a bill on Wednesday that would effectively ban abortion in the state, with no exceptions for rape...

Elon Musk lays out vision for Starlight satellite project

Elon Musk just revealed new details about Starlink, a plan to surround Earth with 12,000 high-speed internet satellites. Here's how it might...

The Positive Outlook For Occupational Therapy, A 26 Percent Increase By...

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) anticipates a rise in the job outlook for occupational therapists. By 2026, the department estimates a 26...

Ending Obesity Prevalence Among Students

Obesity is rampant among young children because of food choices. However, a study from the University of Michigan said that these kids could still...

Monsanto is found guilty for poisoning farmer’s health

US biotech giant Monsanto is legally responsible for the ill health of a farmer who ingested its weedkiller product, a French court...

A new Pentagon report: military sexual assaults rise by 44% among...

Military sexual assaults reported by its female members rose by 44 percent between 2016 and 2018, according to a new Pentagon report...

Microsoft and Walgreens join forces to take on Amazon and transform...

Amazon is recognized as the e-commerce giant, a huge player in cloud computing and an aspiring one in the pharmacy business. Across...

Bad diets are killing more people globally than smoking

Recent studies have found that making healthier food choices and drinking better could prevent one in five deaths. Unhealthy diets are responsible...

Facebook sues analytics firm Rankwave over alleged data misuse

Facebook is suing a South Korean firm it accuses of unlawfully using data to sell marketing and advertising.

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What you need to know about Google deleting your data

What you need to know about Google deleting your data

Ahead of the annual Google I/O developer festival opening its doors on Tuesday, Google has already made one major announcement: it will...
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JPMorgan is Luring Developers Working on Video Games

As Wall Street banks keep on competing with Silicon Valley start-ups and tech giants, JPMorgan steals employees from the gaming industry SILICON VALLEY – The...
Taiwan becomes the first asian country to approve same-sex marriage

Taiwan becomes the first asian country to approve same-sex marriage

Taiwan's parliament legalised same-sex marriage on Friday (May 16) in a landmark first for Asia as the government survived a last-minute attempt...

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