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By Confronting the new U.S.-Chinese Tariffs – The Stock Market may be Getting it Wrong

There are certain warnings that the trade war going on between China and the U.S. could be a long and…

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Alzheimer’s Misdiagnosis Happens More Often than we Think

When Tom was told that he had Alzheimer’s, the world started to crash around him. He spent the day thinking…

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Tumors’ Mutations can be Identified by Google AI Through an Image

In the last couple of decades, human pathologists have been the ones giving the cancer diagnosis through a time-intensive work….

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The Stars that Channeled Madame X on the Red Carpet

You probably already know something about the painting that scandalized Paris. Well, it looks like that famous painting actually became…

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Why Are House Cleaners In Charge Of Children Obesity?

The midnight visits to fridge doesn’t carry the whole blame for the extra-kilograms in children and teens. Neither sedentarism. It…

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Hubble Space Telescope Goes on a New Mission

The Hubble Telescope has embarked a new mission, aiming to observe six galaxy clusters that may offer us more information…

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At least 11 People are Killed as Florence Continues to Pummel the Carolinas

This Friday, the Tropical Depression Florence made landfall as a hurricane, deluging parts of the North Carolina coastline with historic…

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A Group of Belugas Adopted a Lost Narwhal that Strayed Far From Home

Being at over 600 miles away from its natural habitat, a lost narwhal was spotted playing and swimming with a…

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Best Helpful Apps for Hurricane Florence

You may have been preparing for hurricane Florence with food reserves, batteries and battled water. It may come off as…

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Pluto: is it a Planet After all? Let’s Take a Look at a New Argument

First discovered in 1930, Pluto’s status of planet was removed in 2006 by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) due to…

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