CHILDREN’S DEVELOPMENT CAN BE HINDERED BY VOICE-CONTROLLED DEVICES: STUDY

Sun 02 October 2022: According to a recent study, using voice-controlled assistants can have a long-term impact on a child’s social and cognitive development  Today we are surrounded by AI-powered devices like Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri or Google Home which are used for several varied purposes like setting an alarm, playing music, asking questions, and so […]

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MORE THAN A MILLION SEA TURTLES ILLEGALLY KILLED OVER PAST 30 YEARS: STUDY

Thu 29 September 2022: Over 1.1 million sea turtles have been illegally killed in the past 30 years, according to a recent study. Despite laws intended to protect them, at least 44,000 turtles have been illegally killed and exported annually across 65 countries, according to scientists from Arizona State University. According to the UN, the […]

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EXCAVATIONS IN EPIPHANEIA ANCIENT CITY UNEARTH CALENDAR MOSAICS IN TURKIYE (VIDEO)

Wed 28 September 2022: Depicting rural activities, calendar mosaics with personifications of months have been discovered in southern Turkiye during ongoing excavations in the ancient city of Epiphaneia, Anadolu News Agency reports. Digging started in Epiphaneia, also known as the ruins of Issos, in 2006 as rescue excavation, and has been going on since then. “We have […]

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31,000 YEAR OLD SKELETON FROM BORNEO INDICATES AMPUTATION SURGERY

Sun 11 September 2022: Scientists claim that a skeleton discovered in a remote region of Borneo rewrites the history of ancient medicine and gives proof that successful amputation surgery was carried out some 31,000 years ago. Prior to the discovery of a 7,000-year-old skeleton in France, it was believed that only advanced agricultural cultures had […]

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DIET SODA TIED TO HEART ATTACK, STROKE RISKS: STUDY

Thu 08 September 2022: Artificial sweeteners raise the risk of cardiac issues, according to a study by French researchers. According to a study that followed 103,000 adults for nine years, those who regularly ingested calorie-free sweets had a 9% increased chance of developing heart disease. Aspartame, an ingredient of low-sugar fizzy drinks, increased the risk […]

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