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Fake news last for longer than you realise, may become a part of memories
Most people remember made-up events for a long period of time.
'2,382 Indians languishing in US jails for illegally crossing border'
These detainees, a significant number of whom are from Punjab, are seek...
In tech race with China, US universities may lose a vital edge
Universities from China, South Korea and Taiwan get more patents than their US...
'Novel material may help develop future quantum computers'
Through a series of experiments, Yufan Li and colleagues found that thin films of beta-Bi2Pd have the special properties necessary for the future of quantum computing.
Avoid taking excessive calcium supplements; it may increase risk of cancer
Getting adequate nutrients from food sources is more beneficial than consuming supplements.
Not just high BP woes, DASH diet may also reduce risk of heart failure
The DASH diet encourages consumption of fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains, poultry, fish, etc.
Working night shifts? It may increase risk of heart disease, cancer and stroke
Liver, gut and pancreas have separate biological clocks and a mind of their own.
Trick your mind to eat less sugar: Here's how playing computer games can help you get in shape
This could aid in reducing weight and improving health.
3D printed, artificial tissues that heal bone, cartilage may give a new lease of life to athletes' careers
Osteochondral injuries can also lead to disabling arthritis.
Impeachment peril engulfs Donald Trump's WH, historians say 'worse than Watergate'
"I think this ranks with or right above Watergate, just historically speaking," Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning and New York Times bestselling presidential historian and journalist, told MSNBC on Sunday night.
Larry King undergoes angioplasty after chest pain complaints, now 'recovering' in hospital
The talk-show host's doctor performed angioplasty, and inserted stents to reopen 1987's bypass.
Hello, bosses! A positive work environment can boost satisfaction, mutual trust
Fostering an inclusive work environment can lead to innovation and retention among employees.
Denied H-1B visa to Indian professional, US IT firm sues Trump government
Xterra Solutions alleged in its lawsuit that the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) improperly denied H-1B visa to Praharsh Chandra Sai Venkata Anisetty, 28, whom it had hired as a Business System Analyst.
Bill introduced to ban Chinese military scientists from American labs
The bill seeks to prohibit individuals employed or sponsored by these Chinese military institutions from receiving student or research visas to the United States.
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