People need to eat regularly, but the amount of calories that people consume per day varies from country to country. These are not small differences, but big differences. While in some countries there is a surplus of food, in...
The coronavirus crisis has affected the world and changed the way alcohol is consumed. Feeling hopeless and insecure, people often seek relief in a bottle of alcohol, and more alcoholics have emerged during a pandemic than ever before. The...
Leprosy, also known as Hansen's disease, originally comes from the Greek word “lépra“, and refers to a bacterial disease in which the skin peels off and separates together with large chunks of meat from various parts of a human...
Many areas around the world are suffering from dangerous heat waves. High temperatures can endanger our health. Many people collapse or even die due to overheating of the body. One of the best ways to cool off your body...
Every year, countless books end up in trash cans or stand on shelves where no one reads them, and they are just gathering dust there. If you have books you do not need anymore, you can take them to...
The world has become a global technological hub and technology cuts across almost every aspect of life. Some people even argue that it can address some of the world's most intriguing problems such as hunger. Whether that argument is...
Animal testing is not only a very cruel but also a not very reliable way of verifying the safety and quality of products. It is estimated that 500,000 mice, guinea pigs, rats, rabbits suffer, small species of pigs, dogs...
There are so many beliefs concerning how the world will end, just like there are many prophets, religions, and sects. Different people ranging from the prophets, scientists and philosophers have come up with a different prediction on...
Baobabs belong among the most remarkable trees in the world, and many African cultures consider them sacred. The trees are giants both in size and age. They can live for more than 2000 years, but now they are facing...
The study found that teenagers who spent more time online were more stressed and more likely to feel sad and had suicidal thoughts. A South Korean survey described the condition of 30,000 teenagers aged 16 to 18. Time Spent on...
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