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Aging: This Is What Happens Inside Your Body Right After Exercise

The concept of reversing aging, once relegated to the realm of science fiction, has now become a topic of serious scientific exploration. Recent discoveries in this field provide valuable insights into the aging process itself. For decades, the mantra "it's just part of getting...

Immune-Boosting Drink that Mimics Fasting to Reduce Fat – Scientists ‘Were Surprised’ By New Findings

It triggers a 'fasting-like' state In a recent study, scientists discovered that the microbes found in kombucha tea can regulate fat metabolism in the intestines of a model worm species, resembling the effects seen during fasting. The research, led by Robert Dowen from the University of...

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Apple to pay millions for iPhone battery issues

Apple will pay $113 million to systematically ignore widespread iPhone battery issues in 2016....

Facebook lashes out at Apple’s privacy model

Apple's privacy changes will affect the social network's advertising business. Facebook and Apple collide over...

Notepad ++ blocked in China due to mention of Uighurs and Hong Kong

The Chinese authorities have blocked the Notepad ++ text editor download and the program's...

US wants to tie Amazon, Apple, FB and Google in short: “They are too powerful”

How legal is it for a company to pull a chequebook and sign a...

WhatsApp certifies that the Torrent mobile was attacked in 2019

The President of the Parliament, Roger Torrent, received a communication last weekend from the WhatsApp company confirming...

GoldenHelper and GoldenSpy: taxes and backdoors Made in China

The FBI has issued a notice addressed to some of the US companies operating...

Goldman Sachs agrees to pay Malaysia $ 3.9 billion in corruption case

Financial institution Goldman Sachs will pay $ 3.9 billion to Malaysia for its involvement...

A security breach in the US could keep non-Americans private data at risk

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) considers that the regulations of...

South Korea fines TikTok $ 155,000 for collecting data from minors

The Korean Communications Commission (KCC) decided to fine the Chinese application TikTok with 186...

Germany accuses six other Volkswagen employees of ‘dieselgate’ fraud

Six more employees of Volkswagen have been accused of fraud in Germany in relation...

US government-funded phones for low-income families contain non-removable malware

Android smartphone with malware included: it's American. US government-funded phones for low-income families contain...

New key details revealed in Ghosn’s escape from Japan

Carlos Ghosn, the former CEO of Nissan and Renault, traveled quietly with two people on a...

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Aging: This Is What Happens Inside Your Body Right After Exercise

The concept of reversing aging, once relegated to the realm of science fiction, has...

Immune-Boosting Drink that Mimics Fasting to Reduce Fat – Scientists ‘Were Surprised’ By New Findings

It triggers a 'fasting-like' state In a recent study, scientists discovered that the microbes found in...

Gun Violence in America: What They Don’t Talk About at the Debate

Some of the less discussed impacts of gun violence in six major U.S. cities...

This Might Be a Better Way to Age-proof Your Eyes and Reduce AMD Risk, According to Optometrist

According to expert, this supplement can absorb blue light, protect the highly sensitive cells...