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The high risk and potential side effects of head injuries among scholastic football players as well as professionals has become a popular subject within the
John South, a former federal contractor and current owner of a company called Patrocinium Systems, has launched a new public safety and security app called
An overall increase in bitcoin transactions has been observed in the last few days. According to Blockchain, the number of transactions per day on December
Yogurt has gained a lot of popularity over the years and has been credited with numerous health benefits in several studies. Recent research from BMC
Consumer spending in the U.S. rebounded in October which is believed to exhibit an increase in the economy’s resiliency at the end of this year.
According to Coindesk, there are some who believe that the money system which is in place now is the primary cause of the wealth gap.
Uber has been experiencing a bumpy ride over the past week. It is believed that the company has a tool called “God View” which allows
In 1998, Takata began using a new airbag propellant (based on a compound called tetrazole) that was supposed to represent a big leap forward in
Tests by Consumer Reports have revealed varying levels of arsenic contained in several rice products available in grocery stores today. Various types of rice, such
A study conducted by two Italian cyber-security experts, Daniele Stroppa and Carlos Di Micheli, reveals that approximately a quarter of the luxury products advertised on
On Wednesday, Toyota reported that it will call back 361,800 vehicles (including the Camry sedan) due to three separate defects. About 170,000 Camrys have a