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Will we ever shake hands again after the pandemic?

The handshake is a gesture that we do every day and when the coronavirus crisis broke out it was the first thing we stopped doing. But are they over...
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Drinking coffee does not prevent or cure coronavirus

A message circulating on mobile phones and social networks says that one of the first Chinese doctors to warn of the danger of the new coronavirus, Li Wenliang, discovered...
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What are complex carbohydrates?

Complex carbohydrate is a macronutrient made up of larger molecules of sugars (oligosaccharides and polysaccharides) found in foods such as flours, legumes, vegetables or fruits, among others. Carbohydrates are a...
Boeing Loyal Wingman

Boeing announces the Loyal Wingman, an air combat drone using AI

Boeing unveiled its Loyal Wingman autonomous combat aircraft which, living up to its name, is capable of flying alongside other jets to provide support. The aircraft was designed for...
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How many calories can you burn in half an hour of exercise?

One of the big questions when we start playing sports, especially if our purpose is to lose weight, is what physical exercise to choose and how many calories it...
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Suffering from skin damage from face masks?

Doctors and nurses on the COVID-19 frontline are spending many hours a day wearing face masks, and many members of the general public are doing...

Food can help protect you from the mental health disorders associated with isolation

While social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19, indulging in your guilty pleasures can help protect you from the mental health disorders associated with isolation, an expert advises. “As...
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Should you always immediately intervene when your baby cries?

Letting a baby “cry it out” from birth up to 18 months doesn’t adversely affect their behavior development or attachment, researchers report. They also discovered that those left to cry...
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How to clean and disinfect your home to prevent infection

The SARS-CoV-2 virus, popularly known as the coronavirus and responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic, is a disease that causes fever, cough and difficulty in breathing. In the most severe...
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Children should also learn to play alone during coronavirus quarantine

Researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) have recommended to parents that, during the confinement at home due to the coronavirus health crisis, they should not organize all the...
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Destiny 2 Beyond Light

What will be the future of Destiny 2?

A few of weeks ago, Bungie Studios kicked off the 11th season of Destiny 2. Titled the "Season of the Arrivals", it has brought...
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Can technology help us be (or seem to be) more polite?

PITTSBURGH--In a tense time when a pandemic rages, politicians wrangle for votes and protesters demand racial justice, a little politeness and courtesy go a...
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Microsoft launches its own tool to recover deleted files

Microsoft has announced the launch of Windows File Recovery, a new tool that will allow users of its operating system to recover files deleted...
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The New Cold War: TikTok, WeChat and dozens of other Chinese apps have been...

The consequences of the open political front between China and India in recent months are also reflected in technology. In a new move by...
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Why does Epic Games say that PS5 is “a masterpiece” of system design?

With PlayStation 5 on track for the end of the year, one of the most talked about topics is the console's SSD and its...
Crysis Remastered

Release date and first images of Crysis Remastered filtered

The release date and first screenshots of Crysis Remastered have been filtered. As you can read on the Microsoft Store product page, Crysis Remastered will...
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US revokes Hong Kong’s ‘special status’ over risk of diverting “dual-use technology” to Beijing

Pessimism is spreading in Hong Kong as it is assumed that the end of preferential treatment by the United States will also soon extend...

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