Tobacco Industry Is Outgrowing Despite Facing Tons Of Regulations

Tobacco Industry Is Outgrowing Despite Facing Tons Of Regulations

When it comes to tobacco, many people see the advertisement from the government or other NGOs, which promotes the disadvantages of using it. Still, there has been a vast demand in the tobacco industry despite facing tons of criticism and regulations from government departments. Big tobacco companies suffered a considerable amount of loss from the last two years because the food and drug administration decided to strengthen the law on the selling of e-cigarettes and traditional cigarettes also. CDC issued a report that many teenagers are getting addicted to this…

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Permanent Hair Color and Straighteners May Fuel Breast Cancer Risk, Study Finds

Permanent Hair Color and Straighteners May Fuel Breast Cancer Risk, Study Finds

Beware while regularly straightening or coloring your hair, as it might arrive with an invisible risk. A latest federal study has revealed a connection between two beauty products and an elevated risk of breast cancer in women. Note that the two cosmetics are none other than straightening products and permanent hair colors. The pair has increased the possibility of breast cancer in women, particularly for black women. A team of researchers from the NIH (National Institutes of Health), has analyzed data from a former government scheme. At the time, the…

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Survival of Life During the Ice age

Survival of Life During the Ice age

Life on earth faced many challenges during the initial stages. Life faced many challenges like extreme hot climate, toxic gases, acid rains, etc. life survived under all this condition. During the ice age, the earth was like a white snowball. The ice age is also known as the Cryogenian period because of a greater lower degree of temperature. The ice age period has existed between 720-635 million years earlier. Because of the large amount of ice during that period, anyone can think that there was a very less amount of…

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The US economy performs better in Q3 than previous estimations

The US economy performs better in Q3 than previous estimations

The year 2019 began with an impressive 3.1% GDP growth in Q1 and plummeted to just 2% in Q2. The projections for Q3 by the Commerce Department were not very optimistic at 1.9%. However, the economy performed slightly better, at 2.1%. The performance is moderately better than estimated. Many economists have projected a weak estimate for the current quarter of about 1%-1.4%. Major reason behind the low projections is the ongoing US-China trade war. It has led to business cutting investments and inventories. The investments fell at a 2.7% annual…

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Sony Replaced Nikkon And Became Number 2 Camera Company Behind Canon

Sony Replaced Nikkon And Became Number 2 Camera Company Behind Canon

The digital camera industry is seeing the new company getting ahead. A recent report indicates that Sony had replaced Nikon for second place. Nikon reported a projected loss of more than $92 million for this fiscal year, which has made some space for Sony to get ahead in this race. Earlier, Nikkon was projected to have more than $110 million of profit for 2019, but because of the restructuring scheme, the company is now sitting at $92 million colossal loss. Sony, on the other hand, had played smartly by investing…

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Hideo Kojima Is Trying To Create Another Scariest Video Game

Hideo Kojima Is Trying To Create Another Scariest Video Game

When it comes to horror games, PT tops the list, which is a terrifying game, yet people like to play it. Hideo Kojima, the famous developer of PT and other horror games, said he is watching horror movies to awaken his horror souls. In previous interviews, Hideo said that he troubles while watching horror movies, and that’s why he has decided to go with it. Hideo told that this thing helps him to awaken his horror spirit, which might help him to create another scariest video game for gamers. The…

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Seattle Children Hospital Locks Down 10 Operating Rooms Due to Massive Mold Outbreak

Seattle Children Hospital Locks Down 10 Operating Rooms Due to Massive Mold Outbreak

Seattle Children Hospital has closed down 10 of its operating rooms after six people have died due to mold outbreak. People have blamed hospital authorities for not identifying the link between the infection and the air-handling units of its surgery rooms. The officials have decided to install a new air filtration system in the hospital to prevent more fatalities linked to the disease. As per the reports, around 14 people have been diagnosed with aspergillus surgical site infections between 2001 and 2018. Six people out of 14 have lost their…

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Foods which contain less than 50 calories

Foods which contain less than 50 calories

While losing weight, one is conscious about the calorie intake, so tracking the calorie intake is the obvious way to measure the calorie intake. But it is virtually impossible to track the calorie intake of every food item consumed. Consuming more calories than required may lead to several health issues such as gastrointestinal problems, weight gain, etc. It is important that fewer and healthy calories are consumed, which will fulfill all the dietary and nutritional needs. There are ten foods that contain less than 50 calories. Mushrooms are low in…

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Goldman Faces Probe Over Claims Of Gender Discrimination In Apple Card Limits

Goldman Faces Probe Over Claims Of Gender Discrimination In Apple Card Limits

Goldman Sachs is being investigated after a tech entrepreneur alleged gender discrimination in the way it sets credit limits. Entrepreneur and web developer David Heinemeier Hansson alleged that the new Apple Inc card algorithms used for determining credit limits for Apple Card is sexist. The algorithm is managed by Goldman Sachs in partnership with the tech giant. Hansson, in a series of tweets, said that he got a credit limit 20 times higher than that of his wife. This is when she has a higher credit score. Without disclosing any…

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Opting for a 4-Day Workweek Has Boosted Worker Productivity at Microsoft Japan

Opting for a 4-Day Workweek Has Boosted Worker Productivity at Microsoft Japan

Many companies across the globe follow a general pattern of working five days a week. But sometimes workers might find it boring stuff, which may affect their productivity. It seems like Microsoft Japan has guessed the thing, and has set a new trend. The tech giant has taught an effective way to its Japanese workforce for achieving more in fewer efforts. Being a trendsetter, Microsoft Japan had reduced its working to four days all over August. Amazingly, the initiative has rocketed productivity and reduced costs. Reportedly, sales per employee had…

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