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The rise of the ‘Infodemic’ – too much information is making solutions impossible

New research from Trinity Business School has confirmed the existence of the COVID-19 ‘Infodemic’ – making solutions to global issues more difficult to achieve.

As Obesity Claims 2.8 Million Lives Annually The Blame Game Shifts to a Weak Metabolism

Research analysts at LeanAndFit have found that in order to reduce extra body fat, you would first need to re-activate your mitochondria reserves.

A Silent Pandemic: Non-communicable Diseases

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Exploring the Qualities of the Best Residential Concreters

Selecting the best residential concreter requires some criteria that are very important when choosing the service provider.
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Making The Right Choice: A Comprehensive Guide to Buy Logitech Web Camera

When it comes to quality tech products, Logitech stands tall as a reputable brand that stands the test of time with its diverse range of cutting-edge products

Fighting for academic freedom, profs challenge Florida’s ‘Stop WOKE’ Act

Advocates for academic freedom are battling in court against Florida's claim a professor's speech is government speech, allowing them to prevent criticism of the governor.

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Best Apps and Games for your New Mobile Phone

We can install any app from the google play store very quickly. Let’s take a look at some most amazing apps for android mobile phones.

Florida aims to build a comprehensive crisis response system

Florida is getting attention for its efforts to create a comprehensive crisis response system for mental health needs.