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Category: Science

Smart Technology That Tracks People Through Walls Raises Privacy Concerns

The developers say that RF-Pose could be used by healthcare practitioners to monitor diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and Parkinson’s. However, the technology has been a call to concern for privacy advocates.

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Facebook Replaces Trending With Intensified ‘Fake News’ Algorithms

According to the social media giant, the Trending feed has become “less and less useful” as it only accounts for less than 1.5% of clicks to news outlets and was only available in 5 countries. Instead, they tout the addition of more labeling of news articles as “Breaking News”, “Today In”, and “News Video” from “trustworthy and quality sources.”

Study Shows School Gardens Help to Prevent Nutritional Deficiencies in Children

researchers from across America have analyzed vegetable intake among low-income elementary school children may have a solution to nutrient deficiency.

EU Approves ‘Historic’ Ban on Bee Killing Pesticides

In light of growing scientific evidence linking certain insecticides known as neonicotinoid insecticides or neonics to rapidly collapsing bee populations, the European Union voted to place a permanent ban on virtually all use of these bee-killing toxins.

Scientists Raided After Discovering Dangerous Nanoparticle Contaminants in Common Vaccines

In an unabated attack on vaccine science and public health, two world renowned scientists who discovered contaminants in common vaccines have recently had their home raided and much of the documentation of their findings confiscated.

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