Thursday, 24 September 2020

Children Who Play Video Games Are Better at Working Memory Tasks, Says Study

Children Who Play Video Games Are Better at Working Memory Tasks, Says Study

A new study reveals how video games can influence cognitive changes even after years of not playing them.

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FDA must do more to ban thousands of chemicals added to your food, petitioners say

FDA must do more to ban thousands of chemicals added to your food, petitioners say

The US Food and Drug Administration hasn't regulated the 10,000 chemicals added to your food, according to a petition filed Wednesday by groups representing pediatricians, the environment, public health, as well as food and consumer safety advocates.

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The ISS just avoided a ‘piece of unknown space debris’

The ISS just avoided a ‘piece of unknown space debris’

The astronauts on board were never in danger

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Tom Cruise is heading to space for his new film

Tom Cruise is heading to space for his new film

Project is scheduled to shoot in space in October 2021

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California moves to end sales of new gas-powered cars

California moves to end sales of new gas-powered cars

California will halt sales of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks by 2035, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday, a move he says will cut greenhouse gas

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The internet treatment of insomnia

The internet treatment of insomnia

The reasons are different. They include, for example, stress through circulatory, respiratory, trauma, eating problems, and simply incorrect sleep hygiene, by which we mean a general set of factors that are not conducive to successful sleep, such as too much blue light being emitted by electronic devices before the planned sleep. Sometimes sleep disorders are short-term and occasional and the body makes up for the lack of sleep quite quickly.

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EU's farm animals 'produce more emissions than cars and vans combined'

EU's farm animals 'produce more emissions than cars and vans combined'

Greenpeace says bloc must get a grip on reducing greenhouse gases from livestock or risk missing Paris agreement targets

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