The study says that only kids are more likely to be overweight.

The study says that only kids are more likely to be overweight.

According to a new study published on Wednesday, only children may be at a higher risk of obesity than children who have siblings. The study examined only children’s eating habits and body weight dubbed by researchers “singletons” and found that they had fewer healthy eating ways and drink preferences than multi-child families. While the sample size was limited and the research was unable to determine cause and effect, it does “increase an exciting fact that we want to understand better,” said pediatric Dr. Muth, who places the Obesity Section of…

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Internet penetration has to broaden gender inequality globally

Internet penetration has to broaden gender inequality globally

As the popularity of the Internet in developing countries continues to accelerate, experts warn that it is likely to persist or even exacerbate existing gender inequalities. A recent study by the International Telecommunication Union, a specialized agency of the United Nations, found that despite the global Internet penetration, the subsequent digital gender divide could hinder women’s access to education, health care, and other government services. The digital gender divide is defined as the gap between men and women in access to technology. Today, about 4.1 billion people (53.6% of the…

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More Images Of Foldable Moto RAZR Phone Leaked Before November 13 Launch

More Images Of Foldable Moto RAZR Phone Leaked Before November 13 Launch

Motorola’s foldable RAZR is reportedly scheduled for Motorola’s foldable Razr is scheduled for November 13 launch. Ahead of this dates, several images of the much anticipated handset have been leaked along with some more specifications. The images available online shows that the smartphone is much like the original RAZR. The foldable phone will apparently allow the camera available on the handset to work as both selfie as well as regular camera. This means that the camera will work as a selfie cam when your phone is folded. But as soon…

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Microsoft Beats Amazon To Win USD 10 Billion JEDI Projects

Microsoft Beats Amazon To Win USD 10 Billion JEDI Projects

Microsoft has won the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, better known as JEDI, contract. The announcement was made on Friday by the Department of Defense. The contract is expected to be worth USD 10 and some of the world’s largest technology companies like Google, Oracle, IBM, and Amazon were eyeing for it. JEDI, a large United States Department of Defense cloud computing contract, will run for up to 10 years. Amazon Web Services was considered to be the front runner to win the deal because it not only dominates the cloud…

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Hepatitis A Outbreak Hits Multiple Counties in Washington among Homeless and drug Users

Hepatitis A Outbreak Hits Multiple Counties in Washington among Homeless and drug Users

Hepatitis A outbreak hits in multiple counties in Washington State. According to the Washington State Department of Health, the outbreak has majorly occurred in the people who are homeless as well as drug users. There are a total of 13 confirmed cases occurred, out of two cases are in King County, nine cases are in Spoken County, one case in Snohomish County and one case in Pend Oreille County. The incidence rate is comparatively high in the people who have less access or no access to the sanitation stated by…

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Vision hard at works on Mars and New satellite pictures show curiosity

Vision hard at works on Mars and New satellite pictures show curiosity

New images taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter include unique views on the Martian surface of NASA’s Vision lander and Interest rover. The Opportunity wanderer expired last year after being restricted by sand, ensuring that NASA has only two robotic reviews exploring the Martian superficial: the six-wheeled Interest traveler. And the Insight lander is still immobile. But flying high in space is the Mars of NASA Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), which periodically surveys Martian environments in pursuit of cool new stuff, such as dried-up waterway channels, fresh impact craters, and rare,…

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SpaceX to launch thirty thousand more Starlink Satellites

SpaceX to launch thirty thousand more Starlink Satellites

SpaceX has submitted documents to the International Telecommunication Union, ITU which administrates use of global bandwidth will launch 30,000 more satellites on top of 12,000 satellites already permitted to launch. SpaceX will likely operate with 42,000 satellites. A SpaceX spokesperson said that as the demand increases for fast and reliable internet worldwide, especially where connectivity is absent, expensive & unreliable. SpaceX is taking steps to expand Starlink’s network capacity responsibly. It’s latest plan is to involve engaging 30,000 satellites in multiple orbital planes at altitudes, which range from 205 to…

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NASA satellite starts to study ionosphere after wait of two years

NASA satellite starts to study ionosphere after wait of two years

A freezer sized satellite took off into space onboard an air-propelled Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket over the Atlantic Ocean, at extended last setting off on a US$ 252 million strategic test the dynamic limit locale where space and Earth’s environment meet. NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer, satellite traveled to space at the peak of the flying Pegasus XL launcher on a strategic over two years by issues with the rocket. The 634-pound (288-kilogram) ICON satellite conveys instruments to follow fluctuation in the ionosphere, a layer in the upper climate where…

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Latest Discovery of 20 Moons Has Made Saturn a Planet with Highest Number of Satellites

Latest Discovery of 20 Moons Has Made Saturn a Planet with Highest Number of Satellites

Now Saturn has overtaken Jupiter in case of moons, and the credit goes to 20 newly discovered moons. Scientists have found the latest fleet of natural satellites around the planet with rings, which has boosted Saturn’s total satellites to 82. The number marks three more than Jupiter as it has 79 moons. As per a press release of Carnegie Institution for Science, researchers want people to help them in the naming process of new moons. So you can help to name those new moons. The story does not end here….

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Apple will Repair iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus for Free

Apple will Repair iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus for Free

Apple has announced a new repair program for the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus devices. Specific devices from the lineup that won’t turn ON are eligible for the free repair from Apple. As the issue arises due to the faulty component from Apple, the company is calling for the customers who are facing issues for free repair. If the problem is verified to happened due to the faulty hardware from the time of manufacturing, Apple will take no money in fixing the smartphones. Apple said that the majority of…

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