CDC Says Regular Use Of Skin Lightening Creams Can Damage The Nervous System

CDC Says Regular Use Of Skin Lightening Creams Can Damage The Nervous System

A Mexican skin lightening cream, which has high mercury content, has damaged a women’s central nervous system. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has conducted a case study and found out that the cream has a type of organic mercury called methylmercury, which has caused severe nerve damage to the woman. It is the first case of mercury poisoning in the US in the last 50 years. It has taken several weeks to heal the nerve damage of the woman after the initial hospitalization. The woman is being…

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Samsung got hit on its new phone called “Galaxy S10”

Samsung got hit on its new phone called “Galaxy S10”

Samsung is famous for sharing all the product details in public. However, the company welcome the product leak method and rumors, which makes excitement in the audience for the upcoming product. But competitors like Apple, keep on its forthcoming series on iPhone. What would be the upcoming changes in the new modal makes a fascination among the iPhone lovers. Samsung offers a cheaper smartphone then Apple. And the consumer generally knows about the upcoming modal of Samsung before its launch. And this kind of positioning gives success to the new…

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Peter Schiff said Next Recession Is Going To Be More Brutal

Peter Schiff said Next Recession Is Going To Be More Brutal

The current economic decisions taken by the Fed and the government has made many controversies. People did not think the Fed will have to cut the rate of interest for more than two times. While giving an interview, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital Peter Schiff said that the Fed’s decision to expand balance sheet in the form of “unofficial” quantitative easing would increase inflation. Fed’s decision is as expected, but it will create some problems in the way of recession, Peter said in an interview. He mentioned the fact that…

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IFF takes over with DuPont nutrition division in $ 26.2 billion deal

IFF takes over with DuPont nutrition division in $ 26.2 billion deal

International Flavours & Fragrances Inc. (IFF) has reached a $ 26.2 billion contract with the nutrition division of DuPont Inc. and beat the Irish Kerry Group. This deal will create a new company that includes DuPont’s nutrition business and bidder’s assets. The market value of these two new companies will reach $ 45.4 billion, DuPont shareholders will receive 55.4% of the shares, and IFF shareholders will receive 44.6%. The deal is the largest IFF in New York’s history, and the company produces flavors and fragrances for personal care, beverages, food,…

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Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter is Planning an African Sojourn

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter is Planning an African Sojourn

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Twitter and a Billionaire, is one of the busiest people in the world with the work of Payments Processor Square too. Amidst all his business, he spent the entire month of November in Africa, mainly to interact and meet with potential entrepreneurs. Further, Dorsey also publicly announced that he wanted to spend around half of the next year in Africa too. The man tweeted that he was upset because he had to leave so early this time. Along with that, he praised the development happening…

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Oppo’s new flagship will use a faster autofocus custom Sony sensor

Oppo's new flagship will use a faster autofocus custom Sony sensor

Oppo is known for sometimes interesting smartphone photography attempts, including its experimental lenses under the screen and 10x hybrid zoom, due to its absence in the United States. As Engadget learned earlier today from a conversation with Oppo, its next flagship mobile, the Find X2, will focus on something more fundamental and precise autofocus (AF) and faster, politeness of a custom Sony sensor. As seen on the best recent smartphone cameras, traditional phase-detection autofocusses (PDAF) only works by identifying pattern variations in the vertical direction. In other words, PDAF would…

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NASA Shares the Map of Water on Mars

NASA Shares the Map of Water on Mars

NASA is getting ready to send the humans on Moon and Mars. With the latest mission undergoing to send the humans on Mars, the agency has shared the vital map of the water presence on Mars. NASA has found a few ideal spots for landing the spacecraft on the surface of the mars, which may have the water presence. With the spots having water underneath the surface in ice form, it’d be more comfortable for the astronauts to explore and perform the experiments on the surface of Mars. In the…

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Adobe Shopping Data Reveals 40% of the Online Black Friday Purchases Were Made with Smartphones

Adobe Shopping Data Reveals 40% of the Online Black Friday Purchases Were Made with Smartphones

Many people have purchased various products from the great Black Friday shopping sale. But most of the users have used smartphones for the buying process. According to Adobe shopping data, 39% of online Black Friday purchases have been performed with smartphones. Even more, Adobe Analytics data has revealed that Small Business Saturday has broken records with $3.6 billion in online sales. Vivek Pandya, a lead analyst at Adobe, said both large and small retailers similarly had boosted Small Business Saturday. As per the analyst, the weekend amid Black Friday sale…

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Pancreatic cancer can be treated in 14 days by injecting PJ34 molecule

pancreatic cancer can be treated in 14 days by injecting pj34 molecule

Tel Aviv University develops a new treatment to eradicate the number of pancreatic cancer cells by injecting a PJ34 molecule for two weeks daily. This treatment approximately destroys pancreatic cancer cells up to 90%. Pancreatic cancers are treated depending on stages and how long it has spread into the patient’s body. Health research survey says that people who have pancreatic cancer cannot live for more than five years. The fourth leading cause of cancer death is pancreatic cancer. So it must be cured with the most effective treatment. The current…

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School shuts down: Pupils are sick due to Norovirus outbreak

school shuts down: pupils are sick due to norovirus outbreak

A school of Northern Ireland was shut down for the whole week due to the Norovirus outbreak, which results in attendance downfall. Many schools across Northern Ireland had to close for deep cleans following norovirus outbreaks that have affected hundreds. On Wednesday, the board of trustees confirmed they had decided for four school closures. But many schools stated that higher numbers of students had been affected. Principal Matthew Pitts said that in our school out of around 1600 students, almost 50% were sick. The majority of schools have been facing…

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