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FBI vs. The Apple: iPhone Encryption Battle

The battle lines are clear: the FBI is using the courts to try to force Apple to write malware that will provide a backdoor into the iPhone the Feds recovered at the recent San Bernardino terrorist shootings

Noise Pollution

Noise pollution affects a large number of Europeans, becoming quickly one of the most underrated environmental problems that take severe toll on human health. YDS kelime listeleri, Kelime Testleri, Mini YDS testleri, ve makaleyi dinleme özellikleri, yeni

Say You did, Even if You didn’t

Criminal justice in Japan On the face of it Japan’s system of criminal justice looks as if its gets a lot right. Crime rates are lower in Japan than almost anywhere else—the murder rate is less than

Love on the Rocks

Love stories generally build up to a romantic climax and then end, leaving us with the impression that the couple lived happily ever after. Sadly, the reality is rarely as rosy as this. In the first flush

Coffee makes you better and healthier

Drinking coffee could help people become more ethical at work, and stave off diabetes, according to two new studies. Tired workers are less likely to resist unethical influence from senior colleagues, and the equivalent of a large

Mosquitoes Prefer Some People to Others

Have you ever wondered why some people wake up covered in mosquito bites while others are untouched? Doctors studying malaria transmission have revealed that it is all in the genes. The way we protect ourselves against diseases

How to Reduce the Belly Fat?

What is the best way to cut down on belly fat if weight-loss is not necessarily the goal? Belly fat is pernicious. Most of it consists of visceral, or deep, fat, which is physiologically different from subcutaneous

What is the Difference between Rich and Poor?

The poorest people in the UK have up to eight fewer teeth than the richest people by the time they are 70, according to the results of a study released in the Journal of dental Health today.

The Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life

Exercise has had a Goldilocks problem, with experts debating just how much exercise is too little, too much or just the right amount to improve health and longevity. Two new, impressively large-scale studies provide some clarity, suggesting