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One Technologies agrees to make Repayment of $22 Million to its Customers

One Technologies agrees to make Repayment of $22 Million to its Customers

One Technologies and its affiliates have agreed for a payback of $22 million under an agreement announced on Wednesday by the Federal Trade Commission and Illinois and Ohio.

Lunar Mission One Starts Raising Funds to Send Robotic Lander on the Moon

Lunar Mission One Starts Raising Funds to Send Robotic Lander on the Moon

It has been reported that a British-led venture called Lunar Mission One has started to collect funds for its mission, which aims to send a robotic lander with a monster drill to the moon.

Males, Females React Differently to Zero Gravity

Males, Females React Differently to Zero Gravity

According to a study, males and females respond in a different way to long exposure to zero gravity of space, with a resulting difference in health concerns.

GPS technology could help in understanding Dark Matter

GPS technology could help in understanding Dark Matter

As per two physicists, the Global Positioning System (GPS) can be a way to directly find out and measure dark matter, which is so far an elusive, but omnipresent form responsible for the formation of

Experts say higher salt intake will affect kidney

Experts say higher salt intake will affect kidney

A team of experts have said that a higher intake of salt leads to an increased risk of kidney problems in people.

Children being affected by anxiety

Children being affected by anxiety

Experts have said that a growing number of students are being affected by the problem of anxiety, which was once thought to a problem affecting the adults.

US-Canadian Agency to Carry Out In-depth Study on Problem of Algae

US-Canadian Agency to Carry Out In-depth Study on Problem of Algae

The continuous increase in the algae population in Lake Erie has led the US-Canadian agency to examine the problem in detail.

Science Lesson at School saves Student’s Life

Science Lesson at School saves Student’s Life

In Florida, fifth-grade teacher Michelle Digman and Tashawn Roberts, a 10-year-old student, were new to the school of Pinellas Park Elementary.

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Low Level of Vitamin D increases risk of early death: Study

Vitamin D deficiency can also lead to many problems, leading to an early death, finds a new study based on gene analysis. It involved 96,000 participants from large-scale population studies in Denmark.

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