newestnews

October, 2020

  • 2 October

    Contradiction in the statementUS President Donald Trump to downplay Covid-19’s seriousness.

    While acknowledging in a reported interview to have done so, US President Donald Trump has denied downplaying the severity of Covid-19.Mr Trump said he had “up-played” it during a TV event with voters.The assertion contradicts statements made by Mr Trump earlier this year to journalist Bob Woodward, when he said …

  • 2 October

    Developing countries are undergoing economic disasters: 4 avenues to be funded by the international community

    Developing nations are suffering economic disasters: 4 directions to be helped by the international communityOur hopes of growth would be badly impaired by the failure of the world economy, damaging production, disrupting supply chains and weakening the global financial system. Failure to control the worldwide dissemination of the virus would …

  • 1 October

    Covid 19 sheds a influence on the international economy

    The outbreak of Covid-19 has grown internationally and infected every corner of the global economy. It triggers missed income, destroys manufacturing chains, and slashes the global GDP by billions of dollars.Covid 19 sheds a influence on the international economyIn an abandoned retail area in Beijing, a guy wearing a defensive …

  • 1 October

    Ronald Koeman Coming hard TO Barcelona

    Ronald Koeman is beloved by Barcelona for scoring the club’s most meaningful goal ever, but this season his integrity will be strongly checked when he tries to guide a squad in need of major surgery across one of their worst periods in recent memory.Among the several duties of the Dutchman …

  • 1 October

    Are these diets safe for vegetarians?

    According to studies provided today at ESC Congress 2020, vegetarian diets are not similarly safe.Dr. Matina Kouvari of Harokopio University, Athens, Greece, said: “Our research emphasizes the complex nutritional content of plant foods.” In women, this effect was more obvious. Previous research has found that women prefer to consume more …

  • 1 October

    A new technique can make it safer to eat tomatoes

    FDA-approved food additives are successful in regulating pre-harvest tomato bacteria.They always focus on post-harvest washing to eliminate some foodborne pathogens as vegetable farmers harvest crops, but a recent study by the University of Georgia shows potential to minimize these pathogens — as well as reduce labor costs — by applying …

  • 1 October

    Feeding indoor cats once a day could boost your health

    Have you ever seen a cat look hungry? New Guelph University research indicates you might want to minimize — not raise — how often you feed them.Animal nutrition experts at U of G’s Ontario Veterinarian College (OVC) and the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) have discovered that feeding cats one major …

  • 1 October

    The extinct mega-shark eventually showed its true scale

    To date, only the length of the famed Megalodon giant shark has been measured. But now, the University of Bristol and Swansea University’s latest research has disclosed the scale of the majority of the anatomy, including fins that are as big as an adult human being.In deciding the scale of …

September, 2020