• March 16, 2023
After the COVID spike US pregnancies fell in 2022

After the COVID spike, US pregnancies fell in 2022

New data shows that the number of deaths among pregnant women in the United States fell to 2022 from six decades ago. According to the Centers for Disease Control and…

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How the farthest object made by humans is now in its final days

How the farthest object made by humans is now in its final days

The eyes of the entire world may be focused on Mars. Last week, the¬†Ingenuity helicopter flew, and the¬†Perseverance Rover made oxygen. Voyager 1, the oldest and farthest human-made space probe,…

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White House budget includes ambitious plan to eradicate the spread of hepatitis C

White House budget includes ambitious plan to eradicate the spread of hepatitis C

The Biden administration’s budget proposal for the fiscal year 2024, announced on Tuesday, aims to eradicate hepatitis C within the United States by creating a national program to combat the…

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The Sudden Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank is affecting a number of Indian Startups

The Sudden Collapse of Silicon Valley Bank is affecting a number of Indian Startups

The recent financial crisis of Silicon Valley Bank has impacted companies within the US and companies that are young in India, According to the report from TechCrunch on the 11th of March…

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South Korea Invests 18 Million in the Metaverse Fund a new fund

South Korea Invests $18 Million in the Metaverse Fund, a new fund

The South Korean Ministry of Science and ICT recently announced an investment in a fund to drive metaverse-related initiatives within the country. The Cointelegraph reports. South Korea is now capitalizing on…

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