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New Study Proves Everything Trump Said About Coronavirus is a Lie
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New Study Proves Everything Trump Said About Coronavirus is a Lie

Scientific data show longer lockdowns can successfully delay a second wave of cases and prevent healthcare systems from collapsing. Donald Trump seems blissfully unaware of the consequences of disregarding public health advice. Though the U.S. is one of the hardest hit by coronavirus, Trump is unwilling to issue a nation-wide lockdown. Donald Trump has been…

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Italian Study: Most Who Died from Coronavirus Had Pre-Existing Condition
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Italian Study: Most Who Died from Coronavirus Had Pre-Existing Condition

An Italian study revealed that most of the patients who have died from the coronavirus previously had some type of illness or pre-existing condition. But while these people are dying, the majority of coronavirus patients in hospitals are younger, healthier people — and they’re being prioritized by hospital staff. The average age of those who…

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U.N. Study: 90% of People Hold ‘Deeply Ingrained Bias’ Against Women
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U.N. Study: 90% of People Hold ‘Deeply Ingrained Bias’ Against Women

Nearly 90 percent of the world’s population — of both genders — holds some form of prejudice against women, according to a U.N. study published Friday as a preview to International Women’s Day. The “Gender Social Norms” index analysed biases in areas such as politics and education in 75 countries. Its release came as twice-failed…

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Study of YouTube comments finds evidence of radicalization effect
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Study of YouTube comments finds evidence of radicalization effect

Research presented at the ACM FAT 2020 conference in Barcelona today supports the notion that YouTube’s platform is playing a role in radicalizing users via exposure to far-right ideologies. The study, carried out by researchers at Switzerland’s Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne and the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil, found evidence that users…

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Study: Opioid Deaths Rise in Towns Where U.S. Auto Plants Have Closed
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Study: Opioid Deaths Rise in Towns Where U.S. Auto Plants Have Closed

Opioid deaths sharply rise in American communities where multinational automakers have closed their United States plants and outsourced those jobs to foreign countries, the latest medical study confirms. The study by acclaimed researchers, published in JAMA Internal Medicine, notes that American communities that experienced an auto plant closure within the last five years saw a…

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Study: Immigration to Redistribute 26 Congressional Seats to Blue States
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Study: Immigration to Redistribute 26 Congressional Seats to Blue States

The nation’s illegal and legal immigration system will help shift 26 congressional seats, primarily from red states, and redistribute them to mostly blue states next year, according to new analysis. Every year, the United States imports about 1.2 million legal immigrants who largely arrive to reunite with foreign relatives already in the country. This level…

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Study: Amazon, Microsoft, Putting World at Risk with ‘Killer AI’
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Study: Amazon, Microsoft, Putting World at Risk with ‘Killer AI’

A new report alleges that firms such as Amazon and Microsoft are putting the world at risk through the development of killer robots and deadly AI. The International Business Times reports that a new study by Dutch NGO Pax questioned why so many modern tech companies are developing military-related software that could lead to the death…

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