Controversial Study Predicts What People Look Like From Their DNA

In a controversial new study, a biotech company says its algorithms can use your genome to build a computer-generated image of your face.

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Why Socialism: South Asian Context – OpEd

By Kazi Anwarul Masud In May 1949 Albert Einstein wrote an article titled WHY SOCIALISM? It gave indeed an insight into the philosophy of life of one the greatest human beings of the 20th century. …

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Theresa May Needs To Tell Britain The Truth About Brexit – OpEd

By Yossi Mekelberg* Asking the British people in a referendum for their opinion about Brexit was meant to bring to an end, at long last, the divisions within British society over the EU. Since the …

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India-Israel and the possibilities of collaboration in Africa

Africa, the world’s second largest continent has the enormous potential for development and growth. A strong alliance with mutual……

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Warning: the cost of Brexit could seriously damage your health service

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Witnessing Parental Psychological Abuse May Do More Harm Than Physical Abuse

Childhood exposure to parental psychological abuse — name-calling, intimidation, isolation, manipulation, and control — appears to be more damaging to children’s future mental health than witnessing physical violence between parents, according to a new study conducted at the University of Limerick (UL), Ireland. The researchers investigated how young children’s exposure to domestic violence between their parents affected them in their late teens and early 20s. The study is unique in that the researchers looked at the impact of psychological abuse separated from physical abuse — when both are present — and compared their impacts. Previous research has only looked at the impact of one or the other. The findings, published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, show that young people who grew up in homes with psychological abuse only tended to have poorer long-term mental health than those exposed to both psychological and physical violence. The long-term effects of children seeing

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BreastCheck – an appointment: Diagnosis cancer August 2017. No signs prior to visit.

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