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Breath Analysis Could Help Diagnose Pul...

A pilot study, published in the October 2012 issue of the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer's (IASLC) Journal of Thoracic Oncology, showed that breath testing could be used to discriminate between benign and malignant pulmonar...

Concerning the Keystone XL Pipeline

Analysis shows that S. 1 (114th congress) is defective, more so than HR 4286 (113th congress), with little chance of policy success and high probability of unexpected consequences.

Making a Simple Mask at Home

Covid-19 remains an elusive virus as to how it is transmitted from one person to the next. On that, it is imperative to protect yourself. A simple home made mask is a step in the right direction. Any form of defense is better than none. According to a ...

Social Network as Educational Tools

While there are many social platforms, it is imperative to find one that shares your interest. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are just the tip of social media iceberg; there are more applications out there and more to come; in so doing, ...

The Indispensability of Mathematics

To understand all physical phenomena, mysteries, and the existence of humanity, mathematics is the gate of entry. It is the universal language of civilization.

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