London, Sep 1st.- For some people, trigonometry may be only the reason for some sleepless nights during their school years.
Washington, Aug 30.- Florence asteroid of 4,4 kilometers of diameter, will approach the Earth on Friday without colliding risk, estimated today National Aeronautical Space Administration (NASA).
United Nations, Aug 29.- The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) warned today that more than 180 million people lack access to water in conflict zones throughout the world.
Havana, Aug 23.- Cuban speleologists have discovered a new cave painting site in a cave located at the Sierra Maestra mountain range, in southern Granma province, national media reported today.
Havana, Aug 21.- The solar eclipse that triggers great expectations today in the United States, will also be partially visible in the Caribbean and Latin America, according to specialized reports.
London, Aug 10.- Loneliest people are 50 percent more likely to die under any circumstances, as lack of personal relationships affects their health in dissimilar ways, according to a research published today on Plos Medicine.
Washington, Aug 8.- An orangutan capable of communicating through sign language died at 39 in Zoo Atlanta, Georgia, today reported that facility.
Washington, July 27.- Unborn babies are able to recognize the difference between two languages, scientists have found.
Washington, July 25.- Having a sugar-sweetened drink with a high-protein meal may negatively affect energy balance, alter food preferences and cause the body to store more fat, according to a study published in the open access journal BMC Nutrition.
Tokyo, July 24.- Japanese scientists have created an early diagnosis system for colorectal cancer based on artificial intelligence (AI), which is capable of detecting up to 98 percent of polyps and other carcinogenic signs, the Asahi daily reported today.