Tokyo Olympics 2020 VS Covid-19

Are you an Olympic fan? Today, let us talk a bit about the latest Olympic Games and latest news we have on this huge event. Okay so! the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympic Games 2020 were meant to be held in Tokyo, Japan in the year 2020, but unfortunately the world was faced by a global…

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10 Richest People on the Planet

Can you believe despite the Covid-19 pandemic and worldwide layoffs some people still managed to be the richest people on the planet? Yes that’s right! And on top of that, these people just keep getting richer by the time. These business tycoons have all this wealth coming in from either their shares in different international…

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Best New Year Quotes

Have you ever wondered what to write on a handmade card which you made yourself for a loved one? Have you ever not been sure of what to pen down on a birthday card or a get well soon card or a New Year card? Because same! It is always a huge situation of uncertainty…

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10 upcoming Cars, SUVs and Trucks in 2021

Upcoming models of automotive vehicles are new hype of the new world! Some of us follow the updates on the new launches of these automobiles, their specifications and prices like religion! Who does not want to know every little detail about the car they are investing in? Definitely all of us do! To make good…

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The Progress on Covid-19 Vaccine So Far

Science says that planet earth faces a viral outbreak after every 2-3 decade. Sometimes it spreads on a smaller scale and other times it is out of control for number of years until it is contained. Sometimes humans are successful to eradicate it like smallpox and other times they fail, like in the case of…

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An easy guide to make Dalgona Coffee

“The powers of a man’s mind are directly proportional to the quantity of coffee he drinks”- James Mackintosh Are you also a coffee addict? I mean who isn’t!? Because researches and global surveys say 87% of the world population consumes coffee on a daily basis. Finland and Sweden topped the list for the year 2019.…

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New Year Resolutions

“For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice!” – T.S. Eliot December is the time of the year when everyone is thinking about New Year that is around the corner. Every year that passes by has people, habits, memories etc. (sometimes pandemics) that we want to get…

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Why Are Video Games Bad For Us?

Playing video games is a great way to relax and interact with your online friends after a long day. It was assumed that teenagers play video games more often than adults but recent studies have shown that adults are fond of gaming as much as the teenagers are. We have always been presented with the…

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Why Do Nails Become Brittle?

Nails are a very important and protective part of your body which are made up of layers of keratin. They are responsible for the protection of your toes and fingers. Your skin and hair cells are also made up of keratin and it keeps them from getting damaged. It is very common for our nails…

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Why Do We Get Hiccups?

Diaphragm is the muscle which separates our chest from our abdomen and plays a vital role in breathing. When this muscle contracts we get hiccups. Every time the diaphragm contracts it is followed by a sudden closure of our vocal cords and this is why a typical “hic” sound is produced. There are many causes…

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Why Do Children Eat Dirt? Causes And Treatment

Parents in most cases are really worried because their toddler is not eating well when it comes to food. However they like to put everything else right into their mouths. In most cases it is very normal because children at this age are very active and like to explore all that they can put their…

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What Is Sleepwalking And How Is It Dangerous?

Have you ever slept at one place and woke up at another? If so, you might be one of the 7% people in the world who have experienced sleepwalking once in the lives. Sleepwalking also known as somnambulism, is more common in children. However, 1.5% of adults face this problem even beyond their childhood years.…

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Why Do We Sneeze?

Sneezing, also known as sternutation is one of our body’s basic self-defense mechanisms against invading foreign particles, bugs or bacteria. When a foreign matter like a particle of dirt, dust, pollen or a smoke particle enters our nose, it causes a tickle or an irritation and as a result our body senses it. This is…

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Why Don’t I Dream At Night?

Dreams are the succession of different images, emotions, sensations and ideas which usually occurs in a human brain when a person is going through different stages of their sleep. Some people dream more than other people. Some of us feel like we dream but when we wake up in the morning we don’t remember anything…

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Why is there a sudden dip in ratings of Facebook?

Ratings of Facebook dropped from 4.5 to 2.2 on App store and 2.3 on Google Play store recently and everyone has been wondering, what’s the matter with world’s most popular social media platform. Facebook is losing its rating game because its users have been giving it one star rating on app store and google play.…

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Why Is The Sky Blue?

Among all of the perennial questions children ask about this planet, the most common would be “why is the sky blue?” Either we have asked this question at some point in our childhood or we have children asking us this question now. The answer of this question lies within the ultimate source of light on…

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Where Does The Sky Start?

Sky is a term we use to explain a recipe of gases present above us. However, sky is not a scientific term to explain the phenomenon. Scientists like using the word atmosphere to explain the blue roof above our heads. You must have also wondered that the sky does not seem to end anywhere and…

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