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The Big Bang theory, a well-known model of the Universe proposed a century ago by the astronomer Georges Lemaître, is one of the most well-known

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Known as one of the most common worldwide health issues, obesity affects all organs, including the brain. Many people are not aware that the term

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For centuries now, we have become accustomed to simply taking a dose of medicine when our body temperature rises the slightest bit. After all, from

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The first of October marks the start of breast cancer awareness month. Cancer is known as abnormal cell growth, but breast cancer is actually a

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