Tourniquets could save critically injured shooting victims

Tourniquets could save critically injured shooting victims

Trauma surgeon explains how tourniquets and trained volunteers could save tens of lives After the mass shooting in Orlando, many of the 49 victims died of heavy bleeding due to the gunshot wounds. But it seems that in a life-or-death...
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Singapore: robots’ potential role in childhood education study

Singapore: robots’ potential role in childhood education study

The pilot study conducted by the Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) aims measuring the impact of social robots in early childhood education Robots are set to be attributed an important role in education in Singapore, with the latest IDA pilot study...
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Angela Merkel will attend WHS during May 23-24 in Istanbul, Turkey

Angela Merkel will attend WHS during May 23-24 in Istanbul, Turkey

The German Chancellor and other 50 important world-leaders will participate at the first-ever world humanitarian summit that addresses the global aid strategy Despite medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) announcing its withdrawal from attending WHS du...
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Robot helps development of autistic children

Robot helps development of autistic children

Darwin-OP2, a human-like robot, brings one of the most advanced technologies in assisted robotics and humanoid interaction Programmed by Korean Chung Hyuk Park, assistant professor of biomedical engineering at George Washington University, Darwin-OP2 was desig...
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ICE officials plan to change fingerprinting policy

ICE officials plan to change fingerprinting policy

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials has proposed that all people claiming custody of migrant children should be fingerprinted The U.S. immigration enforcement officers aim to fingerprint anyone claiming custody of migrant children ille...
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UnitedHealthcare expects massive financial losses

UnitedHealthcare expects massive financial losses

America’ largest health insurer pulls back from ObamaCare program, as it fears more than $1 billion losses UnitedHealthcare CEO Stephen Hemsley has announced that the health insurance company cannot cover market’s needs due to high risk imposed by ...
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“The Panama papers” explained

“The Panama papers” explained

Confidential tax havens reports have been revealed by a leaker and published by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)   Earlier this week, a series of confidential documents on the clients of a law firm located in Panama, that speci...
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