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British citizens could receive £10,000 from the government
A UK think tank has proposed unconditional payments for all citizens under 55 as a step towards a Universal Basic Income
Bitcoin: Is the worst part over?
After a bumpy start this year, the criptocurrency seems to be recovering
United States: The next leading exporter of oil?
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The government of the United Kingdom has decided to tackle the issue of solitude
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How are new technologies influencing healthcare?
These inventions and new strategies are changing the way we perceive treatment
Exposure to dim light can impair learning ability
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Are low levels of alcohol good for the brain?
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It is important to recognize the symptoms to tell whether you have this contagious in...
Where does anxiety come from?
A new study has shown that it seems to be controlled by a group of cells in the hippocampus and they...
Liga MX: will first and second division disappear?...
Silver League teams have expressed their dissatisfaction with this measure
What is the fate of James Rodriguez?
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The NFL is back
American football teams are already preparing for the 2018-2019 season
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Could the recent seismic activity in the area be the announcement of a major earthquake?
Mexico: Is it legal to exploit protected areas?
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Colombia will run for its forests
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The desert oasis has served to experience one of the most popular adventure tours in South America
Living like a former guerrilla member?
The objective of this new Colombian hotel is to tell the story of the insurgency and acquire better income
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