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Parents' lies to children can turn them into bigger liars in adulthood

Researchers, in a study, have found that lying as parents can affect your children when they grow up as these lies are associated with detrimental effects when the child becomes an adult with other problems they face. The researchers said that the children when they grow up, face adjustment difficulties include disruptiveness, conduct problems, the experience of guilt and shame, as well as selfish and manipulative character. Do you think that parents should teach 'Honesty is the best policy' to their kids to avoid such circumstances? Src: https://bit.ly/35yhtH0

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Obesity associated with increased risk of cancer: Study

In the United States, a new study showed that people who get overweight before 40 are at an elevated risk of developing endometrial cancer by 70%, male renal-cell cancer by 58%, male colon cancer by 29%, and all obesity-related cancers by 15%. Professor Tone Bjorge, at the Department of Global Public Health and Primary Care, University of Bergen, stated that Obesity is an established risk factor for several cancers. It increases the risk by 64% for males and 48% for females. Src: https://bit.ly/2OFL37f

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UK's first lunar rover to walk on Moon with legs in 2021

The United Kingdom is preparing to launch its first lunar rover mission to the Moon in 2021. A lunar rover, with the new concept, with four legs rather than wheels, has been developed by a UK startup Spacebit. The rover will attempt to explore lava tubes from the Moon's surface. Spacebit says the plan is for subsequent missions to deploy swarms of rovers connected to the mothership which protect them at night and relay the data back to earth. Src: https://reut.rs/2VyOn5H

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Wrist identification algorithm may help catch criminals: Study

A new study on Wrist Identification has claimed that the identification of a wrist can help the forensic investigation and help authorities catch criminals. In the study, A Wrist Identification algorithm which includes skin segmentation, keypoint localisation, image to template alignment, large feature set extraction, and classification is proposed. The experimental results show that the wrist is a useful clue for criminal and victim identification. Do you think that in the future Wrist Identification will change the way of interrogation? Comment below. Src: https://bit.ly/328Qv6H

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