Mike Anderson

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Mike has been a leading news writer at First News Editor. Apart from this, he is a content marketer, who secures an independent blog. Throughout his career, Mike has worked with many top companies and news agencies. At the First News Editor, he mainly focusses on writing stories related to Health and Technology. He covers articles comprising outbreaks, diseases, epidemics, medicines, and other health-related news. Additionally, Mike offers new arrivals in the Technology sector, including new gadgets, devices, games, controllers, etc.

stocks of asia fell as investors focused on treasury yields of us

Stocks of Asia fell as investors focused on Treasury yields of US

On Thursday afternoon, stocks in major markets of Asia dipped. Though the investors continued to watch the US Treasury yield curve, which was further reversed overnight. Before observing a partial recovery, the yield on the 30-year government bond fell to a record low of 1.907% from 1.9275% on Wednesday. In the afternoon, China’s mainland stock …

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british scientists invent ‘atomik’ vodka

British Scientists invent ‘Atomik’ Vodka

A group of scientists from Britain assisted in producing a vodka named Atomik, which is radioactivity-free. The vodka is prepared from crops near the site of Chernobyl, a worst nuclear disaster around 33 years ago. An explosion of reactor happened in Chernobyl power plant, which caused a cloud of radioactive dust across Europe. Portsmouth university …

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microsoft pushes silent update to patch data leakage from intel cpus

Microsoft Pushes Silent Update to Patch Data Leakage from Intel CPUs

Last year, Bitdefender found a vulnerability in Intel CPU’s and reported it privately to the company. The flaw is present in every Ivy Bridge series and Earlier CPUs from Intel and might affect millions of people. With the private report of the issue, Microsoft silently pushed a patch for the same flaw. By exploiting speculative …

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apple enforcing new privacy feature in ios 13 - restrictions on messaging apps

Apple Enforcing New Privacy Feature in iOS 13 – Restrictions on Messaging Apps

Online messaging and online calling apps are known as VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol. Such messaging apps always stay active in the background to receive messages and calls. Facebook’s Messenger and WhatsApp are the two most popular apps that have online messaging and calling feature. Today, Apple announced the new set of Privacy Feature, …

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microsoft claims russian state hackers hacked iot devices to breach networks

Microsoft Claims Russian State Hackers Hacked IoT Devices to Breach Networks

Microsoft officials claimed today that State-Sponsored Hackers of the Russian government are using the IoT devices to breach the networks. With the authority and sponsorship from the Russian Federation, a group of hackers is attacking the IoT devices like Printers, video decoders, CCTV cameras, and other devices to breach the connected networks. Microsoft officials got …

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Study Finds Eating White Meat is as Harmful as Red Meat for Cardiovascular Health

Study Finds Eating White Meat is as Harmful as Red Meat for the Cardiovascular Health

A small new study reveals white meat, like chicken, would also increase cholesterol levels same as red meat. A new study, published on Tuesday, in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, is raising issues against poultry and cholesterol. Thus replacing red meat to chicken to keep your cholesterol down may not be a good idea. …

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Two Studies Reveal Link Between Ultra-Processed Food, Heart Diseases and Early Death

Two Studies Reveal Link Between Ultra-Processed Food, Heart Diseases and Early Death

Ultra-processed food includes a vast range of food items, including prepared dishes, packaged-baked items, ice-cream and much more. Two new studies, published on Wednesday in the BMJ, reveal a link of ultra-processed food with increased risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death. The first study originated in France, discovered that 10% of ultra-processed food in …

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