E-cigarette may increase risk of lung disease
E-cigarette may increase risk of lung disease A new study has been done about the harm from e-cigarettes offered with the claim of a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes. It found that the use of e-cigarettes may increase the risk of lung diseases such as asthma and bronchitis (respiratory tract infections). According to researchers from the University of California at the US, the findings have been based on a study conducted on e-cigarettes and tobacco consumption for about 32 thousand people for three years. Professor Stanton Glantz, associated with this study, said, “Those who use e-cigarettes, despite controlling tobacco consumption, found a nearly three times higher risk of lung disease. On this basis, we have come to the conclusion that e-cigarettes are also harmful. ”Earlier studies also found a relationship between e-cigarettes and lung disease.
Risk of heart disease and stroke from air pollution
Increasing air pollution is believed to be the cause of many health problems. In a new study, researchers have found the harmful effects of air pollution on the health of humans and animals. This can also increase the risk of heart disease and stroke. According to researchers at Manchester University, UK, a large number of people die each year from heart disease and stroke, especially from airborne micro-particles or particulate matter (PM). Principal researcher and Associate Director of the British Heart Foundation Jeremy Pearson said, “We know that air pollution can have a damaging effect on the heart. The new study reveals its deeper connection. ‘
Presenting a unique robot that speaks hundred languages
Tehran, Agency: Tehran University in Iran has built a robot that can speak a hundred languages. It can also translate by understanding the same languages. It can recognize faces and kick the football. According to the report, the university’s Faculty of Engineering has designed the robot in four years. It is named Surena. It can pick up things. Can recognize up to 100 different objects. It can also greet people with folded hands. The robot Surena is 170 cm long and weighs 70 kg. Capable of running 700 meters in an hour. On bumpy ground, it can maintain balance by turning back and forth and right-left. Apart from this, it also has many qualities similar to humans.