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World’s First Fully Automated Robotic Burger Chef in New Jersey, US – RoboBurger
RoboBurger, described as the world’s first completely autonomous robotic burger cook, just debuted at New Jersey City’s Newport Centre Mall. According to the business, it will soon be available in airports, shopping malls, colleges, offices, industries, and military posts around the country.
It is essentially a burger vending machine that serves freshly grilled burgers in six minutes without any human touch. And described on its website as the “greatest advance in hot food vending since the advent of the microwave.”
The robot chef cooks the patties, toasts the bun, distributes the condiments of choice, assembles the burger, and delivers it. The price of this burger is $6.99.
Regular mango consumption may improve immunity: Experts say
Mango is the king of fruits. While diabetics are generally advised to avoid mangoes, regular intake can help minimise chronic disease problems. This is according to research published in Nutrients and Nutrition, Metabolism, and Cardiovascular Diseases.
According to this research published, regular mango eating provides beneficial results in nutrient intake, diet quality, and weight. The study compared the diets and nutritional intakes of mango eaters to those who did not consume mangoes using data from the United States National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2001-2018.
It also shows that youngsters who eat mango daily had higher intakes of immune-boosting vitamins A, C, and B6, as well as fibre and potassium. The study also found that regular consumption connects with lower sugar and salt intake in adults.
Just a tiny droplet of Covid-19 virus enough for the infection: New Study
According to new human challenge research published in the journal Nature Medicine, it just takes a little virus-laden droplet to infect someone with Covid-19. Human challenge studies include exposing volunteers to viruses or other infections to evaluate their impact on the human body.
The trial began on March 31 with 36 volunteers ranging in age from 18 to 29 years old and with no history of illness or immunisation.
The research was carried out in ten stages. To reduce their chances of developing severe disease, the researchers gave the antiviral drug remdesivir to the first ten infected volunteers. The participants were exposed to the virus by inhaling a tiny drop of fluid carrying the virus’s original strain through a long, thin tube put into their noses.
They were also intensively watched medically 24 hours a day at the quarantine ward at London’s Royal Free Hospital, which had specific ventilation to prevent the virus from escaping.
Approximately 53% of participants became infected within 5 days of inoculation. Further, approximately 83% of participants had developed a loss of sense of smell.
Smoking can cause eye blindness: An expert explains
“Smoking is the fourth major cause of non-communicable illnesses, accounting for 53% of all fatalities in India. Many people are aware of the negative repercussions of smoking. But only a few are aware that smoking may also impact the eyes and lead to vision loss”. Dr Aaradhana Reddy, Vitreo – Retina Surgeon, Sadhuram Eye Hospital, Hyderabad, has stated.
Toxins included in cigarette smoke enter the circulation. Then, transported throughout the body, including the eyes, according to the expert.
“This can result in different types of eye disorders. Furthermore, cigarette smoke can impact the tissues surrounding the eyes, creating eyelid disorders and under-eye puffiness,” she explained.
According to a survey, 34.6 per cent of adults in India smoke. In addition, smoking kills over one million people in the country each year.
Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden opened in Srinagar; Best tourist spot in Summer
Asia’s largest tulip garden in Srinagar is officially available to tourists. After finishing tweaks to help bring out the ethereal beauty of the blossoms on the slopes of the Zabarwan range.
The Indira Gandhi Memorial Tulip Garden, originally Siraj Bagh, contains around 15 million tulips of over 60 types. The garden’s headline attraction during spring in Kashmir which heralds the start of peak tourist season.
The garden, which spans 30 hectares, also includes Daffodil, Hyssen, and Muscari blossoms. This year, there will also be an open-air cafeteria to accommodate the vast number of visitors that come to see this site. And also a Sakura Garden on the east side, which is still under construction.