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12/05/2017 / By Ethan Huff

The private central banking cartel is so worried about losing its grip on the financial instruments of the world that

http://www.risk.news/2017-12-05-federal-reserve-vice-chairman-declares-bitcoin-a-serious-risk-to-financial-stability-crypto-markets-plunge.html

12/04/2017 / By News Editors

As Bitcoin’s popularity soars, one of its early adopters is currently serving a life sentence for creating a website that

http://www.risk.news/2017-12-04-feds-steal-1-74-billion-in-bitcoin-kidnap-man-for-life-for-building-website-that-used-it.html

12/04/2017 / By Ethan Huff

You might not be able to see or touch it because it isn’t actually made up of real physical matter,

http://www.risk.news/2017-12-04-bitcoin-now-consuming-more-electricity-than-12-u-s-states-as-inefficient-mining-heads-for-collapse.html

12/03/2017 / By Mike Adams

It’s an inescapable pattern of human culture: Each new generation believes it is smarter and wiser than the generation before.

http://www.risk.news/2017-12-03-how-to-explain-the-bitcoin-bubble-to-young-people.html

11/30/2017 / By Ethan Huff

Because they exist fictitiously somewhere out there in cyberspace, digital cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin might seem like more eco-friendly alternatives to

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-30-bitcoin-is-powered-by-coal-massive-electricity-usage-to-mine-bitcoins-runs-mostly-on-coal-and-pollutes-the-world-with-mercury-and-smog.html

11/30/2017 / By Janine Acero

Children whose attention are always focused on television are more likely to avoid fruits and vegetables, according to scientists. Researchers

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-30-snack-food-vs-fruit-and-veggies-poor-diet-is-one-more-reason-to-limit-kids-screen-time.html

11/29/2017 / By Ethan Huff

As the online cryptocurrency known as Bitcoin reaches record price highs, many people are now asking themselves: Is Bitcoin really

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-29-bitcoin-on-track-to-consumer-the-entire-global-electricity-supply-by-the-year-2020.html

11/29/2017 / By Russel Davis

Today’s technological landscape makes for a seemingly unlimited marketplace of various browser functionalities and features that compromise a user’s privacy

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-29-privacy-watch-many-browsers-have-unnecessary-functions-that-could-compromise-your-online-security.html

11/29/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

You’ve probably heard of the placebo effect: Someone reports feeling better after taking a pill that is said to help

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-29-the-placebo-effect-of-surgery-new-evidence-shows-many-operations-such-as-getting-a-stent-for-angina-to-have-low-benefit-and-high-riski.html

11/29/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

When hiking in the mountains, it is likely that you will encounter some wild animals. And while some of them

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-29-5-seemingly-harmless-but-absolutely-dangerous-wild-animals-to-avoid-during-hikes.html

11/28/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Monsanto has a lot to hide. Repeatedly named as the world’s most evil corporation and known for inspiring protests around

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-28-monsanto-has-gone-to-great-lengths-to-keep-documents-secret-during-litigation-judge-threatened-sanctions.html

11/28/2017 / By Zoey Sky

While patients rely on various drugs to treat their health concerns, medical experts often overlook a crucial aspect of hospital

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-28-is-addiction-a-risk-of-going-to-the-hospital-new-model-of-care-suggests-offering-hospital-patients-addiction-services-regardless-of-why-they-are-there-to-close-the-gap-in-treatment.html

11/27/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Less than 10 years ago, a lone company in China advertised the e-cigarette as an unheard-of product that was a safer

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-27-why-safer-than-cigarettes-doesnt-mean-safe-understanding-how-e-cigarettes-work.html

11/27/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Nature may no longer be the primary force impacting evolution. A duo of researchers from the University of Toronto and

http://www.risk.news/2017-11-27-scientists-look-at-how-human-activity-has-altered-evolution-in-the-natural-world-the-consequences-of-exploding-populations-of-rats-bedbugs-mosquitoes-in-cities.html