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  • Men May Have A Greater Cancer Rate Due To Biological Differences

    Men May Have A Greater Cancer Rate Due To Biological Differences

    For many years, lifestyle elements including smoking, drinking, and eating habits were blamed for this gap. But more recent studies imply that there are also other elements at work.

  • Drought Worsens In France As Part Of The River Loire Dries Up

    Drought Worsens In France As Part Of The River Loire Dries Up

    The worst drought caused by climate change in several decades has led to a reduction in the size of Europe's major rivers. As water resources continue to dwindle, nearly the whole country of France is currently subject to some form of water rationing or limitation, and in many French communes, the water coming out of the taps has been completely cut off.

  • New CRISPR Trial Could Cure High Cholesterol Permanently

    New CRISPR Trial Could Cure High Cholesterol Permanently

    As much as a quarter of the American population struggles with high cholesterol. This waxy substance is made by the liver and appears in some of the meals we eat. Two forms of it exist, and both can be found in the blood. You'll be better able to ward off illness if your blood has a healthy concentration of the first type, HDL. But LDL can lead to excessive cholesterol and raise the danger of cardiovascular disease.

  • Extreme Heat Has Made China's Zero COVID Policy Risky For Front-Line Health Care Workers

    Extreme Heat Has Made China's Zero COVID Policy Risky For Front-Line Health Care Workers

    Due to the extreme heat, China's zero-COVID policy has become much more difficult – and dangerous – for front-line health care personnel. China is being struck on two fronts right now: the heat and the spike in COVID. It has the potential to be highly harmful to medical personnel.

  • The FDA Approves Intradermal Use Of Jynneos Monkeypox Vaccine

    The FDA Approves Intradermal Use Of Jynneos Monkeypox Vaccine

    The FDA Approves Intradermal Use of Jynneos Monkeypox Vaccine. The Jynneos vaccine may be administered intradermally to treat monkeypox, according to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

  • The Evolution Of Mars Rovers During The Last 25 Years

    The Evolution Of Mars Rovers During The Last 25 Years

    The fact that the Mars rovers have visited so many diverse locations has allowed scientists to understand frozen Mars' history better. Few tasks are more complicated than launching a robot into orbit and having it land safely. On the morning of July 4, 1997, mission controllers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, hoped against hope to safely land a spacecraft on Mars.

  • Super-Earth Discovered Close To Habitable Zone Of Red Dwarf

    Super-Earth Discovered Close To Habitable Zone Of Red Dwarf

    Even just within our own galaxy, the Milky Way, there are at least one hundred billion red dwarfs. Red dwarfs are tiny stars that account for around three-quarters of all the stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way. A star called Ross 508, which has approximately one-fifth of the mass of the sun, is an example of a red dwarf star.

  • The Tonga Volcano Sent Enough Water Into The Air To Warm The Planet For A Short Time, Scientists Reported

    The Tonga Volcano Sent Enough Water Into The Air To Warm The Planet For A Short Time, Scientists Reported

    NASA says that the eruption sent a plume of water vapor into the stratosphere.

  • Why 99% Of Sea Turtle Babies Are Now Born Female, According To Biologists

    Why 99% Of Sea Turtle Babies Are Now Born Female, According To Biologists

    The number of sea turtles has been going down for a long time, and climate change is making the problem worse.

  • Scientists Revive Dead Cells In Pigs

    Scientists Revive Dead Cells In Pigs

    In a possible breakthrough, a group of scientists were able to get the blood flowing again in pigs that had been dead for an hour. This could change the new definition of death. They were also able to get some organs' cells to work again. Researchers at Yale University say they were able to restore blood flow and other cellular functions in dead pigs an hour after they died.

  • High Cost Of Care For Cancer In The USA Is Not Improving Survival Rates

    High Cost Of Care For Cancer In The USA Is Not Improving Survival Rates

    According to a study published in JAMA Health Forum, despite spending twice as much on cancer care as the average high-income countries, the United States' cancer death rate is only slightly better than average. It is commonly known that there is a high cost of care for cancer in the United States, and that patients in the United States enjoy earlier access to innovative cancer therapies.

  • All You Need To Know About Vaping To Quit Tobacco Smoking?

    All You Need To Know About Vaping To Quit Tobacco Smoking?

    Smoking has been declining worldwide for several years now. The reason: people are living more consciously and paying more attention to their health.

  • Scientists Don't Know Why The Earth Is Rotating Faster And Shortening Days

    Scientists Don't Know Why The Earth Is Rotating Faster And Shortening Days

    The discovery mystifies scientists that the Earth is rotating faster than usual, resulting in shorter days.

  • Agate Birthstone - A Prehistoric Stone That Is Still Used Today In Many Different Ways, Including Jewelry

    Agate Birthstone - A Prehistoric Stone That Is Still Used Today In Many Different Ways, Including Jewelry

    A rough stone that has been carved into a birthstone is called an agate birthstone. Most of the time, it is made of agate, which is a type of quartz that is not crystalline, carnelian agate gemstone, coldwater, greek agate, fire agate types, Brazilian, and polyhedroid are the most common types of agate.

  • Hanyak - Traditional Korean Medicine Thrives In Modern Times

    Hanyak - Traditional Korean Medicine Thrives In Modern Times

    People and nations consistently make way for progress, but it doesn’t necessarily mean abandoning traditional ways. For Koreans, hanyak, their traditional Korean medicine, will always have a special place in modern society.

  • Verticillium Wilt Of Cacao - Effects Of Its Integrated Management

    Verticillium Wilt Of Cacao - Effects Of Its Integrated Management

    The vascular condition, the soil borne fungus verticillium dahliae, is responsible for the verticillium wilt of cacao (Theobroma cacao), which is frequently categorized as a minor disease. Locally, it can yet result in significant losses, as in western Uganda and the northeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo, for instance.

  • The Best Tips For Winning In Bingo In Australia

    The Best Tips For Winning In Bingo In Australia

    Winning a bingo involves a whole different set of skills than winning any online casino game. Bingo games need greater attention, reflexes, and, in general, more engagement. When it comes to hunting for free money at Bingo, there is nothing better than getting the free money with the best online casino bonuses.

  • PhyB - Functions, Effects And Importance For Plant Growth

    PhyB - Functions, Effects And Importance For Plant Growth

    In a temperature-dependent way, phyB connects with the promoters of important target genes.