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  • 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.

  • Air Pollution - The Environmental And Health Impacts

    Air Pollution - The Environmental And Health Impacts

    Air pollution is one of the most serious problems of our time, not only because of its effect on climate change, but also because of its impact on public and individual health as a result of rising morbidity and mortality. Many pollutants are significant contributors to human disease. Particulate Matter (PM), which consists of particles of varying but very small diameter, enters the respiratory system through inhalation and causes respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, reproductive and central nervous system dysfunctions, and cancer.

  • Heterogeneity Has Consequences On Ecological Systems

    Heterogeneity Has Consequences On Ecological Systems

    Heterogeneity is a naturally chosen aspect of ecological interactions.

  • Scientific Research - How To Start Your Researcher Career?

    Scientific Research - How To Start Your Researcher Career?

    Scientific research and their researchers are often forgotten in our society. Their advances in different fields of knowledge allow society to evolve...

  • MRNA Vaccines - Beyond COVID-19 Pandemic

    MRNA Vaccines - Beyond COVID-19 Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the potential of synthetically modified mRNA to tackle a variety of illnesses in an effective and safe manner.

  • Study Links Viagra To Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s

    Study Links Viagra To Lower Risk of Alzheimer’s

    We all know that these tiny blue tablets may be a good companion in the bedroom, but it turns out that recent study links Viagra to lower risk of Alzheimer's. According to this recent discovery, these blue pills can also help you stay in better mental shape and reduce the risk of Alzheimer's by 70%.

  • Recent Research On Cannabis 2022

    Recent Research On Cannabis 2022

    There are now approximately 140 active clinical trials examining cannabidiol's therapeutic potential. Simply go to ClinicalTrials.gov to see what studies are currently being conducted. On the recent research on cannabis, a search of PubMed.gov, a database of scientific studies and reviews maintained by the US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, yielded more than 500 such papers.

  • Carbon Monoxide Emission Lines In Jupiter's Ultrahot Atmosphere Indicate A Thermal Inversion Layer – New Study Reveals

    Carbon Monoxide Emission Lines In Jupiter's Ultrahot Atmosphere Indicate A Thermal Inversion Layer – New Study Reveals

    For the first time, carbon monoxide emission lines with high spectral resolution were found for the first time in an exoplanet's infrared thermal spectrum on a daytime basis.

  • Are Dairy And Grains Still Food Groups?

    Are Dairy And Grains Still Food Groups?

    "Milk and alternatives" and "meat and alternatives" were two of the four food groups in the previous food guide, however, they are now combined. Lower-fat milk, yogurt, kefir, and cheese are all examples of protein foods provided by Health Canada. Bread, tortillas, rice, pasta, and breakfast cereals made from wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal, barley, or other grains are examples of grain foods.

  • Surgical Implantation Of Bluetooth Device In Ear

    Surgical Implantation Of Bluetooth Device In Ear

    After failing several times since enrolling in college 11 years ago, a medical student in India did surgically implantation of a Bluetooth device into ear to cheat on his final exam.

  • Scientists Proposed OntoProtein For Protein Models

    Scientists Proposed OntoProtein For Protein Models

    The first universal framework, OntoProtein, incorporates structure from Gene Ontology into protein modeling.

  • Elderly Opioids Addiction Overdose Deaths Rising In USA

    Elderly Opioids Addiction Overdose Deaths Rising In USA

    Opioid overdose fatalities among seniors are at an all-time high. Overdose fatalities among Americans aged 55 and older increased by 1,886% from 1999 to 2015.

  • Study Of Neural Models Finds A Better Integration Of The Social Sciences

    Study Of Neural Models Finds A Better Integration Of The Social Sciences

    Some intriguing new methods to neural models for conversation analysis include identifying the emotion, discourse actions, and sentiment polarity.

  • COVID-19 XE Variant – An Emerging Threat

    COVID-19 XE Variant – An Emerging Threat

    The emergence of a new COVID - 19 variant SARS Cov-2 Variant XE has raised concerns over its potential spread, triggering a pandemic if left unchecked.

  • Cyanobacterial Phototaxis Modeling For Active Matter System

    Cyanobacterial Phototaxis Modeling For Active Matter System

    Cyanobacterial phototaxis is the collective motility of bacteria observed under various conditions.