Thursday, October 22, 2020

Health

Women with cervical cancer face stress in diagnostic workup

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According to Qing Shen, PhD, researcher in the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm "Cervical cancer screening is...

Nutritional Benefits of Daily Tea Intake

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Previous studies have proved that tea intake is advantageous to human health, and the beneficial impacts include mood improvement and cardiovascular disease prevention. Outcomes...

Cold water swimming might delay the onset of dementia

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Cold water swimming could help protect the brain against dementia and different degenerative diseases, according to a research. Scientists investigating swimmers in London‘s Parliament Hill...

Inspirational story of a stroke survivor

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Research reported that 85% of stroke survivors are being warned that their healings would be restricted to their experiences within the first year. Yet, here...

Fructose might be linked to ADHD and bipolar disorder

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The food we consume can have impact on our emotions and mood. Our diet may be linked to symptoms associated to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder...

Nigeria restarts yellow fever vaccination

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Nigeria has restarted Yellow fever vaccination while putting covid-19 safety measures in line. This was disclosed by the WHO Regional Office for Africa in...

Science

The First Star To Send Fast Radio Bursts Is Sending It...

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The first star to send fast radio bursts from inside the Milky Way is sending it again. The star, Magnetar SGR 1935+2154, emitted the...

Geologists recover controversial missing tectonic plate

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Geologists recover controversial missing tectonic plate that some assumed never existed. The presence of a tectonic plate dubbed Resurrection has been a topic of controversy...

Volcanic eruption in Siberia caused the biggest extinction

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The massive mass extinction incident in Earth’s history was caused by a volcanic eruption in Siberia that poured out carbon dioxide (CO2) into the...

U.S to collect asteroid samples for return to Earth

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After about two years spiraling an old asteroid hundreds of millions of miles away, a NASA spacecraft this week will try to go to...

SpaceX 1st trip to Mars could launch in 4 years –...

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SpaceX is nearly ready to begin erecting a permanent human territory on Mars with its large Starship rocket. The private spaceflight company moving to launch...

Climatic change responsible for early humans extinction

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Climatic change might be the reason for the extinction of the early humans. Out of the six or more various species of early humans, under...

Technology

Google Play Music Is Officially Gone

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Google has announced its intention to delete Google Play Music over a year ago and now it has officially implemented it. Google Play Music...

Users can’t see vital parts of phone due to Android 11...

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Android 11 was released on September 8th being just over a month old, but there are already loads of complaints from users about apps...

Edible packets made from seaweed to replace plastics

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Humans manufacture more than 300 million tons of plastic a year, half of which is single-use and approximately 26.8 million tons ends up in...

Woman models for Kurt Geiger and Primark after losing leg

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A 22 year old woman, Bernadette Hagans, from West Belfast who lost her right leg to an unusual form of cancer says she’s ‘more...

Google changes Gmail icon to a multicolored icon

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Google has changed the icon of one its apps, Gmail. In the beginning of this this month, Google confirmed that it would be rebranding G...

NASA offers Nokia large sum to upgrade the moon’s cell

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NASA has offered Nokia millions of dollars for the sole purpose of upgrading the moon's cell service and bringing LTE connectivity to the moon. On...