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New Rapid Test Detects Escape of Multiple COVID-19 Variants such as Omicron, Delta
The test could assess patient immunity to multiple COVID-19 variants, such as Omicron and Delta in less than an hour—possibly as little as 15 minutes and also suggest treatment options. The test could assess patient immunity to several COVID-19 variants, such as Omicron and Delta, at the same time
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A New Potent Enhancer Can Make Vaccines Produce Stronger Immune Response
A potent novel vaccine adjuvant could help make vaccines against HIV and other infectious diseases. An adjuvant — a substance that stimulates the immune system to produce a higher reaction — is a popular strategy for making vaccines more effective. Researchers at MIT, the La Jolla Institute for
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Early Evidence Suggests Omicron Has Higher Reinfection Risk, Experts Say
South African scientists think they have tentative answers to two of the three major questions surrounding the Omicron coronavirus variant: Is it more contagious than previous versions, is it more effective at circumventing the body’s immune defences, and does it make you sicker? Their preliminary
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Why does the brain drain so much body’s energy even when at rest?
The brain consumes significantly more energy than other organs pound for pound, and, perplexingly, it continues to be a fuel guzzler even when its neurons are not transmitting signals called neurotransmitters to one another. Now, researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine have discovered that this energy
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Scientists Find the Western Honey Bee’s Sweet Spot
Researchers from York University solve the mystery of the origin of the popular western honey-producing bee. Scientists have long discussed the western honey bee’s origin. According to new research from York University, these popular honey-producing bees originated in Asia. From there, the western
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Well-timed meals lowers risk of glucose intolerance despite mistimed sleep, says new study
Daytime meals may lower health risks linked to night shift work. What are the long-term consequences of eating at night rather than during the day? When it comes to eating, individuals who are jet-lagged or suffer from circadian rhythm sleep disorders might benefit from new research that mimics nigh
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Expert reveals the danger of Christmas trees
Coniferous wood contains allergens and many types of mould, which are very dangerous for people with allergies. In light of the approaching Christmas and New Year’s festivities, British experts have cautioned the world about the dangers of living Christmas trees. A lot of people suffer from alle
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Famous ‘WAP’ singer Cardi B got a job at Playboy
Cardi B joined as creative director of the magazine and co-founder of its new platform, Centerfold. Cardi B, an American rapper, has taken over as creative director of men’s magazine Playboy and co-founded the new Centerfold platform. The “WAP” singer described the opportunity as a “dream co
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FDA to set up a new framework to review Omicron vaccine
The US FDA is establishing the framework for a quick assessment of vaccines and drugs against Omicron if needed, according to sources familiar with the situation. Based on rules established earlier this year to evaluate shots and treatments, the agency has been meeting with drugmakers and developing
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NASA investigates a mysterious space zone that slows spacecraft
At high latitudes, strange things happen in the Earth’s atmosphere. A funnel-shaped breach in our planet’s magnetic field passes overhead at local noon when the Sun is at its highest point. The magnetic field of the Earth protects us from the solar wind, which is a stream of charged particles ej
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Study reveals an independent risk factor of dementia
The global dementia population is anticipated to reach 139 million by 2050, up from 55 million in 2020, according to Alzheimer’s Disease International. While there is no cure for dementia at the moment, mounting research suggests that adopting a balanced lifestyle and cardiovascular health may hel
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U.S. “is a difficult country for other countries to understand sometimes” – US military chief
Following the United States’ withdrawal from Afghanistan, General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, issued a warning to the country’s adversaries that they should not think that the country was weak or reluctant to take military action to defend its interests. After two decades
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How do people decide what they want to know?
A new UCL study indicates that people seek or avoid information on their health, wealth, and personal attributes based on how it makes them feel, how beneficial it is, and if it links to things they think about frequently. According to the findings published in Nature Communications, the majority of
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A genetically based strategy for controlling offspring’s sex – new research
Scientists create 100% Genetically modified single-sex mice litters with two elements of CRISPR-Cas9 – the Cas9 enzyme. The Francis Crick Institute, in partnership with the University of Kent, has applied gene-editing technology to make 100% successful female-only and male-only mice litters. This
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B.1.1.529: an analysis of Omicron’s infectivity, vaccine-breakthrough, and antibody resistance
Omicron could be ten times more contagious than the original SARS-COV-2 or about twice as infectious as the Delta variant, says new study published on preprint server. Omicron (B.1.1.529), the latest severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) strain, has sparked worldwide fear due
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Alec Baldwin opens up about Rust set shooting: ‘Acting career is over’
Alec Baldwin has spoken out about the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of his movie Rust for the first time. When asked about the terrible events that led to Hutchins’ death in an emotional interview with ABC, the 63-year-old admitted that he ‘didn’t pull the trigger.’ Ale
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Orange Juice: some surprising side effects of drinking it daily
Vitamin C does strengthen the immune system and maintain healthy skin, but its daily use can harm the body. Orange juice is still considered a healthier option than other sweet drinks because it is made from fruit, but this is not the case.  Although the sugar in 100% fruit juices is natural rather
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An asteroid over 300 meters will enter Earth’s orbit on December 11
NASA has warned that a cosmic body larger than the Eiffel Tower would reach our planet’s orbit in just over a week. The asteroid 4660 Nereus is almost 300 meters long and will approach Earth on December 11. The Nereus is classified as ‘potentially dangerous’ due of the distance. However, the U
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Your Wisdom Could Add Years of Healthy Living
A simplified seven-item scale developed by researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine has been demonstrated to accurately predict a person’s level of wisdom, a potentially modifiable personality attribute that has been proven to have a strong correlation with well-bei
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Adenovirus used in AstraZeneca vaccine may be responsible for thrombosis, researchers say
Experts from Arizona State University of Cambridge (UK) and other research institutes have collaborated closely with AstraZeneca to examine vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT syndrome). The researchers’ next goal is to tweak the adenovirus. An international scientific team h
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