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This one sweet can help you fight against cancer, study says
Killer ‘T cells,’ the body’s main weapon against cancer cells, have been shown to be only effective in a magnesium-rich environment in lab trials. Magnesium, a mineral found in the sweet treat, has been discovered as critical for the body’s immune response by an international team of scienti
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Hubble discovers a black hole that creates rather than absorbs stars
A black hole at the center of the dwarf galaxy Henize 2-10 is producing stars rather than devouring them. The black hole appears to be contributing to the galaxy’s current inferno of new star creation. The dwarf galaxy is located in the southern constellation Pyxis, 30 million light-years away. A
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Saliva can tell if two people have a strong bond or mutual obligation
Learning to understand social relationships is an important ability for humans to survive in society. For newborns and young children, the practice of kissing, sharing food, or wiping drool is a sign of a “deep” relationship – the kind of closeness shared with close family members. Scientists
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CDC indirectly hints post-infection immunity was very protective against Delta
On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that people who had been infected with the coronavirus before vaccination had better protection against the Delta variant than people who had been vaccinated. However, infection poses serious health concerns, and vaccination remai
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“This is not the city our children should grow up in”, says Mayor of New York City
Late Wednesday, police said an 11-month-old child was in critical condition after being struck in the cheek by a stray bullet while sitting in a parked car with her mother in the Bronx. The girl, who turns one on Friday, was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx before being intubated and tra
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Teen, 17, sues parents for not buying him a home: “See you in court then”
A teenager from northern China has promised to take his case to court if his parents fail to buy him a home. Liu Xuezhou, a 17-year-old college student in northern China’s Hebei province, announced on Thursday that he is suing his biological parents for leaving him twice after reuniting with them
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New COVID treatment acting as decoy captures and kills all variants in one shot
The beauty of evACE2 is its ability to prevent broad strains of coronaviruses from infecting people, including the existing SARS-CoV-2 and even future SARS coronaviruses. Virus SARS-CoV-2, which is constantly evolving, has increased the COVID-19 pandemic’s scope and posed new threats. One of the b
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Study finds another way to treat people with high-risk rheumatic heart disease
Over 39 million people worldwide suffer from rheumatic heart disease (RHD), a disease in which the heart’s valves are permanently damaged as a result of rheumatic fever, which can occur as a result of untreated or inadequately treated strep throat infection or scarlet fever. The majority of RHD ca
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Japan hints new way to treat Covid-19
Calls are emerging in Japan to consider Covid-19 as endemic, joining a global chorus calling for a return to normalcy as people get tired of pandemic restrictions, vaccines become more widely available, and virus deaths stay low. On the basis of research indicating that omicron poses a less severe r
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Faster walking speed reduces heart failure death risk by 34%
In a new study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, the researchers found that people who reported a faster walking speed had a lower chance of developing heart failure. Can a person’s walking speed affect their risk of heart failure? Yes, it can, say a new study published
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US lags behind in mandating FDA-required info on food labels sold in online grocery stores
Nutrition details, ingredient listings, and allergens—all FDA-required details on food labels—are frequently missing when shoppers buy food online. According to a new study by researchers from the NYU School of Global Public Health and Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science an
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Woman sentenced to death for WhatsApp ‘blasphemy’
“The blasphemous material which was shared/installed by the female accused on her status [on WhatsApp messaging platform] and the messages as well as caricatures which were sent to the complainant are totally unbearable and not tolerable for a Muslim,” Judge who wrote in his verdict in the case.
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Package that sparked bomb scare at Oakland federal building held “specific message for law enforcement”
Officials said a suspicious package that sparked a bomb scare at the federal building and courtroom complex in downtown Oakland on Wednesday was intended to draw a huge police reaction and carried a message for authorities. The FBI and the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office bomb squad responded to a
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Omicron hits LAPD, more than 2,000 personnel at home quarantined
Officials said Wednesday that more than 2,000 officers and deputies from the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are sick or quarantined after testing positive for the coronavirus. Det. Meghan Aguilar of the LAPD confirmed that 1,134 officers, out of a tot
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Drinking more coffee may lower risk of endometrial cancer, study says
A new study suggests that drinking more coffee may reduce the risk of developing endometrial cancer, a kind of cancer that starts in the uterus lining. According to a review of relevant studies published to date, more coffee consumption is associated to a lower risk of endometrial cancer, a kind of
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Binge-watching TV increases the risk of serious blood clots by 35%, says new study
“Being physically active does not eliminate the increased risk of blood clots associated with prolonged TV watching,” warn scientists. Binge-watching TV is linked to an increased risk of developing fatal blood clots, says a new study published today. Scientists recommend taking breaks when binge
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Women’s sports face greater misogynistic attitude from male football fans
A new study published today claims that openly misogynistic attitudes toward women’s sport may be common among male football enthusiasts. The Durham University-led study, which was based on a survey of 1,950 male football supporters on UK football fan message boards, discovered openly misogynisti
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Common Air Pollutants Threaten Butterflies and Bees’ Ability to Find Flowers
The study found up to 70% fewer pollinators, up to 90% fewer flower visits and an overall pollination reduction of up to 31% in test plants. According to new research, common air contaminants from both urban and rural settings may be limiting insect pollination abilities by preventing them from snif
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Named food that increases the risk of stroke by 41%
Stroke is a leading cause of death worldwide, claiming the lives of millions of people every year. Those who do not succumb to the condition are frequently left crippled, but fortunately, it is highly avoidable. According to some research, one food that is highly touted for its health benefits shoul
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Study finds an unknown gene mutation that causes heart failure
Anyone who carries it will develop the disease 100%, warns researchers. Heart failure is an incurable illness in which the heart is unable to meet the body’s blood supply demands. It is one of the leading causes of death, affecting about 40 million people worldwide and posing a major public health
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