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immersion tank study will explore the impact of space travel on...

It may seem like an extended spa break, but when 20 women snuggle up in a waterbed in the south of France for five...

Bats infected with Covid-type viruses found in Laos: study – .

Paris (AFP) Scientists have uncovered another clue to the origins of the virus that causes Covid-19, with bats living in caves in Laos carrying...

Mars Was Doomed To Become A Barren, Lifeless Planet From The...

Mars was born with a fatal flaw that doomed it to become a barren, lifeless place, according to new research: It was still...

Two-dose version of Johnson & Johnson shot 94% effective against Covid-19,...

Additionally, the company said, adding a booster dose to a single shot of the vaccine increased immunity even more and should also strongly protect...

MIT study finds Tesla drivers become inattentive when autopilot is engaged...

By the end of this week, thousands of Tesla owners will potentially test the automaker’s latest version of its “Full Self-Driving” beta software, version...

More than 41 million cases of dementia worldwide go undiagnosed –...

More than 41 million people with dementia worldwide have not yet been diagnosed, according to a report from Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI). Experts say diagnosis...

Potty-trained cows may help solve pee pollution problem, study finds –...

If you’ve never imagined a cow getting toilet training – and who might blame you if you haven’t – now is a good time...

Study rewrites understanding of genetic ancestry in modern Japan – .

Par Will Dunham (Reuters) – Ancient DNA analysis transforms understanding of the genetic ancestry of modern Japan’s population, identifying a crucial contribution of people who...

Dutch are tallest people in the world – but they are...

It is perhaps with a hint of satisfaction that the Dutch office for national statistics has confirmed that the men and women of the...

COVID-19: Long Symptoms of Coronavirus Delta Variant Less Likely to Affect...

Children and teens are unlikely to develop other prolonged symptoms of COVID-19 after 12 weeks, according to a new study. The Murdoch Children’s Research...
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