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Planet Status: Study Suggests Pluto Should Be Reclassified As A Planet Again

Planet Status: Study Suggests Pluto Should Be Reclassified As A Planet Again

This photo of Pluto taken by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft in 2015 shows its unique feature informally called the “heart.” In 2006, Pluto was stripped of its planet status because of its inability to clear its orbit.   ( NASA/APL/SwRI ) Over a decade after Pluto lost its planet status, researchers of a new study […]

Often feel sleepy during the day? You are three times more likely to develop Alzheimer's

Often feel sleepy during the day? You are three times more likely to develop Alzheimer's

NEW YORK: In a significant finding, Johns Hopkins researchers have revealed that those who feel sleepy during the day are nearly three times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than those who have a good night’s sleep. An analysis of data captured during a long-term study of ageing adults showed that those who report being […]

NASA Offers $1M for Producing Sugar on Mars

NASA Offers $1M for Producing Sugar on Mars

If you’ve got an interest chemistry, long distance travel, helping to really keep Matt Damon alive on Mars, and wouldn’t mind being offered $750,000 to make sugar, then NASA has an offer for you! Eventually we’re going to end up sending more than rovers to Mars, but in order to do that there’s a hell […]

Dozens Go 'Over The Edge' For Cancer Research

Dozens Go 'Over The Edge' For Cancer Research

By Dominic Garcia DENVER (CBS4)– Supporters of the Cancer League of Colorado rappelled 38 stories down the Hyatt Regency Denver on Thursday. The annual event is called “Over the Edge” and dozens of people participated to raise cancer awareness and funding for research. “It’s one of the scariest things I’ve ever done. Standing at the […]

David Saint-Jacques says family is biggest priority ahead of space station mission

David Saint-Jacques says family is biggest priority ahead of space station mission

The first Canadian astronaut set to head to the International Space Station since Chris Hadfield is in the final stretch. If all goes as planned, on Dec. 20, David Saint-Jacques, along with NASA astronaut Anne McClain and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, will be on the way to the ISS as Expedition Crew 58/59. The three-person crew is […]

Autism biomarker may aid early diagnoses

Autism biomarker may aid early diagnoses

Research published today in the journal Biological Psychiatry describes a group of blood metabolites that could act as a new biomarker to accelerate the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. Image Credit: PhotoUG / Shutterstock Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) affects around 1 in 160 children globally, and the prevalence is on the rise. ASD is a […]

Veterinarian who medicated ailing orca 'worried' about her survival

Veterinarian who medicated ailing orca 'worried' about her survival

After weeks of planning in August, Dr. Martin Haulena took a historic shot from behind a dart gun aimed at a sickly killer whale. It had never been done before. On Monday, he did it again. “The opportunity was there where she was the closest whale into the boat,” he said. Dr. Haulena is the […]

Akron Children's Hospital named among 20 “most innovative children's hospitals” by Parents Magazine

Akron Children's Hospital named among 20 “most innovative children's hospitals” by Parents Magazine

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Driver Spots Square Aircraft Hovering, Could Be UFO Sighting

Driver Spots Square Aircraft Hovering, Could Be UFO Sighting

Driver Spots Square Aircraft Hovering, Could Be UFO Sighting  autoevolution The aliens got to the ISS: the Camera recorded the huge yellow UFO – UFO  The Siver Telegram Full coverage Source link

Not just antibiotic abuse, corruption, low health spend also fuel superbugs

Not just antibiotic abuse, corruption, low health spend also fuel superbugs

Superbugs — disease-causing bacteria and micro-organisms resistant to conventional medicines — aren’t caused just by overuse of antibiotics but also by poor sanitation, unsafe water, higher income and education (because these improve access), corruption and low public health spending, even hotter weather, according to a new study. Overuse and misuse of antibiotics have long been […]