Processed food might boost risk for chronic infection diseases

by LaTina Emerson-Georgia State, 3 months ago

Processed diets might promote chronic infections that can lead to disorders such as diabetes, according to new research in mice.

Exoskeleton could one day boost walking speed of older adults

by Taylor Kubota-Stanford, 3 months ago

A new ankle exoskeleton increases users' walking speed by about 40%. Researchers hope it will one day help restore walking speed for older adults.

Pew Census Breakdown: Asian American Population Reached 24 Million

3 months ago

Group has projected that population to reach 46 million people by 2060, making it largest immigrant group in the United States

Pew Census Breakdown: Asian American Population Reached 24 Million

3 months ago

Group has projected that population to reach 46 million people by 2060, making it largest immigrant group in the United States

NY Governor Hopes NYC Could Open Before July 1

3 months ago

But Cuomo, regarding DeBlasio announcement, says making projections is 'irresponsible'

Clashes Erupt as Colombians Protest Tax Hikes

3 months ago

Demonstrations are part of a national strike against proposed tax hikes by the administration of embattled Colombian President Iván Duque, but the marches soon became a backlash to tensions and economic turmoil caused by the pandemic

Quest for error-free genomes begins with this rare bird

by LaTina Emerson-Georgia State, 3 months ago

New findings from the Vertebrate Genomes Study offer some hope for endangered species like the kakapo and vaquita. And that's just the start.

Key Takeaways from Biden’s First Joint Speech to Congress

3 months ago

Biden declared US is ‘on the move again’ after 100 days in office

Key Takeaways from Biden’s First Joint Speech to Congress

3 months ago

Biden declared US is ‘on the move again’ after 100 days in office

Almost all the world's glaciers are shrinking—and fast

by Peter Rüegg-ETH Zurich, 3 months ago

Almost all the world's glaciers, about 220,000 in total, are are rapidly becoming thinner and losing mass, a new study shows.

Biden, Aides Tout Infrastructure, Family Aid Proposals

3 months ago

US leader calls it a ‘blue-collar blueprint,’ but Republicans call it too costly

Biden, Aides Tout Infrastructure, Family Aid Proposals

3 months ago

US leader calls it a ‘blue-collar blueprint,’ but Republicans call it too costly

Biden's First 100 Days See Few Big Moves on Africa

3 months ago

Africa sees few, but important, gestures from Biden during first 100 days

Biden's First 100 Days See Few Big Moves on Africa

3 months ago

Africa sees few, but important, gestures from Biden during first 100 days

Did icy clouds give Mars lakes and rivers?

by Louise Lerner-Chicago, 3 months ago

Icy clouds could have kept early Mars warm enough to form rivers and lakes, a new study using computer models suggests.

India Struggles with COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign Amid New Infection, Death Rates

3 months ago

Many people flood social media with complaints that either government's website for all Indians 18 and older to sign up for vaccination drive that is set to begin Saturday, had crashed or they were unable to make appointment

US Economy Advanced 6.4% in 1st Quarter

3 months ago

Consumers started spending again as some coronavirus restrictions have been lifted and millions are vaccinated

Mayor DeBlasio: NYC to Fully Reopen July 1

3 months ago

Cites 6.3 million vaccinations, other progress; final decision up to state

Watching a coral reef die as climate change devastates one of the most pristine tropical island areas on Earth

3 months ago

No, los efectos secundarios de las vacunas no son una señal de que tu sistema inmunitario te protegerá mejor

3 months ago

Your brain responds to happy screams faster than fearful ones

by U. Zurich, 3 months ago

New research identifies six diferent types of human screaming. It also shows our brains process joyful screams more efficiently than others.

High heat disarms SARS-CoV-2 in less than a second

by Texas A&M University, 3 months ago

In less than a second, exposure to high heat can neutralize SARS-CoV-2 so it can't infect another human host.

What is So Special About a US President's First 100 Days?

3 months ago

While milestone is mostly arbitrary, the early days of a presidency can be a choice time for new presidents to make big gains in their agenda

What is So Special About a US President's First 100 Days?

3 months ago

While milestone is mostly arbitrary, the early days of a presidency can be a choice time for new presidents to make big gains in their agenda

State lawsuits over stimulus tax rule face uphill battle

3 months ago

People have had a hard time weighing pandemic risks because they haven't gotten information they needed when they needed it

3 months ago

The Pilgrims' attack on a May Day celebration was a dress rehearsal for removing Native Americans

3 months ago

How Biden's paid leave proposal would benefit workers, their families and their employers too

3 months ago

#MeToo on TikTok: Teens use viral trend to speak out about their sexual harassment experiences

3 months ago

'Location spoofing' creates deepfake satellite images

by Kim Eckart-Washington, 3 months ago

Researchers identify new ways to detect "deepfake geography," warn of the dangers of falsified geospatial data, and call for geographic fact-checking.


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