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Supplement Boosts Muscle, Mitochondria Health

An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans.

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Olive Oil Intake Associated with Low Risk of CVD Mortality

Consuming more than 7 grams (>1/2 tablespoon) of olive oil per day is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease mortality, cancer mortality, neurodegenerative disease mortality, and respiratory disease mortality.

COVID-19 Vaccine Does Not Increase Risk of Preterm Birth

A new study that looked at 40,000 pregnant cases found that the Covid-19 vaccine does not increase the risk of preterm birth supporting the safety of the vaccination during pregnancy.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Reluctance: In The United States and Beyond

Approximately one in three American are unlikely or hesitant to get COVID-19 vaccine. Acceptance rates are high among Chinese (90%) and low among Russian (55%). Other than the vaccine's safety and efficacy, trust in governments is strongly associated with vaccine acceptance.

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Deforestation Increases Risk of Flooding in West African Coastal Cities

The frequency of thunderstorms in some fast-growing African coastal cities is linked to the impact of deforestation on the local climate, a new study reports.

Blueprint Reveals How Plants Build a Sugar Transport Lane

A tiny region at the root tip is responsible for the growth and development of the complex network of vascular tissue that transports sugars through plant roots.

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Cannabis Use May Increase Risk of Preterm Birth

Teenagers who use cannabis frequently may be more likely to have children born preterm, when they become parents up to twenty years later, finds a new study.

8 Weeks of Meditation Can Make Brain Quicker

Just eight weeks of meditation studies can make your brain quicker, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York. 

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An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans.

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Supplement Boosts Muscle, Mitochondria Health

An oral supplement intended to stimulate a natural body process appears to promote muscle endurance and mitochondrial health in humans.

Antibiotic resistance killed more people than malaria or AIDS in 2019

About 1.3 million deaths were directly caused by drug-resistant bacterial infections in 2019, a global study estimates...

Covid-19 news: Joint flu and covid-19 vaccine could be offered in 2023

The latest coronavirus news updated every day including coronavirus cases, the latest news, features and interviews from New Scientist and essential information about the covid-19 pandemic...

Ancient Mars may have had a liquid ocean despite freezing temperatures

A model based on Earth’s oceans and atmosphere explains how Mars could have been cold and wet 3 billion years ago...

Ozone pollution causes $63 billion damage per year to East Asian crops

Rising levels of ground-level ozone in China and nearby countries are having a big effect on the yields of staple crops such as wheat, rice and maize...

Olive Oil Intake Associated with Low Risk of CVD Mortality

Consuming more than 7 grams (>1/2 tablespoon) of olive oil per day is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease mortality, cancer mortality, neurodegenerative disease mortality, and respiratory disease mortality.

Caffeine Intake Improve Reactions to Moving Targets

New research shows that caffeine intake positively affects dynamic visual acuity and resolves fine details where a relative motion exists between the target and the observer.

China must lead by example to make the 2022 biodiversity talks succeed

To inspire other countries at the 2022 UN Biodiversity Conference, China will need to be seen as part of the solution rather than part...

Modern Humans Developed a More Effective Protection Against Oxidative Stress

The ancestral variant of glutathione reductase, a key enzyme that protects against oxidative stress, produces more reactive oxygen than the modern human variant does.

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