• January 18, 2022

Now, We’re Breaking Up Episode 6 “I miss you now”… ‘Jihe-jung’ Song Hye-kyo goes straight to Jang Ki-yong English Sub

In ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’, Song Hye-kyo accepted Jang Ki-yong’s heart. In the 6th episode of the SBS Friday-Saturday drama ‘Now, We’re Breaking Up’, which aired on the 27th, Yoon Jae-guk (Jang Ki-yong) went straight…

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Increased air pollution has been linked to a rise in lung cancer incidence, according to scientists.

In news-medical.net published and claiming that An international team of scientists, led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), has linked increased air pollution to an uptick in cases of lung adenocarcinoma (LADC) worldwide. The…

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Woman who tried to rescue fiance from burning car in Tanjong Pagar crash back in hospital for surgery

In straitstimes.com published and claiming that About five months after she was discharged, the woman who suffered severe burns while trying to rescue her fiance from a fatal car crash will undergo surgery.   In a message to…

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German researchers press for unorthodox butterfly conservation: mining and grazing

Source:- ncbi.nlm.nih.gov + mdpi.com + journals.plos.org In anthropocenemagazine.org published and claiming that Butterflies are seeking sanctuary in strange places, including industrial wastelands, as meadows disappear in areas of Europe. When ecologist Thorsten Münsch went looking…

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The Idea That Trees Talk to Cooperate Is Misleading

In scientificamerican.com published and claiming that It’s a romantic notion, but pretending they’re like humans could actually harm the cause of conservation Trees that communicate, care for one another and foster cooperative communities have captured…

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A study looks into the negative impacts of obesity drugs.

An essential part of obesity care is making sure treatments are safe for patients. In newswise.com publish details of Abdulrahman Alsuhibani, a doctoral student in the University of Cincinnati’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, and…

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Paralysed mice walk again after a single injection

The therapy, which the researchers hope to trial in humans, harnesses ‘dancing molecules’ to communicate with the body’s cells. A new therapy, developed by researchers in the USA, has successfully reversed paralysis and repaired severe…

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Fewer cases of children with cancer diagnosed during COVID-19 pandemic

A study showed that in England, fewer children and young adults with cancer were diagnosed during the COVID pandemic. It also revealed that children with cancer who were diagnosed during the first wave of the…

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The first report of iron-rich population of adapted medicinal spinach / compared with cultivated spinach

Sources:- atsjournals.org + pubs.acs.org + phcogj.com Folk medicine such as herbal and natural products have been used for centuries in every culture throughout the world. The Chenopodiaceae family with more than 1500 species is dispersed…

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Honeybees make a chilling warning noise when attacked by hive-destroying murder hornets

[ Peer Reviewed ] In edition.cnn.com published and claiming that: When a pack of giant hornets attacks a honeybee hive, the slaughter is brutal and quick.They descend en masse after a scout has identified the…

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