• January 18, 2022

Baby born with strange 5-inch human ‘tail’ with ball at the end

In ibtimes.co.uk The appendage, dubbed as a “true” human tail, had a ball-shaped mass at the end that measured 1.6 inches in diameter Brazilian baby boy was born with a “true” human tail and had…

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These adorable mice can regenerate their kidneys without scarring

We don’t know if we should be jealous or terrified. In syfy.com Spiny mice take their names from a collection of stiff guard hairs permeating their otherwise fluffy exteriors, but that feature is not the…

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Study shows how whole genome sequencing could benefit children with cancer

Unravelling the entire genetic code for each child who has been diagnosed with cancer can give a more accurate diagnosis or reveal new treatment options, according to research presented at the NCRI Festival. These are the…

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Childhood kidney cancers continue to be diagnosed at later stages in the UK and Ireland

Children with kidney cancers continue to be diagnosed with larger and more advanced tumors in the UK and Ireland than in other Western European countries, according to research presented at the NCRI Festival. As a…

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Windows 11 is able to charge batteries beyond 100%, although not for real

Windows, like any other OS, has had its fair share of bugs and some of them can be hilarious. It appears to be such a case for a recent glitch noticed by some Insiders who…

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Brain Implant Translates Paralyzed Man’s Thoughts Into Text With 94% Accuracy

A man paralyzed from the neck down due to a spinal cord injury he sustained in 2007 has shown he can communicate his thoughts, thanks to a brain implant system that translates his imagined handwriting…

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3 Mental Ways To Boost Your Immune System

Lack of sleep, loneliness and stress are the main psychological factors that make people more vulnerable to infection, research finds. However, loneliness can be combated by speaking to others using apps like FaceTime, Skype, Viber,…

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5 Foods That Lower Blood Pressure

Spinach, beans, bananas, avocados and even coffee are among the foods that could lower blood pressure, research finds. All contain potassium which, along with lower sodium, can help to reduce hypertension. Around 5 grams of potassium per…

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Study finds listening to music before bed can worsen your sleep by inducing long-lasting earworms

In psypost.org published and claiming that: If you listen to music before bedtime, your brain continues processing the melody while you sleep, according to research published in the journal Psychological Science. A sleep lab study found…

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Function of Candidate Human Obesity Genes Demonstrated in Fruit Flies

In genengnews.com published and claiming that: A study through which the effects of rare genetic variants carried by severely obese people were studied in fruit flies has implicated a neuronal signaling pathway in weight gain,…

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