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Scientists discover mindfulness training can lead to new states of mind

Mindfulness training can lead to surprising changes in how people feel and perceive the world, according to a new study by researchers at the...

Scientists develop first health device powered by body heat using liquid metals

In today's tech-driven world, dealing with a dead battery is a common hassle. But for those who depend on wearable health devices to monitor things...

New research makes diabetes and weight-loss drugs more effective

New research from the University of Michigan suggests that harnessing certain proteins in the brain could make popular diabetes and weight-loss drugs more effective...

Common causes and treatment of high blood fat levels

High levels of lipids, or fats, in the blood are a common health issue that can lead to serious conditions like heart disease and...

These drugs may increase risk of Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease is a brain disorder that leads to movements you can't control, like shaking, stiffness, and trouble with balance and coordination. Symptoms start slowly...

New quantum microscope shows electrons moving in slow motion

Physicists at the University of Stuttgart, led by Professor Sebastian Loth, have developed a groundbreaking quantum microscope that can record the movement of electrons...

Astronomers discover a planet on its way to becoming a hot Jupiter

Hot Jupiters are some of the most extreme planets in our galaxy. These giant planets, similar in size to Jupiter, orbit very close to their...

How climate change is slowing down earth’s rotation and shifting its axis

For the first time, researchers at ETH Zurich have fully explained how climate change is affecting the Earth's rotation and its axis. Using advanced AI...

Massive IT outage spotlights major vulnerabilities in the global information ecosystem

The global information technology outage on July 19, 2024, that paralyzed organizations ranging from airlines to hospitals and even the delivery of uniforms for...

Is joking about Trump’s assassination attempt protected speech? You might not get charged, but...

After former President Donald Trump was shot in the ear in an assassination attempt at a campaign rally, some took to social media to...

Scientists identify new type of memory loss in older adults

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic have discovered a new type of memory loss syndrome in older adults that affects the brain's limbic system. This syndrome,...

How an anesthesia drug makes us unconscious

Anesthesia drugs are crucial for surgeries, allowing patients to be unconscious and pain-free. However, scientists have long wondered exactly how these drugs work in the...

How a gene for obesity affects the brain

Obesity is a complex condition influenced by genetics, environment, behavior, and other factors. While getting enough food was once a challenge, today it's often as...

Natural supplements for a healthy heart

Keeping your heart healthy is important for living a long and active life. Along with a balanced diet and regular exercise, certain natural supplements...

Scientists find a big cause of depression in middle-aged and older adults

Depression is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide, particularly affecting middle-aged and older adults. A study from Colorado State University has shown that...

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Scientists find evidence of ancient human butchery of giant armadillos in Argentina 21,000 years...

A recent study has uncovered evidence suggesting that humans in Argentina were butchering giant armadillo-like mammals over 21,000 years ago. This discovery, published in the...

Scientists turn solar waste into powerful batteries

Researchers from the Qingdao Institute of Bioenergy and Bioprocess Technology (QIBEBT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences have developed an innovative way to make...

Scientists capture first image of sprinkler-like jet from neutron star

Astronomers have captured the first-ever image of a jet shooting out from a neutron star, resembling a garden sprinkler. This fascinating discovery was made by...

Ancient space secrets: Scientists unveil Bennu asteroid samples

Inside a vacuum-packed container within a FedEx box lies a piece of ancient history: a small sample from the Bennu asteroid. This 120-milligram sample holds...

Storm Ciaran’s secret: How a storm changed the taste of tea for millions

A new study reveals a surprising impact of last autumn's Storm Ciaran: it made it nearly impossible for 20 million people in southern Britain...