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Pregnant women with symptomatic COVID 19 have a higher risk of intensive care unit admissions, mechanical ventilation and death compared to non pregnant reproductive age women. Increases in preterm birth and still...
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In the largest study of the associations between smoking and cardiovascular disease on cognitive function, researchers at the Translational Genomics Research Institute TGen , an affiliate of City of Hope, found...
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Today, the rocks of the Hanna Formation in south central Wyoming are hundreds of miles away from the nearest ocean. But around 58 million years ago, Wyoming was oceanfront property, with...
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U.K. España France Ελλάδα Greece Italia 日本 Japan 한국 Korea U.S. Edition A TV weather report took a sudden turn for the weird when a technical glitch gave meteorologist Jennifer...
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Free from human disturbance for a century, an inland island in Central America has nevertheless lost more than 25 of its native bird species since its creation as part of...
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Astronomers commonly refer to massive stars as the chemical factories of the Universe. They generally end their lives in spectacular supernovae, events that forge many of the elements on the...
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Wild orangutans are known for their ability to survive food shortages, but scientists have made a surprising finding that highlights the need to protect the habitat of these critically endangered...
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A Rutgers study finds that symbiotic bacteria that colonize root cells may be managed to produce hardier crops that need less fertilizer. advertisement The study appears in the journal Microorganisms....
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The evolution of ankle and foot bones into different shapes and sizes helped mammals adapt and thrive after the extinction of the dinosaurs, a study suggests. advertisement A surge of...
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A new study s findings dispel the misconception that patients and providers are at high risk of catching COVID 19 at the dentist s office. advertisement SARS CoV 2 spreads mainly through respiratory...
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With the discovery of just a few hundred radioactive atoms in seabed deposits, researchers have confirmed that blast debris from a pair of stellar explosions swept across Earth within the...
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News Staff Writer Erik Stokstad joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss possible harms from how the shipping industry is responding to air pollution regulationsinstead of pumping health harming chemicals into the...
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Two months before the scheduled start of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, COVID 19 cases are rising steeply in Japan while immunization is moving at a glacial pace. Only 1 of...
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Our dynamically changing lifestyle can make it hard for many to stay motivated on work and study, which calls for new intervention strategies. In a recent study published in BMC...
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It s a small consolation, given the enormously disruptive scope of the pandemic. But it s the focus of a new paper published in the journal Frontiers in Public Health...
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The ideal student valued by both learners and university staff is a punctual, organized, hard worker and enthusiastic learner rather than someone with excellent academic...
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Delaying the second dose of covid 19 vaccines, at least for people aged under 65, could result in up to 20 lower mortality, but only under certain conditions, finds a US...
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SANTIAGO, CHILEAs soon as it became clear from October 2020s national referendum that Chileans had voted overwhelmingly to rewrite their constitutionchucking the current, dictatorship era document in favor of a charter...
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2, 863 men and women currently working in law responded to the survey which was randomly sent to 80, 000 individuals in the participating bar associations , with women making up about 51...
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Severe symptoms of COVID 19, leading often to death, are thought to result from the patient s own acute immune response rather than from damage inflicted directly by the virus. Immense...