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Drinking coffee reduces risk of contracting coronavirus

A study has revealed that drinking a cup of coffee per day may reduce the chances of contracting coronavirus. A study conducted by researchers from the Northwestern University has revealed that people who consume one or more cups …

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Smart fabric radiates heat to keep you cooler in the sun

Clothes and covers product of a wise fabric that radiates heat and displays mild might assist individuals and objects which are out in the sun keep a number of levels cooler, NewScientist reported. Guangming Tao at Huazhong University …

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Coronavirus finds new way to infect people

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that a single mutation gives SARS-CoV-2 the ability to enter cells through another route - one that does not require ACE2. To find more relevant cells …

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Potato nutrients may help reduce risk of hypertension

A new study published in Nutrients investigated the effect of increased dietary potassium from a whole food source - baked/boiled potatoes and baked French fries - or a potassium supplement on blood pressure and other cardiovascular …

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Taking fish oil may reduce antibiotic resistance

Australian scientists have confirmed a link between the role of regular fish oil to break down the ability of ‘superbugs’ to become resistant to antibiotics. The discovery, led by Flinders University and just …

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Low Testosterone Could Be Bad News in COVID-19

Testosterone levels may be indicative of COVID-19 severity, according to a new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. It suggests that low testosterone levels in the blood are linked to more severe …

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Mushrooms on Mars? Five unproven claims that alien life exists

A recent study claims to have found evidence for mushroom-like life forms on the surface of Mars. As it happens, these particular features are well known and were discovered by cameras aboard Nasa’s Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity, shortly after it landed in 2004

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Scientists point to risk of new pandemic

Two virus researchers in China are recommending security measures after seven Russian farm workers became infected with a crossover flu virus last year, according to Medical Xpress. In their Perspectives piece published in the …

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WHO study: long working hours are a killer

Working long hours is killing hundreds of thousands of people a year in a worsening trend that may accelerate further due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organization said on Monday. In the first global study of the loss of …

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