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Study: Anemia during long-duration space flights

On Earth, our bodies create and destroy 2 million red blood cells every second. In a new study published today in the journal Nature Medicine, a team of scientists from the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute and the University of Ottawa found that astronauts were destroying 54% more red blood cells during their 6-month missions onboard…

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Study nixes Mars life in meteorite found in Antarctica

MARCIA DUNN, AP Aerospace WriterJan. 13, 2022Updated: Jan. 13, 2022 4:09 p.m. 1of6FILE – The meteorite labeled ALH84001 is held in the hand of a scientist at a Johnson Space Center lab in Houston, Aug. 7, 1996. Scientists say they’ve confirmed the meteorite from Mars contains no evidence of ancient Martian life. The rock caused a splash…

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A new study has shown the negative impact of industrial farming on bird biodiversity

European Goldfinch. Credit: Andrea Lightfoot A new University of British Columbia (UBC)-led study looking into the impacts that large industrial farming has on biodiversity found that increased farm size causes a decline in bird diversity. “Wildlife is a good indicator of a healthy agroecosystem and one thing we wanted to understand was the link between…

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A study has shown that gender biases in language are common, even among language experts

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Gender bias has not changed in more than 20 years, even by language experts who are aware of the potential dangers of such prejudices, according to a study coauthored by Rutgers University-New Brunswick that examined textbooks used to teach undergraduates studying the scientific structure of language. “There is a pressing need…

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Study: Rapid Temperature Changes Induced by Aggressive Interactions in Pheasants

In a new study, researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Plymouth monitored thermographic changes in captive flocks of juvenile pheasants (Phasianus colchicus) while they engaged in spontaneous aggressive interactions during a brief period of confinement; they found that head temperature dropped sharply in the few seconds prior to an attack, followed…

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Study Shows That 1,000 Projects Control $100 Billillion in Locked Web3 and DeFi Funds

A recent report by Electric Capital Developer shows that more developers are getting involved in the decentralized technology space. The 2021 paper shows that $100 billion worth of smart contracts has been locked in Web.3.0 project platforms. $100 Billion Controlled by 1,000 Developers DeFi projects which rarely record remarkable success are also among the focus…

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A New Study Shows That 87% of US Teens Own an iPhone

sergey causelove/Shutterstock.comThere’s a new study regarding what Generation Z is into, and it shows that 87% of teens in the US have an iPhone, which is an absolutely staggering percentage of young people. The new study comes from BlueMatrix, and it says, “87% of teens own an iPhone, and 88% expect an iPhone to be…

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Study shows Earth has more hostile conditions than ever before the evolution of life

Graphic showing how UV radiation on Earth has changed over the last 2.4 billion years. Credit: Please credit: Gregory Cooke/ Royal Society Open Science During long portions of the past 2.4 billion years, the Earth may have been more  inhospitable to life than scientists previously thought, according to new computer simulations. Using a state-of-the-art climate model, researchers now…

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A new study could help prevent heart attacks in diabetic patients

Myocardial Infarction or Heart Attack. Credit: Blausen Medical Communications/Wikipedia/CC-A 3.0 A new study by researchers at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and Monash University could help inform treatment and prevent serious events like a heart attack or death in diabetic patients at high risk of serious cardiovascular events. The chilling links between diabetes and…

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Study shows that sexual minorities engage in disproportionate behaviors to lower medication costs

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Individuals from sexual minority populations, including members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and queer communities, are more likely than heterosexual individuals to engage in behaviors to reduce medication costs such as using alternative therapies, skipping medication doses or delaying prescription refills, according to study published in JAMA. Researchers with Vanderbilt University’s…