Renpho smart scale review

The Renpho smart scale is one of the best devices for measuring body fat that we’ve tested. Despite its low price, it offers real bang for its buck with its smart design, accurate readings and excellent companion app that...

Point-of-care biosensor rapidly detects oral cancer: Researchers develop a hand-held

Oral cancer is the 13th most common type of cancer globally, and oral squamous cell carcinomas (OSCCs) account for more than 90% of oral cancers. An estimated 300,000 new cases and 145,000 deaths worldwide were attributed to oral cancer...

Adorable Voles, Life as We Don’t Know It and Better

Every once in a while we publish a story that makes the editorial team at Scientific American melt. When we were reviewing illustrations for “The Neurobiology of Love” about pair-bonding in prairie voles, the most common response was, “Aww.”...

New technique reveals changing shapes of magnetic noise in space

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Simulations show weak electrical pulses could treat atrial and ventricular

Atrial and ventricular fibrillations are dangerous heart arrhythmias that claim millions of lives each year. Current treatment for them is a high-energy defibrillation shock that can be intensely painful and lead to further heart damage. New work applying principles...

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Why All 3 R’s Are Critical to

Evidence of the economic opportunities that a circular economy could bring is mounting. The potential environmental impact is also clear. The move to a circular economy—a system that aims to reduce, reuse and recycle materials—could address 70% of global...

Zebra finches might sing to synchronize their breeding with each

Zebra finches sing in group contexts and breeding...

Why do beavers build dams?

A beaver stands on top of its dam. (Image credit: Troy Harrison via Getty Images)Beavers are renowned for building dams, which the animals construct from trees and branches they cut using their strong front teeth, according to the National...

How does grief affect the brain?

Grief is something nearly everyone will experience at some point in their lives. It can be overwhelming and confusing, and it can make the death of a loved one difficult to navigate. But when someone is experiencing grief, what...

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