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Who were the ancient Persians?

The Persians, the ancient inhabitants of what is now Iran, created one of the ancient world's largest and most powerful empires that flourished from 550 B.C. to 330 B.C. At its height, the Persian Empire, also known as the...

Brain-based computing chips not just for AI anymore

With the insertion of a little math, Sandia National Laboratories researchers have shown that neuromorphic computers, which synthetically replicate the brain's logic, can solve more complex problems than those posed by artificial intelligence and may even earn a place...

Getting enough sleep may lower the amount of calories you

When people who weren’t getting enough sleep took measures to sleep for longer, they ate fewer calories per day and lost weight without changes to their diet or exercise ...

NASA rolls out its mega Moon rocket—here’s what you need

This handout illustration courtesy of NASA released on...

Smoke from major wildfires destroys the ozone layer, study shows

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Even Mild COVID Can Increase the Risk of Heart Problems

Scientists have long been aware that respiratory infections—such as influenza or certain types of coronaviruses—can trigger heart disease. This happens because they cause inflammation, which plays a major role in cardiovascular problems. Even before the first...

Study shows widespread physical and genomic adaptation to environment can

A member of Paul Schmidt's laboratory at the...

Are genetically modified pig organs the future of transplants?

Leading surgeon David Cooper talks about the dawn of a new era of transplantation in which organs for human transplants come from genetically modified animals ...

Gun Violence Is an Epidemic; Health Systems Must Step Up

The rate of gun violence continues to rise across America. There was nearly a 30 percent increase in homicides between 2019 and 2020, making it the largest one-year increase in six decades. The number of gun deaths in 2021...

War in Ukraine and Climate Change Could Combine to Create

Russia’s war in Ukraine is squeezing food supplies in countries that depend on those two nations for critical grains and cooking oils. The halt in agricultural shipments out of the Black Sea has sent the price...
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