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Some COVID Patients Need Amputations to Survive

In late summer Candice Davis and her brother, Starr, returned to South Philadelphia from a trip to Mexico, and Davis quickly knew that something was wrong. Both she and Starr felt ill, and both subsequently tested positive for COVID-19....

‘Ghosting’ in casual relationships linked to some personality types

Ceasing contact with a partner abruptly is considered more acceptable by people with the personality traits of Machiavellianism, narcissism and psychopathy, at least in short-term relationships ...

Oceans Break Heat Record for Third Year in a Row

The world’s oceans reached their hottest levels on record in 2021. It’s the third year in a row it’s happened, and it’s driven almost entirely by human-caused climate change, scientists announced yesterday. The findings are presented...

Holiday sale: Read a free issue of History of War

From the military conquests of Ancient Rome, to the high-speed dog fights of the Second World War, History of War magazine takes you through the stories, strategies, heroes and machines of armed conflict across the centuries. In each issue, History of War...

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Chokes on Mars Pebbles while Collecting a

NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover has some rocks stuck in its throat. Perseverance drilled and collected its sixth Red Planet rock sample late last month, but the car-sized rover hasn’t been able to seal up the titanium tube...

Researcher develops new tool for understanding hard computational problems that

In some cases, the diameter of each peak...

Higher olive oil intake associated with lower risk of CVD

Consuming more than 7 grams (>1/2 tablespoon) of olive oil per day is associated with lower risk of cardiovascular disease mortality, cancer mortality, neurodegenerative disease mortality and respiratory disease mortality, according to a study publishing today in the Journal...

New study links gut fungi to intestinal inflammation in Crohn’s

Results of a new study by researchers at Case Western Reserve University represent a step toward improving our understanding of Crohn's disease and the factors that cause its intestinal inflammation. Crohn's disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease...

Fishers facing pressure from wildfires, salvage logging

The recovery of the fisher, a charismatic, long-tailed forest carnivore, will likely be hindered by the increasing frequency and intensity of future wildfires, new research by Oregon State University indicates. A long-term monitoring program along the Oregon-California border showed...

Our AI is exposing climate misinformation throughout COP26

By Bill Posters Climate change misinformation is prevalent onlineGorodenkoff/Shutterstock​ There is a kind of climate...
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