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First evidence that dinosaurs caught potentially fatal coughs

The first evidence of a respiratory infection in a dinosaur suggests that a 15-year-old diplodocid suffered from coughing, sneezing and fever before dying ...

‘X particle’ from the dawn of time detected inside the

Physicists at the world's largest atom smasher have detected a mysterious, primordial particle from the dawn of time.About 100 of the short-lived "X" particles — so named because of their unknown structures — were spotted for the first time...

Anxiety and PTSD linked to increased myelin in brain’s gray

A recent study links anxiety behavior in rats, as well as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in military veterans, to increased myelin -- a substance that expedites communication between neurons -- in areas of the brain associated with emotions...

Last Roman gladiator arena ever built unearthed in Switzerland

Archaeologists in Switzerland have uncovered the ruins of a Roman-era amphitheater — possibly the youngest on record — where spectators likely watched gladiator fights and animal hunts with bated breath.The oval-shaped amphitheater was built in an abandoned Roman quarry...

Smithsonian to show 120 orange statues of female scientists

This undated image provided by the IF/THEN Collection...

Eta Carinae’s epic supernova explosion comes to life in new

A new visualization shows the power of an epic star explosion erupting in deep space.The video shows the famous explosion in the Eta Carinae star system that briefly made it the brightest object in the sky in the year...

Nasal Spray COVID Preventives Are Finally in Development

Different methods of drug delivery give us more tools to fight disease Credit: James OlsteinAdvertisement Covid is credited with propelling clinical innovation. But for a disease that seems to start in people’s noses, none of the available drugs or...

Why people deceive themselves: Deceiving yourself is normal and can

A philosophy team from Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) and the University of Antwerp analysed the role self-deception plays in everyday life and the strategies people use to deceive themselves. In the journal Philosophical Psychology, Dr. Francesco Marchi and Professor Albert...

Cell studies suggest a way sleep loss may be linked

Protein plaques associated with Alzheimer's disease may build up in the brain if sleep is disrupted because this affects cells that normally destroy them, according to a study involving mouse immune cells ...

What’s the Difference Between a Fruit and a Vegetable?

The difference between fruit and vegetables can sometimes be clear. A peach is always considered a fruit, and a carrot is definitely a vegetable. But in the Venn diagram relating these two produce categories, there's a sizable region of...
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