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7 things to do to avoid dementia even if you

A study of people in the US suggests those at high genetic risk of dementia are less likely to develop the condition if they improve their lives in seven ways ...

Strange gamma ray flashes from lightning storms may have explanation

Flashes of gamma radiation that seem to be produced by lightning storms have puzzled researchers for some time, but now there may be an explanation ...

Will AI text-to-image generators put illustrators out of a job?

Imagen, from Google, is the latest example of an AI seemingly able to produce high-quality images from a text prompt – but they aren't quite ready to replace human illustrators ...

3D-printed tourniquets could save lives in conflict zones

Blockades and supply issues limit access to life-saving medical devices in war zones. Companies are creating open-source 3D-printed products to fill the gap ...

2,100-year-old burial of woman lying on bronze ‘mermaid bed’ unearthed

Archaeologists have unearthed the ancient burial of a woman lying on a bronze bed near the city of Kozani in northern Greece. It dates to the first century B.C. Depictions of mermaids decorate the posts of the bed. The bed...

Astronomers identify 116,000 new variable stars

An ASAS-SN telescope helps astronomers discover new stars....

Watch the biggest-ever comet outburst spray dust across the cosmos

The dust trail from the largest comet outburst ever seen will grace the skies this summer — and it’s going to look like a giant hourglass. The night show will come courtesy of comet 17P/Holmes, which in October 2007 let...

Brain cancer immunotherapy in mice more effective with drug coating

A nanoparticle coat helps an immunotherapy drug cross the blood-brain barrier in mice so it can target brain tumours more effectively ...

An ancient Roman who died in Pompeii has had their

The ancient town of Pompeii was buried under hot volcanic ash in AD 79, but DNA still survives in the bones of the people who died in the disaster ...

What Is Monkeypox, the Virus Infecting People in the U

The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. On May 18, 2022, Massachusetts health officials and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a single case...
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