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Zone 2 training: Definition and benefits

Zone 2 training has become a trendy term among fitness professionals in recent years, but what does it mean and what are the benefits?Zone 2 is one of five cardio heart rate zones (opens in new tab) experienced during...

Scientists revived the cells of pigs an hour after death,

The pigs had already been dead for an hour, and yet, the cells of their hearts, brains and livers were still kicking. Thanks to a new system called OrganEx, scientists can now keep the dying organs of recently deceased pigs...

Surprise! Asteroid wider than 2 football fields is barreling toward

An asteroid wider than two football fields will zoom past Earth in the wee hours of Thursday (Aug. 4). The asteroid is set to pass at 12:23 a.m. (ET).NASA astronomers discovered the asteroid, known as 2022 OE2, just days...

Physics Particles Fly as Practical Tools

An ancient crocodile’s last meal might never have come to light were it not for researchers deciding to scan the rock-embedded fossil with a beam of neutrons. The scientists had set out to see if neutrons—the building blocks of...

Examining the effect of temperature on animals’ reproductive strategies

Examples of how interactions between temperature and sexual...

North ‘plaza’ in Cahokia was likely inundated year-round, study finds

Researchers took samples from nearby wetlands to determine...

Flexible method for shaping laser beams extends depth-of-focus for OCT

The researchers demonstrated their approach for generating needle-shaped...

The female body is misunderstood and this is why, says

From non-consensual vaginal microbiome transplants to misconceptions about the G-spot, Rachel E. Gross discusses the sexism and biases that have led to our fragmented understanding of the female reproductive system ...

Moderate drinking linked to brain changes and cognitive decline

Consumption of seven or more units of alcohol per week is associated with higher iron levels in the brain, according to a study of almost 21,000 people publishing July 14 in the open access journal PLOS Medicine. Iron accumulation...

Technologies for single-cell RNA profiling can help dissect the cellular

Alex K. Shalek, an MIT associate professor of...
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