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Scientists finally have clues about what we see when we die
For the very first time, scientists have recorded the brain waves of a dying person
Coronavirus subvariants bypass immunity – New vaccines from October
Vacationers huddling on ships and aircraft for a visit to some Greek summer paradise will be exposed without any shield to the new subvariants of the virus.
Since the new sub-variants are evading vaccines and new vaccines are still delayed, it seems that the only protective measures against the coronavirus are masks, distances and hygiene rules.
Anti-aging breakthrough dials up fatty acid signaling to boost longevity
A new study has uncovered a new platform for cells to talk to one another, which appears to play a role in the aging process
Study Finds Why is it so Difficult for Humans to have Baby
According to a new study by a researcher at the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath contends that 'selfish chromosomes' are to blame for the early demise of the majority of human embryos. The discovery explains why human embryos frequently don't survive while fish embryos do not have repercussions for the management of infertility.
Kids infected with more viruses after lockdown weakened immune systems
Some children were admitted with two viruses and a few with three simultaneously
World’s biggest bacterium found in Caribbean mangrove swamp
Scientists have discovered the world's largest bacterium in a Caribbean mangrove swamp.
Most bacteria are microscopic, but this one is so big it can be seen with the naked eye.
Chickens Were Domesticated 3,500 Years Ago, Study Suggests
The earliest known chicken remains were dated to between 1650 and 1250 B.C. in central Thailand
Ancient “Dragon of Death” flying reptile discovered in Argentina
The new specimen of ancient flying reptile, or pterosaur, measured around 30 feet (9 meters) long
Rare albino Galapagos giant tortoise born in Swiss zoo
Visitors to a Swiss zoo caught a glimpse on June 3 of a rare albino Galapagos giant tortoise born in May.
The baby tortoise may be a unique sight to behold with fair skin and red eyes. It weighs around 50 grams and fits in the palm of one's hand.