Healthy Living/Wellness

Can Less Sleep Increase Death Risk From Heart Diseases?

Researchers revealed that lack of sleep could increase the risk of premature death due to a stroke or cardiovascular disease. The study shared that sleeping less than six hours could up death risk from heart diseases.

by Andrew Norman


Cannabidiol From Marijuana Reduces Seizures In Kids With Rare Epilepsy

A compound present in marijuana was shown effective in treating children with Dravet syndrome, a rare form of epilepsy. What are the side effects of the treatment?

by Allan Adamson

Public Health

Health Officials Confirm Second Botulism-Related Death In Northern California

Health officials confirmed the second botulism-related death in California within a week. However, the recent death is not related to the botulism outbreak caused by the nacho cheese, which left one dead and nine others critically ill.

by Steve Bowman


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3D-Printed Bricks From Fake Lunar Soil May Help Build Human Colonies On The Moon Someday

In a new experiment done by the European Space Agency (ESA), bricks were 3D-printed out of fake lunar soil and given solar heat. Learn more about these 3D-printed moon bricks and their role in future human colony on the moon.

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Back To The Danger Zone: 'Top Gun 2' Finally Happening After 30 Years

Tom Cruise confirmed that 'Top Gun 2,' the sequel to the classic 1986 film, is finally happening. Cruise will reprise his role as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, though in an unfamiliar environment for the hotshot pilot.

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