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Russia Wants To Send Crewed Mission To Lunar Surface By 2030

Dmitry Rogozin recently spoke about Roscosmos' future lunar plans, including a manned mission by 2030. Russia is only one of the many nations, including the United States, that aims to land on the surface of the Moon.

Science May 29, 2019

Doctors Are Still Prescribing Opioid To Large Number Of Teens And Young Adults

Majority of opioid prescription among teenagers and young adults are given to treat dental disorders, new research has found. The findings cause serious alarm because young people are at high risk of drug misuse.

Health May 29, 2019

NASA Is Intentionally Putting Helicopters Into Precarious Nosedives To Test New Mars Mission Hardware

NASA recently took out the Lander Vision System on a day-out for testing. The vision system will aid the Mars 2020 rover to a safe touchdown on the surface of the Red Planet in Feb. 2021.

Science May 29, 2019

Jupiter's Gigantic Great Red Spot Storm System May Be Starting To Unravel

Amateur astronomers reported large sections, some of which bigger than 10,000 kilometers, detach from Jupiter's Great Red Spot every week. The storm has been raging for at least 350 years is shrinking steadily.

Science May 29, 2019

Scientists At A Loss To Explain Rapid Spike In Atmospheric Methane Levels

In 2007, the levels of atmospheric methane suddenly and rapidly increased due to natural sources, including microbes in wetlands. The findings have serious implications about global efforts to fight climate change.

Science May 29, 2019

Xiaomi's Redmi K20 Pro Is A Sub-$400 'Flagship Killer' Killer That Undercuts The OnePlus 7 Pro

Xiaomi has just revealed a true flagship killer that's under $400. Called the Redmi K20 Pro, it has pretty much the same specs as the OnePlus 7 Pro, and it even has a headphone jack to boot.

Tech May 28, 2019

E-cigarette Flavorings Can Raise Cardiovascular Risk : Here Are The Most Dangerous Flavors

Researchers found that exposure to e-cigarette flavorings can cause damage to the endothelial cells, which can lead to cardiovascular disease. These are the e-cigarette flavors that pose the biggest risk to heart health.

Health May 28, 2019

Service Dogs May Help In The Rehabilitation Of Veterans With PTSD

An ongoing study by Purdue University revealed how veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder may benefit from using service dogs. The research aims to understand the physiological and behavioral processes, PTSD symptoms, and service dogs in general. 

Health May 28, 2019

Tam, Last Surviving Male Sumatran Rhino In Malaysia Dies

Wildlife experts mourn the loss of Tam, the only remaining male Sumatran rhinoceros in Malaysia. Tam's death is a huge blow to conservation efforts, given that the species is already considered a critically endangered species in the world.

Science May 28, 2019

Medical Student Claudia Martinez Survives 6 Brain Surgeries While Pursuing Dream To Be A Doctor

Twenty-eight-year-old Claudia Martinez received six brain surgeries to address a Chiari malformation in her brain. Despite her struggles, she is now on track to recovering and is about to become a doctor herself.

Health May 28, 2019

Vietnam Culls 1.7 Million Pigs As African Swine Fever Spreads

A total of 1.7 million pigs were culled in Vietnam as the African Swine Fever virus further spreads. The disease has been proven fatal to animals up to 100 percent mortality but considered not harmful to humans.

Health May 28, 2019

Antibiotics In World's Rivers Exceed Safe Levels By Up To 300 Times

Many of the world's rivers are contaminated by unsafe levels of antibiotics, a major global study revealed. Antibiotic presence in the environment could play a huge role in the increasing resistance of bacteria to drug treatments.

Science May 28, 2019

Large Rat Snake Discovered Hiding In Texas Walmart Shopping Cart

A Walmart employee got a huge fright after catching a huge rat snake by the parking lot. Luckily, a snake charmer was in the area and helped get rid of the snake.

Science May 28, 2019

Gaming Disorder Now A Recognized Disease By The World Health Organization

All member states of WHO agreed to adopt the ICD-11, which added gaming disorder to the list of recognized illnesses. The condition is in a subcategory called 'Disorders due to substance use or addictive behaviors'.

Health May 28, 2019

Chemicals in California Tap Water Could Cause Over 15,000 Cancer Cases

Each day, more and more news pieces and researches pop that highlight overwhelming issues regarding U.S. drinking water supply quality that puts Americans at risk for a number of diseases and health complications. The state of California makes no exception, unfortunately. A recent investigation reveals that cancer cases will exponentially grow as a result of water pollution.

Health May 28, 2019

Maine Becomes 4th US State To End Religious, Philosophical Vaccine Exemptions

Governor Janet Mills has signed a bill formally lifting all non-medical exemptions to immunization in the state of Maine. Residents will have to secure a written statement from healthcare professionals if they wish to secure an exemption.

Health May 28, 2019

Lightning Strikes Russian Soyuz Rocket During Satellite Launch

Lightning struck the Soyuz-2-1b rocket shortly after the launch vehicle's liftoff. No damage happened and the rocket was able to deliver its payload — a replenishment satellite for Russia's orbital navigation network in mid-Earth orbit.

Science May 28, 2019

Colorado Places Bets On Medical Marijuana To Help Curb Opioid Problem

Colorado passed a new law to help slow down the ongoing opioid epidemic in the United States. Instead of giving an opioid prescription, doctors can instead recommend the use of medical marijuana to alleviate symptoms of their conditions.

Health May 28, 2019

Asus Unveils The World’s First Portable 240 Hz Gaming Monitor

The newest monitor from Asus, called the ROG Strix XG17, boasts a refresh rate of 240 Hz. The best part? You can take it anywhere you like.

Tech May 28, 2019

Samsung Galaxy S10 Issues: Users Are Reporting Freezing, Forced Reboots After Latest Update

According to users, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is freezing on them after installing the latest software update. A factory reset or a full reboot reportedly doesn't resolve the issue.

Tech May 28, 2019

Netflix June 2019: Here's Every Movie And TV Show Coming And Leaving

As is the case every month, Netflix is changing up its selection. For June 2019, here are the movies and TV shows that are coming and leaving.

Culture May 28, 2019

This ‘Digital’ Dress Just Sold For $9,500 And It’s Not Even Wearable

A $9,500 designer dress? Paying that much for clothing is insane, but fairly common and unsurprising. But what about one you can’t even wear because it’s completely digital?

Tech May 28, 2019

Google Is Killing The YouTube Gaming App: What You Need To Know If You’re A Subscriber

YouTube is killing the standalone YouTube Gaming app and site on May 30. Users will lose all their saved games, and there’s no way around it.

Tech May 28, 2019

Someone Just Bought A Laptop Full Of Malware For $1.3 Million

Where do you put a laptop filled with malware? In the trash, of course. Well, someone just paid $1.3 million for one — for the sake of art, no less.

Tech May 28, 2019

This Physical Illusion Tricks You Into Thinking Objects Are Lighter Than They Are

In an impossible experience that you can even try at home, scientists demonstrate how you can not only witness illusions with your eyes, but also feel them. This is the first ever impossible somatosensory experience reported.

Science May 28, 2019

Falling Meteor Breaks Up Over Australian Bay Releasing As Much Energy As 1.6 Kiloton Nuke

A meteor zipped across Australia's skies last week. According to a research center, the object entered the atmosphere with the force equal to 10 percent of the explosive yield of the Hiroshima nuclear bomb.

Science May 28, 2019

Antibiotics May Help Slow Symptoms Of Alzheimer's Disease

Researchers in Chicago have observed how long-term antibiotic treatment may affect the onset of Alzheimer's disease symptoms in rodents. Results showed that the therapy can help limit the buildup of amyloid plaques in the brain.

Health May 28, 2019

Burnout Is Now A Legitimate Medical Condition: WHO

A good chunk of employees feel burnout from work and now, WHO is recognizing it as a real medical condition. Burnout is included in the latest version of the International Classification of Diseases.

Health May 28, 2019

Scientists Observe Mysterious Fluorescent 'Glow' In Forests That Signals Coming Of Spring

Researchers found a way to use satellites to more accurately predict how much carbon dioxide is being stored by evergreen forests. The findings could help scientists monitor how forests around the world respond to climate change.

Science May 28, 2019

SpaceX Is Flying Pieces Of Human Organs To The International Space Station: Here's Why

Scientists sent four tissue chips, a technology that mimics the structure and function of human organs, to the International Space Station. Each chip will be used to observe the effects of microgravity on the body.

Science May 28, 2019

Study: Regulating Gut Bacteria May Help Ease Symptoms Of Anxiety

A meta-analysis of several studies showed that eating well and taking probiotics may help alleviate the symptoms of anxiety. The study highlighted the importance of regulating gut bacteria to positively impact anxiety levels.

Health May 27, 2019

Experimental Fish Skin Graft Saves Life Of Dog With Severe Burns

Stella, a Rottweiler that underwent skin grafting surgery to repair severe burns on her body, is recovering well, according to Michigan veterenarians. The descaled cod skin used to replaced her damaged skin facilitated the growth of new tissue.

Science May 27, 2019

Rare Albino Panda Spotted At Nature Reserve In China

An all-white giant panda, believed to be an albino, was spotted inside a nature reserve in Sichuan, China. An expert said the existence of the rare albino panda can be attributed to a genetic mutation.

Science May 27, 2019

All-Purpose Flour Sold At Aldi Grocers In 8 States Recalled Due to Possible E. Coli Contamination

A grocer chain recalled a flour product sold in its retail locations across eight states due to E. coli. Consequently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reiterated its warning to the public against eating raw dough and batter.

Health May 27, 2019

This Newly Discovered Fungus Collects Gold From Its Surroundings

Gold digger alert! Scientists have discovered a type of fungi in Australia that draws gold from its surroundings, possibly signaling new deposits that have yet to be unearthed.

Science May 27, 2019

Extraterrestrial Organic Matter Discovered In The Mountains Of South Africa

Ancient volcanic rock dated to 3.3 billion years ago contains organic matter originating from outer space, supporting theories that life on Earth sprung from material from elsewhere. What does this mean for our hunt for alien life?

Science May 27, 2019

Shark Attack Kills California Man Thomas Smiley Who Was Bitten While Swimming Off Maui Coast In Hawaii

Thomas Smiley was unconscious and missing a leg when he was rescued and brought to the shore. He later succumbed to injuries, which authorities thought were likely caused by a tiger shark attack.

Science May 27, 2019

Teva Pharmaceuticals Agrees To Pay $85 Million As Settlement In Oklahoma Opioid Case

Teva Pharmaceuticals has reached a settlement with Oklahoma state attorneys over allegations that the company contributed to the state's opioid crisis. The Israel-based company is the second company to agree in a settlement in the historic lawsuit.

Health May 27, 2019

Submerged Forest Linked To Mythical Sunken Kingdom Appears From Underwater After Storm Hannah

Storm Hannah, which struck Wales last month, and a lower-than-usual tide uncovered a Bronze Age forest buried under water and sand. The submerged forest is linked to the mythical kingdom Cantre'r Gwaelod.

Science May 27, 2019

OnePlus 7 Pro OxygenOS 9.5.4/9.5.5 Update Is Now Rolling Out With Camera Improvements And More

The OnePlus 7 Pro is getting system optimizations and camera improvements via OxygenOS 9.5.4 and 9.5.5. Notably, the software update is focused on HDR and low-light image quality and fixing issues.

Tech May 27, 2019

Future iPhones To Let Users Connect To Two Bluetooth Earphones Simultaneously: Rumor

The next-generation iPhone is rumored to be capable of establishing two Bluetooth audio connections at the same time. The feature could also make its way to older models, such as the iPhone 8 and iPhone X.

Tech May 27, 2019

Top 5 Best SketchUp 3D Rendering Companies In 2019

SketchUp is a popular tool that is used by many industry professionals for various drawing applications such as architectural, interior design, mechanical, civil, landscape, lighting, film design, and etc. Its wide usage has made SketchUp one of the most sought after tools that helps architects and other designers bring their ideas to life. Even though SketchUp is based on premium technology, it offers great amounts of customization and usability to its clients, allowing them to create some of the finest layouts.

Sponsored May 27, 2019

Bannersnack — Static And Animated Banner Ads With Zero Coding

If coding isn't your thing, some blogging tasks become difficult, but banner ads won't be an issue if you use the Bannersnack cloud app.

Tech May 27, 2019

Alpine Marmot Lost Its Genetic Diversity Due To Climate Change

A study on alpine marmots by the Charité Institute of Biochemistry showed why their large populations can coexist even with very low genetic diversity and variation. However, these animals could be more vulnerable to climate change.

Science May 27, 2019

iFixit's 2019 MacBook Pro Teardown Reveals Apple Made 'Subtle' Changes To Its Butterfly Keyboard

When Apple unveiled the new 2019 MacBook Pro models, it said it made improvements on their Butterfly keyboards with 'new materials.' It didn't elaborate on that, but iFixit's teardown has gotten to the bottom of things.

Tech May 27, 2019

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