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Men With Masculine Faces More Likely To Cheat On Partners, Study Says

A new study suggests that the more masculine a man's face appears, the more likely he is to cheat on his life partner. However, the same cannot be said about women.

Feature | Science

Cancer Center Fires Researchers For Allegations Of Stealing Research For China

Three scientists working at MD Anderson Cancer Center were dismissed due to allegations of stealing data for the Chinese government. However, the Chinese-American community claimed the move amounted to racial profiling.

Feature | Health

FDA Warns Of Pre-owned, Unauthorized Medical Test Strips Sold Through Amazon, eBay, And Craigslist

Consumers should avoid buying and using pre-owned or unauthorized home use test strips through online marketplaces, according to the FDA. Many of these products might prove to be unsafe to use by patients.

Public Health April 20, 2019

Apollo 11 Astronaut Neil Armstrong's Spacesuit To Be Displayed 50 Years After Historic Moon Landing

The Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum has lined up several commemorative and educational activities to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing. These will include a display featuring Neil Armstrong's spacesuit.

Space April 20, 2019

Are We Close To Resurrecting The Dead? Scientists Revive Brain Cell Activities In Dead Pigs

A Yale University study successfully restores some functions to the brain of a dead pig. Could the resurrection of dead humans be next for researchers?

Feature | Science April 19, 2019

EPA Announces New Rule Aimed To Limit Use Of Asbestos In The US

The EPA's Significant New Use Rule is designed to curb the continued use of asbestos in the United States. Under the initiative, companies will have to seek an EPA permit first before they could make or import the dangerous substance.

Public Health April 19, 2019

Late Dinner And No Breakfast Can Be Deadly For Heart Attack Survivors

Heart attack patients who skip breakfast and eat late-night dinners are likely to develop severe health effects. These include developing chest pain, suffering another heart attack, and or even dying within 30 days after their initial heart attack.

Public Health April 19, 2019

Late Ultrasound Scan May Prevent Thousands Of C-Section Births Per Year

Researchers in the UK are exploring the possibility of implementing late ultrasound screening for women who are in their 36th week of pregnancy. A new study suggests that the procedure can help reduce emergency caesarean deliveries.

Public Health April 19, 2019

Ebay Sale Of Baby T. Rex Fossil Draws Backlash From Paleontologists

A professional fossil hunter placed a baby Tyrannosaurus rex fossil on auction on eBay. The action disappointed paleontologists who believe the specimen should have been analyzed first before being put on exhibit.

Ancient April 18, 2019

Lunar Library Of Humanity's Record Aboard Doomed Beresheet Spacecraft May Have Survived Moon Crash

Arch Mission Foundation, the nonprofit behind the Arch Lunar Library, is hopeful that its project survived the Beresheet lander crash in one piece. The only question now is how to locate where the Lunar Library might be.

Space April 17, 2019

Who Is Christina Koch? NASA Astronaut To Break Record For Longest Spaceflight For A Woman

NASA astronaut Christina Koch is scheduled to stay on the ISS for 328 consecutive days. This will allow her to set the record for the longest single spaceflight by a woman, surpassing Peggy Whitson's 288-day stint in space.

Space April 17, 2019

FDA Bans Sale Of Pelvic Mesh Product Amid Reports Of Injuries In Women

The FDA said pelvic mesh makers failed to provide a reasonable assurance that their products are safe and effective to use. This led to the agency banning the sale and distribution of all such products in the market.

Public Health April 17, 2019

No, 5 Hours Of Sleep Is Not Enough For Adults: Researchers Identify Common Sleep Misconceptions That Make People Sick

A new study by New York University researchers highlights the different myths surrounding sleep. The team aims to set the record straight regarding many of these misconceptions.

Public Health April 17, 2019

Embracing 'Oneness' Helps Improve Satisfaction With Life, Study Finds

A new study explores the idea of oneness as it relates to people's life satisfaction. Results show that the higher oneness levels individuals have, the more satisfied they are about their lives.

Healthy Living/Wellness April 17, 2019

Bones Of Ancient Human Sacrifice Victims Found By Workers Laying Water Pipes

British researchers have uncovered 3,000-year-old human skeletons at a dig site in Oxfordshire. The remains are believed to be from people who became human sacrifices.

Ancient April 17, 2019

Animals In Petting Zoos Carry Highly Virulent Drug-Resistant Bacteria

Health experts warn about the potential of petting zoos becoming breeding grounds for multidrug resistant bacteria. Zoogoers can come into direct contact with these microbes when they interact with infected animals.

Public Health April 16, 2019

How To Enable Facebook Messenger Dark Mode Without Sending Moon Emoji

Messenger users can now enable dark mode on their apps without having to send crescent moon emojis. The feature is now part of the regular functions of the app.

Apps/Software April 16, 2019

Small Publishers Express Frustration Over Apple News+ Favoring Bigger Publishers

Apple News+ is only active for almost a month, but it has already caused issues for participating publishers. Many of the problems stem from article formatting and Apple's supposed unequal treatment of smaller publishing companies.

Apps/Software April 16, 2019

Wormhole Can Exist But Not Useful For Space Travel, Harvard Physicist Daniel Jafferis Says

A Harvard researcher believes traveling across the universe using wormholes is theoretically possible. However, the idea might not actually be the shortcut through space that many sci-fi writers had hoped for.

Space April 16, 2019

Trials Underway For 5-Minute iPad Test To Spot Early Signs Of Dementia

UK-based researchers have developed a quick and easy way to diagnose early signs of dementia. The test makes use of AI and different images to determine whether a patient is suffering from symptoms of the disease.

Public Health April 15, 2019

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