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Study finds a new mechanism that helps immune cells to invade tissues

It is difficult to predict when immune cells may attempt to infiltrate a tumor. For scientists like Professor Daria...

Experts hope to decipher mystery of 163 mummified children remains after two decades

One of Italy's most sad "child chapel," located in northern Sicily, holds the bodies of children believed to have died between 1787...

Astronomers measure interstellar magnetic field strength before star formation

A star's interstellar medium relies on magnetic fields, which are vital but "hidden" components. The lack of experimental probes for studying interstellar...

Astronomers discover the least ‘metallic’ stellar structure in the Milky Way

A globular cluster's stellar stream remnant under the metallicity floor. In 98.5 percent of the Sun, hydrogen and helium...

Earth could be more hostile to life than thought, study shows

New study shows that the Earth may have been more unfriendly to life than scientists assumed for long periods of time throughout...

Black holes like fluff balls explain Hawking’s paradox, study

A new study says that black holes are really big fuzzy balls. The study aims to put an...

Gravitational tides organize cyclical patterns of living beings, new study shows

The activity rates of all biological creatures, both plant and animal, are influenced by the gravitational tides produced by the orbital mechanics...

Explosion heard over Pittsburgh on New Year Day was equivalent to 27,200 kilograms of TNT, according to NASA

If it hadn't been for the clouds, the half-tonne fireball would have been visible during the day at a brightness that was...

New study explains why some meteorites can kill more creatures on Earth while others, even larger ones, can’t

Study reveals what exactly kills the species during Meteorite collision. For decades, researchers have puzzled about why some space...

Scientists open new chapter in curious history of Lychee

Known for their distinctive pink shells and pearly-flavored fruit, they have a spiky exterior but a sweet interior. When traveling to the...

Earth to swing closest to the sun on January 4: Everything you should know

On January 4, 2022, the Earth will reach its perihelion, the point in its orbit where it is closest to the Sun....

Don’t Look Up: a skyscraper-sized asteroid to pass near Earth in New Year

In the new year, a skyscraper-sized asteroid is going to pierce Earth's atmosphere. NASA classified the massive boulder Asteroid...
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Binge-watching TV increases the risk of serious blood clots by 35%, says new study

"Being physically active does not eliminate the increased risk of blood clots associated with prolonged TV watching," warn scientists.

Common Air Pollutants Threaten Butterflies and Bees’ Ability to Find Flowers

The study found up to 70% fewer pollinators, up to 90% fewer flower visits and an overall pollination reduction of up to...

Women’s sports face greater misogynistic attitude from male football fans

A new study published today claims that openly misogynistic attitudes toward women's sport may be common among male football enthusiasts.

Named food that increases the risk of stroke by 41%

Stroke is a leading cause of death worldwide, claiming the lives of millions of people every year. Those who do not succumb to...