We may finally know a cause for Alzheimer’s and you might want to talk to your dentist

We may finally know a cause for Alzheimer’s and you might want to talk to your dentist

Alzheimer’s is one of the biggest mysteries in medicine. As populations have aged, dementia has skyrocketed to become the fifth biggest cause of death worldwide. Alzheimer’s constitutes some 70 per cent of these cases and yet, we don’t know what...
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Telescopes capture the moment of a meteor impact during lunar eclipse

Telescopes capture the moment of a meteor impact during lunar eclipse

Astronomers managed to capture the moment of an impact during this week’s eclipsed moon. A comet stroke the Moon during the eclipse Spanish astrophysicist Jose Maria Madiedo of the University of Huelva said on Wednesday, 23rd of January 2019, that...
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China grows the first plants on the Moon

China grows the first plants on the Moon

China has taken one of the biggest steps in space exploration. Cotton seeds brought to the Moon aboard China’s Chang’e-4 mission have sprouted, marking the first time plants have grown on the lunar surface. The craft and its tiny garden...
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Elon Musk Launches Prototype for Transport Tunnel in LA

Elon Musk Launches Prototype for Transport Tunnel in LA

Elon Musk unveiled his long awaited visionary tunnel that promises to fix traffic congestion in big cities The tunnel was built by the Boring Company that Elon Musk runs. The plan is to lower modified electric cars into the tunnel...
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Stephen Hawking’s Wheelchair Sold for $392,000

Stephen Hawking’s Wheelchair Sold for $392,000

The wheelchair of the theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking went up on the auction block and sold for almost $400,000 The motorized wheelchair that belonged to Stephen Hawking was used in the 1980s and 1990s by the physicist and was initially...
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NASA Reveals “Ring Rain” on Saturn and Thanks Cassini for it

NASA Reveals “Ring Rain” on Saturn and Thanks Cassini for it

Even though NASA lost contact with Cassini more than a year ago, they are still sharing new findings More than a year after NASA lost contact with the spacecraft, scientists have published pieces of research from its final orbits, Cassini’s...
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New Study Shows That Alcohol Causes 5% of Deaths Worldwide

New Study Shows That Alcohol Causes 5% of Deaths Worldwide

New data from the World Health Organization (WHO) reveals that alcohol is responsible for 5% of deaths, globally Among most affected persons are young people with a 13.5% rate. 29% of the alcohol-related deaths were caused by injuries such as...
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