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Alopecia: Causes, symptoms & treatments for hair loss and balding  LIVE SCIENCE · 23 minutes
Hair loss is typically considered the domain of aging men, but this equal-opportunity condition — which has many causes — can affect virtually anyone. more
Feeding the world without wrecking the planet is possible  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
Almost half of current food production is harmful to our planet—causing biodiversity loss, ecosystem degradation and water stress. But as world population continues to grow, can that last? more
Mayfly populations falling fast in North America  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
A team of researchers from the University of Oklahoma, Virginia Tech and the University of Notre Dame has found that populations of mayflies in parts of North America have fallen dramatically in recent years.... more
Primary school children benefit from learning with a social robot  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
Research has shown that explaining aloud what you are learning, whether to yourself or to someone else, leads to a better understanding of the subject. But in situations... more
Human cultural evolution found to be just as slow as biological evolution  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
A team of researchers from several institutions in the U.K. and one in the U.S. has found that human culture evolves just as slowly... more
Study finds connection between parents' motivations and children's intake of unhealthy foods  NEWS MEDICAL · 15 minutes
As the countdown to a new school year begins, many parents will soon find themselves facing the often-arduous task of filling the school lunchbox... more
Method triggers selective degradation of proteins for analysis  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
Scientists of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) in Munich have developed a tool to eliminate essential proteins from cells with a flash of light. The new method makes it possible to study the function of... more
Lizard and snake size unrelated to climate  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
For well over a century, scientists have thought climate is a key factor affecting the evolution of animal body sizes. However, a recent study has shown that, for squamates, a group of reptiles that... more
Insecticides becoming more toxic to honey bees  PHYS.ORG · 23 minutes
During the past 20 years, insecticides applied to U.S. agricultural landscapes have become significantly more toxic—over 120-fold in some midwestern states—to honey bees when ingested, according to a team of researchers, who identified rising... more
Astronomers perform a comprehensive study of young open cluster NGC 1960  PHYS.ORG · 60 minutes
Indian astronomers have conducted a comprehensive photometric, kinematic and variability study of a young open cluster known as NGC 1960. Results of the research shed more... more
First detailed electronic study of new nickelate superconductor  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
The discovery last year of the first nickel oxide material that shows clear signs of superconductivity set off a race by scientists around the world to find out more. The crystal structure... more
Warmer and acidified oceans can lead to 'hidden' changes in species behavior  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Projected ocean warming and acidification not only impacts the behavior of individual species but also the wider marine ecosystems which are influenced by them,... more
Study uses physics to explain democratic elections  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
It may seem surprising, but theories and formulas derived from physics turn out to be useful tools for understanding the ways democratic elections work, including how these systems break down and how they could... more
Brazilian wildfire pollution worsens air quality in distant cities  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Wildfires in south eastern Brazil produce airborne pollution that worsens air quality in major cities such as Sao Paulo—canceling out efforts to improve the urban environment and posing health risks... more
Environmentally friendly shipping helps to reduce freight costs  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
Improved ship utilization rates and investments in environmentally sustainable technologies for enhanced energy efficiency would significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions within navigation. A recent study carried out in the Laboratory of Industrial... more
New study confirms the importance of tiger population in Thailand forest complex  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
A new scientific survey has reinforced the importance of one of the world's only remaining breeding populations of Indochinese tigers and provided evidence of... more
Counting Antarctic penguins with AI  PHYS.ORG · 2 hours
the British Antarctic Survey, the world's largest Emperor penguin colony has suffered unprecedented breeding issues for the past three years, is uniquely vulnerable to ongoing and projected climate change, and could virtually disappear by the year 2100. In... more
UFOs May Be Piloted by Time-Traveling Humans, Book Argues  LIVE SCIENCE · 3 hours
Could the creatures piloting UFOs be us? A recent book argues that reports of aliens here on Earth may be describing our distant human descendants, returning from the future to... more
Study indicates a widening health gap between richest and poorest  NEWS MEDICAL · 10 hours
The self-reported health of poor Brits is worse than that of people born a century ago, suggests a large nationally representative study of more than 200,000 working-age people,... more
Study demonstrates striking improvements in bone marrow transplants since mid-2000s  NEWS MEDICAL · 10 hours
A bone marrow transplant can be a lifesaving treatment, but it can come with life-threatening risks. more
Study uses physics to explain democratic elections  MIT · 10 hours
U.S. elections have become more “unstable,” sometimes swinging in the opposite direction from the greater electorate’s preferences. more
Medical News Today: Online information about probiotics often misleading  MNT · 11 hours
The internet contains reams of information on probiotics. A new study tests the claims of popular websites and conclude that many are misleading. more
Certain enzymes implicated in diseases like cancer also destroy each other  NEWS MEDICAL · 13 hours
Like motley bandits, certain enzymes implicated in cancer and other diseases also annihilate each other. A new study reveals details of their mutual foils in the... more
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