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Anxiety-related insomnia may cause job stress

Anxiety-related insomnia may cause job stress

A new study has revealed thatinsomnia related to anxiety may result in job stress for a number of people.

Human Ancestors Used Fire 350,000 Years Ago: Study

Human Ancestors Used Fire 350,000 Years Ago: Study

As per a new study, human ancestors regularly started using fire some 350,000 years ago and the same has also been stated in a publication of the Archeological Institute of America, Archaeology.

Oldest metal in history found inside a woman’s grave

Oldest metal in history found inside a woman’s grave

The oldest metal artifact, an ancient copper awl that dates back to sometime around 6,000 years, has been found in a woman's grave.

Besides Echolocation Method, Bats also Use Polarized Light for Navigation

Besides Echolocation Method, Bats also Use Polarized Light for Navigation

A new study published in the journal Nature Communications has stated that bats look for polarized patterns of light so that they can properly find the way through the sky.

Titan’s Subsurface Ocean could be as Salty as Dead Sea of Israel and Jordan

Titan’s Subsurface Ocean could be as Salty as Dead Sea of Israel and Jordan

As per data collected by NASA's Cassini spacecraft, the subsurface ocean inside Saturn's largest moon, Titan, could be as salty as the Dead Sea of Israel and Jordan.

Genetic Switches Cause Differences between Neanderthals and Humans

Genetic Switches Cause Differences between Neanderthals and Humans

Israeli scientists have discovered genetic switches that might have caused differences between extinct Neanderthals and modern humans.

Simple Blood Test can Reveal Risk of Diabetes Much Earlier than Previously Thought

Simple Blood Test can Reveal Risk of Diabetes Much Earlier than Previously Thoug

In order to detect type-2 diabetes at an early stage, researchers at Tel Aviv University have revealed about a simple blood test.

Ancient Fabrics Dyed with Biblical Blue Dye Found in Israeli Cave

Ancient Fabrics Dyed with Biblical Blue Dye Found in Israeli Cave

In a significant expedition, archaeologists have found a 2,000 year old fabric which appears to be dyed with the lost Biblical Blue dye.

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Austin tech leaders unveil ‘RideAustin’ non-profit ride-hailing service

In an announcement made on Monday, tech leaders in Austin unveiled a non-profit car-for-hire service -- called RideAustin -- backed by local donations. The new service is an alternative created by Austin-based engineers to Uber and Lyft ride-hailing services which have been ousted from the city after a contentious regulation scuffle.

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