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Space Travel Affecting Astronauts’ Health

Space Travel Affecting Astronauts’ Health

Changes in vision and bone density loss are some of the many heath complications that affect astronauts during space travel, said NASA.

Teenager Survives after Falling from 3,000ft in Skydiving Accident

Teenager Survives after Falling from 3,000ft in Skydiving Accident

This is actually a miracle for 16-years-old Makenzie Wethington, who survived after falling from 3,000 feet in a skydiving mishap.

People Choose to have Revenge Sex after Break-Up

People Choose to have Revenge Sex after Break-Up

Many could relate to this new finding that suggests that people having sex with someone else than their partner after the split is more of a form of revenge.

Russell Simmons Raises Voice against Dolphin Hunt in Japan

Russell Simmons Raises Voice against Dolphin Hunt in Japan

Not missing an opportunity to make public aware about a social cause, hip-hop star Russell Simmons raised his concern against the rampant dolphin slaughter in Japan, during his appearance at the Jane

Byproduct of DDT Triggers Onset of Alzheimer's

Byproduct of DDT Triggers Onset of Alzheimer's

Researchers have established link between levels of a DDT byproduct in the blood and increased risk of Alzheimer's disease.

Scientists Discover River of Hydrogen Flowing through Space

Scientists Discover River of Hydrogen Flowing through Space

For the first time ever, researchers have discovered a river of hydrogen flowing through space and into a nearby galaxy.

GPM Core Observatory to Provide Near Real-Time Observation of Rain and Snow

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In order to provide near real-time observations of rain and snow every three hours of any location on the globe, a joint mission is taking place between NASA and Japan's space agency JAXA (Japan Aeros

Opportunity discovers ‘jelly doughtnut’ rock on Mars

Opportunity discovers ‘jelly doughtnut’ rock on Mars

NASA's Opportunity meanderer on Mars snapped a photograph of a little range of ground with its surrounding Polaroid. Chance then attempted a short drive.

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34,500 People are mentally unstable to own Guns in New York State

On Sunday, a news report found that about 34,500 people are listed as mentally unstable to have guns in New York State. This is under a law less than two-year-old that is one of the nation's toughest concerning mental health and firearms.

According to the New York Times' report based on records acquired by a Freedom of Information Law...

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