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NASA’s IRIS Spacecraft Captures its Biggest Solar Flare

NASA’s IRIS Spacecraft Captures its Biggest Solar Flare

NASA's 'Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph' (IRIS) spacecraft has captured an amazing video of the mid-level solar flare on January 28, which is its biggest since it launched into orbit last summer

Researchers Link Consumption of Cooked Meat with Higher Dementia Risk

Researchers Link Consumption of Cooked Meat with Higher Dementia Risk

US researchers have suggested that people may increase their risk of developing dementia by eating meat that is cooked in oven, grilled or fried in a pan.

Producing Hydrogen Using Solar Energy

Producing Hydrogen Using Solar Energy

Hydrogen fuel production using sunlight is considered to be a costly deal.

Scientists Discover 'Microbial Pompeii' Preserved on 1,000-Year-Old Skeletons' Teeth

Scientists Discover 'Microbial Pompeii' Preserved on 1,000-Year-Old Skeletons' T

After recently discovering a 'microbial Pompeii' preserved on the teeth of skeletons around 1,000 years old, researchers have gained significant insight into ancient human dental activities.

NASA Photos Show the Beauty of Frozen Great Lakes

NASA Photos Show the Beauty of Frozen Great Lakes

New photographs released by NASA have shown the massive bodies of water at the Great Lakes that can be seen mostly frozen because of a harsh, cold winter this year.

FDA Starts Nation’s First Widespread Testing Program for Generic Drugs

FDA Starts Nation’s First Widespread Testing Program for Generic Drugs

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has started the nation's first widespread testing program for generic drugs, which at present commands approximately 80% of U.S. prescription market share.

CDC Investigates Listeria Outbreak in Maryland and California

CDC Investigates Listeria Outbreak in Maryland and California

An outbreak of listeriosis has been reported in Maryland and California.

Nanoscale Pillars to Improve Performance of Thermoelectric Materials

Nanoscale Pillars to Improve Performance of Thermoelectric Materials

A new research has built hope to radically improve the performance of thermoelectric materials by utilizing an array of 'nanoscale pillars'.

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Cancer patients under 65 are more open to alternative drugs: study

People suffering from potentially deadly disease of cancer under age of 65 years are more likely to look for alternatives drugs to allay their symptoms and side-effects of treatment than other older patients, a new newly published study suggested.

Dr. Jun Mao, Director of integrated oncology at the Abramson Cancer Center at the...

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