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Mold and fungi lurking in instrument blamed for death of bagpipe player

Latest Science News: Mold and fungi lurking in instrument blamed for death of bagpipe player Doctors have an important message for musicians: Don’t forget to clean your instruments. It could be a matter of life and death. Their warning was inspired ...

How often should you get a mammogram? It depends on whether you have dense breast tissue, experts say

Latest Science News: How often should you get a mammogram? It depends on whether you have dense breast tissue, experts say For women older than 50 who have been confused by conflicting advice on how frequently to get a mammogram, some new science is ...

How scientists use satellite data to track poverty in Africa

Latest Science News: How scientists use satellite data to track poverty in Africa This video explains how satellite imagery and machine learning can be combined to map poverty around the world. . Read the rest of the news How scientists use satellite ...

How to track poverty from space

Latest Science News: How to track poverty from space You can get a pretty good idea of a country’s wealth by seeing how much it shines at night — just compare the intense brightness of China and South Korea to the dark mass of North Korea that’s ...

Scientists unlock a secret to Latinos’ longevity, with hopes of slowing aging for everyone

Latest Science News: Scientists unlock a secret to Latinos’ longevity, with hopes of slowing aging for everyone A new way to measure how humans age suggests that Latinos withstand life’s wear and tear better than non-Latino Caucasians, and that ...

Scientists catch a white dwarf star in the act of exploding into a nova

Latest Science News: Scientists catch a white dwarf star in the act of exploding into a nova It’s not every day you get to see a star go nova. Scientists at Warsaw University Observatory in Poland have managed to catch a binary star system both before ...

How Otzi the Iceman outfitted himself: Fur from brown bears and leather from roe deer

Latest Science News: How Otzi the Iceman outfitted himself: Fur from brown bears and leather from roe deer What does the 5,300-year-old man wear? Brown bear hats, goat leather leggings, roe deer quivers and striped jackets made from an assortment of sheep ...

Scientists design a drug that relieves pain like an opioid without some dangerous side effects

Latest Science News: Scientists design a drug that relieves pain like an opioid without some dangerous side effects What if you could design a drug that has all the pain-relieving power of morphine but none of its dangerous or addictive side effects? Scientists ...

Did physicists discover a previously unknown fifth force of nature?

Latest Science News: Did physicists discover a previously unknown fifth force of nature? A tiny, unseen force could potentially alter our basic understanding of the universe – if it really exists. Theoretical physicists at UC Irvine say they’ve ...

West African Ebola victims were more likely to survive if also infected with malaria, study finds

Latest Science News: West African Ebola victims were more likely to survive if also infected with malaria, study finds Just eight months after West Africa’s Ebola epidemic was declared extinguished, researchers are reporting a curious and potentially ...
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