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?Epigenetic changes and disease what is the connection?2017-09-20
Previous research has shown that there is a connection between epigenetic changes and some of our common illnesses. But what does this connection mean?
At UN, Trump Continues Assault on Iran Nuclear Deal2017-09-20
If President Trump follows through on his latest threat to the Iran nuclear deal before the UN General Assembly, he'll do so with bipartisan help, says author and NIAC president Trita Parsi Members don't see ads.
Source: The Real News Network
State of Wonder Alpha Now Available As Print & Play Decks, Tabletop Simulator Mod2017-09-19
19th September, 2017, Higher Eclectic Ground - Following its 28th May, 2017 launch on itch.io, the publicly playable pre-alpha of skill-based card game, State of Wonder, went on to debut at this years Gotland Game Conference for a round of play-testing.
Deformation Behavior and Failure of Bimodal Networks2017-09-19
Department of Chemistry - Ångström Laboratory, Physical Chemistry, Uppsala University, Box 523, S-751 20 Uppsala, Sweden Department of Mathematics,
European Commission Approves XERMELO® (Telotristat Ethyl) For The Treatment Of Carcinoid Syndrome Diarrhea In Combination With Somatostatin Analog Therapy2017-09-19
First-in-Class Oral Tryptophan Hydroxylase Inhibitor that Sustains Improvement of Carcinoid Syndrome Diarrhea in Adults Inadequately Controlled by Somatostatin Analogs THE WOODLANDS, Texas, Sept. 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Lexicon Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
This Newly Discovered Jurassic Sea Monster Was Related to Ocean Super-Predators2017-09-19
So many new species aren't discovered straight out of the ground, but after having been under our noses for decades. Such is the case with Arminisaurus schuberti , a newly discovered 'sea monster' that swam the Jurassic oceans 190 million years ago.
Source: Science Alert
Cell model of the brain provides new knowledge on developmental disease2017-09-19
10:00 CET [PRESS RELEASE 2017-09-19] By reprogramming skin cells into nerve cells, researchers at Karolinska Institutet are creating cell models of the human brain.
Source: Cision Wire
Why Do Russia And China Care About North Korea?2017-09-19
China and Russia are launching naval drills near North Korea as tensions on the Korean peninsula reach their highest peak in decades.
Source: Value Walk
, 92, died September 14 at his home in Cataumet. He was the husband of Ann (Carper) Lindberg, whom he married in 1952. Son of Thelma Plomgren and Nils Lindberg, he was born in Annelund, Sweden.
Source: Falmouth Enterprise
New evidence of Viking warrior women might not be what it seems2017-09-18
At first, the scientific paper seemed like scientific confirmation of a long-cherished myth about Vikings.
Source: History News Network
Scientists and Doctors Warn of Potential Serious Health Impacts of Fifth Generation 5G Wireless Technology2017-09-18
We the undersigned, more than 180 scientists and doctors from 36 countries, recommend a moratorium on the roll-out of the fifth generation, 5G, for
Source: Global Research
190 million-year-old 'sea monster' identified2017-09-18
Berlin, Sep 18 (PTI) A new species of 190 million-year- old giant sea monster has been identified by scientists, that may shed light on the evolution of super predators in the Jurassic period.
Newly discovered 6m-year-old Cretan footprints stolen finder writes about how we must protect precious sites2017-09-18
Vandalised site, showing fresh sand along the edges of the slab where it has been lifted and the holes left by the removal of two blocks in the centre.
Source: True Viral News
Viking Warrior Presumed to Be a Man Is Actually a Woman2017-09-17
A high-status Viking warrior who was thought to be a man turns out to be a woman, a new DNA analysis finds. The remains of the warrior were buried with an array of warlike accessories, including arrows, swords and warhorses.
Source: Yahoo! News
Why is it so hard to swat a fly?2017-09-17
From the section Science & Environment Try to swat a fly and it will soon become clear that they're faster than you. Much faster. But how on Earth do these tiny creatures - with their minuscule brains - outwit us so easily?
A battle over finding Viking woman warriors remains2017-09-16
Viking culture is becoming a big theme in Swedish tourism, and the Viking burial ground where the tomb is has been an attraction since it was discovered in the 1880s.
Source: Seattle Times
Top 7 reasons why you are always feeling tired - 8 minutes ago2017-09-16
ALSO READ: Addiction to smartphones can make you mad In the theatre of life a lot is yet to be explained. For Jane Wairimu, it is the unexplained and frequent exhaustion that pelts her distraught figure.
Source: East African Standard
You Can See Dead People Having Sex. But, Should You?2017-09-16
FLAYED You Can See Dead People Having Sex for Less Than $20. But, Should You? Some 24 million people worldwide have seen an exhibit displaying skinned corpses, including a couple having sex. The show and its creator have received scathing criticism.
Source: Daily Beast
Prevalence of mind and body exercises (MBE) in relation to demographics, self-rated health, and purchases of prescribed psychotropic drugs and analgesics2017-09-15
Affiliations Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, Center for Social Sustainability, Department of
Iconic Viking grave belonged to female warrior2017-09-15
A grand grave of a great Viking warrior excavated during the 1880s has been found to be that of a woman.