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Doctors and nutritionists warn too much coffee can lead to irregular heart rhythm and that protein powder is used. can come with too many added sugars or lead to excess protein intake.
With good sound and excellent app integration, Amazon's latest wireless earbuds are an affordable AirPods Pro alternative.
With the ongoing pandemic, here are a variety of ways you can join in at home, or anywhere.
The device, which is capable of revealing biological structures that would otherwise be impossible to see, was created by researchers from the University of Queensland.
The new type of spacecraft propulsion system has been designed by scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) as part of an international initiative to explore Alpha Centauri.
The annual number of new HIV infections among men who have sex with men (MSM) in England fell from 2,770 in 2013 to 854 in 2018, according to the new research by the University of Cambridge.
The Black Lives Matter protests drew sympathetic public statements from investors in 2020. One year later, signs of progress are harder to find.
Helene Wecker’s The Hidden Palace brings magic to 20th century Manhattan. Turns out that’s easier than putting the wrong stormtroopers into Star Wars Land.
While previous research has focused on the spread of airborne droplets when coughing or sneezing, researchers from Stony Brook University looked at how droplets spread during normal breathing.
Thousands of players flocked to a digital world filled with draconian rules, slavery, and anti-Semitism—and tested how far “just a game” can go.
Four undesirable personality traits are linked to believing in conspiracy theories, says an expert at the University of Oregon.
More than a hundred silver coins found in northern Poland may have been part of a payoff by Carolingian king Charles the Bald to prevent local Vikings from invading Paris in the 9th century.
The chicken egg, which measures about 6 centimeters, was discovered perfectly persevered in human feces that was inside an ancient cesspit that dates to the Byzantine period.
Facebook has confirmed it is working on a smartwatch, though a top exec cautioned that the idea may not actually lead to a product.
More than one-in-five Americans hold anti-vaxx beliefs and more than eight percent identify as anti-vaxxers. The growth in these beliefs is a worrying trend for public health officials.
Researchers at the University of Iowa have proven the northern lights are caused by Alfven waves accelerating electrons toward Earth until they collide with the upper atmosphere.
China's Zhurong rover spotted traveling across Mars by the Tianwen-1 orbiter circling the Red Planet
Chinese official released a high-resolution image of its Zhurong rover on Mars that was captured by the Tianwen-1 orbiter circling the Red Planet. The image also highlights the landing zone in the south.
After looking at more than 500 million years worth of sedimentary rock, scientists have discovered that meteorites may have a common, unknown origin at an unknown spot in the asteroid belt.
The study is testing a Maine restaurant owner's theory that giving lobsters marijuana before they are boiled will ease their unpleasant death, but experts found it only slows the lobsters down.
An hour-long session inhaling 25 per cent nitrous oxide was nearly as effective as the same with a 50 per cent mix, researchers led from the the University of Chicago found.