Australian Scientists Have Found Antidote for the World’s Most Poisonous Jellyfish

Australian Scientists Have Found Antidote for the World’s Most Poisonous Jellyfish

Scientists at the University of Sydney have found a probable antidote for the sting of the world’s deadliest sea creature. The Australian jellyfish is travelling across tropical waters with three-meter-long tentacles. It has around 60 tentacles that are ready to give a painful, and probably dangerous poison. The creature mostly resides in coastal waters around […]

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CDC Blames Anti-Vaccination Discredits for Rapidly Increasing Measles Cases

CDC Blames Anti-Vaccination Discredits for Rapidly Increasing Measles Cases

Measles continues to surge in the U.S. It is the most massive measles epidemic in the last twenty-five years with no sign of the end. On Monday federal health officials said the outbreak had exceeded 700 cases in the current year. Experts say it is the highest level in the U.S. since the elimination of […]

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NASA Warns a Colossal Asteroid Could Collide into Earth in the Upcoming Eight Years

NASA Warns a Colossal Asteroid Could Collide into Earth in the Upcoming Eight Years

A massive asteroid measuring more than 1,115ft across will pass very closely from the Earth’s surface on April 13, 2029. NASA has incredibly announced the giant space rock will flip over Earth from a height at which its satellites operate. Asteroid Apophis will swing by from a distance of about 19,000 miles off Earth’s surface. […]

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New Diet Capsules Could Help Obese People to Lose Weight

New Diet Capsules Could Help Obese People to Lose Weight

An advance slimming pill that inflates in the stomach is the latest trend in the healthcare industry. It could help people to lose weight rapidly. Gelesis, a biotech company has launched gel capsules at the European Congress on Obesity on Sunday. Those pills part-fill stomach, if taken before a meal, may help people lose weight […]

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CDC Issued Warning Against the Dangerous Kissing Bug

CDC Issued Warning Against a Dangerous Kissing Bug

A dangerous kissing bug is pacing its way across the U.S. and threatens human and pet health. Last year in summer, a Delaware girl was watching television, while a bloodsucking insect bit her on the face. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it is the first determined identification of the bug […]

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InSight Has Just Sensed Marsquake on the Martian Land

InSight Has Just Sensed Marsquake on the Martian Land

NASA’s InSight lander has just felt the vibes on the Red Planet. It is the first time since the mission started; the probe has detected some vibrations. On Tuesday, NASA scientists announced that it is a marsquake. The probe is on Mars since November, it placed its seismometer (SEIS) down and initiated the innovative mission. […]

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Elon Musk’s Crew Dragon Sent Plumes of Smoke Over Cape Canaveral During a Test

Elon Musk’s Crew Dragon Sent Plume of Smoke Over Cape Canaveral During a Test

On Saturday, SpaceX’s Crew Dragon experienced a failure during an engine test at the company’s landing site in Cape Canaveral. The incident resulted in a massive plume of smoke rising from the company’s facility in Florida. The aerospace vehicle maker carried out the test in order to prepare for an in-flight abort test. No injuries […]

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Researchers Worked to Restore Cellular Activity of Dead Pigs Brain

Researchers Worked to Restore Cellular Activity of Dead Pigs Brain

In an advance study, researchers have succeeded to restore some brain functions in pigs. As per a team of Yale scientists, the pigs were butchered before four hours when they revived the cells. In future, the finding may result in approaches in treating human stroke and brain injuries. The team found that science can stop […]

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NASA Sent Mice to ISS Who Surprisingly Adapted Microgravity Environment

NASA Sent Mice to ISS Who Surprisingly Adapted Microgravity Environment

NASA has parceled a number of payloads and missions to the International Space Station since last few years. The space agency recently ferried mice into space in order to determine the impact of microgravity environments. Uniquely, the rodent astronauts are helping humans to explore the Red Planet. The day is not distant when NASA and […]

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