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Chinese researchers achieve breakthrough in high-pressure magnetic detection

ECNS 27 Mar 2023
Using optically detected magnetic resonance technology, they observed the pressure-induced magnetic phase transition of a magnet at about seven gigapascals, according to the study published in the journal Nature Materials on Friday.

The mouse trap

The Telegraph India 27 Mar 2023
The study, published in the journal Current Biology, challenges century-old stereotypes that kept female animals out of laboratory research — and, until the 1990s, barred women from clinical trials ... But a large sex gap persisted in basic science research using lab animals, studies that pave the way to medical breakthroughs.

More magnesium may mean better brain health, especially for women

New Atlas 27 Mar 2023
A study has provided new evidence about the link between magnesium intake and brain health ... A new study by researchers at the Australian National University has looked at brain volumes and white matter lesions (WMLs) and their association with dietary magnesium ... The study was published in the European Journal of Nutrition.

RC15 Title REVEAL: Ram Charan's next with Kiara Advani titled Game Changer

Pinkvilla 27 Mar 2023
Ram Charan and Kiara Advani's upcoming political thriller has been titled Game Changer. It was earlier tentatively titled RC15 ... RC15 Title REVEAL. Ram Charan's next with Kiara Advani titled Game Changer ... Though Lubna studied architec...ture, her love for all things glitzy made her opt for entertainment journalism ... .

The Supreme Court puts the spotlight on the mode of execution in death penalty cases

Indian Express 27 Mar 2023
In fact, a study published by the British Journal of American Legal Studies (2012) that examined 9,000 executions in the US between 1900 to 2010 found that executions using the lethal injection had a higher rate of being botched than any other method ... studied on human beings.

Health, emergency response officials warn of THC edible products

Olean Times Herald 27 Mar 2023
When consuming edible THC products, symptoms/reactions to THC are often delayed ... Trending Food Videos ... In January, the medical journal Pediatrics published a study reporting that the number of young children, particularly toddlers, who have been unintentionally exposed to edible marijuana products has spiked by 1,375% since 2017 ... .

What to know about new research on coffee and heart risks

SCNOW Morning News 27 Mar 2023
A study found that people tend to walk more and sleep less after drinking coffee ... Coffee has been associated with multiple health benefits and even a lower risk of dying, based on large studies that observed participants’ behavior ... The results were reported in the New England Journal of Medicine.

Their child's obesity drug was working. Then their plan refused to pay.

Yahoo Daily News 27 Mar 2023
The decision was based on a New England Journal of Medicine study that described how adolescents on the drug saw a 16 percent drop in BMI, 5 percent or more weight loss, and improvements in a range of cardiac and metabolic measures by the 68th week, or about a year and four months.

Warrior, Justice, The Lion Has Been Unleashed, Retribution Is Coming, Panic In DC – Ep. 3029

X22 Report 27 Mar 2023
A recent American Journal of Public Health study found that both the Dollar Tree and Dollar General have turned into the fastest-growing food retailers ... A total lie! Where has journalistic integrity gone? Oh yeah it’s all been bought? Every Olympic result ever in history & 17 peer reviewed studies show male puberty advantage cannot be fully removed.

Astrobiologist suggests we look for signs of life from elsewhere in the galaxy by studying ...

Phys Dot Org 26 Mar 2023
Tomonori Totani, an astrobiologist with the University of Tokyo is proposing that the search for life beyond Earth be expanded to the study of space dust. In his paper published in the journal International Journal of Astrobiology, he suggests that space dust could be harboring signs of life blasted away from other planets by asteroid strikes.

Study Confirms Physical Exercise Should Be First Choice for Mental Health Treatment

The Epoch Times 26 Mar 2023
This new study, which was conducted by a team of 13 Australian scientists, was published in February in the British Medical Journal’s British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Rising sea level, will Chennai and Kolkata drown? danger looming over the metropolis

Blitz 26 Mar 2023
The study examines natural fluctuations taking into account the projected rise in sea level due to climate change. The study gathered ... This study has been published in the journal ‘Nature Climate Change’.

Road traffic noise could heighten risk of hypertension: Study

Indian Express 26 Mar 2023
Exposure to road traffic noise could elevate the risk of developing hypertension, according to a new study ... They estimated road traffic noise based on the residential address and the Common Noise Assessment Method, a European modeling tool, they said in the study ... The study is published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

Gut bacteria in babies may predict type 1 diabetes in later life, study finds

The Observer 26 Mar 2023
Infants who went on to be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes had higher levels of bacteria that promote inflammation and are known to be involved in immune response, the team reports in the current issue of the journal of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes.

Molecular mechanism involved in type 2 diabetes: Research

Hindustan Times 26 Mar 2023
The study was published in the journal, 'Redox Biology'. The study has described -in patients and animal model samples of type 2 diabetes-- a decrease in mitochondrial proteins that synthesize complex subunits of the respiratory chain ... The aim of the study was to determine whether ...