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Scientists propose five-minute breath holds for treating cardiac arrhythmia
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 25 (ANI): A new technique that can enable a person to hold their breath for over five minutes has been developed by medical researchers who aim to use it as a treatment method to cure heart conditions such as arrhythmia.
Study reveals ill effects of marijuana for heart patients
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 25 (ANI): Physicians are worried after they found traces of Marijuana in a number of heart patients. While smoking tobacco leads to one in every four cardiovascular disease-related deaths, the cause of similar effects from using marijuana is still not entirely known. Various studies suggest that Marijuana can be the inducer for triggering heart attacks and strokes.
Scientists unearth soil-dwelling microorganisms that resemble 'Pac-man'
Panama City [Panama], Jan 25 (ANI): A group of scientists recently revealed in a study that the curious soil-dwelling microorganisms known as protists have an uncanny resemblance to the legendary 'Pac-man' arcade game character that gobbles up dots with its gaping mouth as it moves through a never-ending maze.
Genetic test developed to predict onset of glaucoma
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 25 (ANI): A group of researchers from Australia has formulated a genetic test that could detect people's susceptibility towards developing glaucoma, which is a debilitating ocular disease that can potentially make its sufferers go blind.
Scientists come across 'Vampire' star gorging on victim
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 25 (ANI): Astronomers have discovered a 'vampire' star in the midst of a feeding frenzy, with the help of an automated program that is sifting through archived data from the decommissioned Kepler Space Telescope.
Scientists unveil drug-duo to fight off cancer
Texas [USA], Jan 24 (ANI): Scientists have figured out a combination of two drugs that show promise in halting the proliferation of cancer cells that harbour a specific gene mutation.
People perceive gravity through visual cues: Study
Tel Aviv [Israel], Jan 24 (ANI): People adjust their bodily movements in response to gravity by perceiving visual cues from their surroundings rather than feeling it through changes in weight and balance.
Research advances in understanding the brightest explosions in the Universe
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 24 (ANI): Finally, the explanation around some unidentified features of one of the brightest stellar explosions one has ever come across is here. The Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics came up with the data on SN 2006gy.
Study traces coronavirus origin to snakes
Beijing [China], Jan 23 (ANI): Tracing the origins of highly contagious and life-threatening viruses is hugely imperative for formulating preventive strategies and treatment methods in the face of future outbreaks.
Giant planets could form around small stars much faster than previously thought
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 23 (ANI): New astronomy research from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) suggests that giant planets could form around small stars much faster than previously thought.
Inner complexity in Saturn moon 'Enceladus' hints at habitable conditions
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 23 (ANI): A new geochemical model has been developed by a Southwest Research Institute team, that reveals that carbon dioxide (CO2) from within Enceladus, an ocean-harbouring moon of Saturn, may be controlled by chemical reactions at its seafloor.
ESA to launch Solar Orbiter to face the Sun
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 23 (ANI): The European Space Agency's (ESA's) new Sun explorer will be launched from Cape Canaveral on 6 February.
Earth's early magnetic field stronger than previously thought: Study
Washington D.C. [USA], Jan 21 (ANI): The earth's invisible yet vital magnetic field exists as a result of hot molten iron flowing through its outer core. It is one of the primary factors that made our planet conducive for harbouring life. The magnetic fulfils its protective role by shielding the earth from harmful cosmic and solar radiations.
Researchers find explanation why little Nitrogen could be accounted for earlier in nebulous covering of comets
Bern [Switzerland], Jan 21 (ANI): In a recent study researchers have found the explanation for why Nitrogen could be accounted for only in little amounts earlier in the coma or the nebulous covering of comets.
Schizophrenia patients have low levels of SV2A proteins in their brains: Study Cells fight stress with adhesion: Study New study finds why men are more cancer prone SpaceX will destroy a Falcon 9 launch vehicle to test Crew Dragon escape system Brain magnetic resonance imaging enhanced through artificial intelligence: Study Biomaterial mimicking muscles can turn stem cells into bone Experiencing violence and adversity at early age can affect the brain To create the Universe's biggest explosions, stars need a partner Women blood vessels age faster than men's: Study Researchers develop new strategy to fight antibiotic resistance Scientists develop vacuum suction units that defy gravity NJIT scientists measure evolving energy of first minutes of a solar flare Asteroid could end life on earth after 10 million years, warn scientists 'Super-Earth' can be orbiting our nearest neighboring star Scientists attempt to measure temperature of dark matter Kaspersky forecasts cyberthreats to financial institutions in 2020 Transcranial electrical stimulation can boost memory: Study Galactic gamma-ray source map reveals birthplaces of high-energy particles 'Name the Rover' challenge underway for NASA's 2020 Mars expedition Stars need a partner to create Universe's brightest explosions Scientists date merger of Milky Way with dwarf galaxy Scientists discover 10 new bird taxa Malicious app spreads fake reviews thanks to in-app accessibility service abuse High risk diseases can originate while body changes during puberty Pokemon Go makes about $900 million in 2019 Fishing practices can majorly affect coral reef health, states recent study Reason unveiled behind human inclination towards counter-clock side preference Study reveals some gnome galaxies host massive blackholes Streaming platforms gain more popularity than ever African grey parrots go out of their way to help others
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