Obesity and smoking, fatal factors for heart health | PUBLIC .MD

Obesity affects about 30% of the world’s population and poses a major risk to cardiovascular health. The combination of obesity and smoking can be fatal to the heart and increase …

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STUDY: Genetic patterns could explain why some young people without comorbidities suffer from severe forms of COVID-19 | PUBLIC .MD

An international research team has identified genetic patterns that could explain why some young and healthy people develop severe and life-threatening forms of COVID-19. The authors of the research, published …

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“Miraculous” bacteria introduced into mosquitoes reduced Dengue fever by 77% | PUBLIC .MD

Cases of Dengue fever fell by 77% in an unprecedented study, where mosquitoes that spread the disease were genetically modified, informs BBC. Scientists have used mosquitoes infected with a “miracle” …

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Malaria vaccine successfully tested in Burkina Faso could be huge medical breakthrough | PUBLIC .MD

A malaria vaccine developed by Oxford University showed an effectiveness of 77% in the first tests on human subjects and could be a huge discovery in the fight against the …

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NASA wants to know how well humans can adapt to space PUBLIC .MD

NASA researchers have found that such missions in which astronauts will be deprived of gravitational force can have a negative impact on astronauts’ cognitive ability and emotional intelligence., Mediafax. It …

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