California Man Free of HIV And Cancer in Astonishing Medical Recovery : ScienceAlert

On the list of illnesses that nobody wants, cancer and HIV both rank pretty high, and Californian man Paul Edmonds had both. But ever since one particular treatment five years ago, he’s been free of both cancer and HIV. The patient is now considered in remission from acute myelogenous leukemia (AML), and in another two … Read more

Artemis 2 moon astronauts will enjoy maple cream cookies and smoked salmon thanks to Canada

MONTREAL, CANADA — Canadian cereal, curry and maple cream cookies are all flying to the moon. The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) recently revealed the food that will be flying on board Artemis 2, the first human moon mission in 53 years, when it lifts off in September 2025 or so (following a recent nine-month delay … Read more

First-ever sighting of a live newborn great white shark – no one has seen one in the wild, it seems, until now. The Malibu Artist, a well-known drone YouTuber, captured the footage and is a co-author of the peer-reviewed paper in Environmental Biology of Fishes journal.

First-ever sighting of a live newborn great white shark – no one has seen one in the wild, it seems, until now. The Malibu Artist, a well-known drone YouTuber, captured the footage and is a co-author of the peer-reviewed paper in Environmental Biology of Fishes journal.

Scientists Discover an Ancient Pattern Hidden in The Feathers of Birds : ScienceAlert

According to an analysis of hundreds of preserved bird specimens from museum collections around the globe, there’s a specific set of feather rules behind the power of flight. These newly discovered rules allow scientists to better predict which dinosaurs could fly too. “Theropod dinosaurs, including birds, are one of the most successful vertebrate lineages on … Read more

Seeking Good Spot Near Escalante UT

I am staying in Escalante UT for a few days and have never been to this part of the world before. Do you have suggestions for places that I can go to try some astrophotography? I do understand that there isn’t much in the way of light pollution around me but it’s kind of overwhelming … Read more

Men who eat kimchi 1-3 times a day could be at a lower risk of obesity, according to research funded by the Korean government-backed World Institute of Kimchi. A higher intake of kkakdugi (radish kimchi) was associated with a lower risk of abdominal obesity in both men and women. N= 100,000

Men who eat kimchi 1-3 times a day could be at a lower risk of obesity, according to research funded by the Korean government-backed World Institute of Kimchi. A higher intake of kkakdugi (radish kimchi) was associated with a lower risk of abdominal obesity in both men and women. N= 100,000