Chinese spacecraft to collect samples touches down on Moon
The lander will convey the samples to an orbiting vehicle that can bring them back.
Spending long time on phone not bad for mental health: Study
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According to the findings, published in the journal 'Technology, Mind, and Behavior', general smartphone usage is a poor predictor of anxiety, depression or stress when it comes to digital detoxes.
Maintain healthy cholesterol levels to fight Covid: Experts
The doctors said that the biggest risk factor of heart diseases is unhealthy cholesterol levels. So, it is important to keep a track of your lipid profile and maintain healthy cholesterol levels.
Deep learning can predict breast cancer risk
Traditional risk assessment models do not leverage the level of detail that is contained within a mammogram," said study author Leslie Lamb from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in the US.
Women at higher risk of heart attack death than men: Study
For this study, published in the journal Circulation, the research team data focused on more than 45,000 patients (30.8 per cent women) hospitalized for a first heart attack between 2002-2016 in Alberta, Canada.
Divorce negatively impacts physical, mental health: Study
For the study, the research team obtained 'real-time' data on 1,856 very recent divorcees, who completed questionnaires about their background, health and their divorce.
Influenza infections may up pneumonia risk: Study
The presence of HtrA weakens the immune system and promotes bacterial growth in the influenza-infected airways. The lack of HtrA stops bacterial growth.
Climate change having uneven impact on world's arid regions
For the study, published in the journal Nature Sustainability, researchers from University of Copenhagen in Denmark followed vegetation trends across the planet's driest areas using satellite imagery from recent decades.
Regions of brain where serotonin promotes patience identified
The study draws heavily on previous research, where the unit used a powerful technique called optogenetics -- using light to stimulate specific neurons in the brain -- to establish a causal link between serotonin and patience.
This galaxy surviving a black hole's feast
"We were surprised to see another oddball galaxy that defies current theories," said Kevin Cooke, postdoctoral researcher at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, and lead author of this study.