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Is Running on the Beach Good for Your Body?

The beach may seem like an inviting place to run on a cool summer morning, but is running on the sand good for your body? It can be, but it’s important to know the challenges and potential injuries that some beach runners experience, said Dr. Kelton Vasileff, an orthopedic surgeon at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. “Running on ...

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This Alien World Has No Clouds, and That’s Weird

The team, led by Nikolay Nikolov, an astronomer at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, detected this hot gas giant, known as WASP-96b, using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope in Chile. The team determined the atmospheric makeup of the exoplanet by studying it as it passed in front of its host star and measuring how the planet and ...

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Here’s What the Next Pandemic Pathogen Might Look Like

It’s a nightmare scenario: An infectious disease is spreading around the world and threatening to topple civilization as we know it. But what kind of disease could do this? A new report aims to address that question, in the hopes of preventing or better preparing for such a scenario. The researchers found that although pathogens like Ebola and Zika make headlines, they are unlikely ...

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MIT announced today (April 2) that it has severed a subcontract with Nectome, a company that says it will preserve the brains of dying people in order to revive them in the future.

MIT Just Cut Ties with Nectome, the ‘100-Percent-Fatal’ Brain-Preserving Company MIT announced today (April 2) that it has severed a subcontract with Nectome, a company that says it will preserve the brains of dying people in order to revive them in the future. MIT’s announcement stated that it is cutting off a subcontract that involved the university in Nectome’s grant-funded ...

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Weirdly Dimmable ‘Alien Megastar’ Darkens Again

A faraway megastar that once raised questions about aliens because of its weird pattern of dimming has darkened once again. By now, though, researchers have figured out that it’s not an alien megastructure that is causing the dimming; it’s just dust. Still, astronomer Tabetha Boyajian of Louisiana State University and colleagues are keeping a close eye on the far-off star, trying to figure ...

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Spring Daylight Saving: Lose an Hour of Sleep, But Save a Koala

This Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of daylight saving time (DST), and what better way to celebrate than by losing an hour of sleep in the morning and gaining an hour of sunlight in the evening. The time change happens at 2 a.m. local time on Sunday (March 11) — meaning that clocks everywhere will jump from 1:59 a.m. to ...

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NASA’s ‘Quiet Supersonic’ Plane Could Change Airports Forever

Breaking the sound barrier was a challenge of engineering. It was also incredibly, and perhaps maddeningly, loud. In the heady days after the end of World War II, back when NASA was NACA (the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics), going faster than sound meant finding a willing pilot, building a capable plane, and then tearing up an empty swath of sky over ...

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How Much Money Would It Take to Make You Happy? Scientists Calculate

Money may not buy you love, but it turns out that the green stuff can bring happiness, to a point: New research finds that there’s a limit to how beneficial a lofty income is to an individual’s well-being. By Samantha Mathewson, Live Science Contributor | February 14, 2018 05:00pm ET And that sweet spot in income, the new study revealed, is largely related ...

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The nervous system is a complex collection of nerves and specialized cells known as neurons that transmit signals between different parts of the body. It is essentially the body’s electrical wiring.

The nervous system is a complex collection of nerves and specialized cells known as neurons that transmit signals between different parts of the body. It is essentially the body’s electrical wiring. Structurally, the nervous system has two components: the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. According to the National Institutes of Health, the central nervous system is made up ...

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Scientists Rush to Explore Underwater World Hidden Below Ice for 120,000 Years

A huge, trillion-ton iceberg about the size of Delaware broke free from Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf in July 2017. As it moved away from its chilly birth mom and into the Weddell Sea, a vast expanse of water saw the light for the first time in up to 120,000 years. By Jeanna Bryner, Live Science Managing Editor | February 12, 2018 10:47am ET And ...

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On Island of the Colorblind, Paradise Has a Different Hue

An island in the Pacific has a unique genetic history that affects how it understands color.   Pingelap Atoll, the Micronesian island in the South Pacific, sometimes goes by its other name, The Island of the Colorblind. That’s the moniker Oliver Sacks assigned the island in his 1996 book that explored the human brain. Pingelap piqued the interest of Sacks ...

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‘Bomb Cyclone’ Forecast to Hit East Coast

Just when you thought the weather couldn’t get any worse, The Washington Post hits us with “bomb cyclone.” That’s right: Forecasters suggest this “bomb” will make the U.S. East Coast unbearable for many. Water vapor across the globe on Jan. 3, 2018. Credit: NASA How does a system reach bomb-cyclone status? Its atmospheric pressure must drop so rapidly — at least 24 millibars ...

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2017, The State of Food Security and Nutrition in europe and central asia

The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) concerning the legal or development status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or ...

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Watch The New Trailer and Photos From Netflix’s ‘The Day I Met El Chapo: The Kate del Castillo Story’ (+ video)

Update: Sean Penn has threatened legal action against Netflix over the series you are about to read below. We have all read the Sean Penn Rolling Stone article he wrote back in 2016 where he and Mexican actress Kate del Castillo met with El Chapo. Well, that story is now being told in retrospect by Kate and Netflix in a three-episode biographical series titled ...

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Avoiding the risks

nem csökken a migrációs nyomás a rossz idő ellenére sem

On these page you will find information on what human trafficking and smuggling are, how the EU works to prevent these crimes, punish the offenders and protect the victims. You will also find out how the EU deals with children from outside the EU who travel alone to EU countries. You will also find information on staying in an EU Country ...

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A Fistful of Dollars- Sergio Leone – Action Western Movies [ Fᴜʟʟ Hᴅ ]

A wandering gunfighter plays two rival families against each other in a town torn apart by greed, pride, and revenge. Forrás: hirmagazin.euvideo Kiemelt kép: Do You Remember?

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Sky stops broadcasting Fox News in UK

Sky is to stop broadcasting Fox News in the UK after low audience figures, the media firm has said. 21st Century Fox, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch, said the channel was being withdrawn as it was not commercially viable. The decision was not related to Fox’s takeover bid for Sky, a source told the BBC. Culture secretary Karen Bradley ...

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Heat illness

Heat illness or heat-related illness is a spectrum of disorders due to environmental exposure to heat. It includes minor conditions such as heat cramps, heat syncope, and heat exhaustion as well as the more severe condition known as heat stroke. Classification A number of heat illnesses exist including: Heat stroke – Defined by a body temperature of greater than 40 °C (104 °F) due to environmental ...

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Why musicians are so angry at the world’s most popular music streaming service

With the money from CDs and digital downloads disappearing, the music industry has pinned its hope for the future on online song streaming, which now accounts for the majority of the $7.7 billion U.S. music market. But the biggest player in this future isn’t one of the names most associated with streaming — Spotify, Amazon, Pandora or Apple. It’s YouTube, the ...

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Trump loves a military parade — it’s one reason he’s heading to Paris

PARIS — President Trump was not expected to attend France’s Bastille Day, which this year will commemorate the 100th anniversary of the United States’ entry into World War I. But then he learned there would be a military parade. French President Emmanuel Macron told Trump in a June 27 phone call about the event, which this year will feature U.S. and ...

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Russian lawyer who met with Trump Jr. has long history fighting sanctions

The photograph is striking: There sits Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump Jr. and others at Trump Tower in Manhattan on June 9, 2016, seated a few days later in the front row of a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing at which witnesses discussed U.S. sanctions against her country. The day before, Veselnitskaya was at Washington’s ...

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Coal no longer fuels America. But the legacy — and the myth — remain

Boone County claims to be the birthplace of America’s coal industry, the rich and abundant black rock discovered in these verdant hills almost three centuries ago. Coal gives name to nearly everything in these parts — the Big and Little Coal rivers, the weekly Coal Valley News, the wondrous Bituminous Coal Heritage Foundation Museum and the West Virginia Coal Festival, ...

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At G-20, world aligns against Trump policies ranging from free trade to climate change

HAMBURG — The growing international isolation of the United States under President Trump was starkly apparent Friday as the leaders of major world economies mounted a nearly united opposition front against Washington on issues ranging from climate to free trade. At a gathering of the Group of 20 world economic powers — normally a venue for drab displays of international comity ...

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Protesters seek to impede summit as G-20 gets underway in Hamburg

HAMBURG — The Group of 20 economic summit began Friday in this northern German port city after clashes between protesters and police that could send ripples through the two days of meetings. German security forces used water cannons and pepper spray on Thursday to clear an anti-capitalist march in which a group with anarchist sympathies had a prominent presence. The skirmish ...

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Hamburg braces for mass protests as G-20 makes the city a site of global discord

HAMBURG — For a thousand years, this port city has connected northern Europe to the far reaches of the globe. Its international character will come into focus when world leaders gather here for the G-20 economic summit, which begins Friday. But its trademark openness will be tested as up to 100,000 protesters turn the old merchant city into a site of ...

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At parades and protests, GOP lawmakers get earful about health care

EASTPORT, Maine — For the 15th year, Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) spent July 4 marching through this town of 1,331, a short boat ride away from Canada. She walked and waved, next to marching bands and Shriner-driven lobster boats. Her constituents cheered — and then asked whether she would vote against repealing the Affordable Care Act. “There was only one issue. ...

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U.S. on collision course with Syria and Iran once de facto Islamic State capital falls

Trump administration officials, anticipating the defeat of the Islamic State in its de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa, are planning for what they see as the next stage of the war, a complex fight that will bring them into direct conflict with Syrian government and Iranian forces contesting control of a vast desert stretch in the eastern part of the ...

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Killing of Muslim teen near Va. mosque stemmed from road rage, police say

The Virginia teens were up late observing Ramadan, so they did what young people often do in the wee hours of the weekend: They went out for a bite to eat at McDonald’s. But as they walked and biked back to the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque in Sterling, along a major thoroughfare, a red car approached from behind ...

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