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نظرية التطور عبر الإنتقاء الطبيعي

الصفحة 1 من 5<p>1 2 3 4 5<p>نظرية التطور حقيقة علمية مثبتة أكثر من أي نظرية علمية حتى الآن. هذا يعني أن فهمنا لنظرية التطور يفوق فهمنا للجاذبية و …

First U.S. penis transplants could help wounded troops

<b>(CNN) —</b> The Johns Hopkins University medical team that performed arm and hand transplants hopes to perform the first penile transplant in the United States in the coming months.<p>The team led by Dr. W.P. Andrew Lee hopes to help returning servicemen with an often-hidden wound of war. Modern warfare …

‎نبض Nabd - اخبار العالم ، عاجل on the App Store

5.5<p>Jun 13, 2018<p>● إضافة قسم "كأس العالم" الجديد<br>● تم نقل "المفضلة" إلى قسم "حسابي"<br>● إصلاحات وتحسينات في الأداء<p>● Added new "World Cup" section.<br>● Moved …

Extreme Sports

Forget Wi-Fi. Meet the new Li-Fi Internet

What if we could use existing technologies to provide Internet access to the more than 4 billion people living in places where the infrastructure …

The Data Scientist’s Toolbox

Coursera

5 Italian Foods You Must Try in Philly

Traditional Italian food is known to most people around the globe but tasting it in Italy, where recipes have been handed down for generations and …

Different types of child abuse: similar consequences

Emotional abuse may be as harmful as physical abuse and neglect. This finding led by a team of researchers at McGill University complements previous …

Developing the tools to find new generation antibiotics

Scientists at the University of York have taken an important step in the search to find new antibiotics that are effective against resistant bacteria.<p>…

The first human head transplant: 'it will be a success'

It may sound like something from Mary Shelley's <i>Frankenstein</i>, but the possibility of the world's first human head transplant is very real. In December …

Viruses from newborn gut are new to science

Shortly after a baby’s birth, bacteria aren’t the only invaders to colonize the gut. Viruses move in, too, according to new research.<p>The study, …

Scientist who let bees sting him on 25 different body parts awarded Ig Nobel prize

Winners of this year Ig Nobel Prize include scientists who attached a weight to the rear chicken to see if it walked like a dinosaur<p>A scientist who let bees sting him repeatedly on 25 different locations in his body has been awarded the Ig Nobel Prize for physiology.<p>The prestigious prize, which is …

The bacteria-fighting super element that’s making a comeback in hospitals: copper

By Lena H. Sun<p>, Reporter<p>Ancient Egyptians used copper to sterilize chest wounds and drinking water. Greeks, Romans and Aztecs relied on copper compounds to treat burns, headaches and ear infections. Thousands of years later, the ancient therapeutic is being embraced by some hospitals because of its …

Drug mentioned by Hippocrates may reverse Alzheimer's memory loss

Salsalate is already used for arthritis but it could bring back memories of people suffering from Alzheimer's disease<p>One of the world’s oldest drugs which was first mentioned by Hippocrates in the 5th Century BC could help restore memory in Alzheimer’s patients, scientists hope.<p>Salsalate, which …

Dementia

How fear drives American politics

Does it seem like Washington has no new ideas? Instead of looking to build the future, it sometimes feels like the US political establishment happily …

This Is The Number One Cause of Death Among Hispanics

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States overall, but a new report finds that cancer remains the number one killer of U.S. …

Why Mark Zuckerberg wants everyone to read about the origins of global poverty

Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. For his 18th pick, he's gone with "Why Nations Fail" by MIT economist Daren Acemoğlu and Harvard political scientist James Robinson, first published in 2012.<p>After 15 years of research, the authors …

Globalization

Researchers Identify Three Distinct Subtypes of Alzheimer's Disease

<b>Finding could mean that each variation would need to be treated differently.</b><p>Alzheimer’s disease, long thought to be a single disease, really consists …

Another Reason Not to Sit for Too Long: Liver Disease

Sitting for long periods has been linked to obesity, diabetes and heart disease — and now there's new evidence that it may also increase the risk of …

Experts Back Aspirin for Brain, Heart, and Colon

Low-dose aspirin was recommended for primary prevention of both cardiovascular disease and colorectal cancer for 50- to 59-year-olds by the U.S. …

Biomedicine

How I learned to communicate my inner life with Asperger's

Alix Generous is a young woman with a million and one ideas -- she's done award-winning science, helped develop new technology and tells a darn good …

Autism — what we know (and what we don't know yet)

In this factual talk, geneticist Wendy Chung shares what we know about autism spectrum disorder — for example, that autism has multiple, perhaps …

This is what 365 days without a vacation does to your health

If you live in the US, the odds are high that you haven’t taken a vacation this year (or last year, for that matter).<p>Before enduring another year without an official getaway, either because of work commitments or an otherwise hectic routine, consider the following: A growing body of literature …

You’re more likely to die in a hospital if admitted on the weekend. Avoid Mondays and Fridays, too

Doctors, more than anyone, deserve a quiet weekend whenever possible. Sadly, however, when too many take the weekend off, more people die than otherwise would.<p>This is called the “weekend effect,” and it has been observed in many countries across the world. Now, a new study published in the British …

Are you risking cancer when you put that meat on the grill?

Firing up the backyard grill to cook some juicy meat over a hot flame: It’s an American tradition, especially on the coming Labor Day weekend. Charring pork, beef, fish and poultry is a good way to kill bacteria, but studies show that high heat and flames can create potentially cancer-causing …

Why eating late at night may be particularly bad for you and your diet

By Jennifer Van Allen<p>Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren’t hungry.<p>Scientists are getting closer to understanding why people indulge after dark and …

Weight Loss

Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists

Scientists have turned cancerous cells back to normal by switching back on the process which stops normal cells from replicating too quickly<p>Cancer cells have been programmed back to normal by scientists in a breakthrough which could lead to new treatments and even reverse tumour growth.<p>For the …

The 7 Best Exercises for Your IT Band

Runners know all too well that any sort of sharp pain—whether it’s in the shins, knees, or ankles—can put a sudden end to training days. One of the …

Meat Consumption and Cancer Risk

The World Health Organization has determined that dietary factors account for at least 30 percent of all cancers in Western countries and up to 20 …

Cancer