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Eating one egg a day could significantly reduce your risk of heart disease, according to a major new study

Forget apples — it could be an egg a day that keeps the doctor away. That's according to new research from China, published in the journal Heart.<p>A team of researchers from China and the UK, led by Professor Liming Li and Dr Canqing Yu from the School of Public Health, Peking University Health …

Holistic Medicine

African-American bishop Michael Curry’s rousing sermon shows Brits how to church: Look at their reaction

LONDON — The Most Rev. Michael Curry, the first African-American to become the head of the U.S. Episcopal Church, put an end Saturday to centuries of …

Prince Harry

Study uncovers new circuit that fine tunes brain's decision to hide or confront threats

In a study of mice, National Institutes of Health-funded researchers describe a new circuit involved in fine-tuning the brain's decision either to …

The Brain

Genetic Disruption Points To Autism And Cerebral Palsy Link

A genetic signal common to both cerebral palsy and autism has been uncovered by researchers at the University of Adelaide.<p>Researchers also …

Autism

Uber plans to launch flying taxis with technology that doesn't exist

Tired of all the Ubers clogging up the road? Let’s have Ubers clog up the skies instead.<p>That’s right, the ride-sharing and transportation company …

Transportation

Why Walmart and Costco keep stealing market share from Canada’s grocery giants

TORONTO — Canada’s traditional grocery stores continued to lose food market share to Walmart and Costco in 2017, according to a new report that …

Costco

The Neighbourhood Where Google Plans to Kill the Private Car

Inside the Internet giant’s plan to build a utopian car-free neighbourhood on Toronto’s waterfront.<p>The DNA for suburbia was created by the Brooklyn real estate developer William Levitt. In the late 1940s and early 1950s, he built two communities named Levittown: one in Long Island, New York, and …

General Motors

Scientists spent three weeks exploring the Gulf of Mexico's uncharted ocean habitats — and the images they captured are fascinating

Scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration conducted an expedition to explore uncharted waters in the deepest parts of the Gulf of Mexico— and the images they're bringing back are astonishing.<p>During the mission, scientists spent three weeks aboard NOAA's <i>Okeanos Explorer</i> …

Gulf of Mexico

Scientists Find Another Possible Explanation For Why Hair Goes Grey

Scientists think they have stumbled upon a newly discovered mechanism that could explain why some people's hair turns grey and others become …

Immune System

A depression drug that researchers have called 'the most important discovery in half a century' just got a big lift

Ketamine, which has been called "the most important discovery in half a century," just got a step closer to becoming the first new depression drug in 35 years.<p>Johnson & Johnson, one of the pharmaceutical companies pursuing the drug's fast-acting antidepressant qualities, presented some promising …

Depression

New water-based battery can store wind and solar energy for pennies

Scientists have developed a water-based battery that can store power generated by wind and solar energy. The battery could solve issues with storing …

IBM: still failing after all these years

IBM is betting its future on growth in new businesses that it calls "strategic imperatives", but the 5 percent revenue growth in its latest quarter …

Amazon Web Services

A Yellowstone geyser has experienced unusual eruptions lately, and scientists can't explain why

The Steamboat Geyser at Yellowstone National Park can spout 300 feet of scalding water into the air, a feature of the world's tallest active geyser. That is known.<p>What isn't known is why is the geyser has erupted three times in the past six weeks, including one event on Friday in an unusual pattern …

Geology

After helping to kill the Red Baron 100 years ago, a Canadian hero finally gets his due | The Star

The Canadian story begins with a group of young volunteers from Carleton Place, Ont., and most notably one Capt. Arthur Roy Brown, who in the spring …

World’s First Electrified Road ONLY Cost $2 Million Per Mile

Sweden opened the world’s first section of electrified road to the public, but it didn’t come cheap.<p>The 1.2 miles of electrified roadway cost around …

Sun Flyer 2 prototype marks first test flight

The Sun Flyer 2, a prototype electric airplane being developed by Bye Aerospace in Colorado, took to the air on April 10 with a “fantastic first …

Aviation

Finger bone points to early human exodus

<b>New research suggests that modern humans were living in Saudi Arabia about 85,000 years ago.</b><p>A recently discovered finger bone believed to be <i>Homo sapiens</i> was dated using radio isotope techniques.<p>This adds to mounting evidence from Israel, China and Australia, of a widespread dispersal beyond Africa …

Anthropology

13,000-year-old human footprints found off Canada's Pacific coast

New evidence of human population living on the west coast of Canada at the end of last ice age<p>Human footprints found off Canada's Pacific coast may …

Science has just discovered a new 'organ' and it’s everywhere in your body

U.S. scientists say they have discovered a new human organ – one of the largest in the body, and one that was there the whole time.

Sinusitis

Horizontal Oil Production In The Uinta Basin To Grow With Adoption Of Longer Laterals, Focus On Lower Green River And Upper Wasatch Reservoirs

<b>Uinta Basin well productivity competes with other Rockies unconventional plays, though scale remains limited.</b><p>The Uinta Basin in Eastern Utah is …

Yes, I’ve eaten capybaras and iguanas during Lent

In Venezuela, fish is not the only thing you can eat on Fridays during Lent.<p>“While Catholics are instructed to abstain from meat on Fridays during …

The secrets of garnet reveal source of water to fuel powerful volcanoes and earthquakes

Among geologists who study powerful earthquakes and volcanoes, there is a mystery: as one of Earth's tectonic plates slides beneath another in a …

Earth Science

Once Written Off for Dead, the Aral Sea Is Now Full of Life

ARALSK DISTRICT, KAZAKHSTAN<p>Thanks to large-scale restoration efforts, the North Aral Sea has seen a resurgence of fish—a boon to the communities that rely on it.<p>Omirserik Ibragimov fixed his gaze on the hole he had carved out from the frozen Aral Sea. The 25-year-old’s hands moved steadily, pulling …

Geography

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Breakthrough Discovery in Neurotransmission, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers discover the FABP5 protein is key to how endocannibinoids travel from neurons to receptors.Source: University at Buffalo.Samir …

Neuroscience

Human DNA Shows We Had Plentiful Sex With Ancient Denisovan Hominins Thousands of Years Ago

If you think your love life is crazy, wait until you hear about what early humans got up to. New research shows that thousands of years ago, our …

Scientists helping to improve understanding of plate tectonics

Scientists are helping to improve understanding of how rocks in Earth's hot, deep interior enable the motions of tectonic plates, which regulate the …

Tree loss pushing beetles to the brink

<b>The loss of trees across Europe is pushing beetles to the brink of extinction, according to a new report.</b><p>The International Union for the Conservation of Nature assessed the status of 700 European beetles that live in old and hollowed wood.<p>Almost a fifth (18%) are at risk of extinction due to the …

Biodiversity

A supercolony of 1.5 million penguins went unnoticed until now – Quartz

The story of how scientists discovered a massive “supercolony” of Adélie penguins in Antarctica—which they detailed in a study published Friday (March 2)—begins in 2014, with NASA satellite imagery.<p>Heather Lynch, a professor of ecology and evolution at Stony Brook University, in New York, and …

Antarctica

World's oldest figurative tattoos found on 5,000-year-old Egyptian mummies

Experts in the U.K. have found the world’s oldest figurative tattoos on two ancient Egyptian mummies, one of which is the oldest tattooed female ever discovered.<p>The mummies, which date back to between 3351 B.C. and 3017 B.C., are in the collection of the British Museum in London. Researchers used …

What really happened on Trudeau's India trip: Trade concerns overshadowed by wardrobe choices, extremism talk

A look at criticisms justified and otherwise during the prime minister's eventful trip<p>Rarely has the journalistic echo chamber rung more hollow than …