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Half-million-year-old wooden structure unearthed in Zambia

Ancient timber preserved in a riverbed suggests humans were building wooden structures 500,000 years ago. Source link
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Rishi Sunak considers weakening key green policies

Conservative MP Chris Skidmore, the former chairman of the UK government’s net zero review, said diluting green policies would “cost the UK jobs, inward investment, and future economic growth that
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Google DeepMind AI speeds up search for disease genes

Google DeepMind has used its technology to identify parts of human DNA that might cause diseases. Source link
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'This could be the holy grail to replace palm oil' – research team

An Edinburgh food research team produces a lower-fat alternative aimed at cutting palm oil dependence. Source link
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Antarctic sea-ice at 'mind-blowing' low alarms experts

Missing winter sea ice signals changes that could be a “disaster for the world”, scientists say. Source link
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Major UK methane greenhouse gas leak spotted from space

The detection of methane by satellite raises hopes future leaks can be stopped more quickly. Source link
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Ultra-Processed Food, Especially Those With Artificial Sweeteners, May Elevate Depression Risk

The food choices you make do not just affect your physical health, they can also impact your mental well-being. A new study has found that processed food, especially those with
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£3K a shift – how doctor strikes cost NHS fortune

Concern mounts about costs of walkouts in England, as doctors charge premium rates to provide cover. Source link
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Should we screen all newborns for neurodevelopmental disorders?

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain Expanding newborn screening (NBS) to include identifying genes associated with an increased risk for neurodevelopmental disorders (NDD) would cause more harm than good, according to an
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Study evaluates method of remote screening and assessment for cognitive impairment and dementia

In a recent study published in the journal JAMA Network Open, researchers evaluated the performance of the electronic Clinical Dementia Rating (eCDR) against that of other clinically administered assessments, including
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Muvalaplin and Olpasiran Show Promise in Lowering Lp(a)

Investigational muvalaplin (Eli Lilly), the first oral therapy being developed to lower lipoprotein (a) levels, was shown to reduce levels in a phase 1 trial, with no safety concerns, researchers
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Study Says Tumor Can Be Detected Early Through Breast Milk

Early diagnosis improves the survival and success rates of breast cancer treatment. In a study, researchers found that breast milk can be used as a potential tool for early detection
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