Should you worry about heavy phone use causing cancer?

An Italian court has ruled that heavy cellphone usage was to blame for a man’s tumour. But there is still no convincing evidence that phones raise cancer risk …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Arkansas should halt execution spree and let its drugs expire

Regardless of your view on the death penalty, there’s scant evidence to back the idea that the use of lethal injection is humane, says Anna Nowogrodzki …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Is Serena Williams’s pregnancy making her a better athlete?

Williams was 8 weeks pregnant at the Australian Open. Some theories suggest early pregnancy boosts athletic performance, but there isn’t much evidence …read more Source:: New Scientist

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How pregnancy could affect an elite athlete like Serena Williams

Williams was 8 weeks pregnant at the Australian Open. Some theories suggest early pregnancy boosts athletic performance, but there isn’t much evidence …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Machine learning shows exactly when to zap brain to boost memory

Jolting the brain with electricity really does seem to boost memory, but only if it’s done at the right time. Now we can detect when the brain could use a …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Blood from human babies make brains of elderly mice young again

Young blood can rejuvenate the mind. Now a study has identified a protein in umbilical cord blood that can boost memory and brain function in aged mice …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Blood from human babies makes brains of elderly mice young again

Young blood can rejuvenate the mind. Now a study has identified a protein in umbilical cord blood that can boost memory and brain function in aged mice …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Psychedelic drugs push the brain to a state never seen before

Brain measurements have revealed that LSD, ketamine and psilocybin cause patterns of brain activity that are far more diverse than normal consciousness …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Not just a headache: How migraine changes your brain

Migraine changes the way you experience the world all the time, not just during an attack. It’s time for a new approach to treatment …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Zika mosquito is spreading worldwide but WHO wants to stop it

Inspired by efforts that have curbed malaria, the World Health Organization wants to control the Aedes mosquito in every one of the 140 countries it is found …read more Source:: New Scientist

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