Astronomers found a crater from the mysterious rocket that smashed into the moon

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) – NASA’s eye-on-the-sky in orbit around the Moon – has found the crash site of the mysterious rocket launcher that crashed into the other side of the Moon on March 4, 2022. The LRO images taken on May 25 revealed not just a single crater, but a double crater formed … Read more

THIS flu vaccine can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 40 percent

People who received at least one flu vaccine were 40 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than their unvaccinated peers within four years, according to a new study. Photo: iStock New York:People who received at least one flu vaccine were 40 percent less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than their unvaccinated peers within four … Read more

‘Allergy epidemic’: Why you suffer from hay fever this year, even though you’ve never had it before, according to an allergy expert from Manchester

The summer sun has hit Greater Manchester this week, leaving many people with their first bout of hay fever. People who have never experienced hay fever may wonder why they have been affected this year – and a leading Manchester allergist has vital information. That Manchester Evening News talked to Dr. Susana Marinho, an allergist … Read more

Gov. Justice celebrates the opening of WVDNR’s Claudia L. Workman Wildlife Education Center

The opening of the Claudia L. Workman Wildlife Education Center fulfills the vision of the center’s namesake, the late Claudia Workman, whose husband Jack donated the 105-acre land to WVDNR in 2015 so a nature-based education center could be built. . Educational programs are developed using a partnership with the Extension Service at West Virginia … Read more

WHO panel: Monkey cups are not a global emergency ‘at this stage’

LONDON (AP) – The World Health Organization said the escalating monkey outbreak in more than 50 countries should be closely monitored, but does not justify being declared a global health emergency. In a statement on Saturday, a WHO contingency committee said many aspects of the outbreak were “unusual” and acknowledged that monkey pox – which … Read more

Genetic variants can affect how long Parkinson’s patients survive, a new study shows

ANI | Up to date: 26 June 2022 20:09 IS Washington [US]June 26 (ANI): Researchers from four institutes in Paris, including the acclaimed Paris Brain Institute at the Sorbonne University, have examined the records of 2,037 Parkinson’s patients from their first hospital visit and believe that genetic variants may shed light on how fast or … Read more

Breast cancer spreads more aggressively at night, surprising new study shows

When people with metastatic breast cancer close their eyes at night, their cancer wakes up and begins to spread. That is the striking conclusion from a magazine published in Nature this week, which overturns the assumption that breast cancer metastases occur at the same rate around the clock. The result could change the way doctors … Read more

Women’s heart attack differs from men’s, this gene may be the reason for – study – The Jerusalem Post

Women’s heart attack differs from men’s, this gene may be the cause – studyJerusalem Post Newly identified gene may be responsible for sex-related effects on women’s heart disease outcomesNews-Medical.Net Heart disease: Women experience the condition differently than men – new research suggests whyExpress See full coverage on Google News