SCIENCE

Unexpected precursors of heart attack are named

Unexpected precursors of heart attack are named

Most often, a heart attack is indicated by pain or pressure in the chest. However, according to the Express, other unexpected precursors of myocardial infarction can also be observed. According to Professor Adam Taylor of Lancaster University, plaque on the teeth, which looks like a sticky film, should cause concern. The fact is that it actively develops “bad” bacteria, which ...

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Scientists have named an effective way to support immunity

Scientists have named an effective way to support immunity

In winter, especially during a pandemic, the question of strengthening the immune system becomes acute. How to do this with the help of salads, told in an interview with Radio Sputnik the author of the project Salat shop, an expert on healthy eating Olga Malysheva. The main rule of healthy salad – minimize the amount of store mayonnaise, as its ...

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Scientists were able to teleport particles 44 kilometers away for the first time

Scientists were able to teleport particles 44 kilometers away for the first time

Scientists were able to teleport photon qubits through 44 kilometers of fiber for the first time, the journal PRX Quantum reported. A team of researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Enrico Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory said they were able to achieve accuracy rates of up to 90 percent during the experiment, confirmed by experiments on two different networks. The ...

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Vaccine fraud and global lockdown: Coronavirus pandemic “booked” until April

Vaccine fraud and global lockdown: Coronavirus pandemic "booked" until April

In the EU, a coronavirus pandemic has been “booked” until April. Residents faced vaccine fraud and a new global lockdown. Mass vaccination of citizens will not begin until mid-spring, the European Commission suggests. A large-scale quarantine has been imposed throughout Scotland. Now residents will be able to leave their homes only for vital necessities. Such a regime will last at ...

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A killer vaccine? Two more people die after coronavirus vaccination

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Is Pfizer’s drug really a killer vaccine? It has become known that two more people died shortly after being vaccinated against the coronavirus, this time in Norway. Whether or not the vaccine really caused the deaths is still under investigation. Two elderly people living in a Norwegian nursing home have died after being vaccinated against a coronavirus infection, local channel ...

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Scientists: Oumuamua was sent by an extraterrestrial civilization. China will help make sense of it.

Oumuamua

Professor Avi Loeb, head of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University, believes that the first message that humanity will receive from an extraterrestrial civilization will be a spaceship. As it turns out, such a message has already been sent in the form of an unusual extraterrestrial probe called 1I/Oumuamua. Oumuamua is a mysterious object crossing the solar system. It ...

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Thermonuclear power is our future!?

Thermonuclear power is our future!?

The world needs energy. The only question is where to get it from. Ways that have been traditional for a long line of decades have begun to scoop themselves up. Burning hydrocarbons can no longer be considered a highly efficient way to obtain energy. Scientists around the world have turned their sights towards fusion, seeing it as one of the ...

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UK concerned about ineffectiveness of vaccines against coronavirus from South Africa

Britons concerned about ineffectiveness of vaccines against coronavirus from South Africa

Vaccines may not be very effective against a new strain of coronavirus identified in the Republic of South Africa (RSA). This was reported to the political editor of ITV News, Robert Peston, by one of the British government’s scientific advisors. According to the journalist’s interlocutor, the UK is not sure that the already developed drugs will be as effective against ...

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UK inoculates first patient with Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

UK inoculates first patient with Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine

Britain today became the first country in the world to begin a vaccination campaign with a drug from AstraZeneca and Oxford University. The world’s first patient on Monday, January 4, was vaccinated against COVID-19 with a vaccine jointly developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford University, reports Sky News. So Brian Pinker, 82, a patient at Churchill Hospital on dialysis became the ...

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Does coronavirus deprive the body of calcium and vitamin D? Severe COVID-19 patients found a strange symptom

Does coronavirus deprive the body of calcium and vitamin D? Severe COVID-19 patients found a strange symptom

Patients with severe coronavirus infection were found to be deficient in calcium and vitamin D, which was not the case before the disease began. According to the expert, this has to do with the low oxygen saturation of the patients’ blood. Almost 40% of patients with severe COVID-19 coronavirus infection had calcium levels below normal. Natalya Mokrysheva, the corresponding member ...

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