Thursday, June 13, 2024
A recent large-scale study from Stanford Medicine, led by Jamie Zeitzer and Renske Lok, found that regardless of chronotype, staying up late significantly increases the risks of depression, anxiety, and other behavioral disorders.
Philipp Fussenegger, founder and owner of Cybrothel, said AI would mostly be used for porn because people feel more comfortable sharing private matters with a machine. Berlin residents will...
According to data from a Statista Consumer Insights survey, smoking is still popular in many countries like China, Germany, and Spain, with China topping the list as 42% of its population consumes cigarettes at least occasionally.
According to a recent study published in JAMA Network, girls are getting their periods sooner. The study was conducted by researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Due to a mistake during setup that left a data field blank, a Google Cloud error erased a $135 billion pension fund, which was luckily recovered due to backups on Google Cloud.
According to new research published in Nature, depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder are linked with ancient viral DNA known as HERVs in our genome. Ancient viruses have left behind...
NASA and international partners are collaborating to establish a new timekeeping system for the moon, addressing the complexities of lunar time as astronauts prepare for future missions.
The Kashiwazaki Kariwa Nuclear Power Plant, the world's largest, sits dormant amidst global energy demands. Despite Japan's goal to derive 50% of its energy from nuclear sources by 2030, the plant has remained inactive since the Fukushima...
A new paper in the New England Journal of Medicine, led by Dr. Wang, decodes deadly blood clots from COVID vaccines, revealing that PF4 antibodies in vaccine-induced thrombosis (VITT) and common cold infections share identical molecular structures.
Based on the most recent World Bank data, the world's wettest and driest countries are Colombia and Egypt, respectively. The world's wettest and driest countries are a study in...