Google searches to buy chloroquine spiked by 442% following Donald Trump and Elon Musk’s endorsements of the drug for treating COVID-19
Scientists explains why sleep is so vital to our health. Scientists with expertise in neuroscience, biology, statistics and physics, conducted the most comprehensive statistical analysis of sleep to date, using data from more than 60 sleep studies involving humans and other mammals
The universe likely has trillions of planets made primarily of diamonds, scientists confirmed
The number of adults experiencing depression in the U.S. has tripled, according to a major study. Before the pandemic, 8.5% of U.S. adults reported being depressed. That number has risen to 27.8% as the country struggles with COVID-19.
Coronavirus is heat tolerant, self-healing and very resilient in lab tests
Minority group members who read negative, discriminatory tweets from President Trump later performed worse on a spatial reasoning task than those who read neutral tweets. Study suggests engaging with negative, emotionally arousing social media content can harm cognitive performance.
Environmental lawsuits against corporations are 12% less likely to lead to a settlement when they are adjudicated by Republican-appointed judges. For causal inference, the study uses the random assignment of U.S. Federal District Courts judges to cases.
Experiencing multiple stressors triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic – such as unemployment – and COVID-19-related media consumption are directly linked to rising acute stress and depressive symptoms across the U.S., according to a groundbreaking University of California, Irvine study.
Arctic sea ice is being increasingly melted from below by warming Atlantic water | Weakening of Cold Halocline Layer Exposes Sea Ice to Oceanic Heat in the Eastern Arctic Ocean
Defying a 150-year-old Gibbs phase rule for phase behavior, which states that many substances can occur in up to three phases simultaneously. Five different phases found in mixtures of two substances, something that many scholars considered impossible.
Macrophages Pick-up "Trash" From Heart Muscles
Horror fans showed more psychological resilience during the pandemic
Hostile sexism and racism became stronger predictors of the House vote in the 2018 cycle than they had been in 2016. This is primarily because less sexist and less racist voters switched to the Democratic Party.
Paleontologists have discovered a diverse assemblage of 120,000-year-old human and animal footprints in an ancient lake deposit in Saudi Arabia's Nefud Desert, offering new insights into the trajectories of human migrations out of Africa, according to a study.
The psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown on the migrant workers: A cross-sectional survey
Engineers produce a fisheye lens that’s completely flat. The single piece of glass produces crisp panoramic images.
Climate change is increasing the likelihood of extreme autumn wildfire conditions across California
A study conducted by Hiroshima University researchers found that using Ultraviolet C light with a wavelength of 222 nanometers which is safer to use around humans effectively kills SARS-CoV-2 -- the first research in the world to prove its efficacy against the virus that causes COVID-19.
An international team of researchers has found that some of the oldest terrain on Venus, known as tesserae, have layering that seems consistent with volcanic activity. The finding could provide insights into the enigmatic planet’s geological history.
COVID-19 re-infection by a phylogenetically distinct SARS-coronavirus-2 strain confirmed by whole genome sequencing
Scientists demonstrate a new method of producing a specific class of organic compounds, which promises to accelerate drug discovery research for several diseases. The use of malonates as reactant is what allows this multi-functionalization, setting this novel method apart from existing methods.
Study finds that Ventromedial Thalamus, which is predominantly involved in movement, also plays a role in cost-benefit decision making processes
An approach to public engagement which respects grass-roots and community knowledge has an important role to play in improving our understanding of the relationship between traditional healing and Western-style medicine in low-/middle-income countries, according to a new paper in Medical Humanities
A Scientific First: How Psychedelics Bind to Key Brain Cell Receptor - Work sets the stage for the discovery of new kinds of antidepressants, anti-anxiety drugs, and treatments for substance use disorders
Brain-scanning backpack brings neuroscience into the real world
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