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Viruses are 10 times more successful if infection starts in morning, findings show

Viruses are 10 times more successful if infection starts in morning, findings show

A University of Cambridge study has suggested that viruses are more risky when they infect somebody in the morning. Published in PNAS, the findings have shown that the viruses were 10 times more triumphant in case the infection began in the morning.

And, the animal studies discovered that an interrupted body clock, due to shift-work or jet lag, was always at risk of infection. According to the researchers the findings may lead to fresh ways of halting pandemics.

United Network for Organ Sharing redrawing map that governs how donated livers are distributed

United Network for Organ Sharing redrawing map that governs how donated livers are distributed

The US’ transplant network is going to take a much needed and long-awaited move to ease a serious disparity: The place where you live impacts whether you receive a well in time liver transplant or die seeking one.

Boy’s death on world’s tallest water slide points to danger of allowing theme park industry to police itself

Boy’s death on world’s tallest water slide points to danger of allowing theme park industry to police itself

The death of a young boy on the world’s tallest water slide recently has raised many questions. The incident has pointed towards the risk of permitting the theme park industry to police itself.

So far, nobody has any clue about what killed the 10-year-old Caleb Schwab on August 7 at Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Kansas City, Kan.

Many Parents Still Not Following ‘Back to Sleep’ Campaign

Many Parents Still Not Following ‘Back to Sleep’ Campaign

A new study has found that decades of warnings from the “Back to Sleep” campaign seem to have gone unheard as a large number of parents continue to put their little ones to sleep in ways that raise the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

The campaign, which was launched in the 1990s by doctors and public health experts, encourages parents to make their infants sleep on their back, keep soft bedding out of the crib, and take other "safe sleep" measures.

Hot weather encourages cockroaches to fly

Hot weather encourages cockroaches to fly

A lot of people across the eastern and central United States have faced problems in dealing with a boiling summer. Though the weather was hard for some people to deal with, other animals marched in and even flourished, mainly cockroaches.

My work confirms existence of Hawking radiation, says physicist

My work confirms existence of Hawking radiation, says physicist

Physicist Stephen Hawking made a famous prediction in 1974 that black holes aren't completely black suggesting that they release radiation. Now an experimental physicist, Jeff Steinhauer from Haifa’s Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, has probably proved him right.

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