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Study paints picture of Earth warmer than in about 120,000 years

Study paints picture of Earth warmer than in about 120,000 years

A latest study has created a picture of our world that is hotter than it was in over nearly 120,000 years, and it ultimately hit its hottest mark in over 2 million years.

Currently a climate policy official at the US Environmental Protection Agency, Carolyn Snyder, while making her doctoral dissertation at Stanford University, came up with a constant 2 million year temperature record quite longer than a past 22,000 year record.

SpaceX conducts debut firing test of its Raptor engine

SpaceX conducts debut firing test of its Raptor engine

The aerospace company, SpaceX has performed the debut firing test of its Raptor engine that will probably be used for the Red Planet humans mission.

The Raptor engine has a back of a powerful propulsion system, making it three times stronger than the Merlin engines SpaceX Falcon 9 uses.

Nausea and Vomiting During Pregnancy Linked to Lower Risk of Miscarriage: Study

Nausea and Vomiting During Pregnancy Linked to Lower Risk of Miscarriage: Study

Success rate is higher for those women with a history of miscarriage who complaint about morning sickness, as per a new study by US researchers. During subsequent pregnancy attempts for such women, occurrence of vomiting and nausea is a good thing, it added.

Scientists shed light on bizarre dinosaur having bony domed head

Scientists shed light on bizarre dinosaur having bony domed head

On the basis of a fossilized partial skull excavated in 1940 near Big Spring, Texas and then remained in drawer in a University of Texas paleontology collection, scientists have discussed about a bizarre dinosaur named Triopticus primus.

Bacteria composition in human feces may influence level of bad fat in bodies

Bacteria composition in human feces may influence level of bad fat in bodies

Analysis of stool samples of more than 3,600 twins has unveiled that composition of bacteria present in human feces may influence the level of bad fat in the bodies. Study researchers have explained in Genome Biology that the make-up of feces bacteria could help in explaining as to why obesity is passed down through families.

More Hispanic Women Receiving Breast Cancer Treatment, Thanks to ACA

More Hispanic Women Receiving Breast Cancer Treatment, Thanks to ACA

More Hispanic women have chosenbreast cancer treatmentand took part in clinical trials at a California cancer centerafter the implementation of Affordable Care Act (ACA) about two years ago, suggested a new study.

The study’s results are clearly showing that numbers of Hispanic breast cancer patients have surged significantly at Californiacancer center, thanks to ACA implementation in the state in 2014, said Chloe Lalonde of the American Association for Cancer Research.

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