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Bacteria in Faeces Have Association with Levels of Dangerous Fat in Body

Bacteria in Faeces Have Association with Levels of Dangerous Fat in Body

A study by a group of researchers from theKing's College Londonhas linked dangerous body fat to bacteria in faeces. Its make-up may affect levels on fat in a body, it added.

For the study, the researchers examined stool samples of over 3,600 twins, and came to know that some of the bacteria inherited. They believe that the link could explain obesity problem in a family hierarchy.

Cities Replacing High-intensity LEDs after AMA Warning?

Cities Replacing High-intensity LEDs after AMA Warning?

After warning from theAmerican Medical Association (AMA)related to LED lighting, some US cities have started to think again about high-intensity LED streetlights. New Yorkhas started the process of replacing these lights witha lower-intensity bulbthat according to AMA is a safer technique.

Researchers solve Long-standing Mystery of Singing Fish

Researchers solve Long-standing Mystery of Singing Fish

Mysterious singing of plainfin midshipman fishkept people living houseboats in the San Francisco Bay awake and amazed for a long time, but now, they can sleep in peace as scientists have finally solved the mystery.

Norwegian scientists train horses to communicate with humans

Norwegian scientists train horses to communicate with humans

Norway scientists said that they have trained their horses to communicate with humans by pointing their muzzle atsymbols present on a board.

When the horses were asked if they wished to wear a rug or not, their answers matched up with the outside weather, which indicated that they weren't only pointing at random.

Shiga toxin-producing E.coli Outbreak affects seven people, Adams Farm Slaughterhouse recalls beef products

Shiga toxin-producing E.coli Outbreak affects seven people, Adams Farm Slaughterhouse recalls beef products

An outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coliO157:H7 infections, has been announced. Seven people have been infected with the strain in four states. Five people have to be hospitalized, but none has developed hemolytic uremic syndrome, a type of kidney failure.

Investigation finds ‘large breach’ in launcher’s upper stage helium pressurization system behind Falcon 9 explosion

Investigation finds ‘large breach’ in launcher’s upper stage helium pressurization system behind Falcon 9 explosion

On Friday, SpaceX said that they investigated the cause of the dramatic Falcon 9 rocket explosion and found a ‘large breach’ in the upper stage helium pressurization system of the launcher led by the booster destruction and its $200 million satellite payload.

As per officials making come back to flight ‘safely and reliably’ with the Falcon 9 rocket has become the main priority of the SpaceX.

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