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Most probably Pluto's subsurface ocean exist: Study

Most probably Pluto's subsurface ocean exist: Study

A journal Geophysical Research Letters-published research paper has unveiled that a simulation of as to how Pluto got its heart has suggested that the dwarf planet most probably has a liquid water ocean beneath its surface.

Mass exodus from Africa occurred much earlier than 60,000 years ago, reveals new evidence

Mass exodus from Africa occurred much earlier than 60,000 years ago, reveals new evidence

Africa marked the onset of humanity, but there came a time when a number of our ancestors moved out of the continent. A debate is prevalent even today that how and when they left the area.

As per DNA and fossil proof, a mass exodus occurred nearly 60,000 years back, but clues indicate to some back-and-forth migration quite earlier than that.

Pluto is most likely home to a deep ocean beneath its surface

Pluto is most likely home to a deep ocean beneath its surface

According to a new study, the dwarf planet Pluto probably has a deep ocean beneath its surface, which is estimated to be at least 60 miles (100 kilometers) deep and as salty as the Earth’s Dead Sea. This size is massive compared to the Earth’s deepest part of the ocean which is just about 7 miles (11 km) deep, in spite of the fact that Earth is about 150 times the size of Pluto.

FDA approves Humira’sbiosimilar version

FDA approves Humira’sbiosimilar version

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved amjevita medicine as the replica of drug adalimubab. The drug is indicated to cure multiple inflammatory illnesses such as psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, Crohn's disease,ankylosing spondylitis and other conditions.

Stress changes the way we process food: Study

Stress changes the way we process food: Study

Stress is the main cause of lot of problems in our lives, ranging from sleepless nights, mistakes in daily chores to older appearance. A latest study suggested that when you are stressed and intake a high calorie and high fat diet, you put your body into a condition wherein it burns fewer calories.

The study’s main author Jan Kiecolt-Glaser, professor of psychiatry and psychology at Ohio State University, said that stress alters the way body processes food.

Scientists in Sweden rank first to edit genetic material in healthy human embryos

Scientists in Sweden rank first to edit genetic material in healthy human embryos

In a first, Swedish scientists have edited the genetic material in healthy human embryos, but so far there is no clarity over what these researchers are editing and why such a kind of research is controversial?

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