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  • Scientists have learned who green tea is harmful for

    Scientists have learned who green tea is harmful for

    (ORDO NEWS) — It is known that long-term and repeated consumption of green tea may contribute to some prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity and type 2 diabetes. But it turned out that this drink is harmful to some people. Research on the benefits of green tea is conflicting. Some work confirms its anti-cancer effects, benefits for the eyes, lowering blood pressure, body weight and the risk of developing cardiovascular…

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  • 7 vitamins that every person needs in winter

    7 vitamins that every person needs in winter

    (ORDO NEWS) — Frost, a short sunny day, the unavailability of many fruits and berries lead to vitamin deficiency. In order for the body to cope with the winter period, it needs 7 basic vitamins. You can start drinking them as a course already in November. Products containing them should be consumed more often from December to March. The body really needs vitamins of the B group – these are…

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  • A 103 year old British woman revealed the secret of her longevity

    A 103-year-old British woman revealed the secret of her longevity

    (ORDO NEWS) — Marjorie Speaking is a UK resident who recently celebrated her 103rd birthday! In her hometown, she is a real legend, her relatives love her, her friends adore her. Every year, an Englishwoman is asked to share the secret of longevity. And so, she shared a secret. The old woman lives in a nursing home, but at the same time leads an active lifestyle, sociable, friendly and completely…

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  • Y chromosome loss didnt make Japanese mice female 1

    Y-chromosome loss didn’t make Japanese mice female

    (ORDO NEWS) — In mammals, the main difference between a male and a female lies in the set of their sex chromosomes: the female has two X chromosomes, the male has XY. The “male” chromosome plays a key role in the development of male genitalia. However, in male Japanese rodents, testes are present; nevertheless, the Y chromosome is not observed in the genomes. The male from the female in mammals…

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  • Scientists unravel the mystery of non coding regions of DNA

    Scientists unravel the mystery of non-coding regions of DNA

    (ORDO NEWS) — The new study has pointed to transposable elements that can move and replicate within the genome as the most likely source for the vast majority of introns, non-coding regions of eukaryotic DNA. The discovery helps explain the huge differences in the number of introns in the genomes of different species. One of the longstanding fundamental mysteries of modern biology is related to the origin of introns –…

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  • Air pollution causes lymph nodes to turn black 1

    Air pollution causes lymph nodes to turn black

    (ORDO NEWS) — Living in a city with a highly polluted atmosphere significantly affects the condition of the lymph nodes in the lungs. They are filled with particles of dust and soot, blacken and cope worse with the protection of the body. There are several hundred lymph nodes in the human body that play a critical role in protecting the body from cancer and infections. There, lymph is filtered, foreign…

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  • A daily handful of almonds can help people manage obesity

    A daily handful of almonds can help people manage obesity

    (ORDO NEWS) — A lot of people are overweight, and proper nutrition is one of the key ways to avoid it. Now, Australian scientists have found that snacking on a handful of raw almonds every day can help hormonally regulate appetite and reduce food intake in the long term. Obesity is one of the global public health problems. According to WHO, more than a billion people on Earth suffer from…

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  • Scientists have proven changes in the structure of the brain of a woman during pregnancy

    Scientists have proven changes in the structure of the brain of a woman during pregnancy

    (ORDO NEWS) — The part of the brain responsible for fantasy has changed during pregnancy in women. Dutch scientists from the University of Leiden and the Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam (UMC) have proven changes in the structure of a woman’s brain during pregnancy. During the study, 28 participants underwent MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) before, during pregnancy and after the birth of a child. Also, each of the…

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  • Scientists have found out how many liters of water the body needs daily

    Scientists have found out how many liters of water the body needs daily

    (ORDO NEWS) — An international team of scientists has predicted our daily water needs depending on anthropometric, economic and environmental factors. Water is the main component of the human body, it takes up 50 to 70 percent of our weight. Every cell, tissue and organ needs water to function properly. In particular, it helps to maintain normal body temperature, protects sensitive tissues, preserves joints, reducing the risk of developing arthritis…

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  • Why do some people experience maximum mental clarity before death

    Why do some people experience maximum mental clarity before death

    (ORDO NEWS) — Ultimate mental clarity is a phenomenon often seen in terminally ill patients when they experience a sudden surge of energy, alertness, and awareness before death. Biologist Michael Nahm defined this phenomenon in an article published in the journal Near Death Research: “The appearance of normal or unusually heightened mental faculties in unconscious or mentally ill patients shortly before death, including marked elevation of mood and spiritual affectation…

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  • Scientists have identified five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans

    Scientists have identified five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans

    (ORDO NEWS) — Australian and Chinese scientists have identified five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans. One of them is quite close to coronaviruses. It is noted that scientists worked with samples of 149 bats, which were taken from 2015 to 2019 in Yunnan province in China. According to experts, all five viruses are likely to be pathogenic, as well as transmitted to humans and cattle.…

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  • Mystery of migraine associated with the expansion of the cavities of the brain 1

    Mystery of migraine associated with the expansion of the cavities of the brain

    (ORDO NEWS) — For the first time, doctors examined the brain of patients with migraine in a super-resolution tomography. It was found that the cavities that surround the vessels passing there and are involved in cleaning the brain are enlarged in them. Perhaps this is a consequence of the disease, and perhaps one of its causes. More than ten percent of the world’s inhabitants suffer from migraines – periodic bouts…

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  • HIV infection affected the bodys immunological memory even with antiretroviral therapy

    HIV infection affected the body’s immunological memory even with antiretroviral therapy

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists have found why people with HIV infection, even during antiretroviral therapy, remain at an increased risk of chronic inflammation, which can lead to the development of various diseases. It turned out that the fault is the viral protein Nef, which changes the “immunological memory” of the cells of the body. The advent of antiretroviral therapy has enabled patients with HIV infection to live full lives. However,…

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  • 48 000 year old zombie virus resurrected from permafrost 1

    48,000-year-old ‘zombie virus’ resurrected from permafrost

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists “revived” seven ancient viruses found in the permafrost of Siberia. The “youngest” of them was frozen 27 thousand years, the oldest – 48.5 thousand years. Viruses have been “resurrected” by a team of scientists from the University of Aix-Marseille in France. According to virologist Jean-Michel Claverie, 48.5 thousand years is an absolute record for recovered viruses. All seven viruses, including the one that is 48.5 thousand…

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  • Doctors called the cause of death of Bruce Lee

    Doctors called the cause of death of Bruce Lee

    (ORDO NEWS) — Spanish scientists have studied archival data on the last months of the life of the great actor and martial artist. They concluded that due to an unhealthy lifestyle, his kidneys were no longer able to cope with maintaining water homeostasis. As a result, Li developed severe sodium deficiency and cerebral edema, which led to his death at an early age. “Be water, my friend,” Bruce Lee advised…

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  • Antibiotics affect the skeleton of a teenager 1

    Antibiotics affect the skeleton of a teenager

    (ORDO NEWS) — During adolescence, sex hormones cause significant physiological changes. Often this is the development of acne – a skin disease that occurs as a result of blockage of the facial (and not only) follicles. Someone with acne that is resistant to topical treatments may use systemic antibiotics to relieve symptoms and clear the skin. But medications have side effects, especially for teenagers. Treatment of acne with systemic antibiotics…

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  • Scientists identify five new bat viruses

    Scientists identify five new bat viruses

    (ORDO NEWS) — A team of Australian and Chinese scientists have discovered five new viruses in bats that can be transmitted to humans, including one closely related to the coronavirus that caused the pandemic. This was reported on November 24 by The Telegraph newspaper. Animals found to have infections live in southern China in Yunnan province on the border with Laos and Myanmar. Virus samples were taken from 149 bats…

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  • Brain anomalies after Covid 19 found on MRI images

    Brain anomalies after Covid-19 found on MRI images

    (ORDO NEWS) — Using a type of MRI magnetic susceptibility-weighted imaging scientists have found abnormalities in brain structure in people who have had Covid-19. Most of the changes were observed in the frontal lobe and brain stem. They persisted six months after recovery. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about one in five adults develop long-term consequences after a coronavirus infection. These include neurological symptoms such…

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  • Lightly processed foods may ease flu

    Lightly processed foods may ease flu

    (ORDO NEWS) — Experiments have shown that mice fed a highly processed diet suffer from influenza much more severely than animals fed an unprocessed diet. Proper nutrition is an important factor in helping the body fight infections. At the same time, not only the right amount of calories, the proportions of nutrients, the presence of vitamins and trace elements are important, but also the nature of the food. In the…

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  • More than 20 thousand people died in Europe due to the summer heat of 2022

    More than 20 thousand people died in Europe due to the summer heat of 2022

    (ORDO NEWS) — Extreme temperatures over the past summer months would have been virtually impossible without the impact of the climate crisis, scientists say. Analysis of excess mortality showed that more than 20 thousand people died in Europe in the summer of 2022 due to extreme heat. This is stated in the report of scientists from the World Weather Attribution project, reports The Guardian. According to experts, the data is…

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  • Scientists in China have discovered five viruses dangerous to humans

    Scientists in China have discovered five viruses dangerous to humans

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from the Yunnan Institute continue to study fauna in southern China, in Yunnan Province. So they were able to detect several strains of viruses in bats that “cause concern”. The results of their research are published in the bioRxiv repository. Detected viruses are able to move from one species to another. That is, a person can potentially become infected with them. According to researchers, one of…

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  • Scientists have named a simple and cheap way to reduce mortality in cities by 15

    Scientists have named a simple and cheap way to reduce mortality in cities by 15%

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers from the USDA Forest Service found that each tree planted significantly reduced the risk of death from cardiovascular disease among people living near the planting site. The study was published in the journal Environment International. Scientists analyzed data from a well-documented tree planting campaign that took place in Portland, Oregon, USA, between 1990 and 2019. During this time, the non-profit group planted 49,246 trees on the…

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  • Mysterious changes found in the brains of migraine sufferers

    Mysterious changes found in the brains of migraine sufferers

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists may have just found a major new piece of evidence that could help unravel the depressing and ongoing migraine mystery. Using ultra-high-resolution MRI, the researchers found that perivascular spaces – the fluid-filled spaces around blood vessels in the brain – are unusually enlarged in patients with both chronic and episodic migraine. Although the link to migraine or its role in its development has yet to be…

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  • Mysterious phenomenon of ultimate clearness of mind before death 1

    Mysterious phenomenon of ultimate clearness of mind before death

    (ORDO NEWS) — Ultimate mental clarity is a phenomenon often seen in terminally ill patients when they experience a sudden surge of energy, alertness, and awareness before death. Why do some people experience maximum mental clarity before death? Biologist Michael Nahm gave the following definition of this phenomenon: “The appearance of normal or unusually heightened mental abilities in unconscious or mentally ill patients shortly before death, including a marked increase…

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  • Scientists for the first time told about women infected with the monkeypox virus

    Scientists for the first time told about women infected with the monkeypox virus

    (ORDO NEWS) — Until now, women, as well as transgender women and non-binary individuals assigned female at birth, have been extremely rare in monkeypox studies. However, scientists are confident that the situation may change and new data will help in the fight against the global outbreak of this disease. From May to November 2022, more than 78,000 cases of monkeypox infection were registered in the world. In most cases –…

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  • Trees in the city can extend a persons life 1

    Trees in the city can extend a person’s life

    (ORDO NEWS) — A 30-year tree planting campaign in Portland, Oregon allowed researchers to show that the amount of vegetation on the street is associated with reduced mortality, and that this association becomes stronger as the trees grow. For the past 30 years, Friends of Trees, a non-profit organization, has been planting trees along the streets of Portland, Oregon, USA. Now, the study found that every tree planted was associated…

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  • Physicists have found that dirty air contributes to the cooling of the planet

    Physicists have found that dirty air contributes to the cooling of the planet

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists from the University of Oxford have found that air pollution can help cool the planet and partly protect against warming due to greenhouse gases. Some of the aerosols emitted by ships show up on satellite images as long white streaks called ship wakes. The scientists used data from a global database of ship routes, which contains more than two million tracks over six years. The results…

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  • Discovered a unique antibody that completely neutralizes the Zika virus

    Discovered a unique antibody that completely neutralizes the Zika virus

    (ORDO NEWS) — Biologists have discovered an antibody unique in structure that can completely neutralize the Zika virus in cell cultures and in the body of experimental animals, even at ultra-low concentrations. This molecule will serve as the basis for the creation of the first drugs for this disease, the press service of the American Cornell University. “The antibody we discovered can be used in two ways. It can be…

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  • On December 5 1952 a poisonous smog killed 12 000 people in London

    On December 5, 1952, a poisonous smog killed 12,000 people in London

    (ORDO NEWS) — On December 5, 1952, fog shrouded London. The temperature dropped to zero. Londoners burned more coal to keep warm. The smoke mixed with the trapped air, forming a deadly mixture of carbon dioxide, hydrochloric acid and sulfur dioxide. Dirty, poisoned air hung over lower London like a veil. But there was no panic. No warning about the danger of what is happening in the media. Many people,…

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  • Scientists have warned humanity about the deadly epidemic of oncology

    Scientists have warned humanity about the deadly epidemic of oncology

    (ORDO NEWS) — Europe is facing a massive cancer epidemic due to COVID-19 in the next decade. This is reported by The Guardian, citing a Lancet Oncology report. “In the next 10 years, Europe will face a cancer epidemic if health systems and oncology research are not prioritized,” said Mark Lawler, a professor at Queen’s University Belfast. A deadly cancer epidemic threatens to engulf the entire continent. The thing is…

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  • Scientists have learned to read minds

    Scientists have learned to read minds

    (ORDO NEWS) — Thanks to the device of functional magnetic resonance imaging, you can understand what a person is thinking about. Neuroscientists at the University of Texas at Austin have learned to track the flow of oxygenated blood through the brain. It is noted that the corresponding procedure is carried out using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI): active brain cells require more energy and oxygen, so this information provides an…

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  • H5N2 bird flu outbreak in South Africa

    H5N2 bird flu outbreak in South Africa

    (ORDO NEWS) — An outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza has been recorded on a farm in eastern South Africa. This was reported on Monday by Reuters, citing the World Organization for Animal Health. According to data she received from South Africa, 58 birds were found on the farm that died from H5N2 influenza. Local authorities are taking the necessary measures to prevent the outbreak from spreading. — Online:…

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  • Tiny particles in the air can trigger sudden heart attacks scientists find

    Tiny particles in the air can trigger sudden heart attacks, scientists find

    (ORDO NEWS) — Nearly a decade of data collected in Singapore suggests that elevated concentrations of tiny particles in the air can trigger cardiac arrest, making the need to reduce global air pollution even more urgent. The researchers looked for particles at least 25 times smaller than the width of a human hair, known as PM2.5 particles (2.5 micrometers in diameter). Their small size means they are easy to inhale…

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