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  • 108 year old woman shared the secret of her longevity

    108-year-old woman shared the secret of her longevity

    (ORDO NEWS) — On July 3, a Canadian woman is going to celebrate her 108th birthday. She became one of the centenarians and shared the secret of her longevity. It turned out to be quite simple and accessible to absolutely everyone. Dorothy Tennant was born in the small town of Golborne in 1914. It is worth noting that it soon became a suburb of Ottawa. Then no more than 100…

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  • Path of greatest resistance could help limit astronauts bone loss

    Path of greatest resistance could help limit astronauts’ bone loss

    (ORDO NEWS) — Astronauts returning from three months of spaceflight may show signs of incomplete bone recovery even after one year on Earth, but adding resistance exercise during spaceflight can help limit bone loss. A small study on 17 international astronauts showed that although the lower leg bone partially regenerates, sustained bone loss after one year is equivalent to ten years of normal age-related bone loss on Earth. Stephen Boyd…

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  • Elon Musk disappeared from Twitter the network is concerned about the absence of a billionaire for 8 days

    Elon Musk disappeared from Twitter the network is concerned about the absence of a billionaire for 8 days

    (ORDO NEWS) — Elon Musk has always been very active on Twitter. He posted dozens of posts every day, commenting on the news, talking about his companies, answering people’s questions, and even uploading memes. This has been gone for 8 days now. Musk’s latest publication for today was made on June 21 and showed another increase in gasoline prices in the United States. A day later, he posted a comment…

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  • New study shows the devastating impact of life in space on astronauts bones

    New study shows the devastating impact of life in space on astronauts’ bones

    (ORDO NEWS) — Astronauts lose bone mass in space for decades, and many don’t recover even after a year on Earth, researchers said Thursday, warning that this could be a “big problem” for future missions to Mars. Previous research has shown that astronauts lose 1 to 2 percent of bone density for every month they spend in space as the lack of gravity takes the strain off their legs when…

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  • Christian numbers in Australia plummet

    Christian numbers in Australia plummet

    (ORDO NEWS) — Over the past decade, Australia has become startlingly godless, with the latest census showing that the percentage of Christians who identify themselves as Christians has fallen below 50 percent for the first time, while the number of people who call themselves “non-religious” has skyrocketed. The first batch of 2021 census data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on Tuesday shows that just 44 per cent of…

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  • Zika and dengue make humans particularly attractive to mosquitoes

    Zika and dengue make humans particularly attractive to mosquitoes

    (ORDO NEWS) — Patients with tropical fevers emit an unusual smell that attracts more insects to them. Chinese scientists have even been able to identify the specific substance behind this particular fragrance. The viruses that cause the dangerous dengue and Zika fevers cannot infect humans as easily as the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. They spread only through mosquito bites. And to speed up transmission, viruses make the sick person more attractive to…

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  • First mules came to Central Europe with the Romans

    First mules came to Central Europe with the Romans

    (ORDO NEWS) — Analysis of tooth bones and DNA isolated from ungulate remains found in Roman and Celtic settlements in Central Europe showed that the Romans were the first to bring mules to the region. Before that, the only riding animal of the local peoples was a horse. Until the end of the Iron Age, the Celts who inhabited the northern Alpine foothills bred horses exclusively. These animals, which were…

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  • Robots drive workers to mental health issues and alcohol abuse

    Robots drive workers to mental health issues and alcohol abuse

    (ORDO NEWS) — The authors of the new work explored the relationship between the introduction of industrial robots in factories, the level of injuries among workers in the US and Germany and their well-being. Employees of various enterprises in the United States, where they are actively implementing and using autonomous devices that help move various objects and perform production processes, have become less likely to get injured thanks to robotization.…

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  • Fasting helps repair damaged nerves

    Fasting helps repair damaged nerves

    (ORDO NEWS) — A new study published in the journal Nature reveals another benefit of intermittent fasting: it can help us heal damaged nerves. “Other studies have previously linked intermittent fasting to wound healing and new neuron growth, but our study is the first to accurately explain how fasting can help heal nerves,” said Simone Di Giovanni, professor of restorative neuroscience at Imperial College London and lead author of the…

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  • Woman wins three big jackpots thanks to developed lottery system

    Woman wins three big jackpots thanks to developed lottery system

    (ORDO NEWS) — A resident of the US state of Maryland has won the lottery for the third time in five years. It is reported by UPI. The 30-year-old woman claims to have developed a system for playing the instant lottery. “My husband and I analyzed the lottery website and calculated which instant lottery tickets have been on sale for a long time, but still promise big prizes,” she explained.…

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  • Which company created TikTok and why the app is so popular in India 5 little known facts about the video platform 1

    Which company created TikTok and why the app is so popular in India 5 little-known facts about the video platform

    (ORDO NEWS) — The TikTok social network is known even to those who are far from online services, but even the most devoted fans are not aware of some facts from the history of the popular platform. 1- Douyin and Musical.ly are also TikTok. If these two names mean nothing to you, then there is nothing surprising. Under the “name” Douyin, the service is known in China, and the Musical.ly…

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  • Why do businesses need chatbots all about the technology you were afraid to implement 1

    Why do businesses need chatbots all about the technology you were afraid to implement

    (ORDO NEWS) — Chatbot is an automatic system for communicating with customers or service users. In other words, it is a robot that helps consumers solve a variety of tasks. The chatbot algorithm consists of several stages: Receiving a request from a client, Parsing: deciphering speech and determining the needs of the user, preparing a response according to a pre-prepared script, formulating it, sending it, Saving the application for further…

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  • Robotic arms controlled by the human brain helped him cope with a knife and fork

    Robotic arms controlled by the human brain helped him cope with a knife and fork

    (ORDO NEWS) — The Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, USA, has developed robotic arms that are controlled by the human brain. A partially paralyzed man was able to cut and eat dessert using a brain-computer interface that controls robotic arms. If a person cannot eat on his own, it is very difficult for him. But a robot can help Intelligent robotic systems and brain-machine interfaces are already able…

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  • Scientists fear unknown bacteria found by the hundreds in melting glaciers

    Scientists fear unknown bacteria found by the hundreds in melting glaciers

    (ORDO NEWS) — Chinese biologists are exploring the Tibetan ice sheet. In their opinion, unknown bacteria from melting glaciers can pose a danger to all mankind. Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences have discovered about 1,000 species of bacteria in snow and ice samples collected from Tibet’s glaciers. In their paper, published in the journal Nature Biotechnology, the group describes their concerns about the spread of disease as glaciers…

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  • Romans drank the blood of gladiators as a cure for epilepsy 1

    Romans drank the blood of gladiators as a cure for epilepsy

    (ORDO NEWS) — The ancient Romans were known for their cruel forms of entertainment – public executions, animal hunting, chariot racing and gladiatorial games. However, the spectacle was not limited to the shedding of the blood of gladiators – they also drank it! Records show that during the period from the 1st to the 6th century, theologians and physicians believed that the use of the blood or liver of gladiators…

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  • Emperor

    Emperor Zeno was accidentally buried alive and his wife refused to save him

    (ORDO NEWS) — Flavius ​​Zeno was a 5th century Roman emperor whose reign was fraught with internal rebellions and religious divisions, and it looks like he was as unlucky in death as he was in life! According to Byzantine Greek historians, Zeno was accidentally buried alive after falling ill. However, when his cries were heard from the sarcophagus, his wife refused to open his tomb! Zeno was emperor of the…

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  • World only knows about Marco Polo thanks to his fellow prisoner 1

    World only knows about Marco Polo thanks to his fellow prisoner

    (ORDO NEWS) — The name of Marco Polo is known to everyone, but few people know that his famous literary masterpiece “The Travels of Marco Polo” was not only written during his time in prison, but also written by someone else. Marco Polo’s tale of adventure in the Far East became a bestseller when it was published around 1300, inspiring generations of explorers, including Christopher Columbus, who kept an annotated…

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  • Elon Musks artificially intelligent humanoid robot to be unveiled in September

    Elon Musk’s artificially intelligent humanoid robot to be unveiled in September

    (ORDO NEWS) — The robot, called “Optimus”, developed by Tesla, is able to fully automate all jobs. Designed for “dangerous and boring” tasks in factories and other workplaces, the Optimus will be capable of carrying loads of up to 20kg, as well as a range of other simple tasks. Standing 173 cm tall and weighing 57 kg, he will be able to walk at a speed of about 8 km/h…

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  • Is drinking wine really good for your health

    Is drinking wine really good for your health

    (ORDO NEWS) — Many people drink wine for their health benefits. Of course, there are chances that if you drink wine in moderation from time to time, you can reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases and prolong life. But still, the benefits of wine are too much exaggerated. Wine lowers blood pressure Some studies show that red wine can lower blood pressure, which in turn has a positive effect…

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  • Who are whipping boys and why they were needed

    Who are whipping boys and why they were needed

    (ORDO NEWS) — In many parts of the world, aristocrats and nobles, kings and young princes were considered “untouchable” and were under divine protection. Raising a hand against a nobleman or noble child was often a misdemeanor punishable in the most severe manner, sometimes even death. How then to punish a little boy who is also your king, his heir or just a very noble guy? The solution was found…

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  • Highest IQ in history who had such intelligence

    Highest IQ in history: who had such intelligence

    (ORDO NEWS) — Who hasn’t taken those easy-to-understand Internet IQ tests? But the person with the highest IQ, just solved them the old fashioned way, because there was no Internet in his time. Average IQ is a fork between 85 and 116 points of a well-known test A score above 130 on an IQ test only indicates exceptional intelligence. Anything above 160, however, is definitely evidence of genius (at least…

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  • Monkeypox is evolving at accelerated and unexpected rates

    Monkeypox is evolving at ‘accelerated’ and unexpected rates

    (ORDO NEWS) — The monkeypox virus has mutated at a much faster rate than is normally expected and likely experienced a period of “accelerated evolution,” a new study says. The virus, which has infected more than 3,500 people in 48 countries since it was discovered outside of Africa in May, may be more contagious due to dozens of new mutations. In total, the virus carries 50 new mutations not seen…

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  • Research shows that dyslexia has a big advantage that is not mentioned

    Research shows that dyslexia has a big advantage that is not mentioned

    (ORDO NEWS) — The modern world is sewn together with the threads of the written language. For people with dyslexia who have a reading disorder, an endless tangle of words can seem like an obstacle to survival. This neurological disease, in which decoding is difficult, has long been viewed solely as a learning disorder, but in a world full of unknown things, it can benefit people and their society. University…

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  • Polio was found in London What do you need to know 1

    Polio was found in London. What do you need to know

    (ORDO NEWS) — If apocalyptic news is not enough for you, you will definitely appreciate this one: the polio virus was found in the sewage of London. Yes, yes, the very one that raged in the world until the end of the 1950s, affecting mainly children under five years old. Then the development of a vaccine and large-scale immunization of the population stopped the spread of infection, but it was…

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  • Unsuccessful pregnancy affects heart disease

    Unsuccessful pregnancy affects heart disease

    (ORDO NEWS) — A new study shows that women who have had a miscarriage or stillbirth have an increased risk of stroke. But what is the cause and effect relationship? Pregnancy is closely associated with many diseases, but stroke is perhaps one of the most terrible complications. Scientists from the University of Queensland, Australia, have published a first-of-its-kind study that explains the link between failed pregnancies and stroke in women.…

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  • Link found between lighting during sleep and three dangerous conditions

    Link found between lighting during sleep and three dangerous conditions

    (ORDO NEWS) — Using more than 500 people, scientists have shown how light exposure during sleep is associated with an increased risk of obesity, hypertension and diabetes. A new study by researchers from several centers and institutes at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University in Chicago, United States of America, has shown that lighting during times is associated with negative health outcomes, in particular an increased risk of…

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  • Biologists have discovered a similar gene in humans and octopuses

    Biologists have discovered a similar gene in humans and octopuses

    (ORDO NEWS) — A group of biologists from Naples published a report in the scientific journal BMC Biology, which talked about similar transposons in humans and octopuses. According to scientists, the discovered gene has an impact on cognitive abilities, which may explain the high “mental” activity of cephalopods. The study sequenced the genomes of the common octopus and the Californian octopus. It turned out that the transposons of cephalopods, which…

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  • 10 brilliant quotes from Stephen Hawking 1

    10 brilliant quotes from Stephen Hawking

    (ORDO NEWS) — Stephen William Hawking (January 8, 1942 – March 14, 2018) is one of the greatest theoretical physicists of our time, cosmologist, astrophysicist, writer and active popularizer of science. At 21, he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), and doctors were sure that a promising student would not last even two years. However, Hawking did not plan to give up and defied all difficulties, having lived a…

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  • Bosom Friends have something in common their smell

    “Bosom Friends” have something in common: their smell

    (ORDO NEWS) — Have you ever met a complete stranger and felt like you “got it together” almost immediately? Now, this feeling of “chemistry” can actually be chemistry. Twenty pairs of same-sex platonic friends took part in an Israeli study and said they had a feeling of sympathy upon meeting. Using an electronic nose (and volunteers who heroically agreed to sniff T-shirts worn at night), the researchers concluded that pairs…

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  • Deadly diseases that are considered worse than cancer 1

    Deadly diseases that are considered worse than cancer

    (ORDO NEWS) — Cancer is one of the most common causes of death in the world, claiming the lives of about 10 million people in 2020. Most often, people die from cancer of the breast, lung, colon or rectum, and prostate. The problem is big, so scientists are constantly looking for ways to treat such diseases and often share good results – it has recently been found that the tetanus…

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  • An autopsy showed that an American with a pig heart did not die from organ rejection

    An autopsy showed that an American with a pig heart did not die from organ rejection

    (ORDO NEWS) — An analysis of the medical records of the recently deceased David Bennett, who received a pig heart transplant, showed that his death was not due to organ rejection. This was reported by the press service of the University of Maryland. In January, the heart of a genetically engineered pig was successfully transplanted for the first time into a 57-year-old man with a life-threatening disease. However, a few…

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  • A woman from the necropolis of the Avar period suffered from tuberculous osteomyelitis 1

    A woman from the necropolis of the Avar period suffered from tuberculous osteomyelitis

    (ORDO NEWS) — Paleopathologists examined the remains found in Hungary in the necropolis of the Avar period. It turned out that they belonged to a young woman whose skull bones and vertebrae suffered from tuberculous osteomyelitis. This rare paleopathological case dates back to the first third of the 8th century AD. This is reported in an article published in the journal Tuberculosis. Tuberculosis is an airborne infectious disease caused by…

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  • Scientists warn of rapid mutation of monkeypox

    Scientists warn of rapid mutation of monkeypox

    (ORDO NEWS) — The monkeypox virus may show its first mutations earlier than scientists expected, reports the Financial Times, citing research. According to scientists, mutations relate to the rate of transmission of a disease from person to person. And the number of mutations in the monkeypox virus that is spreading this year has been unexpectedly high. “(The outbreak) is caused by a virus that presents many more mutations than we…

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