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Interesting facts to know about Sweden’s human embryo editing study

Interesting facts to know about Sweden’s human embryo editing study

A study from Sweden in which scientists have edited the genetic material in health human embryos has been gaining a lot of attention.

Stimulants may not improve score or homework performance among ADHD children: Study

Stimulants may not improve score or homework performance among ADHD children: Study

A new study has not found stimulants to be effective in improving the grades or helping ADH children in completing their homework.

Ethics could impact Musk’s Mars colonization plan

Ethics could impact Musk’s Mars colonization plan

Lately, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has publicized his plans on Mars colonization.

90% of American teenagers do not follow minimum 60 minutes of recommended daily physical activity

90% of American teenagers do not follow minimum 60 minutes of recommended daily physical activity

Despite the fact that the US has been facing obesity epidemic, not many efforts have been seen on the part of American teenagers to maintain their physical fitness.

U.S. FDA seeks public opinion on what they think ‘healthy’ should mean on food label

FDA seeks public opinion on what they think ‘healthy’ should mean on food label

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) wants to know from you what you think about ‘healthy’ when it is mentioned on a food label.

Eye-opener study: Most teens use sweet and fruity flavors for vaping and not nicotine

Eye-opener study: Most teens use sweet and fruity flavors for vaping and not nicotine

A new study has found that most teenagers have not been vaping nicotine, but using sweet and fruity flavors. Very less percentage of teenagers have been inhaling nicotine, unveiled the study.

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