Two hours a week in nature, the minimum dose for your well-being

Spending at least two hours a week in the wild would be the threshold for maintaining one’s health and well-being, scientists say after analyzing data from a survey of 20,000…

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The genetic mutation protecting against HIV linked to a decline in life expectancy

The genetic modification that a Chinese researcher has done on binoculars born in 2018 is linked to a shorter life expectancy, according to a study. This discovery shows the risks…

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Close-up of the Uranus rings

New Rare Images of the Uranus Rings have recently published The image of Saturn comes quickly to mind when it comes to rings, but it is not the only planet…

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Huawei equipment is the most vulnerable to hackers: report

For the past two months, Huawei has faced a multitude of problems. A new report overwhelms the Chinese juggernaut. Based on the results of this recent research, the firm’s devices…

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Fossils from northern Yukon trace ancient hyenas

A pair of fossilized teeth found near Old Crow, Yukon, in the 1970s finally reveal the migratory trajectory of ancient hyena species that found their way into the northern tundra…

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