Space war brewing? Russia threatens to destroy Starlink satellites
2 monthes ago - By Natural News
Russia has warned space companiesÂ that their commercial satellites could become military targets if they are utilized by Western governments for intelligence and communications work.While the threat widely applies to a lot of companies, Elon Musk's SpaceX could be targeted specifically as the billionaire has openly...
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Flu, RSV Infecting Children at Staggering Rates
More pediatric wards across the country are announcing crises as beds reach capacity. WebMD Health News
Youths Have Strong Opinions on Language About Body Weight
A new study published in Pediatrics brings light to the words that parents use when speaking to youths about their weight. WebMD Health News
Both Potatoes and Beans Reduced Insulin Resistance, Weight
Randomized trial showed similar effects on insulin resistance and weight after 8 weeks of a potato-based or bean-based diet. MDedge News
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Former President Bill Clinton Says He Has Mild Case of COVID
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Women Docs: How the Next Job Contract Can Reflect Your Real Goals
Women and men often differ in their financial and scheduling needs and life goals. Female physicians should keep their unique needs in mind when looking at their next...
Unique Nationwide Screening Program Fails to Move the Needle on CVD Risk Factors
Japan's mass screening and counseling intervention resulted in only modest population-wide improvements in obesity and cardiovascular disease risk factors, a study...
Male fertility down 62% worldwide and it's still falling
New research published in the journal Human Reproduction Update points to accelerating rates of male infertility all around the world. In less than 50 years, average sperm...
Strong Two-Way Link Between Epilepsy and Depression
The increased risk of depression following epilepsy, and vice versa, is sustained over a much longer period than previously shown. Medscape Medical News