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Unilateral Deep Brain Stimulation Significantly Improves Axial Essential Tremor

Unilateral ventral intermediate nucleus (VIM) deep brain stimulation (DBS) provides significant improvement in axial symptoms for severe Essential Temor (ET), according to a study released today at the..
PRWeb

Scientists warn a huge solar storm could send us back to the dark ages

Experts warn that a solar storm the size of the one a hundred and fifty years ago, could plunge the world into chaos. Tony Spitz has the details.
USATODAY.com

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Scientists Warn A Huge Solar Storm Could Send Us Back to the Dark Ages
Scientists Warn A Huge Solar Storm Could Send Us Back to the Dark Ages

Experts warn that a solar storm the size of the one a hundred and fifty years ago, could plunge the world into chaos. Tony Spitz has the details.

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Drinking too much alcohol can increase cancer risk
Drinking too much alcohol can increase cancer risk

A new study finds that light drinkers have the lowest combined risk of developing cancer and dying prematurely, even when compared to people who did not drink at all.

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Drinking too much can lead to a whole bunch of nasty cancers
Drinking too much can lead to a whole bunch of nasty cancers

BETHESDA, MARYLAND — A new study finds that light drinkers have the lowest combined risk of developing cancer and dying prematurely, even when compared to people who did not drink at all. According..

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30 children, 2 adults transported to hospitals after falling ill at summer camp in Lake Placid
30 children, 2 adults transported to hospitals after falling ill at summer camp in Lake Placid

We often talk about the declining water quality on the Treasure Coast in the Indian River Lagoon. But, scientists say the impacts of nutrient-rich runoff and aging septic systems are causing harm in..

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Near-shore reefs in St. Lucie County showing impacts from Indian River Lagoon
Near-shore reefs in St. Lucie County showing impacts from Indian River Lagoon

We often talk about the declining water quality on the Treasure Coast in the Indian River Lagoon. But, scientists say the impacts of nutrient-rich runoff and aging septic systems are causing harm in..

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Einstein was right! Scientists confirm general relativity works with distant galaxy

A new study validates Einstein's theory of general relativity in a distant galaxy for the first time.
FOXNews.com

Workplace culture isn't foosball tables and drinks on Friday

workplace culture isn't foosball tables and drinks on friday
Foosball tables, sleeping pods, and drinks trolleys are among the usual suspects in the “we’ve got an amazing workplace culture” checklist… except none of that equals culture. The definition..
City A.M.

Zigzag sawfly from Japan eating elm trees in UK with Zorro shaped mark

zigzag sawfly from japan eating elm trees in uk with zorro shaped mark
The zigzag elm sawfly, originally found in Japan, feeds only on elm leaves (mark pictured) and has been progressing steadily through Europe. Now scientists have confirmed its arrival in England.
MailOnline

Have scientists finally found the universe's missing matter?

have scientists finally found the universe's missing matter?
An international team of researchers claims to have located a trove of ordinary matter that previously went undetected. The ongoing mystery has come to be known as the ‘missing baryon problem.’
MailOnline

Scientists reveal the best way to tickle rats in new study

scientists reveal the best way to tickle rats in new study
A study from Purdue University shows that tickling rats really can improve their quality of life. The behavior mimics how they might play with other animals, boosting positive responses.
MailOnline

Video shows river of molten material pouring from Kilauea

video shows river of molten material pouring from kilauea
Scientists monitoring activity at Hawaii’s erupting volcano have captured dramatic footage of lava pouring across the landscape at roughly 17 miles per hour as the eruption continues.
MailOnline

How to make a rat giggle: Scientists say tickling rodents could improve their welfare in captivity

how to make a rat giggle: scientists say tickling rodents could improve their welfare in captivity
A study from Purdue University shows that tickling rats really can improve their quality of life. The behavior mimics how they might play with other animals, boosting positive responses.
MailOnline

The $1 keyboard you can crumple up and put in your pocket: Scientists unveil new ultra-thin device

the $1 keyboard you can crumple up and put in your pocket: scientists unveil new ultra-thin device
Researchers from Korea have created a keyboard that is so thin, tough and flexible it can be crumpled up and put in a pocket without damaging it. They used silicone rubber.
MailOnline

U.S. oil, gas system methane leaks larger than EPA estimates -study

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. oil and gas drilling and related operations give off much more of the powerful greenhouse gas methane than the federal government estimates, wasting about $20 billion of..
Reuters

2,300-year-old extinct gibbon found in burial chamber of grandmother to China’s first emperor

2,300-year-old extinct gibbon found in burial chamber of grandmother to china’s first emperor
The discovery was made by scientists led by international conservation charity the Zoological Society of London who made 3D computer models of the skull fragment.
MailOnline

Antarctica's rapidly rising bedrock could slow down catastrophic melting of ice sheet

Discovery offers some hope for future of west Antarctic ice sheet, but scientists warn it is 'not a get out of jail free card'
Independent

Trump's tweets, explained: Morning tweets correlated with logic, middle of night tweets impulsive

trump's tweets, explained: morning tweets correlated with logic, middle of night tweets impulsive
Scientists at the University of Bristol used artificial intelligence to analyse the language used in content posted to Twitter, discovering dramatic changes between night and day.
MailOnline

How deep is the ocean? The most recent average depth, according to scientists

Much of the ocean remains unexplored, but what do scientists know about the deep?
Independent

Does watching this video of ear licking give you a 'brain orgasm'?

does watching this video of ear licking give you a 'brain orgasm'?
In one of the first studies into the health benefits of ASMR clips, which number more than 13 million on YouTube, scientists at the University of Sheffield found the strange videos carry health..
MailOnline

Icy dip to mark winter solstice in Antartica

icy dip to mark winter solstice in antartica
Australian scientists take the plunge to welcome the return of brighter days after weeks of darkness.
BBC News

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