Fitness tracker watches can give people lots of info about their activity and health, but that data can also lead to increased anxiety, researchers say.
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Quantum cosmology takes us "beyond the continuum described by general relativity where Einstein's physics breaks down—for example beyond the Big Bang."
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Transitioning back to school this year is a lot like navigating a storm, an expert says. But there are ways to help your kids cope.
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The run up to the school year is the time to get your kids used to wearing masks, an expert argues. She has tips to make it easier for parents.
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Machine learning could improve forecasts for hurricanes. The method could help save lives by giving people earlier warnings about severe storms.
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Older male monkeys sire fewer offspring, a new study shows. The finding could have implications for human infertility, researchers report.
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The availability of iron in increasingly acidic oceans could change how creatures like mussels make their adhesives, research finds.
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Demolishing abandoned houses may help whole neighborhoods by getting people to do a better job maintaining their own properties, a new study shows.
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New research on ICU beds in hospitals reveals how starkly a person's ZIP code affects access to COVID-19 care.
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Obesity increases susceptibility to H1N1 flu, a new study finds. It may help clarify why diseases like the flu and COVID-19 affect people differently.
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