7 emotions that we felt as human beings but they no longer exist

7 emotions that we felt as human beings but they no longer exist

In the past, emotions were more often associated with certain times or places. We tend to think that emotions are fixed and universal. However, these vary from country to country (think for example of the word schadenfreude, which only exists in German and describes the illicit enjoyment of another’s bad fortune) and...

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The first living mini-frame printed in 3D and made with human tissue and glasses (and why they see it as “the medicine of the future”)

The first living mini-frame printed in 3D and made with human tissue and glasses (and why they see it as “the medicine of the future”)

A team of researchers created a living heart using human tissue and a 3D printer for the first time. “The heart is complete, it is alive and pulsing , and it was made with cells and biomaterials of the patient himself,” explained Tal Dvir, the director of the research. The advance, published...

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A new phase of matter: Solid and Liquid at the same time

A new phase of matter: Solid and Liquid at the same time

Solid, liquid or gas. These are the three states in which atoms typically exist in physical matter. Until now. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, discovered that some elements, such as potassium, can, when subjected to extreme conditions, simultaneously assume the properties of solid and liquid states . According to the scientists, the...

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World’s Largest Plane took its first flight: Stratolaunch

World’s Largest Plane took its first flight: Stratolaunch

This Saturday a metallic mass flew over the Mojave desert in California, United States. This is the Stratolaunch, an aircraft with six turbines, two fuselages, landing gear with a total of 28 tires and a wingspan greater than that of a football field. Copyright of the STRATOLAUNCH SYSTEMS image Image caption The plane flew over...

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4 living bees in a woman’s eye

4 living bees in a woman’s eye

A team of Taiwanese doctors found four small sweaty bees living inside a woman’s eye, the first time something like this happens on the island. Dr. Hong Chi Ting, of the University Hospital of Fooyin, told that he was “in shock ” when he saw the insects, which measured four millimeters. The patient,...

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The dangers of injecting vitamin cocktails

The dangers of injecting vitamin cocktails

Last March, a 51-year-old woman in Hunan, China, almost died after mixing 20 different fruits to create a cocktail that was administered intravenously. The woman thought that vitamins from fresh fruit would benefit her health. But she had fever and itching, and was taken to intensive therapy on the verge of sepsis...

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Practical advice to protect yourself from pollution in your city

Practical advice to protect yourself from pollution in your city

Walking down a parallel street, instead of the main one with the most traffic, reduces exposure to pollution by 53% on average, according to a study by Kings College in London. The air we breathe is increasingly polluted, according to the World Health Organization. Air pollution in the air causes...

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The most “unhappy” countries in the world

The most “unhappy” countries in the world

In economic terms, countries can also be happy or unhappy, analyzes the American economist Steve Hanke. If a country has high rates of inflation, high costs of debt and unemployment, it is very likely that it is unhappy. And conversely, if a country grows economically, has inflation and low interest...

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More women attempt suicide every year however male suicide death rate is higher..

More women attempt suicide every year however male suicide death rate is higher..

A feeling of isolation is one of the risk factors for suicide. Six years ago, my brother took his own life. He was 28 years old. Tragically, suicide is not as rare as one might think: in 2016 – the last year for which the World Health Organization (WHO) has global...

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The brain-dead woman who gave birth to a 32-week-old baby

The brain-dead woman who gave birth to a 32-week-old baby

The hospital is expected to discharge the baby in three weeks (Stock photo of a baby in an incubator). A 26-year-old woman who was declared brain dead last December gave birth to a baby on Thursday. The international canoeist Catarina Sequeira was brain dead after suffering an acute attack of...

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