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Break your phone addiction with these proven settings

Young people addicted to smart phones (iStock) Our phones — filled with emails to check, social media to scroll, and…

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Wildlife YouTuber discovers new species of tarantula

A wildlife YouTuber from Thailand discovered the first tarantula known to exclusively live in hollowed-out bamboo stalks. JoCho Sippawat, a YouTuber with…

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How to look better in selfies and group photos

Couple On Road Trip Sit On Convertible Car Taking Selfie (iStock) When’s the last time you looked at a photo…

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French physicists developed a bubble that didn’t burst for more than a year

French physicists have figured out a way to extend the usually short lives of bubbles. University of Lille physicists published findings…

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Is it time for Western Australia to open up and let covid-19 in?

Western Australia, which has remained largely covid-free, has cancelled its border reopening due to omicron fears, but there may be…

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Infrared goggles and vibrating armband help people who are blind ‘see’

An array of vibrating pads can convey a low-resolution image of a location to help people who are blind navigate…

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Patient beware: Some states are still pushing outdated Covid treatments

As the omicron variant completes its sweep across the U.S., states with scarce supplies of monoclonal antibody therapies continue to…

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The UK still won’t say how much CO2 its Net Zero Strategy will save

For the third time, the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has refused a request to release key…

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Early treatment could help ease peanut allergies in young kids, study says

NEW YORK — Young children might be able to overcome their peanut allergies if treated at an early enough age,…

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In a medical first, kidneys from genetically modified pig implanted into brain-dead patient

In an operating room at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, the surgical team was nervous but hopeful. It was…

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