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10 tips for a better sleep in hot weather
As temperatures soar across the UK, the difficulty of getting a good night's sleep is on many people's minds. But there are things you can do to beat the heatwave. Here are some tips, BBC wrote.
Better forecasts may be possible with new research on extreme rainfall patterns
New analysis revealed global patterns of extreme rainfall, which could lead to better forecasts and more accurate climate models.
Asteroid mining might actually be better for the environment
For a certain kind of investor, asteroid mining is a path to untold riches. Astronomers have long known that asteroids are rich in otherwise scarce resources such as platinum and water. So an obvious idea is to mine this stuff and return it to Earth — or, in the case of water, to a moon base or Earth-orbiting space station.
Healthier fast food options might not help kids eat better
Promises of healthier kids' meals have drawn increasing numbers of families back to fast food restaurants, but most kids are still being served unhealthy options, a new survey found.
Better dementia detection is urged
Too few people with signs of mental decline or dementia are getting checked during routine medical visits or told when a problem is found, said a panel of Alzheimer's disease experts who offered new guidance.
UN report urges nations to take better care of world's forests
A UN agricultural report urges world governments to better manage shrinking forests, end deforestation and restore those that have been degraded.
Physics of better batteries
Researchers from Harvard University are using physics to solve one of the biggest challenges in designing light-weight, long-lasting batteries: How to squeeze more energy into less space.
Having an audience makes your brain perform better
What do you do when you're asked to make a speech or give a presentation? Do you freeze or do you thrive in the spotlight? Most people are afraid of speaking in public because they think having an audience will cause them to ‘mess up,’ but a new study shows that, if anything, knowing that you're being watched enhances performance.
To communicate better with your kids, change your perspective
According to clinical psychologist Dr. Wendy Mogel, one of the keys to successful parenting lies in how you communicate.
Smart glass made better, and cheaper
Someday we won't need curtains or blinds on our windows, and we will be able to block out light — or let it in — with just the press of a button.
How social media can make life better for young people in care
When young people are ‘looked after’ by the state, they can live in a variety of care placements including children’s homes, foster parents or with friends or birth family relatives. These young people are known to be especially vulnerable to poor mental health. Many share too much with people who may do them harm — and too little with carers who are trying to help.
Scientists get better numbers on what happens when electrons get wet
There's a particular set of chemical reactions that governs many of the processes around us — everything from bridges corroding in water to your breakfast breaking down in your gut.
New research must be better reported
Newspaper articles, TV appearances and radio slots are increasingly important ways for academics to communicate their research to wider audiences. Whether that be the latest health research findings or discoveries from the deepest, darkest parts of the universe.
Better sleep, less fear
Higher quality sleep patterns are associated with reduced activity in brain regions involved in fear learning, according to a study of young adults published in JNeurosci.
Preschool teachers need better training in science
Preschool instructors appear to lack the knowledge, skills and confidence to effectively teach their young students science — a problem that is likely contributing to America’s poor global performance in this crucially important subject.

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