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Biggest NHS flu campaign underway
About 30 million people — nearly half the UK population — are being offered the flu vaccine, in the biggest winter vaccination campaign the National Health System (NHS) has seen.
Ways to boost your metabolism
Boosting metabolism is the holy grail of weight watchers everywhere, but how fast your body burns calories depends on several things. Some people inherit a speedy metabolism. Men tend to burn more calories than women, even while resting. And for most people, metabolism slows steadily after age 40, wrote.
Vibrations offer new way to track elephants
Researchers have come up with a new way of tracking elephants, via the vibrations that the animals make.
Society needs to find way to end exploitation
By Carrie Hessler-Radelet & Pradeep Khosla*
Scientists who discovered revolutionary way to attack cancer cells win Nobel Prize
The Nobel Prize for Medicine was given to two scientists who found a revolutionary new way of treating cancer.
‘Run, Rostam, Run’ finds way into three more international festivals
Iranian Short animated film ‘Run, Rostam, Run’, directed by Hossein Molayemi, was accepted into three more international festivals in Italy, US, and Greece.
State media: China paves way to end family planning policy
China, the world’s most populous nation, appears to be setting the stage to end its decades-long policy of determining the number of children that couples can have, a social media post by a state-run newspaper suggested.
New way to make biaxial nematic phase liquid crystals
A team of researchers from the University of Colorado in the US and Université Paris-Saclay, in France has developed a new way to make biaxial nematic phase liquid crystals.
Milky Way center may host 13 black holes
Models predict the supermassive black holes found at the center of most galaxies will be surrounded by a sizable population of smaller black holes. But, until now, astronomers haven't been able to find extra black holes at the center of the Milky Way.
Group of Milky Way stars are homegrown, not alien invaders
New analysis suggested a group of Milky Way stars among the galaxy's halo actually began life within the central disk.
Mercury making its way into global drinking water thanks to global warming
According to a recently released report from the journal Geophysical Research Letters, there are about 15 million gallons trapped underneath permafrost in the Northern Hemisphere, mostly under the Alaskan, Canadian, and Russian regions of the Arctic Circle.
A way to improve resolution of confocal microscopy
A team of researchers at Cornell University has developed a way to dramatically improve the resolution of confocal microscopy.
A way to measure and control phonons
A team of researchers with the University of Vienna in Austria and Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands has developed a technique using photons for controlling and measuring phonons.
The Milky Way is filled with black holes
A theoretical survey of the population of black holes in our galaxy suggested there are tens of millions of black holes in the Milky Way —many more than astronomers expected to find. The findings suggest the Universe is full of black holes.
Mystery of how most antimatter in the Milky Way forms solved
A team of international astrophysicists led by the Australian National University (ANU) has shown how most of the antimatter in the Milky Way forms.

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