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New technology could help cities around the world improve people’s lives while saving billions of dollars. The free, open-source software developed by the Stanford Natural Capital Project creates maps... The post Stanford’s New Open-Source Software for Designing Sustainable Cities appeared first on SciTechDaily.
The impact of super-spreader cities, highways, and intensive care availability in the early stages of the COVID-19 epidemic in Brazil. A multidisciplinary analysis by a... The post The Paths COVID-19 Used To Spread Across Brazil – Super-Spreader Cities, Highways, Hospitals appeared
Research Highlights: High blood pressure is a risk factor for cognitive decline and dementia in older adults. Studies have shown that commonly prescribed high blood... The post Blood Pressure-Lowering Medications Linked to Less Memory Decline in Older Adults appeared first on
Statement Highlights: Between 40% and 80% of people in the U.S. with cardiovascular disease also have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), yet it is underrecognized and... The post Sleep Apnea Worsens Heart Disease – Yet It Often Goes Untreated appeared first on
It could have been much worse.
Even as California transitions from fossil fuels, a Central Valley county approved an industry blueprint to expand oil and gas drilling.
It's more balanced, trimming here, adding there. But it will be up to teachers to make the scattered lesson plans work for students.
There have been 33 fatalities since Oct. 1, and experts warn the conditions are ripe for more icy landslides.
Researchers have found that an anchoring complex in plant cells recruits its own version of the katana sword for cutting microtubules. The Msd1-Wdr8 complex is used to stabilize sites within plant cells where new microtubules are created, before it recruits