Is Walking or Running Better for Your Health?

There are tons of benefits of exercise for physical, mental, and emotional health. But when it comes to running vs. walking, there’s not much of a difference: both running and walking improve your overall health, and neither exercise is inherently better than the other. When deciding whether running vs. walking is better for you, consider … Read more

Rwanda deportation plan: UK Supreme Court blocks asylum seekers plan

London CNN  —  The UK’s controversial plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda was ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court Wednesday, dealing a potentially fatal blow to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s flagship migration policy and sparking a furious revolt from the right wing of British politics. The UK’s highest court ruled unanimously against the government, siding … Read more

CDC Guidelines for the Prevention and Treatment of Anthrax, 2023

Summary of Key Findings In Vitro B. anthracis Antimicrobial Drug Susceptibility Testing A systematic review identified 105 sources describing in vitro B. anthracis antimicrobial drug susceptibility testing representing results for 169 different compounds (34). After articles were excluded for incomplete MIC data or nonstandard methodology, 39 remained that contained data on 43 antimicrobial drugs of … Read more

German journalist dubbed the ‘Putin connoisseur’ had secret book deal with Russian oligarch

A German journalist who penned a bestseller and made an award-winning documentary about Russian President Vladimir Putin secretly agreed to be paid hundreds of thousands of dollars by middlemen close to an oligarch to write a book about the Kremlin, according to a published report. The arrangement, uncovered in a new leak of financial records … Read more

Taurine Levels in Brain Linked to Depression

Summary: Researchers discovered a link between depression and reduced taurine levels in the hippocampus, a key brain region for memory and learning. Using advanced 7T MRI technology, researchers found significantly lower taurine concentrations in the hippocampus of young females with depression compared to healthy controls. This study, a collaborative effort involving several Korean research institutions, … Read more

Researchers halt progression of Parkinson’s disease in mouse model

This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial process and policies. Editors have highlighted the following attributes while ensuring the content’s credibility: fact-checked peer-reviewed publication trusted source proofread Ok! Generation and characterization of Usp30 KO mice. a Schematic of gene targeting to generate the Usp30 KO mice. b Bar graph shows the levels of … Read more

Traffic Ultrafine Particles Impact Human Olfactory Cells

Summary: study reveals that ultrafine particles from traffic emissions significantly alter gene expression in human olfactory mucosa cells. This first-of-its-kind study combined analyses of diesel fuel emissions and their effects on a human-derived cell model. It found that both renewable and fossil diesel emissions disrupt numerous cellular functions, but renewable diesel, especially with cleaner engine … Read more

Al-Shifa: Israeli troops and tanks raid Gaza’s largest hospital

CNN  —  Israel said its military launched a “targeted” operation against Hamas early Wednesday morning inside Gaza’s largest hospital, Al-Shifa, where thousands of Palestinians are believed to be sheltering. Conditions at the hospital, which has run out of fuel and is no longer considered operational, have deteriorated rapidly in recent days amid intense fighting, with … Read more