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12-08-2022
Cold spells in tropical climates increase heart attack risk
Experts have discovered that in tropical climates like that of Singapore, even a small drop in temperature increases the risk of heart attack among older adults over the age of 65. The experts set out to investigate how temperature changes may influence a specific type of myocardial infarction, which is the medical term for a heart attack. "Myocardial infarction is an important cause of cardiovascular mortality and can be precipitated by climatic factors. The temperature dependence of myocardial infarction risk has been well examined in temperate settings....
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03-21-2017
Greenhouse emissions flat, but much more to do
The much-needed good news for the climate is that, as...
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03-21-2017
Final North American ice sheet to disappear in 300 years
If you want to see the final scrap of the...
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03-21-2017
Sun glitter can be used to track ocean waves
Keeping track of ocean waves – and therefore wind speed...
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03-20-2017
Are rising temps leading to diabetes increase?
We know that the prevalence of Type 2 diabetes is...
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03-20-2017
Dead zones may seriously damage coral reefs
Ocean warming and the resulting acidification of coral reefs has...
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03-20-2017
Scientists say Fukushima radiation is no threat in U.S.
In 2011, a massive earthquake and tsunami off the coast...
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03-19-2017
California unveils plan to rescue the Salton Sea
For years, the Salton Sea south of Los Angeles has...
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03-18-2017
Nearly 4.3 billion-year-old trace of Earth's crust found
An area of Canada just north of the Great Lakes...
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03-17-2017
Jet fuel with biofuel blend could reduce environmental impact
No, jet contrails are not the insidious ‘chemtrails’ that some...
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03-17-2017
South Georgia’s past ice cap gives a look into the effects of climate change
In a new study published on Friday in the journal...
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03-17-2017
Climate shapes human noses, study finds
The nose knows climate. That’s one conclusion that can be...
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03-16-2017
Climate change denier Inhofe filling top EPA spots
Is Oklahoma Republican Senator James Inhofe stacking the deck at...
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