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HEALTH & SCIENCE

Health,

Today, I will talk about a food that I associate with summer, shellfish, as that is their ‘season’ in the Mediterranean.

Science,

The strong El Nino weather condition that added a bit of extra heat to already record warm global temperatures is gone.

The strong El Nino weather condition that added a bit of extra heat to already record warm global temperatures is gone.
Health,

After a long winter, people want to shed extra pounds and inches.

After a long winter, people want to shed extra pounds and inches.
Health,

A nutritional crisis can occur not only due to a lack of availability of suitable food but also due to a lack of proper consumption.

A nutritional crisis can occur not only due to a lack of availability of suitable food but also due to a lack of proper consumption.

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Boeing’s Space Capsule Springs More Helium Leaks on Its First Test Flight with Astronauts

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Boeing’s space capsule developed more leaks during its first test flight with astronauts as it closed in on the International Space Station on Thursday.

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Boeing’s space capsule developed more leaks during its first test flight with astronauts as it closed in on the International Space Station on Thursday.

A Russian Cosmonaut Becomes the First Person to Spend 1,000 Days in Space

A 59-year-old Russian cosmonaut has become the first person to spend 1,000 days in space, Russian space agency Roscosmos said Wednesday.

A 59-year-old Russian cosmonaut has become the first person to spend 1,000 days in space, Russian space agency Roscosmos said Wednesday.
Science,

New Study Finds Earth Warming at Record Rate, but No Evidence of Climate Change Accelerating

NEW YORK - The rate Earth is warming hit an all-time high in 2023 with 92% of last year's surprising record-shattering heat caused by humans, top scientists calculated.

NEW YORK - The rate Earth is warming hit an all-time high in 2023 with 92% of last year's surprising record-shattering heat caused by humans, top scientists calculated.

Craft Unfurls China’s Flag on the Far Side of the Moon and Lifts Off with Lunar Rocks to Bring Home

BEIJING (AP) — China said its lunar spacecraft unfurled the country's red and gold flag for the first time on the far side of the moon before part of the vehicle blasted off early Tuesday with rock and soil samples to bring back to Earth.

BEIJING (AP) — China said its lunar spacecraft unfurled the country's red and gold flag for the first time on the far side of the moon before part of the vehicle blasted off early Tuesday with rock and soil samples to bring back to Earth.
Health, VIDEO,

The UN Says a Quarter of the World’s Children Under 5 Have Severe Food Poverty. Many Are in Africa

KALTUNGO, Nigeria (AP) — The 9-month-old twins cried nonstop and tugged at their mother, seeking attention but also food.

KALTUNGO, Nigeria (AP) — The 9-month-old twins cried nonstop and tugged at their mother, seeking attention but also food.
Health,

Is Childcare the New Luxury? The Struggle for Accessible Childcare in America

A recent Care.com survey finds that families in the United States spend about $1,500 monthly on childcare.

A recent Care.com survey finds that families in the United States spend about $1,500 monthly on childcare.
Health,

Need a Pharmacy? These States and Neighborhoods Have Less Access

Opening stores used to mean everything to pharmacy chains.

Opening stores used to mean everything to pharmacy chains.

In Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, a Hidden Underground World is Under Threat by the Maya Train

AKTUN TUYUL CAVE SYSTEM, Mexico (AP) — Rays of sunlight slice through pools of crystal water as clusters of fish cast shadows on the limestone below.

AKTUN TUYUL CAVE SYSTEM, Mexico (AP) — Rays of sunlight slice through pools of crystal water as clusters of fish cast shadows on the limestone below.
Health,

Beat the Heat: Expert Tips for Staying Properly Hydrated in Warmer Weather

The latest medical research shows that 75% of Americans live chronically dehydrated, a common cause of hospitalization.

The latest medical research shows that 75% of Americans live chronically dehydrated, a common cause of hospitalization.
Health,

Tiny Wings of Terror: How Mosquitoes Have Influenced Human History

Most don't pay attention to these pests until you are bitten and left with a red, itchy mark.

Most don't pay attention to these pests until you are bitten and left with a red, itchy mark.

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