Overuse of disinfectants is putting us at risk of illness
We use a lot of disinfectants in our daily lives, but rarely pay attention to the possible effects of disinfectant residues. And we may therefore ignore the pathogenic bacteria that are getting stronger around us.Read More
Second pig heart transplant patient dies nearly six weeks after surgery
According to an obituary released by the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the world's second patient to receive a pig heart transplant died nearly six weeks after the operation. The time of death was October 30, local time.Read More
Will drinking milk tea become addictive?
Milk tea contains more sugar and caffeine. High-caffeine sugary drinks may lead to addiction symptoms such as craving, loss of control, tolerance and withdrawal.Read More
Microplastic particles everywhere
From clothing to food to food packaging and even in the air, these tiny plastic particles are all around us and we can never truly get rid of themRead More
How to prevent myopia
Myopia is a refractive error in which light from distant objects enters the eye and focuses in front of the retina when the eyes relax their accommodation. Myopia is a common disease worldwideRead More
Is there any benefit to staying up late?
Occasionally pulling an all-nighter can increase antidepressant mood, but the study authors caution people against staying up late specifically to combat depression. After all, the antidepressant effect obtained at the expense of sleep is short-lived, andRead More
Why do you always get gastrointestinal upset when flying?
When you're on a plane, you may feel like you're constantly passing gas. In addition to increased gas, some people may experience gastrointestinal problems during air travel.Read More
Shiitake mushrooms must be cooked thoroughly before eating
If a person eats raw shiitake mushrooms without cooking or directly, the mushroom polysaccharides enter the human body for about 24 hours, which may cause the eater to have erythema all over the body, streaked itch rash, not only on the back and limbs, buRead More
Why are more and more people using sun cream and the incidence of skin cancer increasing?
Statistics show that approximately 65% of melanoma and 90% of non-melanoma skin cancers are directly related to UV exposure. Therefore, reducing UV exposure to the skin is one of the key strategies for preventing skin cancer.Read More
Starships keep exploding and iterating
The successive failures of starships have allowed SpaceX to learn from the explosions and improve the design, moving one step closer to success.Read More