Proof-of-concept for a new ultra-low-cost hearing aid for age-related hearing loss

A new ultra-affordable and accessible hearing aid made from open-source electronics could soon be available worldwide, according to a new study. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

UK lockdown and air pollution: Nitrogen dioxide halved but sulfur dioxide doubled

A new study of air pollution in the United Kingdom during the first 100 days of lockdown has revealed that while nitrogen oxide levels were cut by half, levels of sulfur dioxide increased by over 100 percent. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

SARS-CoV-2 during pregnancy not associated with complications in neonates, study finds

In a new study, researchers examined the association between a positive SARS-CoV-2 test during pregnancy and complications in mothers and their newborn babies. Almost two out of three pregnant women who tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 were asymptomatic and the researchers found no higher prevalence of complications during delivery or of ill-health in the neonates. However,…

Is rheumatoid arthritis two different diseases?

While disease activity improves over time for most rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients, long-term outcomes only improve in RA patients with autoantibodies, according to a new study. The findings add to a growing body of evidence that RA with and without autoantibodies are two distinct conditions. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

Animals lose fear of predators rapidly after they start encountering humans

Most wild animals show a suite of predator avoidance behaviors such as vigilance, freezing, and fleeing. But these are quickly reduced after the animals come into contact with humans through captivity, domestication, or urbanization, according to a new study. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

Small increase in risk of autism seen for pre- and post-term births

A study of more than 3.5 million Nordic children suggests that the risk of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may increase slightly for each week a child is born before or after 40 weeks of gestation. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

AI could expand healing with bioscaffolds

Artificial intelligence can speed the development of 3D-printed bioscaffolds that help injuries heal, according to researchers. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

How to get a handle on carbon dioxide uptake by plants

How much carbon dioxide, a pivotal greenhouse gas behind global warming, is absorbed by plants on land? It’s a deceptively complicated question, so a group of scientists recommends combining two cutting-edge tools to help answer the crucial climate change-related question. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

Unexpected wildfire emission impacts air quality worldwide

During wildfires, nitrous acid plays a leading role — spiking to levels significantly higher than scientists expected, driving increased ozone pollution and harming air quality, according to a new study. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

A better informed society can prevent lead poisoning disasters

An article address unresolved scientific questions that can help avert future lead poisoning disasters. A better-informed society can prevent such disasters from happening through improved risk assessment, anticipation and management of factors affecting lead release. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

Solar storm forecasts for Earth improved with help from the public

Scientists used observations recorded by members of the public to increase accuracy of computer model predictions of when harmful CMEs will hit Earth. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click Here. Press Release Distribution Service

Biologists create new genetic systems to neutralize gene drives

Addressing concerns about gene drive releases in the wild, scientists have developed two new genetic systems that halt or eliminate gene drives after release. Created in fruit flies, the e-CHACRs and ERACRs are powerful gene drive control mechanisms that were meticulously developed and tested at the genetic and molecular levels. Continue Reading at ScienceDaily.com Click…

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