Wow! This German Pineapple-Slicing Machine Will Mesmerise You

There is no dearth of creativity and innovation on the internet. We often catch glimpses of gizmos and technology that make the most Herculean tasks seem like a cakewalk. Recently, one such machine has left the internet impressed. A video

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Hospital readmission rate for younger women is higher than for younger men after a heart attack

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain In a new study of younger heart attack victims in Ontario, Canada, researchers found that the health care system delivers high quality care for younger heart attack survivors; however, there are still disparities between men and

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There is no quick fix for COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among UK South Asian communities, find researchers

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain The complex, multiple factors influencing COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and skepticism among UK South Asian communities mean “quick fix” solutions to increase uptake of the vaccines will be ineffective, according to new research published by JRSM Open.

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Transgender women’s heart-lung capacity and strength exceed those of cisgender peers even after years of hormone therapy

Credit: CC0 Public Domain The heart and lung capacity and strength of transgender women exceed those of their cisgender peers, even after years of female hormone therapy, but they are lower than those of cisgender men, indicates the first study

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The big bounce-back: Survey captures post-pandemic rebound in Utah’s community well-being

Communities in Utah seem to have recovered, mostly, from pandemic disruptions, according to survey data from the Utah Wellbeing Project. But there are still a few places, and a few issues, that have room for improvement. Credit: Pricsilla du Preez

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Antidepressants in pregnancy do not affect child neurodevelopment, study finds

Antidepressant use in pregnancy is not associated with an increased risk for neurodevelopmental disorders in children, according to a study published online Oct. 3 in JAMA Internal Medicine. Elizabeth A. Suarez, M.P.H., Ph.D., from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard

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