Shown are images of Jupiter taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft during the first flyby of its mission. Muredach Reilly, PhD, interviews Jane Freedman, the ATVB 2017 Keynote Lecturer, about her research into the role of circulating, non-coding RNAs in atherothrombotic disease. Simply donate any amount and not only will you experience our site ad-free, but you will be part of the Science X community mission to promote science and technology knowledge.
While we strive to achieve 100% accuracy in our news reporting, errors inevitably will occur from time to time and we make no guarantees that the facts presented in any given post will remain unchanged over time. The Harvard Chan: This Week in Health” podcast sits down with Aaron Bernstein, associate director of the Center for Health and the Global Environment at the Harvard Chan School, to discuss how climate change will impact health and health care costs.
Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and one of his senior advisers, has come under FBI scrutiny in the Russia investigation, multiple U.S. officials told NBC News. I’m petty sure science news should cover science topics, but this app is as much about science news as the History Channel is about history.
The rest of the story is that the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids continues to incessantly deceive the public by falsely accusing tobacco companies of marketing gummy worm, gummy bear, and cotton candy electronic cigarettes to children. This admission – that the use of menthol cigarettes by kids increased significantly as a result of the legislation’s menthol exemption – is quite damning.
In this study, which has not been published or peer reviewed, but was presented last week at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference, the investigators found that mice exposed to e-cigarette aerosol for 10 days or 30 days had more severe strokes than those exposed to tobacco smoke.