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Virus cases resume after big global drop

[ad_1] The virus has picked up speed over the past week in all regions of the world except Africa, after a month in which new cases of COVID-19 fell by half, according to AFP data. Here is the current state of affairs in the world: Case up six percent The …

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Canada approves AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

[ad_1] Canada cleared a third Covid-19 vaccine on Friday, adding AstraZeneca’s candidate to its approved list alongside Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna injections. Ottawa has ordered 20 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine, developed with the University of Oxford, officials said, and two million doses of the same formula prepared by the …

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Independent control of muscle sensors

[ad_1] Skeletal muscle tissue. Credit: University of Michigan School of Medicine A number of areas of the brain change their activity before executing a planned voluntary movement. A new study from Umeå University identifies a new function of this preparatory neuronal activity, highlighting another mechanism the nervous system can use …

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Using artificial intelligence to drive out breast cancer

[ad_1] Credit: Public domain Pixabay / CC0 Endocrine disruptors (ED) are hormone-like substances that can have unwanted health effects. For example, chemicals can increase the risk of breast cancer if they act in a way similar to estrogen, a female sex hormone. Animal experiments are still needed to detect the …

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