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nydailynews.com

The caffeine in popular bottled energy drinks like Monster, Red Bull and Rockstar can more than double what's in a cup of coffee - and the extra boost of caffeine and taurine can cause more forceful heart contractions, according to German researchers

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arclein

The plots at page top show diamagnetic transitions for both warming and cooling test cycles. The diamagnetic shift is on the order of 6 to 8 milli-Gauss. This is weaker than with prior discoveries, due to a lower volume fraction (VF) of superconducti

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The tattoo’s built-in microphone would pick up the sounds made by a person’s voice by reading vibrations and fluctuations of muscle or tissue from their voicebox. If the user is making a phone call, the tattoo would then send these sounds wireless

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popsci.com

By taking advantage of an immutable force, the GravityLight may be the most reliable electric light source of all.

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popsci.com

Last month, I wrote about an overlooked passage in Rachel Carson’s famous book, Silent Spring. To recap, the excerpt goes like this: “It is not my contention that chemical insecticides must never be used. I do contend that we have put poisonous and

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http://www.cnbc.com, Anmar Frangoul

When electrical line worker James Young lost both his arms in 2010 in a workplace accident, he had joined the long, grim list of those people who lose a limb – up to a million a year according to the World Health Organization.

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arclein

Donor is a brain dead patient, matched for height and build, immunotype and screened for absence of active systemic and brain disorders. If timing allows, an autotransfusion protocol with D's blood can be enacted for reinfusion after anastomosis.

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arclein

Although different proteins create different kinds of amyloids, they generally have the same structure, which the researchers say is what makes it possible to differentiate them from healthy proteins using the multi-photon laser