The Red Tea Detox

Do We Really Need Oxygen For Complex Life?

Sea sponges can survive on astonishingly small amounts of oxygen. The discovery raises questions as to whether the first complex lifeforms could do the same, and if so why they didn’t evolve earlier. “The sponges were able to both respire and feed to oxygen levels cycling between 0.5% and 4% PAL …

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Huge Gas Clouds Discovered Orbiting Black Holes

Scientists have known for a while that there can be gas clouds circling supermassive black holes. These clouds were believed to be nothing more than a thin fog, shaped into a ring over time. A team led by Alex Markowitz of the University of California, San Diego studied data collected …

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Chemical Treatment Restores Partial Vision to Blind Mice

An estimated 3.4 million people suffer from retinal pigmentosa (RP) or age-related macular degeneration (AMD) in the United States alone. These diseases deteriorate retinal function and result in various degrees of vision loss, including complete blindness. Current treatment methods can slow the onset of these diseases, but there is nothing that …

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Breast Milk Custom Formulated For Baby’s Gender

Milk straight from the source contains a variation of vitamins, minerals, fats, sugars, and other factors that promote optimal growth, development, and behavior in babies. Not only does the nutrient content of the milk change over time as the baby grows, but the milk’s composition will actually differ based on …

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Tracked Great White Shark May Be Pregnant

A great white shark that has been tagged by a group of scientists at OCEARCH, a non-profit organisation that carries out research on sharks and other apex predators, is thought to possibly be pregnant.Due to an error during the first trimester, the pinna (external ear) does not develop completely or …

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