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I spent a year in space on the International Space Station.  The experience still suffocates me - this is what my days looked like.

I spent a year in space on the International Space Station. The experience still suffocates me – this is what my days looked like.

Mark T. Vande Hei, 55, is a NASA astronaut who spent a year in space orbiting Earth. He just got back and didn’t expect his term to last 355 days, but he was prepared for it. He said his days included meetings and experiences. On the weekend they had a movie night. Loading Something is …

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Rare genetic coding variants may predict high-risk SCAD phenotype

September 21, 2022 3 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Disclosures: Ganesh and editorial authors do not report any relevant financial information. Please see the study for relevant financial information from all other authors. ADD A SUBJECT TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published on Please provide your email address to receive …

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SOPHiA GENETICS Unveils Strategy to Drive Innovations in Healthcare at Inaugural Investor Day Event

SOPHiA GENETICS Unveils Strategy to Drive Innovations in Healthcare at Inaugural Investor Day Event

Highlights include: a memorandum of understanding with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and an unprecedented new partnership with Boundless Bio, a next-generation precision oncology company SOPHiA GENETICS’ next-generation CarePath solution, powered by current real-world observational data, previewed to attendees BOSTON and GENEVA, September 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SOPHiA GENETICS (Nasdaq: 2015-09-19 10:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:00:0 SOPH), a cloud-native …

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New study explains salt transport mechanisms and may help treat cystic fibrosis

New study explains salt transport mechanisms and may help treat cystic fibrosis

image: Pablo Artigas, Ph.D., of TTUHSC, and a team of collaborators investigated the structural features of H+/K+ pumps and Na+/K+ pumps that cause them to regulate the passage of salts through membrane barriers. see After Credit: TTUHSC In a recently published research article, Pablo Artigas, Ph.D., of the Center for Membrane Protein Research at Texas …

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Astronomy for Equity: Building Hope Across the Night Sky

Astronomy for Equity: Building Hope Across the Night Sky

Have you ever attended a star party, where amateur astronomers set up telescopes and invite the public to take a look at the night sky? If so, then you understand and appreciate how much these part-time but incredibly enthusiastic astronomers enjoy sharing the wonders of our universe with others. This kind of passion and generosity …

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A new study has warned that the Pine Island Ice Shelf – the ice shelf that controls the flow of ice from the Pine Island Glacier – may be more vulnerable to complete disintegration than previously thought.

Pine Island Glacier is more vulnerable than previously thought – and could raise sea levels by 1.6ft

Antarctica’s Pine Island Ice Shelf is more vulnerable than previously thought – and could cause sea levels to rise by 1.6 FEET if it collapses, study warns The Pine Island Ice Shelf holds enough ice to raise sea levels by 1.6 feet It may be more vulnerable to complete disintegration than previously thought In a …

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The tropics are heating up: Hurricane Fiona is Cat.  4, the gulf coast keeps an eye on the wave

The tropics are heating up: Hurricane Fiona is Cat. 4, the gulf coast keeps an eye on the wave

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is heating up. The National Hurricane Center is currently monitoring two named storms swirling in the Atlantic along with three other areas of interest. After hitting the Turks and Caicos Islands, Hurricane Fiona, the first major hurricane of the season, upgraded to a Category 4 storm …

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A New View of Heart Health: Accumulation of Mutations - Boston Children's Answers

A New View of Heart Health: Accumulation of Mutations – Boston Children’s Answers

An unprecedented study opens a new window on the aging heart. (Image: Adobe Stock. Illustration: Patrick Bibbins, Children’s Hospital Boston) Why do so many people get heart disease as they age? We know that factors like high blood pressure or high cholesterol contribute to the risk of heart disease, but they don’t explain all cases. …

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