The Common Cold Might Have Prepared Some People’s Immune Systems for COVID-19

A cold that you might have gotten many years ago might be why your body has a headstart fighting against the novel coronavirus. The Study A recent study from Tuesday says that some people who have never encountered the new coronavirus can still present T…

Changes in Earth’s Mantle and Volcanic Activity Might Be Responsible For the Rise of Atmospheric Oxygen

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The oxygen accumulated initially in the Earth’s atmosphere almost 2.4 billion years ago. A long-standing theory states that some geologic clues indicate ancient bacteria were photosynthesizing and releasing oxygen hundreds of millions of years before that period. So, where was it all going? Here is…

New Record of Heat-trapping Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere Should Worry Us

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The world has just hit another new record for heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air, despite decreased emissions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Measurements of carbon dioxide averaged as much as 17 % in April, and it was a slight decline. The new results are…

Parts of Antarctica Are Now Covered in Algae

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Green Antarctica is happening, and climate change is the one to blame. Researchers have developed the first large-scale map of microscopic algae on the Antarctic peninsula.  A new ecosystem might occur as algae bloom and became a source of nutrition for other species. Here is…

How to Activate Your Satellite Cells That Keep Your Muscles From Shrinking Away

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People who approach or are beyond 30 years of age are troubled by muscle issues. While many muscle deterioration studies center on much older people, the moderate decline of muscle tissue in our bodies starts in our 30s, according to new research. Fortunately, our muscles…