Author: Sayan Paul

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Caffeine consumption was linked to heart arrhythmias, altered heart rate variability, and elevated cardiovascular risk Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a significant global public health issue. With 2.2 million cases in the United States and 4.5 million in the European Union, atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most prevalent arrhythmia in clinical care. Image Source- American Heart Association HighlightsAtrial FibrillationCaffeine, Coffee, and Atrial FibrillationResearch Method and ResultStatistical Analysis Atrial Fibrillation Atrial fibrillation is an irregular and usually very rapid heart rhythm (arrhythmia) that can cause cardiac blood clots. One of the frequent and deadly side effects of AF is stroke. It frequently…

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Following its undocking from the Harmony module’s space-facing port, the SpaceX Dragon cargo craft is seen leaving the vicinity of the space station. On Wednesday, SpaceX announced that its Dragon cargo spacecraft had successfully returned from the International Space Station and splashed down off the Florida coast. The company’s 26th contracted mission to resupply the space station for NASA came to an end at 5:19 a.m. EST off the coast of Tampa, Florida, with the pilotless Dragon cargo spacecraft splashing down. Picture Source – UPI SpaceX Dragon Cargo On schedule Monday at 5:05 p.m. EST, a crewless Dragon spacecraft separated…

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In order to establish a global network of satellite-based internet connections, OneWeb originally planned to launch 648 satellites in total. Launch Details On Monday, January 9, Airtel-backed OneWeb successfully launched and deployed 40 satellites on a SpaceX launch vehicle from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, the business said in a statement. It was the 16th successful launch for the UK-based satellite network operator, raising the total number of satellites in its low-Earth orbit (LEO) constellation to 542. OneWeb’s ‘Countdown to Global Connectivity’ campaign officially begins with this launch, which also marks the start of the last launches needed to complete…

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The SCMP was informed by unnamed sources that teams on Earth have not yet received a signal from the rover after it emerged from sleep. China’s Interplanetary Journey China’s first interplanetary mission, which consists of two spacecraft, is having problems, and the rover, which has been in slumber for the winter, may have been abandoned on the surface. For China’s first-ever Mars mission, something may have gone horribly wrong. Tianwen 1 was launched by China in July 2020, and the mission’s rover, Zhurong, landed on Mars in May 2021. The two successfully explored Mars until May 2022, when Zhurong was…

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Apple’s analyst Mark Gurman speculates that the company may be prepping its new headset at the expense of its existing products, which may see fewer improvements this year. Apple has been working on new headset-based goods for a while now, and it is widely thought that the company is moving closer to releasing a mixed-reality AR headset with VR capabilities. It’s now believed that Apple will soon unveil its hardware. Picture Source- FoneArena Apple’s long-rumored augmented and virtual reality headgear is almost ready after years of research. Prior to its annual WWDC conference in June, Apple intends to introduce the…

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There is a lot of information supporting the connection between metabolic disorders like diabetes and gut microbiota. There is evidence to suggest that gut bacteria may play a role in the development of diabetes. Some studies have found that people with diabetes have different types and numbers of gut bacteria compared to people who do not have diabetes. The specific role that gut bacteria play in the development of diabetes is not yet fully understood, but it is thought that they may affect how the body processes glucose and how well insulin works in the body. Picture Source – Healthline…

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Based on the period of COVID-19 NPIs in effect in China, the researchers examined the epidemiology and seasonal trends of influenza. Influenza activity significantly decreased, indicating that the COVID-19-related actions were successful in halting the spread of other viral respiratory infections. According to a study, ongoing public health initiatives in China to combat COVID-19 may be linked to a decline in influenza prevalence.  The COVID-19 epidemic led to the unprecedented global adoption of extensive public health initiatives. During the epidemic worldwide reports of seasonal virus detection have dropped sharply. There is little available data on the effect of pediatric influenza-related…

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Persistent Barriers to Immunotherapy and Cell Transplantation May Be Removed by New Method preventing Antibodies from immune rejection. An innovative, possibly life-saving method has been devised by researchers at UCSF that may stop antibodies from causing the immune system to reject tailored therapeutic and transplant cells. The most frequent reason for late allograft failure following kidney transplantation is antibody-mediated rejection (AMR). It has been particularly difficult to cure rejection caused by antibodies as compared to the chemical attack started by immune cells, which has slowed the development of some of these therapies. Picture Source – National Human Genome Research Institute…

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Hidden Media, Zero Storage Usage, New Drawing Tools, Contact Profile Pictures, and More in the Latest Telegram Update With the addition of a new set of capabilities for users everywhere, the instant messaging service Telegram is now smarter. Telegram has unveiled numerous new features for its app in its final release for 2022. The update is included in the app’s 9.3 version on the App Store and Google Play Store. The most recent upgrade to the encrypted messaging service Telegram features a new media editor with a tonne of new capabilities for enhancing or hiding some aspects of a user’s…

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