Two hours a week in nature, the minimum dose for your well-being

Spending at least two hours a week in the wild would be the threshold for maintaining one’s health and well-being, scientists say after analyzing data from a survey of 20,000…

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Fossils from northern Yukon trace ancient hyenas

A pair of fossilized teeth found near Old Crow, Yukon, in the 1970s finally reveal the migratory trajectory of ancient hyena species that found their way into the northern tundra…

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Gut bacteria linked to fibromyalgia

Differences in the populations of bacteria that inhabit the digestive tract of people with fibromyalgia have been observed for the first time by Quebec researchers. Dr. Amir Minerbi and his…

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Facebook unveils its libra cryptocurrency and Calibra purse

On Tuesday Facebook unveiled a digital currency project called libra, which will be launched in the first half of 2020. This virtual currency, not backed by states or central banks,…

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Pterosaur baby flew from birth

The pterosaurs (Pterosauria), flying reptiles that populated the Earth at the same time as the dinosaurs, had the ability to fly from birth, show the work of British paleontologists. According…

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