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Face Mask Use Necessary to Prevent a Second COVID-19 Wave

Study shows lockdowns alone aren& 39;t enough to stem the virus in the longterm.June 11, 2020Face masks have become a recurring point of conversation across the globe over the past few months.As a number of nations have gone under strict or semi-lockdowns, with face masks becoming a regular part of our day to day lives, new research suggests we may need to wear them in much higher numbers, and for a much longer period of time than expected.
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Science

5 Reasons Why Nightmares Might Be Good for You

Nightmares can be the stuff of, well, nightmares at times. But there is a growing body of evidence that they could actually be very good for your mental and physical health.RELATED: ROBOT CHOIR SINGING BEETHOVEN IS THE STUFF OF NIGHTMARESWhy do I have bad nightmares every night?The odd nightmare is not something to lose sleep over, but if you are having regular nightmares, it could indicate a potential underlying problem.
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Inspiration

New Horizon makes it into history books as it flies past Pluto

July 14, 2015The New Horizons spacecraft from NASA made its way by Pluto at 7:49 today EDT. The unmanned probe flew past the planet at 12,500 km away and doing a speed of 14 km/sec and this made it the last classical planet to have been paid a visit by the spacecraft. Image Source: NASA The flyby of the New Horizons today is historic and also paradoxical due to the fact that the spacecraft, which cost around US$750million is on a ballistic trajectory.
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Vehicles

2016 Chevrolet Malibu designed with Teen Driver technology

April 07, 2015All parents worry when their children pass their driving test and get out on the road for the first time. However if you put your teenager behind the wheel of the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu they will be a little safer thanks to a Teen Driver system from General Motors that is going to be revealed in greater detail at the New York Auto Show.
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News

Canada Grants Terminally Ill Patients Access to Psilocybin Therapy

The patients will be the first Canadians to have legal access to psychedelic mushrooms since the 1970s.August 05, 2020Marking the first time that a legal exemption has been given in Canada to allow patients to undergo psychedelics therapy, four Canadians with terminal illnesses have been approved to receive psilocybin treatment to manage their end-of-life anxiety.
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