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Space blindness in Guest is a real concern for NASA

Photo: DIYAH PERA / NETFLIX From men’s health Space Blindness – The loss of vision experienced in a zero-gravity (or microgravity) environment is not just a dramatic plot for Netflix’s Mars Odyssey, Far away; cosmic blindness (or rather “damage”) is actually a documented phenomenon experienced by astronauts. In fact, nearly two-thirds of astronauts report vision problems months later on the …

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COVID-19 associated with heart inflammation in college athletes

Growing data suggests that the coronavirus can damage the hearts of even the young and in physical form. A study published Friday in the journal JAMA Cardiology found that 4 out of 26 athletes in the college had signs of a heart disease called myocarditis after recovering from COVID-19. Complete coverage of the coronavirus outbreak The findings were hinted at …

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The record for the Earth’s climate history puts the current changes in the context – ScienceDaily

For the first time, climatologists have made a continuous record of variations in the Earth’s climate lasting 66 million years in the past. The record reveals four distinctive climatic conditions that researchers have called a greenhouse, a warm room, a cool room and a glacier. These basic climatic conditions have persisted for millions and sometimes tens of millions of years, …

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