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Fracture rates are substantially higher in those with intellectual disability

The lack of recognition of people with intellectual disability (ID) as being at increased risk of fracture in the current osteoporosis guidelines may result in missed chances for prevention. A new study led by researchers at the University of Oxford and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust assesses the incidence of fractures in people with ID

WEBB’S MIRI captured the galaxy’s complex structure

The Mid-InfraRed Instrument (MIRI), which is mounted on the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope, captured an image of the spiral galaxy IC 5332 in unprecedented detail. MIRI is the only Webb instrument sensitive to the mid-infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum. IC 5332 is located 29 million light-years from Earth. The galaxy has a diameter

Potential ‘diamond factory’ may have existed at the core-mantle boundary for billions of years

The Carbon and water cycles in the Earth’s interior are linked to key planetary processes, such as mantle melting, degassing, chemical differentiation, and advection. However, the role of water in the carbon exchange between the cover and core is not well known. At the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory, Byeongkwan Ko, a recent

NASA’S Webb and Hubble captured asteroid strike with unprecedented view

After ten months of flying in space, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) successfully impacted the asteroid Dimorphos on Sept. 26, 2022, at 7:14 pm EDT. was the world’s first test of the kinetic impact mitigation technique, using a spacecraft to deflect an asteroid that poses no threat to Earth, and modifying the object’s orbit.

No difference found between spinal and general anesthesia for individuals undergoing hip fracture surgery

Hip fractures are devastating injuries and remain one of the largest healthcare challenges. The incidence increases with advancing age. Therefore, patients need to undergo surgery, requiring anesthesia to be performed so that surgery is safe and not painful. Nearly all patients will receive either spinal or general anesthesia. While previous studies have attempted to determine

Bolsonaro Brings Trump’s ‘Stop the Steal’ Tactics to the Brazilian Election

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has spent much of the past four years imitating one man: Donald Trump. Bolsonaro did so during his 2018 presidential campaign, when his iconoclastic political style and crude statements about women, Indigenous groups, and the media earned him the moniker “Trump of the Tropics.” He did so again during the COVID-19

How COVID-19 Derailed the 2022 Gay Games Before They Even Began

On the face of it, the 11th Gay Games should be a triumph for Hong Kong. The cosmopolitan, semi-autonomous Chinese city is the first Asian location for the quadrennial event since its inception in San Francisco in 1982. When, in 2017, local organizers won their bid to host the 2022 Games, they were thinking on

How Dahmer Became Netflix’s Most Controversial Show in Years

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is the second re-telling of the life and crimes of the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer that’s come out in the last five years alone, and the third take on his story in the past two decades. In 2017, Ross Lynch starred in the titular role My Friend Dahmer; 20 years

The Unique Dangers of a Pandemic-Era Hurricane

In August 2021, as the Delta variant surged and the threat of hurricanes loomed, President Biden urged people to get their COVID-19 vaccines in case they had to evacuate to a crowded shelter or stay with others indoors. This week, as Hurricane Ian barreled towards Florida as a Category 4 storm, Biden’s remarks resurfaced, mischaracterized

Facebook Owner Meta Announces Hiring Freeze, Warns Employees of Restructuring

Meta Platforms Inc., the owner of Facebook and Instagram, said it will freeze hiring and restructure some teams in an effort to cut costs and shift priorities, putting an end to the social media giant’s years of rapid growth and expansion. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg announced the company’s freeze on Thursday during a weekly



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Shop These 17 Lightweight Long-Sleeve Dresses for Early Fall Weather

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. It’s always hard to figure out what to wear this time of year. Depending on where you live, it either still feels like summer (sup, SoCal?), fall (know what we mean, New England?) or a combination of the