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Tag Archives: discoveries
Science: Score One for the Bible
Prehistoric Super-Crocodiles May Have Dined on Dinosaurs
3 Americans win medicine Nobel for chromosome research
Is Alzheimer’s a Form of Diabetes?
When the body refuses to make insulin, the condition is called type 1 diabetes; when the body mismanages the hormone, it’s known as type 2. Now, scientists report new evidence linking insulin to a disorder of the brain: when the brain prevents the hormone from acting properly, the ensuing chemical imbalance may help trigger Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers may have found Cleopatra’s final resting place
An archeological team is set to break new ground in its excavation of an Egyptian temple where doomed lovers Cleopatra and Mark Antony may be buried. A ground-penetrating, radar survey of the temple of Taposiris Magna and its surrounding area, west of Alexandria, was completed in March, following three years of digging, according to a statement from Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities.