During the COVID-19 pandemic, heart attacks were more likely to end in severe heart failure compared to the previous year, according to results presented at Heart Failure 2021, an online
More than 70% of consumers would be willing to try animal-free dairy products, such as cheese, according to the first large-scale survey of consumer acceptance of these products (1). The
A team of researchers from the Technical University of Munich, Germany, developed a faster and more reliable antibody test to determine the presence of antibodies for the new coronavirus, according
Despite the ban implemented in the 90s, London’s atmosphere still contains lead, according to a study published in PNAS (1). The levels have decreased dramatically and now meet air quality
A team from ETH Zurich compiled a surprisingly long list of chemicals used in the production of plastics, many with hazardous properties both for humans and the environment (1). The
A recent study from the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) has suggested that banning the sale of flavoured vaping products can cause higher rates of cigarette smoking among teenagers.
Smartphone bans in the workplace can have some positive effects on productivity, but only for some tasks, according to a study published in the journal Experimental Economics (1). A smartphone
– Abstract According to a long-time and widespread scientific consensus, agri-food biotechnology regulation should focus on the risks and benefits of each agricultural product, without any pointless reference to the
A team from the Department of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery, MedUni Vienna, led by Oskar Aszmann, used a ground-breaking technique to create a new foot for a bearded vulture
Swiss people have been voting on several topics yesterday, amongst them a votation for a federal law on CO2 . (1) Michel de Rougemont explains us the issues of this democratic pole.