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Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 Could Be Coming Sooner Than You Might Expect

Masters of the Universe: Revelation is Netflix’s newest reboot exploring the world of He-Man, Skeletor, Teela, Evil-Lyn, and the rest of the gang. The show debuted its first five episodes, but five more are coming at a later date. Here’s when we predict the episodes could be on the way. In Masters of the Universe:… Read More »

‘Simple at-home urine testing kit could check for aggressive prostate cancer’

This is really good news for all men – a home testing kit for prostate cancer called the Prostate Screening Box. It’s the fruit of pioneering research from the University of East Anglia and ­Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital. Thousands of men worldwide will be asked to collect urine samples at home which will then… Read More »

Your Poop Could Power Planes, Scientists Say

Juan Gargiulo / EyeEmGetty Images Scientists have developed a new chemical way to turn wet waste into paraffin, a combustible jet fuel ingredient. Airplanes contribute to 2.5 percent of global greenhouse emissions, while food waste makes 6 percent. The new fuel blend could reduce airline emissions to zero and beyond. Scientists have revealed an ambitious… Read More »

Lower AstraZeneca vaccine efficacy against South African strain could complicate pandemic response

The AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine is not effective against moderate infections of the South Africa variant of the coronavirus, according to a new study that complicates the strategy for curbing the pandemic through immunization. A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine found that the vaccine had an efficacy of only 10.4% against mild-to-moderate cases… Read More »

Coronavirus antibodies could last 6 months or more: Study

After months of uncertain speculation, researchers have reported their strongest evidence yet that patients recovered from the coronavirus have a stronger, faster immune response if they’re exposed a second time. These new findings indicated that SARS-CoV-2 antibodies may linger beyond six months of initial infection, and they promote a more effective anti-viral response than that of those who… Read More »