Here's Why You Keep Being Told to Exercise if You Have Lower Back Pain
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Here's Why You Keep Being Told to Exercise if You Have Lower Back Pain

Many of us are experiencing back pain after months in lockdown. This could be due to increased stress from the pandemic, sedentary lifestyle, and a
57 per cent of elephants at Thai tourist facilities have nervous tics
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57 per cent of elephants at Thai tourist facilities have nervous tics

Tourists riding on an elephant in Chiang Mai Thailand, aphotostory/Getty Photos Nearly half of the elephants at multiple Thai tourist sites have
Scientists Rewired The Brain of a Mutant Worm Using Parts From a Hydra
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Scientists Rewired The Brain of a Mutant Worm Using Parts From a Hydra

Because of their intricate wiring and subtle whisperings of neurotransmitter messages, brains can be difficult to study. This research could be a lot
Brazil v Argentina controversy will make clubs 'nervous' to release players says Aston Villa CEO
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Brazil v Argentina controversy will make clubs 'nervous' to release players says Aston Villa CEO

Last update on.From section Aston Villa Emiliano Martinez, Aston Villa goalkeeper, started for Argentina against Brazil on Sunday. Christian Purslow,
Rare Cambrian fossils from Utah reveal unexpected anatomical complexity in early comb jellies
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Rare Cambrian fossils from Utah reveal unexpected anatomical complexity in early comb jellies

Ctenorhabdotus Campanelliformis (top), and Thalassostaphylos Elegans (bottom): Artistic Reconstruction Holly Sullivan Ctenophores are also known as
The 'Second Brain' in Your Gut Might Have Evolved Before The Brain in Your Head
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The 'Second Brain' in Your Gut Might Have Evolved Before The Brain in Your Head

Our gut's enteric nervous system (ENS), functions in a similar way to other neural networks in the brain, the spinal cord and so it is often called