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( U.N. Climate Chief's Blunt Message: Fewer Loopholes, Far More Cash
Feb 3rd 2024, 09:23

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportTo keep Earth from overheating, nations need to put fewer loopholes in climate agreements and far more money—specifically, $2.4 trillion a year—into financial help for poor nations, said U.N. climate chief Simon Stiell on Friday. In an unusually blunt lecture at a university in Azerbaijan, Stiell called gains made in the past not nearly enough. "Finance is the make-or-break factor," he said. "We need torrents—not trickles—of climate finance."


( Climate Change Jeopardizes Future of African Elephants, Analysis Shows
Feb 3rd 2024, 09:23

Source: ( Science Daily - Top NewsA collaborative team of researchers has conducted first-of-its kind research into how global climate change affects African elephants. The work shows that older elephants will have markedly decreased chances of survival, which will not only drastically reduce the species' overall ability to weather the changing climate but will send ripple effects throughout the surrounding landscape. African elephants are the world's largest land animals.


( Russia Makes First Convictions for "LGBT Extremism" Following Ban
Feb 1st 2024, 11:48

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportTwo Russian courts have meted out the first convictions related to what the government calls the "international LGBT social movement." A Volgograd court fined a man 1,000 rubles Thursday after he posted a photograph of an LGBT flag online. The man repented, saying he posted the image "out of stupidity." And a court east of Moscow sentenced a woman to five days in administrative detention for wearing earrings that displayed an image of a rainbow.


( Common Gynecologic Condition Tied to Cognitive Issues
Feb 1st 2024, 11:47

Source: ( U.S. News and World ReportWomen with a common ovarian disorder might be more likely to have memory and thinking problems in middle age, a new study suggests. Females diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) scored lower on cognitive tests than women without the condition, according to a report published January 31 in the journal Neurology. The condition specifically appeared to affect memory, attention, and verbal abilities, researchers said.


( Injected Antipsychotics More Effective Than Pills in Treating Schizophrenia
Jan 31st 2024, 06:40

Source: ( United Press International - Health NewsFor people with schizophrenia hospitalized after a psychotic episode, getting an antipsychotic injection works far better than pills to keep them from returning to hospital care. That's the finding of a new study in the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. The study found that injected antipsychotic meds—which provide continuous treatment from two weeks up to six months—were 75% more effective in reducing rehospitalization than the same...


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