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If one’s first colonoscopy results show a negative finding for colorectal cancer, the second colonoscopy can be done 15 years later
A recent research paper titled: “Longer Interval Between First Colonoscopy With Negative Findings for Colorectal Cancer and Repeat Colonoscopy” by Trasias Mukama, reveals that the interval between colonoscopy screenings could potentially be extended from 10 to 15 years for individuals without a family history of CRC who obtained a negative result on their first colonoscopy.
US increases budget for AI in agriculture to produce more with fewer resources
On March 11, 2024, President Biden unveiled his fiscal year (FY) 2025 budget request, which includes substantial funding toward advancing artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives in agriculture.
The research journal points out the impact of mobile phones on students’ academic performance
A research journal written by Navpreet Kaur talks about the impact of mobile phone usage on the academic performance of students.
Rare total solar eclipse highlights Nature’s power, captivating millions
The total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, captivated millions with its rare spectacle, showcasing the moon's perfect alignment with the sun and blocking out all sunlight.
Potsdam Institute predicts 2024 to be the hottest year in history
Following the infamous summer of 2023, 2024 will likely be the “hottest year in history.”
US-China Military dialogue in Honolulu seeks maritime safety
On April 3 to 4, 2024, US and Chinese military officials hosted a Military Maritime Consultative Agreement (MMCA) Working Group dialogue in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Stranded U.S. Mariners rescued from Pacific Island
On April 9, 2024, the U.S. Coast Guard and Navy collaborated with regional partners in Guam and the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) to rescue three U.S. mariners who were stranded on the island of Pikelot Atoll in Yap State, FSM.
HKU’s Professor Chow leads groundbreaking research in sustainable energy
In a significant advancement in organic photovoltaics (OPV), Professor Philip C.Y. Chow and his team from the University of Hong Kong's Department of Mechanical Engineering has unveiled groundbreaking findings poised to transform sustainable energy production.
Dr. Sophie Paddock finds that climbing stairs can advance heart health and lengthen life
Dr. Sophie Paddock, a member of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Foundation Trust, has found that climbing stairs significantly reduces the risk of mortality, particularly from cardiovascular disease.
Casualties escalate as hostilities between Israel and Iran continue
Since the April 1st air strike by Israel, the conflict between Israel and Iran has been escalating.