The new study involved 9,856 women from Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand who had undergone genetic testing and were found to have genetic mutations in either the BRCA1 or BRCA 2 gene. Of these women, about 4,800 had been diagnosed with either breast or ovarian cancer before the study started, while about 5,000 of the women had not been diagnosed with either type of cancer. The women were followed for about five years to see if they developed cancer. … [Read more...] about ‘Breast Cancer Genes’: How Much Do They Increase Cancer Risk?
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Disney Plus UK: everything we knowThe Mandalorian Season 2: our complete guideWhat are the best Disney Plus shows?It's not just the UK benefiting, either. Disney has confirmed that the date change also extends to Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland. … [Read more...] about Disney Plus UK to launch early with new March 24 release date
In brief: Disney’s new streaming service is set to launch in the UK on March 24, a full week earlier than originally scheduled. The powers that be have also revealed pricing - locals will pay £5.99 per month for access, or a discounted rate of £59.99 when paid annually. That is in line with US pricing which is set at $6.99 per month (£5.35). According to Tom Harrington with Enders Analysis, at this rate, “none of these services are going to make money for years.” … [Read more...] about Disney+ will launch a week early in the UK on March 24
Beyond that weight, birds employ one of several strategies, the researchers suggest. The big birds can: prolong the total molt to every two or even three years; simultaneously replace multiple feathers from different places in the feather sequence; and, for species that don't need flight to feed or escape enemies, such as ducks and geese, replace all feathers simultaneously. … [Read more...] about How an Airplane-Sized Bird Replaced Its Feathers
Mostly intactThe skeleton was mostly intact, with just the front limbs missing. Because of its excellent preservation, the team believes the toddler dino drowned in a stream and was quickly buried in sediments, where it remained undisturbed for millions of years. … [Read more...] about In Images: A Baby Dinosaur Unearthed