10 Science News Roundup #3

Here are 10 science news that I find interesting and important to take note.

Humans still evolving, large-scale study of genetic data shows – Researchers further find that sets of genetic mutations that predispose people to heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity, and asthma, also appear less often in people who lived longer and whose genes are therefore more likely to be passed down and spread through the population. Science Daily

Substance in coffee delays onset of diabetes in laboratory mice – Some studies suggest that drinking three to four cups of coffee a day can reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a disease that afflicts nearly 30 million Americans. Science Daily

Cannot sleep due to stress? Here is the cure – In today’s world ever-changing environment, demanding job works and socio-economic factors enforces sleep deprivation in human population. Science Daily

Zika could one day help combat deadly brain cancer – Zika’s damaging neurological effects might someday be enlisted for good — to treat brain cancer. Science News

Tiny quantum storage device fits on a chip – A newfangled data storage device, which takes up less than a millionth the amount of space of its predecessors, could be a key component of futuristic communication systems. Science News

Police Warn Residents In Chicago Of Rise Of “Zombie” Coyotes – The Hanover Park Police Department in Chicago has had to warn residents to be careful of “zombie”-like coyotes due to the creatures becoming more active during the daytime. IFLScience

Check Out These Stunning New Images Of Jupiter – If fears of World War 3 have got you down, don’t fret. We’ve got some glorious new pictures of Jupiter to hopefully take your mind off things. IFLScience

We May Have Finally Discovered The Trigger That Starts Autoimmune Diseases – Scientists have identified a chain reaction that explains why our own bodies can turn against healthy cells, potentially transforming the way we look at autoimmune diseases and the way we treat them. Science Alert

A Student Found an Ancient Canadian Village That’s 10,000 Years Older Than The Pyramids – For hundreds (perhaps thousands) of years, generations of the Heiltsuk Nation – an indigenous group in British Columbia – have passed down the oral histories of where they came from. Science Alert

‘No fire risk’ with new lithium batteries – The devices produced sufficient energy for use in household electronics, but did not catch fire or explode – even when punctured repeatedly with a nail. BBC

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