Eating milk chocolate in the morning boosts fat metabolism: study

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July 1, 2021

Editorial: Labs, Leaks, and Liability

By Bob Grant

The resurfaced conversation surrounding the idea that SARS-CoV-2 might have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China, represents an opportunity to reexamine the confluence of science, politics, and public discourse.

Q&A: Eating Milk Chocolate in the Morning Boosts Fat Metabolism

By Amanda Heidt

A study of 19 postmenopausal women found that eating a bar of chocolate in the morning affected their bodies differently than eating it at night, but neither led to weight gain.

China Is Malaria-Free, Says World Health Organization

By Stephanie Melchor

The certification, a major accomplishment for the world's most populous nation, may serve as an example to other countries struggling with malaria eradication.

ICYMI: Signs of Ancient Microbial Life Abundant in Earth's Crust

By Catherine Offord

Researchers report chemical and molecular signatures of microbial activity from millions of years ago in mineral samples from abandoned mines in Sweden and nearby countries.

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