How To Find The Right Words To Talk About Pregnancy Loss
How To Find The Right Words To Talk About Pregnancy Loss
by Jeanette Littlemore Kate Rumbold and Sarah Turner
Pregnancy loss can be an isolating experience for women and their families. The grief experienced may be intense, but…
Our Taste For Beer May Go Back 13,000 Years
Our Taste For Beer May Go Back 13,000 Years
by Melissa De Witte
Researchers have discovered evidence of the earliest brewmasters to date, a finding that might stir an old debate: What…
Vital For Life, Heat And Power – What You Never Knew About Salt Water
Vital For Life, Heat And Power – What You Never Knew About Salt Water
by Timothy Duignan
Your tongue is a salt detector – it dissolves the solid salt crystals sprinkled on your chips to create an intense…
Low-carb Versus High-carb – Is The Evidence Really Contradictory
Low-carb Versus High-carb – Is The Evidence Really Contradictory?
by Duane Mellor
It isn’t surprising that people are confused about nutrition when the media presents different findings as gladiatorial…
How Much Plastic Does It Take To Kill A Turtle?

How Much Plastic Does It Take To Kill A Turtle?

Britta Denise Hardesty, Chris Wilcox, Kathy Ann Townsend and Qamar Schuyler
Walking Gives Older Women’s Hearts A Health Boost
Walking Gives Older Women’s Hearts A Health Boost
by David Hill
Walking significantly lowers the risk of heart failure in older women, a new study shows. The study of more than…
Do Blind People Really Have Better Hearing?
Do Blind People Really Have Better Hearing?
by Loes van Dam
The sensation of sound occurs when the vibrations from sounds enter our ear and cause little hairlike structures –…
6 Questions You Can Ask A Loved One To Help Screen For Suicide Risk
6 Questions You Can Ask A Loved One To Help Screen For Suicide Risk
by Andres Pumariega
Suicide rates in the United States have increased by 25-30 percent since 1999. This is particularly true for youth ages…
How Leftovers Mess With Your Eating And Exercise
How Leftovers Mess With Your Eating And Exercise
by Greta Guest
Leftovers may be throwing off your sense of how much you’ve actually eaten and how much you need to exercise,…
Does The Brain Really Feel No Pain?
Does The Brain Really Feel No Pain?
by Janet Bultitude
The brain has no nociceptors – the nerves that detect damage or threat of damage to our body and signal this to the…
What We Can Learn From China’s Fight Against Environmental Ruin
What We Can Learn From China’s Fight Against Environmental Ruin
by Brett Bryan and Lei Gao
A good news story about China’s environment is something you don’t hear every day. But a major review published today…
What Are Deepfake Videos And Detecting Them Blink Of An Eye
What Are Deepfake Videos And Detecting Them In The Blink Of An Eye
by Siwei Lyu
A new form of misinformation is poised to spread through online communities as the 2018 midterm election campaigns heat…
Stop Peeing In The Pool. Chlorine Doesn't Work Like You Think
Stop Peeing In The Pool. Chlorine Doesn't Work Like You Think
by Vox channel
Not everyone will readily admit to peeing in swimming pools, but it does happen. An anonymous survey from 2012 found…
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