A squirrel in the garden, showing it’s not the best place to grow nuts!
January was been a bit wet and wild – not proper winter weather at all! Plants are more likely to be suffering from waterlogging than frost. Still, there have been some cold snaps, and the bird feeder is proving popular with the local wildlife. We’ve even had a visit from a squirrel, although he hasn’t yet figured out how to scale the shiny pole. We think he may have buried some nuts in the garden
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Preventing inflammation in obese fat tissue may hold the key to preventing or even reversing type 2 diabetes, new research has found.
Researchers from Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and the RIKEN Institute, Japan found they could 'reverse' type 2 diabetes in laboratory models by dampening the inflammatory response in fat tissue.
Dr Ajith Vasanthakumar, Dr Axel Kallies and colleagues from the institute discovered that specialised immune cells, called regulatory T cells (Tregs),
fter 200 million gallons of crude oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico in April 2010, the government and BP cleanup crews mysteriously had trouble locating all of it.
Now, a new study led by Florida State University Professor of Oceanography Jeff Chanton finds that some 6 million to 10 million gallons are buried in the sediment on the Gulf floor, about 62 miles southeast of the Mississippi Delta.
"This is going to affect the Gulf for years to come," Chanton said. "Fish will likely ingest