Chances are you have a to-do list that stretches longer than a roll of toilet paper. But if you want to get more done and feel better while doing it, try these tips: 1. Get a good night’s sleep. This is a biggie. Sleep is […]
Is Global Warming Making It Harder To Breathe?
Since 2001, the amount of asthma cases in the United States has skyrocketed. What causes asthma, and is climate change making it worse?
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Turning Out the Lights on Disease-Carrying Insects
Night falls, and the lights on streets and in homes go on. For more than 130 years, artificial light has been a key contributor to human development, allowing people to extend their work hours beyond when the sun goes down, school children to study their lessons, and communities to feel more secure on roads and in shared public spaces.
In many parts of the world, though, the simple act of turning on a light after dark comes
Ray-Guns!Some interesting news: The army is testing truck-mounted and gun-mounted ray guns! However, they’re not for firing at people, but for frying electronics, like drones and bombs. But don’t worry, the army has had actual “ahhh!!-my-skin-feels-like-it’s-on-fire!” ray guns for some time. I wonder how long it’ll be till bullets seem quaint.
What is Colour Blindness? - A Week in Science
This week, Roses are red, violets are blue-ish, when we examine colour blindness.
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