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Posted in Health Hydrogen Medical

Why We Post Articles on Hydrogen

I’m a scientist at heart, and friends are always sending me snail mail, emails, and points to websites praising some product that purports to increase…

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Posted in Environment Living

What is wishcycling? Two waste experts explain

Jessica Heiges, University of California, Berkeley and Kate O’Neill, University of California, Berkeley Wishcycling is putting something in the recycling bin and hoping it will…

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Posted in COVID-19 Health

PSA: Man claims he has lost 1.5 inches from length of his penis after COVID caused him severe vascular damage – and doctors have told him it’s irreversible

Guys, you might want to rethink that anti-vax decision. – FD The victim, a heterosexual man in his thirties, explained the troubling issue on air…

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Posted in All Medical

Surgeons transplant pig’s heart into dying human patient in a first

By Tom Metcalfe  1/12/2022 It was a last-ditch effort to save Maryland man’s life. The transplant heart was surgically removed from the donor pig before the…

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Posted in All Science

Wild video shows goldfish ‘driving’ a water-filled car in weird experiment

By Cameron Duke  published 4 days ago Fish may not need bicycles, but they seem to like cars. (Image credit: Shachar Givon, Matan Samina, Prof. Ohad Ben…

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Posted in Beekeeping

Deciphering the mysterious decline of honey bees

Elina L. Niño, University of California, Davis Honey bees are arguably our most important commercially available pollinator. They are responsible for pollinating numerous food plants…

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Posted in Beekeeping

Bumblebees in crisis: insect’s inner lives reveal what the world would lose if they disappear

Philip Donkersley, Lancaster University I study insects for a living, and bumblebees are by far my favourite. They’re the most charismatic and friendly critters you’re…

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Posted in Health Medical

Dementia: how to make sense of the link with people who struggle to hear over background noise

Thomas Littlejohns, University of Oxford The number of people living with dementia is projected to treble from 50 to 150 million worldwide by 2050. Although…

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Posted in Living

Real-life US ‘Lassie’ leads police to owner’s crashed car

Agence France-Presse January 05, 2022   A dog in New Hampshire was being hailed as a real-life “Lassie” Tuesday after leading police to the scene of…

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Posted in Living

Mistletoe – famous for stolen holiday kisses – is a parasite that steals water and nutrients from other plants

David Hillock, Oklahoma State University A parasitic plant with potentially poisonous berries might not sound like something that would boost your Christmas decorations to the…

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Posted in Climate Change Environment

Climate change is a justice issue – these 6 charts show why

Sonja Klinsky, Arizona State University Climate change has hit home around the world in 2021 with record heat waves, droughts, wildfires and extreme storms. Often,…

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