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Pesticide Exposure May Degrade Human Cognitive Function

by Kahea Kanua

Pesticides are widely used toxins, yet research is only beginning to understand their effects on human brain and body functioning. In the United States, it is estimated that close to 8 billion dollars is spent on pesticides each year, yet only a few studies have examined the cognitive and neuropsychological impact of pesticide exposure, to mixed results. 466 more words

Agriculture

Bruins Prospect Changes Last Name To Honor Mother, Grandmother

BOSTON (CBS) — Bruins prospect Zane Gothberg has changed his last name in honor of the women in his life.

And it’s a last name that will fit right in when if he makes it to Boston. 162 more words

Sports

The NACA and the Documenting of Progress in Aerodynamics

The aeronautical research that the NACA between 1915 and 1958 undertook found dissemination in a complex set of technical publications that the agency made available to all on an equal basis. 1,503 more words

History

Professor: gun owners not a 'protected group,' says people should flee from open carry activists

Campus Reform: Gun owners are not a “protected group” under the Constitution, according to a philosophy professor at the University of North Dakota (UND). 883 more words

Education