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After Dark

So my mission to master the Trail Cam goes on! It seems there’s a lot more to it than just pointing the thing vaguely in the direction of some animals, but I guess if it was that easy, we’d all be professional wildlife photographers! 413 more words

Where are you Toxoplasma?

After finding out that Phas could control the behaviour of slugs. Yes, I know this hasn’t been published and therefore not peer reviewed by several experts in the field so I shouldn’t say this blah, blah..but it does and the manuscript is in prep (so there!) 674 more words

Are social animals programmed to seek company? - Medical News Today

After spending time in isolation, mice seek out social interaction; new evidence suggests that dopamine-releasing neurons in the DRN of the brain play a role. 11 more words


An Unlikely Friendship: The Cat and Mouse of Lord Lucan’s Bailiff

In the early 19th century, at the Earl of Lucan’s residence at Laleham, there was a very singular cat.  She belonged to Lord Lucan’s bailiff, Mr. 657 more words

19th Century

Administration of aluminium to neonatal mice in vaccine-relevant amounts is associated with adverse long term neurological outcomes

Publication: Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry

Authors:  Christopher A. Shaw, Y. Li, and Lucija Tomljenovic

Background: Our previous ecological studies of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has demonstrated a correlation between increasing ASD rates and aluminium (Al) adjuvants in common use in paediatric vaccines in several Western countries. 182 more words


Mercury toxicokinetics—dependency on strain and gender

Publication: Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology

Authors: J. Ekstrand, J. B. Nielsen, S. Havarinasab, R. K. Zalups, P. Söderkvist, and P. Hultman

Background: Mercury (Hg) exposure from dental amalgam fillings and thimerosal in vaccines is not a major health hazard, but adverse health effects cannot be ruled out in a small and more susceptible part of the exposed population. 228 more words