The sweaty summers of the mid 1970s give way to cooler climes indoors, as a block of sandstone pulled from the red-and-orange rocks of the Djadokhta Formation in Mongolia’s southern Gobi Desert finds itself in Ulaanbator, the nation’s capital. 1,319 more words
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Bullying, inflammation, anger, low self-esteem, abuse, biochemicals, unsettled gender identity, cat parasites, and anything bad causes depression/bipolar disorder/PTSD. (Double-jointedness, too, except I don’t know if that’s bad or not.) … 1,222 more words
Earlier this week, a number of headlines proclaimed that everyday chemicals could have additive effects in causing cancer. I didn’t have time to cover this news item myself, but the NHS Behind The Headlines team did and excellent job looking at it. 10 more words
John Bohannon is a biologist and science journalist at Harvard University. He and a team of researchers in Germany, recently conducted a study which found that chocolate, combined with a low-carbohydrate diet, resulted in… 718 more words