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08-08-2022
Global warming will compound health risks in children
A new review study led by the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia has found that the record levels of physical inactivity and obesity among today’s children will have a negative impact on their health as temperatures rise globally, putting them at greater risk of developing heat-related health problems, such as dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, or heat stroke. Unfortunately, current climate change policies fail to adequately address these issues and encourage children to make exercise part of their daily lives in order to increase their resilience to...
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04-14-2017
Smartphones causing kids to get much less sleep
A significant number of kids – and even babies – are...
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04-13-2017
Sexual promiscuity can slow down the process of evolution
These days, there is no shortage of dating apps that...
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04-13-2017
How Vitamin B Could Save Your Life
Ambient fine particle exposure is the cause of 3.7 million...
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04-13-2017
A tough childhood could lead to smarter decisions in adulthood
A stressful childhood is a common occurrence that seems to...
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04-13-2017
The real reason your shoelaces are always coming undone
Would you believe me if I told you that a...
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04-12-2017
Could this new earthquake warning system save lives?
How would you use a warning of a few seconds...
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04-12-2017
Scientists identify how the brain works while dreaming
Neuroscientists have recently made new breakthroughs in understanding how the...
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04-11-2017
Children pick up on things that adults don’t catch
We usually think of our adult-selves as more perceptive and...
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04-11-2017
How hot and cold imagery control your mind
It’s perfectly understandable if your thoughts drift at work today...
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04-10-2017
Earth.com Film Review, Blackfish (2013)
Blackfish (2013) “A whale has eaten one of the trainers.”...
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04-09-2017
Carbon emissions may grow along with income gap
A new study shows that in U.S. states where the...
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04-08-2017
Why early man might have practiced cannibalism
Ancient human bone fossils have been found in numerous excavations...
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