• JUL 17, 2019
    Cancer
    JUL 17, 2019
    The risks of an inflammatory diet
    New research published recently in Nutrients highlights the detriments that an inflammatory diet can have on increasing the risk of certain types of breast...
  • JUL 18, 2019
    Earth & The Environment
    JUL 18, 2019
    Iconic Joshua Trees May Not Survive This Century
    Joshua trees are iconic of southern California deserts and have survived for 2.5 million years in harsh desert conditions. An individual tree can survive f...
  • JUL 17, 2019
    Plants & Animals
    JUL 17, 2019
    Rain Can Be a Hummingbird's Worst Nightmare
    Hummingbirds are captivating animals, not only because of their incredibly fast wingbeats, but also because they have one of the highest-known metabolisms...
  • JUL 17, 2019
    Health & Medicine
    JUL 17, 2019
    Are Calluses Good for Your Feet?
    Sandal season brings with it the expectation of perfectly manicured feet. Humans go to extraordinary lengths to remove foot calluses, from pumices stones a...
  • JUL 13, 2019
    Cardiology
    JUL 13, 2019
    Those With Views Of Nature From Their Homes, Healthier
    The benefits of exposing yourself to nature are well documented. Our proximity to nature influences everything from mental-health to air quality. Studies h...
  • JUL 18, 2019
    Genetics & Genomics
    JUL 18, 2019
    New Insights Into the Role of Enhancers in Gene Regulation
    Researchers have uncovered a new set of rules that govern cellular decision-making about gene activation....
  • JUL 17, 2019
    Earth & The Environment
    JUL 17, 2019
    If only China could cut ozone emissions...
    Air pollution in China poses a health concern to many of the nation’s almost 1.4 billion people. Ozone pollution is of particular concern and scienti...