(Niamh Harris) White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters Wednesday that President Biden enthusiastically supports a study on the viability of slavery reparations.
(Phillip Schneider) A recent study in the journal Cancer Discovery found that inhalation of harmful microbes can contribute to advanced stage lung cancer in adults. Long-term use of face masks may help breed these dangerous pathogens.
(Virgilio Marin) Cloves are the aromatic buds of the evergreen tree, Syzygium aromaticum. This potent spice is found in both whole and ground forms and is a versatile food ingredient used for seasoning pot roasts and adding flavor to hot beverages and desserts. In Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, clove is used to treat influenza, cough, digestive problems, toothache, nausea and vomiting, among other things.
(Michael Wright) You’ve heard rumors and maybe even thought about it yourself. Now we know for sure.
(B.N. Frank) It may seem like warnings have only been cited about the many health risks associated with exposure to sources of wireless radiation (i.e. 5G, Bluetooth, cell phone and WiFi radiation). However, there have been warnings about exposure risks from additional sources of Electromagnetic Radiation (aka “Electrosmog”) for many years as well. This includes power lines.
(David Nield) A new study offers a better understanding of the hidden network of underground electrical signals being transmitted from plant to plant – a network that has previously been shown to use the Mycorrhizal fungi in soil as a sort of electrical circuit.
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(Exploring Your Mind) In 2005, University of California–Berkeley researchers made the surprising discovery that when young and old mice share blood and organs, rejuvenated tissues can reverse the signs of aging in the old mice. The finding sparked a flurry of research into whether a youngster’s blood might contain special proteins or molecules that could serve as a sort of “fountain of youth” for mice and humans alike.
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(Steve Watson) A study conducted by a Professor at San Diego State University has discovered that people who are easily offended make terrible employees because they never get anything done.
(Good News Network) People want to help each other, even when it costs them something and even when the motivations to help don’t always align, a new study suggests.
(Eric A. Blair) We might be closer to herd immunity on COVID-19 than we think, a new model has found.
(Steve Watson) 46 percent are white.
(Mayukh Saha) In this internet age, knowledge is no longer something you cannot acquire. You don’t always have to go to a library or search for something you want to learn. The internet has all the information you need – you just have to Google it. Hence, in this era of constant knowledge-seeking, you might feel ignorant if you don’t know something. But that is where intellectual humility comes in.
(Robert Preidt) A testosterone-lowering drug can reduce male pedophiles’ risk of sexually abusing children, according to a new Swedish study.
(Arjun Walia) Greg. G Wolff, an Epidemiologist with the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Branch recently published a study in the Journal Vaccine titled, Influenza vaccination and respiratory virus interference among Department of Defense personnel during the 2017–2018 influenza season.
(Hank Berrien) A study that was published in the last week found that a mutation in COVID-19 mirrors the same mutation in the SARS virus in 2003, which could mean there is a possibility that the virus could offer clues to how the virus makes people ill. Lead study author Dr. Efren Lim, an assistant professor at Arizona State University’s Biodesign Institute, explained that if a virus adds mutations it can lose strength, which happened to the SARS virus as it progressed, although there is no evidence that the coronavirus is losing strength.