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Diabetics who skip breakfast provoke ha...

A new study reveals how skipping breakfast affects people with type-2 diabetes. According to the researchers, pancreatic beta cells which produce insulin lose their "memory" due to the prolonged period between one evening's dinner and the next day's lu...

Should U.S. Be Concerned About Ebola Vi...

Ebola virus disease also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is the human disease that is caused by Ebola viruses. The Symptoms of the disease start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus. Symptoms include fever, muscle pains, sore thro...

Sitting for long periods increases risk...

The amount of time a person sits during the day is associated with a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and death, regardless of regular exercise, according to a review study.

Walking on ice takes more than brains: ...

Scientists have discovered how a "mini-brain" in the spinal cord aids in balance. Much of the balancing act that our bodies perform when faced with a task such as walking on an icy surface happens unconsciously, thanks to a cluster of neurons in our sp...

The World's Deepest Lake

Lake Baikal is the world's oldest and deepest freshwater lake; it curves for nearly 400 miles through south-eastern Siberia, north of the Mongolian border.

I felt pretty down that no one would kn...

Be inspired by story like this to pursue STEM. STEM fields are in fact the pillars of great innovations. It is very cool to be a STEMer.

Black Holes: Facts, Theory & Definition

Thermoelectricity

BY MILTON BERTRAND Thermoelectric effect is a direct conversion of temeperature differences to create electric volatage and vice-versa. A thermoelectric device generates a voltage when the temperature is different on each side. Therefor...

Obesity as Seen Through the Lenses of a...

  The World Health Organization (WHO) defines obesity “as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that presents a risk to health.”  Gary S. Moore, in his book titled “Living with the Earth,” reports that “obesity...

Science and Religion

Rev. Betty Hanna-Witherspoon, pastor of Ebenezer A.M.E. Church, Kansas City, MO explains the scientific and spiritual views as it sees fit "I do not find science to be at odds with religion, perhaps, because I define religion, my faith, as the way I th...

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