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Monkeypox is now a national public health emergency in the U.S. – an epidemiologist explains what this means

The goal of the public health emergency declaration is to prevent monkeypox from becoming a widespread threat to public health.… Read More

2 days ago

Proclaim debt amnesty throughout all the land? A biblical solution to a present-day problem

Part of a restoration edict of Ammisaduqa, one of the rulers of ancient Babylon. © The Trustees of the British… Read More

2 weeks ago

Silent subtle and unseen: How seizures happen and why they’re hard to diagnose

Approximately 10% of people will experience at least one seizure during their lifetime. Kateryna Kon/Science Photo Library via Getty Images… Read More

2 weeks ago

Inflation and high housing costs spur more baby boomers to find roommates

Inflation and high housing costs spur more baby boomers to find roommates Amid high inflation and rising housing costs, some… Read More

3 weeks ago

The Complete Truth About Gaining Wealth and Power

The Complete Truth About Gaining Wealth and Power. The most SECRET KNOWLEDGE. https://youtu.be/wHyIbrnqy4I Flow with Ezz Jazz AP COLLECTION Read More

3 weeks ago

What does it mean to be a ‘person’? Different cultures have different answers

A 4-month-old baby girl is tended by her grandmother inside a church in Duekoue, Ivory Coast, in 2011. AP Photo/Rebecca… Read More

4 weeks ago

What do molecules look like?

A nanographene molecule imaged by noncontact atomic force microscopy. Patrik Tschudin/gross3HR/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY Christine Helms, University of Richmond Curious… Read More

4 weeks ago

The Truth About 3D Printed Homes

The Truth About 3D Printed Homes. Faster, cheaper, greener. 3D printing may reshape the world canvas for good. Like many inventions,… Read More

1 month ago

Viruses can change your scent to make you more attractive to mosquitoes, new research in mice finds

Mosquito-borne diseases are estimated to cause over 1 million deaths a year. mrs/Moment via Getty Images Penghua Wang, University of… Read More

1 month ago

Why Medical Bills In The U.S. Are Out Of Control

CNBC   Why Medical Bills In The U.S. Are Out Of Control - Medical bills in the United States are… Read More

1 month ago

Wealth of nations: Why some are rich, others are poor – and what it means for future prosperity

What makes a nation wealthy? Getty Images Amitrajeet A. Batabyal, Rochester Institute of Technology Why are some nations rich and… Read More

2 months ago

Most HARMFUL Foods People Keep EATING

Check out the most harmful foods people keep eating! BE AMAZED   10.4M subscribers https://youtu.be/iIQzBPVwZx8 Most HARMFUL Foods People Keep… Read More

2 months ago

The Proof Is Out There: 4 MYSTERIOUS CREATURES CAUGHT ON CAMERA

The Proof Is Out There: 4 MYSTERIOUS CREATURES CAUGHT ON CAMERA Check out these extra creepy creatures, in this, The… Read More

2 months ago

Has Capitalism Killed the American Dream?

Has Capitalism Killed the American Dream? This Interview is to determine whether capitalism is the best economic system for the… Read More

2 months ago

Cage-free sounds good, but does it mean a better life for chickens?

What is a good life for an egg-laying hen? Paul B. Thompson, Michigan State University Massachusetts is the latest state… Read More

2 months ago

Why does the Moon look close some nights and far away on other nights?

The Moon often looks enormous when it first rises because of what is known as the Moon illusion. Roadcrusher/Wikimedia Commons,… Read More

2 months ago

Everything Changes at 33.

Jeremiah 33:3 – Call to me, and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do… Read More

2 months ago

Is intermittent fasting the diet for you?

Intermittent fasting could have an array of health benefits, but as of yet there are no long-term studies into its… Read More

3 months ago

Beyond honey: 4 essential reads about bees

Bumblebees at work, dotted with pollen. Crabchick/Flickr, CC BY Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation As spring gardening kicks into high gear,… Read More

3 months ago

Could people breathe the air on Mars?

An artist’s concept of an astronaut walking on Mars. But what would happen if the astronaut weren’t wearing a space… Read More

3 months ago

You’ve likely heard of the brain’s gray matter – here’s why the white matter is important too

The brain’s neural network, which includes both gray and white matter. Pasieka/Science Photo Library via Getty Images Christopher Filley, University… Read More

3 months ago

What’s at stake as Supreme Court appears intent on overturning Roe v. Wade – 3 essential reads

A women cries while kneeling in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., on May 2, 2022. Stefani… Read More

3 months ago

What do tornadoes look like on the inside?

A tornado in Turkey, Texas. Jana Houser, CC BY-ND Jana Houser, Ohio University Curious Kids is a series for children… Read More

3 months ago

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