The scope of bullying has increased tremendously with the inception of the internet and social media. In a new study, researchers have found that taunts and teases can have lasting impacts on young teens. Continue Reading →
Researchers from George Washington University recently conducted a study which found that traffic-related pollution causes millions of cases of childhood asthma from Harlem to Harare. Continue Reading →
Keeping lights off when they’re not being used is a surefire way for consumers to lower their electric bills; however, it could also help increase their lifespans. Continue Reading →
Preparing first responders for mass casualty events is an arduous undertaking. It is difficult to re-create the chaotic moments filled with dozens of injuries and casualties. Continue Reading →
Each year, hundreds of people in Cambodia are over-prescribed antibiotics. If the patients are lucky to recover from their illnesses, they face an even more daunting possibility: the over-abundance of antibiotics may herald the creation of a super-bug, bacteria that have adapted and become resistant to antibiotics.
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