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Depression

Depression seems to be a very common issue in our world today. More than 17 million Americans experience the disease every year. But what is it really, and what constitutes someone being truly depressed versus just “down in the dumps?” … Keep Reading


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Data Storage With DNA

Current data storage will eventually fail. Data on hard drives, servers and other current storage techniques have a limited useful life of approximately 50 years. Conversely, DNA found in a fossil that is thousands of years old is still preserved … Keep Reading


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Should Humans Clone?

A blog on the morals and ethics of human and animal cloning A sheep named “Dolly” was the first mammalsuccessfully cloned from an adult cell.Image from Wikimedia Commons As cloning animals is getting more cost effective and easy, there comes … Keep Reading


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Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that starts very slowly and progressively gets worse and worse. Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia, a term for memory loss, and is attributed to 60-80% of dementia cases. Many believe that one gets … Keep Reading


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Advantages VS. Disadvantages of Stress

Every person has experienced stress in his or her life. Stress is the body’s way of reacting to certain events that happen in one’s life. From taking a test, to getting a workload of things to do, stress is overwhelming … Keep Reading


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Hornet SWAG

Japanese Hornet (Vespa mandarinia japonica)Image from Wikimedia Commons The Japanese giant hornet is, as the name would imply, the largest hornet in the world and a native species to japan and eastern Asia. The hornets are the most dangerous animal … Keep Reading


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Minerals in Beaver Enamel May Improve Tooth Decay

Beavers have no use for a toothbrush or mouthwash, but according to a new study, beavers have built-in protection against tooth decay: iron. The iron is built into the chemical structure of the beaver’s teeth. The enamel is harder and … Keep Reading


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Hedgehogs Everywhere!

Hedgehogs have seen a rise in popularity as pets recently and there is some controversy over whether the exotic animal should be domesticated. The rise in popularity is thought to be caused by increasing amounts of hedgehogs shown on social … Keep Reading


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Colored, or Grey?

The human eye is a remarkable thing. Taking in colors and shapes, images and moments. But what if some of the glorious color the world has to offer, was taken away from you? That is what color blindness does. Color … Keep Reading


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The Infectious Flu

Image from Wikimedia Commons As the flu is on the rise, some know much about it, while others hardly know what flu actually stands for. Flu is short for influenza. The flu is a contagious respiratory infection caused by a … Keep Reading


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