04/19/2018 / By Mike Adams

Sayer Ji at GreenMedInfo.com is doing an extraordinary job investigating the science of medicine and nutrition. His website began as

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-19-sayer-ji-greenmedinfo-interviewed-by-the-health-ranger-science-natural-medicine.html

04/19/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

“You are what you eat” might be an overused phrase, but there’s quite a bit of truth to it, particularly

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-19-brain-gut-connection-determines-how-we-respond-to-stressful-situations.html

04/19/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

According to a heart study, the omega-3 index could be used as a biomarker for overall risk of death and

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-19-heart-study-finds-that-omega-3-cuts-your-risk-of-death-by-a-third.html

04/19/2018 / By Edsel Cook

We may finally be on the verge of a true alternative to costly lithium-ion batteries that rely on rare earth

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-19-praise-for-the-proton-latest-battery-breakthrough-may-free-us-from-lithium-ion.html

04/18/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

You can now add one more benefit to eating beets – that is, slowing down the progress of Alzheimer’s disease.

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-18-beet-it-a-compound-found-in-this-superfood-may-help-slow-alzheimers.html

04/18/2018 / By David Williams

What do you think farms of the future will look like? Will they use soil in the same way that

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-18-high-tech-farm-is-using-machines-to-reestablish-old-school-microbiology-for-sustainable-farming.html

04/18/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Minerals found in the deep ocean may be used to improve muscle output, potentially becoming a big sports supplement, according

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-18-minerals-from-deep-in-the-ocean-found-to-enhance-muscle-output.html

04/18/2018 / By David Williams

Robots can do a lot to help out in performing tedious and labor-intensive tasks. And while certain actions, such as

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-18-robot-with-advanced-cyber-hand-put-to-work-harvesting-cauliflower-for-the-eu.html

04/17/2018 / By David Williams

Many present-day conveniences are rooted in once-exclusive space industry innovations. As it turns out, the same can also apply to

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-17-lessons-learned-using-robotic-arm-in-space-applied-to-the-hospital-surgery-room.html

04/17/2018 / By Ethan Huff

The long-term negative effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals, or EDCs, extend far beyond just the immediate generation exposed to them, new

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-17-depopulation-already-unleashed-shocking-new-research-finds-prenatal-exposure-to-endocrine-disruptors-can-impact-male-fertility-for-generations.html

04/17/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

The amount of plastic pollution in our oceans is set to triple over the next seven years, according to a

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-17-the-amount-of-plastic-pollution-in-our-oceans-will-triple-in-7-years.html

04/17/2018 / By David Williams

As you read this, there are many different kinds of things that are hurtling through space at alarming speeds. Never

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-17-avoiding-armageddon-scientists-experiment-with-ways-to-destroy-or-redirect-threats-from-space.html

04/16/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Cattle farming has found itself on the receiving end of lots of criticism over the years, and much of it

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-16-when-cows-are-raised-naturally-cattle-production-becomes-environmentally-friendly-and-sustainable.html

04/16/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Water, when contaminated, can sometimes cause disease — even death. This is what a small Eastern North Carolina community in

http://www.scientific.news/2018-04-16-chemical-contamination-discovered-water-supply-north-carolina-military-base.html

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