11/22/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Whether or not you believe in global warming, you likely value freedom of speech. While most reasonable people would agree

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-22-scientific-truth-violates-editorial-guidelines-on-accuracy-at-the-bbc-where-they-apologized-for-allowing-climate-change-skeptic-to-debunk-global-warming.html

11/22/2017 / By Zoey Sky

When you first hear the word “bacteria,” your reaction might be one of disgust. The word brings to mind sickness

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-22-autoimmune-disease-and-gut-health-new-study-reveals-how-your-microbiome-regulates-inflammation.html

11/22/2017 / By Russel Davis

As the western diet continues to demand vast amounts of land and water for production, a team of researchers at the Tufts

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-22-how-about-a-nutrition-burger-microalgae-could-be-the-next-sustainable-health-food-according-to-new-study.html

11/21/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Reversing climate change seems to be the celebrity cause du jour, and there are many people who feel that significant

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-21-human-efforts-to-reverse-climate-change-could-destroy-the-planet-in-catastrophic-backfire-scientists-warn.html

11/21/2017 / By Vicki Batts

Could mosquitoes be the next insect to fall prey to modern science? Researchers from the University of California at Riverside

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-21-frankinsects-scientists-have-edited-a-yellow-wingless-mosquito-with-three-eyes-as-a-pest-control-strategy.html

11/21/2017 / By Rita Winters

Scientists are awesome. They provide solutions to environmental problems, find new discoveries, and have even thought of developing clothing that adapts

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-21-custom-clothes-could-soon-have-a-new-meaning-climate-control-technology-for-your-threads-coming-soon.html

11/21/2017 / By Rita Winters

Recent studies on the mammalian eye shed light on why some people have excessive light sensitivity. These new discoveries may

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-21-research-into-light-sensitivity-shows-how-the-human-eye-responds-to-invisible-light-impacting-several-important-biological-functions.html

11/20/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

When you live an unhealthy lifestyle, you might think that you’re only hurting yourself, but the truth is that you

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-scientific-proof-todays-poisons-will-pollute-the-gene-pool-until-the-year-2300.html

11/20/2017 / By Rita Winters

Facebook has been around for more than a decade now and more than 100 million people worldwide actively use the

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-how-social-media-is-socially-stunting-our-society-an-anthropologist-and-acclaimed-journalist-shares-warnings.html

11/20/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

The brain works at its finest when it is well rested. Therefore, having the right amount of sleep a day,

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-researchers-discover-sufficient-sleep-brain-performance.html

11/20/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

The most common lifestyle risk factors of heart diseases and stroke are unhealthy diet, lack of physical activity, tobacco smoke,

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-the-health-of-your-gut-microbiome-could-predict-your-risk-of-heart-disease-researchers-find.html

11/20/2017 / By Janine Acero

What do fear and excitement have in common? Experts reveal, in an article by the Daily Mail, that the “fight-or-flight”

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-scientists-explore-why-fear-is-fun-for-some-the-flight-or-fright-chemicals-are-also-present-in-happiness.html

11/20/2017 / By Zoey Sky

While other people prefer to start their day with a relaxing hot shower, some opt for the more extreme cold

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-improve-circulation-and-productivity-with-a-cold-shower-study-finds-it-provides-an-energy-boost-similar-to-coffee-resulting-in-fewer-days-off-work.html

11/20/2017 / By Zoey Sky

Have you ever wondered what drives people to take certain risks, such as going bungee jumping or risking a financial

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-20-whats-your-risk-taking-iq-research-suggests-how-much-risk-were-willing-to-take-is-pre-wired.html

11/19/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Geoengineering, also known as climate engineering, is exactly what it sounds like. This engineering involves using technology to manipulate the

http://www.scientific.news/2017-11-19-risks-geoengineering-artificial-intervention-global-warming.html

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