MIND and Mediterranean Diets are Associated with Fewer Alzheimer’s Plaques and Tangles
Eating leafy greens, nuts, and fish, among other food items typical of the Mediterranean Diet, was found to be associated in elderly brains with fewer plaques thought to cause Alzheimer’s. It is believed that the disease is caused by a build-up of tau proteins called amyloid-beta, which block neuron connections. Scientists at the American Academy […]
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‘The Last of Us’ is fiction, but these deadly fungus threats are real — and climate change could mean more of them – Yahoo News
(Photo illustration: Kelli R. Grant/Yahoo News; photos: HBO MAX, Kateryna Kon/Science Photo Library/Getty Images) The HBO series “The Last of Us,” inspired by the video game of the same name, has captured many people’s imaginations, by proposing the possibility of…
With The Science Of Covid In Tatters, It’s Time To Examine The Climate Religion
With the demolition of the “expert” views on COVID — mask mandates are useless; vaccines fail to stop transmission; the virus most likely came from that Wuhan lab — it’s time to take a very hard look at another major…
Video Games Are not Associated with Harming Preteen Brains, According to a New Study
Showing that scientific work so often disproves intuitive rationalization, a recent study found that video games are not damaging childrenâs brains, but also that games aimed at helping children build healthy brain skills donât actually work either. Researchers from the University of Houston claimed that despite parentsâ widespread fear, even spending 4.5 hours on a […]
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Will brain changes in fighter pilots help astronauts?
Researchers in Belgium showed how brain changes in fighter pilots can help astronauts cope with the effects of space travel.
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Teddy bear on Mars sweeping social media
The HiRISE camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured an image of a teddy bear on Mars that is sweeping social media.
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In the global race to dominate green technology, Britain is still tying its shoelaces
The United States is out of the blocks. The European Union is hurrying along the track. China is competing too. Here in dear old blighty, we are not even at the starting line. While others are dashing towards the horizon,…
The global climate change suicide pact
by Andrew Glikson Despite of deceptively-claimed mitigation of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in parts of the world, ongoing burning of domestic and exported fossil fuels world-wide continues to change the composition of the atmosphere, enriching it in greenhouse gases by…
The Brains of Lost Fish Help Them Find Their Way Home, Reveals a Unique Study
Lost fish find their way home thanks to how their brains are wired, according to new research. The neuronal circuit evolved up to half a billion years agoâand could have been passed onto humans. It enables our slippery ancestors to get back on course, even after being swept away by fast flowing currents. The discovery […]
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Letter to the editor: It’s climate change, not global warming – The Winchester Star
Mr. Dick Wiltshire is, sadly, not alone in his skepticism about “global warming” that he expressed in his Dec. 29 letter to the editor. The term appeared for the first time on Aug. 8, 1975, in the journal Science, in…