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Kale and Other Leafy Vegetables May Make Your Brain Seem 11 Years Younger
Health & Wellness  (tags: kale, leafy vegeetables, brain, younger, consumers of veggies, diet, health, food, humans, interesting, protection, research )

Lone
- 1 day ago - latimes.com
After almost five years, regular consumers of such veggies as kale, spinach, collard greens and lettuce enjoyed a mental edge that was the equivalent of 11 years in age.
Live Science: Bottom of Ocean Is Sinking.
Science & Tech  (tags: oceanography, climate, computers, discovery, health, history, humans, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 11 days ago - livescience.com
The bottom of the ocean is more of a "sunken place" than it used to be. In recent decades, melting ice sheets and glaciers driven by climate change are swelling Earth's oceans. the weight of the additional liquid is pressing down on the seafloor.
10 Top Conservation Tech Innovations From 2017
Science & Tech  (tags: conservation, technology, research, environment )

Nita
- 12 days ago - news.mongabay.com
The increased portability and reduced cost of data collection and synthesis tools have transformed how we research and conserve the natural world.
Can My Pet Get Depressed?
Health & Wellness  (tags: dogs, pets, cats, depressed, pet behavioral experts, upsetting situations, life-changing events, moving, illness, research, society, treatment )

Lone
- 12 days ago - beachesvet.com
Pet behavioral experts believe that animals probably do suffer from depression when they face upsetting situations. Symptoms of depression often occur after a life-changing event, such as a move to a new home
With Science Under Siege in 2017, Scientists Regrouped and Fought Back: 5 Essential Reads
Science & Tech  (tags: science, knowledge, facts, truth, research, propaganda, fake news )

Freya
- 14 days ago - ecowatch.com
2017 may well be remembered as the year of alternative facts and fake news. Truth took a hit, and experts seemed to lose the public's trust.
Want Self-Healing Robots and Tires? Elastomers May Hold the Key
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, NewTechnology, Gizmos, research )

Glenn
- 17 days ago - singularityhub.com
Research into self-healing materials holds promise for many applications, from robotic skin to tires that heal themselves while you drive.
Plastic Found in Mussels From Arctic to China âEUR" Enters Human Food
Health & Wellness  (tags: plastic, mussels, arctic, china, human food, ocean pollution, dinner plates, diet, food, health, research, warning )

Lone
- 19 days ago - japantimes.co.jp
OSLO âEUR" Tiny bits of plastic are contaminating mussels from the European Arctic to China in a sign that the global spread of ocean pollution can end up on peopleâEUR(TM)s dinner plates.
Trump's Administration's Seven Banned Words Are An Attack on Science
Science & Tech  (tags: verbiage, censorship, Trump regime, research, climate change, sexuality )

Freya
- 28 days ago - cnn.com
This goes far beyond an attack on lexicon or word-choice. A ban on words not only creates barriers for scientists who need to communicate, but also breaks public trust in the areas they are meant to investigate and research.
Ticks Fed on Dinosaurs -Here's Proof!
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, archaeology, research )

John
- 34 days ago - researchgate.net
Trapped in 100-million-year-old amber, the fossils are the first ever evidence linking ticks to a dinosaur host.
Shrews in Winter Shrink Their Skulls and Brains
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, research )

John
- 34 days ago - nytimes.com
Bad news, bears. Hibernation is no longer the coolest thing animals do to survive the winter. As cold weather approaches, tiny mole-like creatures known as red-toothed shrews will shrink their own heads, reducing their skull and brain mass!
Drinking Water On Empty Stomach
Health & Wellness  (tags: japan, water, empty stomach, scientific tests, diet, food, interesting, research, study )

Lone
- 40 days ago - bbncommunity.com
It is popular in Japan today to drink water immediately after waking up every morning. Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value. We publish below a description of use of water for our readers
 

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