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What is String Theory?

What is String Theory?

Physics has a problem. You see, there is Einsteins General Theory of Relativity, and then there is Quantum Mechanics. These two views dont really work and play well together. Without getting overly and densely theoretical, it is necessary to understand that physicists...

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The Importance of Phosphorus in the Human Body

The Importance of Phosphorus in the Human Body

Phosphorus is a mineral that, although it is mainly found in teeth and bones, is also found in all body cells, being the second most abundant mineral in our body. This is one of the minerals that the body needs to perform various functions that allow it to maintain...

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William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin

William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin

Sir William Thomson or as many knew him, “Lord Kelvin,” was a mathematician, engineer, and physicist who lived in Scotland, United Kingdom. His thoughts and life greatly influenced the scientific world of the 19th century. Thanks to him, we know the absolute...

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James Clerk Maxwell Changed the World

James Clerk Maxwell Changed the World

James Clerk Maxwell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1831 to a wealthy and well-connected family. His parents were John Clerk Maxwell and Frances Cay. From his early life, it was clear that he was extremely intelligent. Even as a very young child, he was interested...

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The Life and Work of René Descartes

The Life and Work of René Descartes

René Descartes was, above all, a pioneer. With certain precautions, he managed to open a path for the advancement of rational thought. For the religious and the scholastics, his theses were nothing short of subversive. Who was René Descartes?   René Descartes is...

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George Francis FitzGerald

George Francis FitzGerald

George Francis FitzGerald is remembered for his contributions to the world of physics. He is one of the foremost Irish scientific academics. His role in the history of Trinity College Dublin and his pioneering advocacy for education reform inspired generations of...

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GABA and the Role It Plays In Our Body

GABA and the Role It Plays In Our Body

One of the most important neurotransmitters for the human body is called gamma-aminobutyric acid or GABA. It is a neurotransmitter widely distributed in the neurons of the cerebral cortex, as gamma-aminobutyric acid is a type of substance used by the neurons of the...

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Four Things Vitamin A is Good For

Four Things Vitamin A is Good For

Vitamin A which is also known as retinol, because it is retinoic acid, is an essential nutrient for the body’s health, mainly to have good eyesight. Vitamin a is good for growth, cell division, the heart, lungs, the kidneys, among other functions that make it...

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Four Quantum Physics Experiments You Can Do At Home

Four Quantum Physics Experiments You Can Do At Home

Science can be fun, and proof of that is the many experiments that can be done from home with friends and with the little ones to learn a little about quantum physics. Children love experimenting and here we will show you four quantum physics experiments you can do at...

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Following The Slimming World Diet Plan

Following The Slimming World Diet Plan

Slimming World is a commercial weight management organization, which in 2009 had more than 5,500 support groups, gaining between 250,000 to 300,000 followers per month. Besides that, they have good scientific support that backs it up. It was created by London born...

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Fluoride – Arguments For and Against It In Our Water

Fluoride – Arguments For and Against It In Our Water

The debate on the desirability of adding fluoride to public drinking water is at least six decades old and far from settled. Today it has been revived – perhaps due to social networks, where environmental organizations insistently spread their rejections and...

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Five Science Experiments to do at Home with Kids

Five Science Experiments to do at Home with Kids

Are you looking for some educational but fun ways to spend an afternoon at home with the kids? Spending time together is so important, and it is easy to make it educational too. Children love science experiments, from the thrill of the unexpected to the challenge of...

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Five Science Experiments for Teenagers to Do at Home

Five Science Experiments for Teenagers to Do at Home

Science is full of curiosities and fascinating chemical reactions capable of surprising children and adults, and yet this subject is usually one of the hardest for schoolchildren to understand. Performing science experiments for teenagers is an ideal way to awaken an...

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Erwin Schrödinger – His Life and Work

Erwin Schrödinger – His Life and Work

Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander Schrödinger was a physicist who had a significant influence on the world of science. He is famous for his invention of wave mechanics, as well as the Schrödinger equation (which, as the name suggests, he invented) and which was...

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Ernest Rutherford: The Life of a Genius

Ernest Rutherford: The Life of a Genius

Ernest Rutherford was born in New Zealand on August 30, 1871. He had a Scottish father and a British mother. His excellent academic results allowed him to continue his studies and research for five years at university. He graduated from Christchurch and, shortly after...

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Ways of Healing Chakras with Music

When chakras become unbalanced or blocked, there are many ways in which they can be rebalanced and unblocked to allow healing to take place. Healing chakras with music is one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling ways to do this. When one or more of your chakras are...

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The Location and Functions of the Third Eye Chakra

The third eye chakra, or Ajna, is the sixth chakra in the human body and is found in the forehead, between the eyes. This chakra is located beside the physical eyes and called the third eye because it is so closely associated with how you view the world and your...

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Using Tiger’s Eye for the Solar Plexus Chakra

Tigers eye is a beautiful glowing yellow, orange, and brown stone with a fascinating history of usage. Ancient Roman warriors used this powerful stone to protect them and give them power as they fought in battles. In other ancient civilizations, it became associated...

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What is an Aura and What does Each Color Mean?

In basic terms, the aura is a luminous energy or electromagnetic field that surrounds all living things in an oval shape and is imperceptible to the naked eye. The aura is the combination of the etheric, emotional, and physical body, as well as the information of our...

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What are Chakras and Chakra Balancing?

A Brief History of Chakra Knowledge The origins of the Chakra, Cakra System or Chakra Balancing knowledge may be traced back to India, first appearing in texts called the Vedas between 1500 and 500 BC. One also finds the chakras referenced in other ancient texts in...

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What Does the Crown Chakra Do?

The crown chakra is one that many people will have heard of, even if they dont know much about energy centers, or chakras as they are known. Even the title sounds important – it evokes images of crowns, thrones, kings, and queens. The title is well deserved, because...

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How to Cleanse Your Chakras

By learning how to cleanse your chakras we clear away any blockages and allow the energy to flow in a positive healthy way. Blockages in the chakras stop the flow of the life energy and cause problems in the physical body and the emotional life. Why Learn How to...

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The Tree of Life

As long as humans have been able to communicate, we have woven stories that give meaning to everything from the nature and beginnings of existence to reasons for natural phenomena.  Humankind has always endeavored to understand what is not ostensibly clear.  We are a...

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The Sacral Chakra

The Sacral  is the 2nd chakra, and it is found in the lower abdomen. If you place your hand on the lower part of your belly just below your navel or on your lower back in the lumbar spine, this is the area where the sacral chakra resides. It extends into the pelvic...

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What is the Root Chakra?

Think about the idea of being rooted in something and you think of strength and security. Like a tree with strong roots can nourish itself as it grows and also withstand the unexpected storm. When we go back to our roots we return to a place of safety and comfort,...

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The Solar Plexus Chakra

The Manipura, or Solar Plexus Chakra, is located just above the navel. If you place your hand on your belly a couple of inches above your belly button, that is where this chakra resides. The color yellow and the element of fire are associated with this energy center....

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Using Carnelian for the Sacral Chakra

Carnelian is a beautiful stone, and it also has a lot of very special lore attached to its history. Since ancient times, it has been important to human communities and was once believed to have the power to protect the dead as they made their journeys to the...

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The Heart Chakra

The fourth chakra is the Heart Chakra, often called the Anahata. This chakra is not located where the physical heart is found, but rather in the chest’s very center. The chakras run centrally along the body. We often refer to our hearts in everyday life. We say things...

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What does the Throat Chakra Do?

The Throat Chakra, or Vishuddha as it is named in Hindu, is the fifth chakra. It is located in the throat, as you might expect. If you place your hand in the center of your neck, over your throat, this is where the fifth chakra is found. Communication and expression...

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The Science of Using Crystals for Healing

Humans have been using crystals for healing since time immemorial. The practice of using gemstones is believed to go back to the time of the ancient civilizations of the Egyptians and the Sumerians in Mesopotamia. Ancient peoples are believed to have used these...

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Dutch Elm Disease and How It Spreads

The elm tree has been a fundamental part of forests across the world for millions of years, and yet in recent years, much of the elm population has been lost due to disease. In recent years, there has been lots of publicity in regards to the damage caused by Dutch elm...

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Dr. Masaru Emoto’s Rice Experiment

Modernity has given us endless streams of input. We are constantly bombarded with messages telling us; what to buy, what to think, what you should eat, what you should wear, and how to behave. For the most part, these messages are not so much in our best interest as...

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Dog Skin Allergies – Signs and Symptoms

Allergy is defined as an abnormal body reaction through specific antibodies because it responds exaggeratedly when it comes into contact with a substance from the outside, that other individuals do not normally react to and which should normally be tolerated. These...

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What Are Parkinson’s Symptoms?

What are the first symptoms of Parkinson’s disease is perhaps one of the most frequently asked questions in the consultations of neurologists, Parkinson’s specialists, and family physicians. The fact is that the way this disease manifests itself is so complex and...

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The History of the Spanish Flu

Diseases can be endemic, escalate to an epidemic, or, in extreme cases, a pandemic. Endemics usually appear at a certain time of the year in a specific place. Epidemics experience an increase in the number of infected at a specific time, and pandemics are epidemics of...

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The Swine Flu Pandemic

In 2009, a new form of influenza was identified. The disease spread across the world. The swine flu pandemic lasted for less than two years, but it was a very worrying time both for epidemiologists and for the general public. The World Health Organization declared a...

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What is Bird Flu, also Known as Avian Flu?

With so much talk of influenza, coronaviruses, and the potential for a pandemic, 2020 has been a year when panic and misinformation has spread just as fast as any virus. People have been drawn to compare different diseases to the threat of Covid19, and some of the...

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The Importance of Popular Science

Popular science is defined as multidisciplinary work, the aim of which is to communicate scientific knowledge, using a variety of media, to a variety of voluntary audiences by recreating that knowledge faithfully and contextualizing it to make it accessible. It is the...

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Rice Bacterial Blight – Causes, Affect and Control

Rice is the main food crop produced for half of the world’s population. This species is affected by phytopathological problems that often limit its production. Rice bacterial blight of the panicle has been considered to be the second most important disease of this...

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Does Intermittent Fasting Work For Weight Loss?

Intermittent fasting has been a very popular way to lose weight in recent years. The popularity of this weight loss plan is partly down to its simplicity. Instead of focusing on what foods you eat, the focus is on when you eat. By dividing your time into periods of...

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The History of Electricity

In the 21st century, getting the idea of living without electricity is unthinkable; it has become indispensable in our lives, and only in moments of blackouts or power cuts do we become aware of the need for electricity in our lives. That is why electricity is not...

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The Types of Phlegm and its Causes

Surely at some point in your life, you have suffered a dry cough or phlegm, either due to illness or other factors. A cough with phlegm has different causes, but it is possible to give an approximation of what is happening by its color or texture. There are many types...

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How to Avoid Catching a Cold

The common cold is a fact of modern life. It is disruptive and irritating, but thankfully a mild condition that famously cannot be cured. We simply have to give it time to pass and treat the unpleasant symptoms. However, experts do know how the cold spreads, and so...

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Viral Conjunctivitis – What it is and How to Treat it

Viral conjunctivitis is a condition in the eyes that causes inflammation in an area called the conjunctiva. The conjunctiva is the layer of tissue that covers the white of the eye and also the eyelid. This type of condition is also called “acute conjunctivitis” or...

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What are the Differences Between Viruses and Bacteria?

Bacteria and viruses can cause many common infections, but what are the differences between viruses and bacteria? Bacteria are small organisms that are made up of a single cell. They are very diverse and can have a great variety of shapes and structural...

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How do viruses reproduce?

Viruses are protein structures with chains of nucleic acids inside either DNA or RNA, among others. There is still much debate in the scientific world about whether they are life forms or not, since they have existed practically since the beginning of the cell, and...

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The Eight Different Types of Eczema

The word eczema is used for a group of dermatological conditions characterized by inflammatory lesions, dryness, redness, intense itching, rash, scabs, and pimples on the skin. Eight types of eczema can be classified, and that we will see later. Although these...

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What is Molluscum Contagiosum Virus?

Despite its striking name, molluscum contagiosum is nothing more than a skin infection that, like warts, is caused by viruses. It is a benign and self-limited condition in time; that is, it finally disappears on its own. It is more frequent in kids than in grown-ups....

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The Ornish Diet

The Ornish Diet plan was created by the founder of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, Dr. Dean Ornish. It has been a popular diet, which makes no dangerous demands of followers, and if followed correctly would deliver a wide range of important nutrition. The...

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Sweet Chestnut Blight – What It Is and How to Treat It

Infectious disease in trees is a worrying problem. If a disease spreads quickly from one tree to another, it can be difficult or even impossible to stop the spread, and this can have truly disastrous results for forests and woodlands. Historically, the sweet chestnut...

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Mad Cow Disease – Causes And Symptoms

Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) or “mad cow disease” currently represents a real public health problem worldwide. Initially confined to the United Kingdom and overcoming the epidemiological measures put in place for its control, this disease has managed to...

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Obesity: The Causes and The Consequences

The accumulation of abnormal or excessive fat is known as obesity, and according to The World Health Organization (WHO), it can be harmful to health. Obesity is a chronic disease, with multifactorial origin, of high prevalence, which is associated with an increased...

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Psoriasis: What It Is and How It Is Treated

Psoriasis is a skin condition which is known as a chronic but non-contagious skin disease. It affects 1.5% of the general population. It can appear at any age, from shortly after birth to the final stages of life, but most often, it affects individuals between the...

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What Is Emphysema and What Causes It?

Emphysema is a chronic disease characterized by the destruction of the farthest part of the respiratory tree, the alveoli, the place where oxygen passes into the blood. As a consequence of this destruction, the amount of oxygen in the blood is reduced, and respiratory...

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Meningitis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Meningitis is a usually infectious disease caused by viruses or bacteria that lead to infection and inflammation of the meninges – membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. When only the meninges are infected, it is called meningitis. Sometimes the bacteria...

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How Does Hand Foot and Mouth Affect Humans?

You may have heard of foot and mouth disease in animals, but rest assured that hand, foot, and mouth disease in humans is completely unrelated! In fact, hand, foot, and mouth disease in humans is a very common childhood illness. It can present with very mild symptoms...

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Lung Cancer: Symptoms and Treatments

The lungs are the organs included in the respiratory system that is in charge of performing the respiratory function, that is, through the respiratory tract, they supply oxygen to the body and get rid of carbon dioxide – a waste product produced by the body’s cells....

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What is American Trypanosomiasis?

Chagas disease or American trypanosomiasis is a parasitic disease very common in rural areas of 21 Latin American countries (endemic countries). In recent years, due to the mobility of the Latin American population to other countries in the world, it has appeared in...

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Different Types of Light Energy

When energy is emitted in the form of light energy, it propagates at different wavelengths and frequencies, depending on the amount of energy being released. The entire range of wavelengths and frequencies at which this energy can be transferred is known as...

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Diabetes – Warning Signs and Symptoms

Diabetes mellitus is a public health problem, causing a major impact on morbidity and mortality due to chronic complications related to the lack of timely interventions to identify risk factors for the development of target organ damage. DM is the leading cause of...

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Crohn’s Disease – What you Need to Know

Crohns Disease is a condition that can vary a lot from patient to patient. There are a wide range of symptoms that can be experienced, and the condition can vary in terms of severity. This has meant that there is a lot of misunderstanding about what the condition is...

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Colonizing Mars and Interplanetary Service Providers

Mars is simply the next continent humans will settle, Bas Lansdorp Chief Executive of Mars One When Humans colonize Mars (and we will!), it would take a long time before we established a commerce system; things to do, services to partake in and products to buy....

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Clean Eating – 9 Ways to Make it Work

The phrase clean eating has become something of a buzz phrase lately. We associate it with a good diet and good health, but it isnt always clear what exactly it means! Lets take a look at this concept and how it can help you to control your weight, reclaim your...

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Citrus Canker and How to Control It

Diseases caused by bacteria seriously endanger our crops, causing symptoms in plants, that are not easy to control if they are not detected in time to apply specific solutions. Therefore, knowing the treatment of citrus canker is an essential requirement so that those...

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Charles Babbage – His Life and Contributions to Science

Charles Babbage (born December 26, 1791, England – died October 18, 1871) is an extremely prominent character in the universe of computing and informatics. His inventions were significant and had outstanding contributions to the world of science, such as the creation...

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Chakra Massage for Balance

When the chakras are balanced, the entire person thrives; the mind, body, and spirit are aligned, and balance is restored. One of the most effective and popular ways to restore balance and harmony is through chakra massage. Unlike other forms of massage, such as...

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Bose-Einstein Condensate

In physics, Bose-Einstein condensate is the state of matter that occurs in certain materials at temperatures near 0 K (absolute zero). The property that characterizes it is that a macroscopic amount of the particles of the material pass to the minimum energy level...

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Boron: What Is It and How Does Our Body Use It?

Boron is a mineral that is not mentioned much, but that exists in the environment and our body, especially to maintain healthy joints and help bones. However, it is still under discussion whether it is essential for humans. There are many forms that boron is found in...

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Blastomycosis – An Overview

Blastomycosis is an infection caused by inhaling a fungus called Blastomyces dermatitidis. This fungus is found in moist soils where there are decaying plants or wood. Blastomyces dermatitidis is found in the central and southeastern United States (the darkened area...

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Black Tourmalines Healing Properties for the Root Chakra

Here we will discuss Black Tourmalines healing properties for the Root Chakra. According to Hindu Tantrism, located at the bottom of your spine and holding the title of chief importance is the Root Chakra or Muladhara in Hindu and one of the seven chakras. Also known...

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Black Holes

Ask most any scientist or student of science and theyll tell you that the most strange and perhaps most violently destructive entity in the universe, Black Holes.  That said, trying to divorce black holes and quantum physics is problematic because so much of what is...

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Apple Scab and How To Treat It

Apple scab is one of the most grave diseases in the production of apples. It attacks the leaves, reducing the foliar area of the plant and resulting in lower yields. Most of the severe damage is caused by the fruit, producing crusts that affect its development and...

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Angiostrongylus – The Two Types Explained

Angiostrongyliasis is an emerging zoonosis, difficult to diagnose and prevent, caused by a nematode of the genus Angiostrongylus. The infective stage for humans is the third larval stage that develops in terrestrial gastropods. Transmission to man is by raw...

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All You Need to Know About Antimatter

In 1928, a young English physicist Paul Dirac (1902-1984), formulated a mathematical equation that combined Einstein’s principles of relativity with Niels Bohr’s postulates of quantum physics. This equation was considerably complicated. But when this mathematical...

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Alkaline Diet – How Does it Work?

The theory behind the alkaline diet is that diseases develop in an acidic environment (that is, with a low pH) and that; therefore, to prevent them, it is advisable to “alkalize” our body, that is, increase its pH. This alkaline diet maintains that we can achieve this...

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Alessandro Volta – His Life and Work

All battery models currently manufactured are based on the principle discovered by Alessandro Volta. The scientist invented the so-called Volta Battery, the forerunner of the electric battery. His work was crucial for the history of science since, for the first time,...

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African Trypanosomiasis

Sleeping sickness or African trypanosomiasis is a disease caused by the parasite Trypanosoma brucei. It is transmitted by the bite of the tsetse fly, an insect the size of a bee. Signs and symptoms are initially non-specific; however, the infection progresses to...

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Addiction to Social Media

Also known as non-chemical addiction or drug-free addiction. An addiction to social media is a repetitive behavior that is pleasant, at least in the first phases, and generates a loss of control in the subject. Mostly due to the type of relationship established with...

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Addiction to Prescription Medication

How does Addiction to Prescription Medication Happen? Addiction to prescription medication can happen due to intentional misuse of the drug, for example, where a person knows that a particular medication will give them the desired effects (such as sedating or giving a...

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Addiction to Food

Sometimes, when we are enjoying a particular food or go through a phase of returning to the same food over and over again, we say that we are ‘totally addicted to it.’ Have you ever been totally addicted to a new taste? Or an old, comforting food? Have you ever felt...

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Addiction Rehab Quotes

For many people experiencing a struggle with addiction, one of the most difficult things about the process of recovery is feeling misunderstood. Many recovering addicts feel isolated because they are going through a very unique situation that the people around them...

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What are the Benefits of Detoxing?

We all know the effects of a poor diet, too much alcohol or too many late nights. In fact, the modern lifestyle can have a real toll on your health and wellbeing. One of the ways you can combat this is by detoxing. Lets take a look at the benefits of detoxing and how...

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Is Food Addiction a Thing?

Being overweight is one of the main risk factors for some of the most common health issues and diseases that face us in the modern world. We all know that healthy eating and exercise are key to maintaining a healthy weight and yet the world is facing an obesity...

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Top 10 Strangest Addictions Ever

The American Psychiatric Association tells us that addiction is a complex condition, a brain disease that is manifested by compulsive substance use despite harmful consequences. People with addiction¦ have an intense focus on using a certain substance(s)¦ to the point...

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Louis Pasteur – His Life and Work

Louis Pasteur is one of the best-known scientists, his legacy of important discoveries and inventions forever securing his place among the most important scientists of all time. As a chemist and microbiologist, Louis Pasteur made groundbreaking scientific discoveries...

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Vasopressin – Characteristics And Functions

Hormones are chemical compounds which, when released by endocrine glands into the blood or nervous system of living beings, exert modulating effects on functions of other cells and body structures. One of the most well-known and important human hormones is the...

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The Josephson Junction and How It Works

A Josephson Junction is an effect that occurs by putting two superconducting materials between a thin layer of non-superconducting material (insulator). They are named after Brian Josephson, the person who discovered them. In the 1960s, he wrote about this phenomenon...

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Understanding Super-bugs

Super-bugs, although the term sounds novel, are microorganisms that have always been with us, are in the community, but have a peculiarity, and that is that they are capable of surviving antibiotics. They are those microorganisms that are resistant to a wide variety...

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The Psychology of Addictive Behaviors

Addiction is a serious issue facing every part of society. No group of people is immune from the dangers of addictive behavior; it affects the young and the old, the wealthy and the less wealthy. We may think of addicts who are disadvantaged, who have challenging...

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What Are the Signs of Alcohol Addiction?

While many people enjoy alcohol responsibly, many others have a difficult relationship with it. Alcoholism is a huge public health issue, but on an individual level it is responsible for serious physical and mental health problems as well as family and relationship...

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How to Digital Detox

How often do you spend using whatever digital device you are reading this on? How about other devices? The amount of time we spend with a smartphone in our hands or looking at a computer screen, tablet or television is at an all-time high. The way we work, learn and...

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Is Addiction to Gambling Real?

When thinking of addictions, we more often think about addictions to substances such as drugs or alcohol. In fact, people are often suspicious of the validity of addictions that don’t feature an actual substance. So, when a person does a certain thing (rather than...

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Investigating Addiction: Are Addictions Genetic?

There is a lot of confusion around addiction and why it happens. People often ask are addictions genetic in nature, or are they choices people make? A good understanding of addiction and how it is caused is essential for two reasons. Firstly, it opens up new options...

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Nomophobia: The New Age Disease

Can’t spend a minute without looking at your mobile? The first thing you do when you wake up is to check your social networks? Are you with your family but you do not speak because each one of you has their mobile? Well, you may have nomophobia. What is Nomophobia?...

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Understanding Planck’s Constant and Its Importance

Planck’s constant is a constant used in the field of physics to be able to describe the quantifiable phenomena that take place with particles. In today’s article, we will dedicate ourselves to an explanatory tour about this law in the world of physics. What Is It?...

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Dmitri Mendeleev – His Life and Career

Born in Verkhnie Aremzyani, Siberia in 1834, the child who would later become known as Dmitri Mendeleev was born into the family of Ivan Pavlovich Mendeleev, who was a teacher and headmaster of two local schools. His mother, Maria Kornilieva, was from a family of...

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10 Signs of the Spiritual Awakening

Talking about spiritual awakening in a time as hard as the one we are living in may seem unreal; however, this awakening is still given in people. Many others resist because they feel excluded or they feel they do not fit in. Experiencing a spiritual awakening does...

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10 of the Greatest Scientific Discoveries of All Time

There have been hundreds of discoveries in the history of medicine, but among all of them, a few have marked a before and after in the history of mankind. We review 10 of the greatest scientific discoveries of all time.   Penicillin Penicillin is one of the...

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Bending Reality with the Power of Intention

How much of what we believe and intend translate into actions?  Some would argue that intent and the belief behind intent are far more important when assessing actions, than even the action, itself.  After all, what we intend to create by an action reveals our...

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Anti-Inflammatory Diet and Weight Loss

The foods we eat can impact the level of inflammation in the body. Some foods dampen inflammation, and others may worsen inflammation. Some people use an anti-inflammatory diet to support their health and help to ease the symptoms of certain health conditions. Heavily...

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7 Amazing Health Benefits of Cherries

Cherries are a small dark red fruit, beloved for their flavor and versatility. They can be deliciously sweet (great to eat raw) or tart (great for cooking). The cherry is a drupe, which is the proper name for fruits containing a stone, and there are many varieties,...

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