Recently, a 30-thousand-year-old giant virus has been discovered and revived from the Siberian permafrost. This discovery was made by a group of scientists in France, who thawed the virus and discovered the virus that it had once existed during the time of Neanderthals. This virus is called a Pithovirus sibericum […]Read more ›
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A recently published study in Psychopharmacology, an international peer-reviewed journal covering how drugs affect behavior, investigated whether or not cannabis use significantly affected a person’s ability to drive safely. As the number of states legalizing the use of marijuana increases, the number of people driving under the influence of marijuana […]Read more ›
A recent study published in Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, investigated whether or not receiving the HPV vaccination promotes risky sexual activity among adolescent women. Despite common misconceptions, the study found no link between riskier sexual behavior and the HPV vaccination. HPV, the Human Papilloma […]Read more ›
White privilege, often unacknowledged or ignored, represents benefits or privileges from society experienced by people classified as White, versus those who are not. Common examples of white privilege include the ability to walk into a grocery store without getting followed in fear that they might commit theft, or the ability […]Read more ›
The Tapeworm Diet: Voluntarily ingest the parasite, thereby sharing the calories you consume with the tapeworm. Or perhaps the grapefruit die, where one consumes only grapefruits for an extended period of time. These are only two examples of fad diets that are clearly detrimental to one’s health, yet are actually […]Read more ›
We are always taught in health class to avoid cheap fast food from places like McDonald’s, learning of the potential damage it can do to one’s body. We are taught of the toxins used in their food as we are forced to endure the 100 minutes of Super Size Me, […]Read more ›