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  1. Recovery Choices Shape Future Climate

    University of Leeds
    August 7 2020

    A post-lockdown economic recovery plan that incorporates and emphasises climate-friendly choices could help significantly in the battle against global warming,...
  2. A Titanate Nanowire Mask That Can Reduce Pathogens

    Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
    August 7 2020

    As part of attempts to curtail the Covid-19 pandemic, paper masks are increasingly being made mandatory. Their relative effectiveness is no...
  3. Vitamin D Twice A Day Keeps Vertigo Away

    American Academy Of Neurology
    August 5 2020

    Taking vitamin D and calcium twice a day may reduce your chances of getting vertigo again, according to a study published in the August...
  4. Does Vinegar Kill Weeds For Good And How Do I Properly Use It?

    Candace Osmond
    No date

    Every gardener knows the struggle of trying to keep gardens weed free. There are so many chemical weed killers and toxic-smelling concoctions that you can use to pour...
  5. Re: Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Risk Of Depression Or Mood Changes

    I would love to know what they actually teach them! Probably the latest government recommended diet plan - they are still recommending low fat.
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    How Should I Clean My Cloth Mask?

    Brett Mitchell & Philip Russo
    August 6 2020

    Face coverings, such as cloth masks, are mandatory for all Victorians and are being recommended for public use in some other parts of the country.
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    Re: Showering daily — is it necessary?

    James Hamblin kicks off“Clean: The New Science of Skin” with a confession: He virtually stopped showering years ago. Hamblin, a physician and staff writer for The Atlantic, still sprinkles water on...
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    Re: We Pay A Tax To Produce Clean Energy

    The government (any government) should loan money to piggeries to do this everywhere, it solves several problems at once. Brilliant idea!
  9. Re: Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Risk Of Depression Or Mood Changes

    At a follow up appointment, I told the surgeon who did my hip replacement (nearly 3 years ago) I was taking K2, and he said " the blood-clotting vitamin?" He had no idea. Also mentioned it at a...
  10. Re: Endogenous Deficiency of Glutathione as Most Likely Cause of... Death in COVID-19

    I have been taking 1.5 mg every day for a few years, so that's good to know. Though I can't remember how long it's been since we had a person to person infection in my state, it's been so long. Any...
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    We Pay A Tax To Produce Clean Energy

    Bianca Nogrady
    August 6 2020

    Laurie Brosnan is frustrated. “We pay a tax to produce clean energy,” says the pig farmer from Biloela in central Queensland
    In the past five years, his company,...
  12. You Must Not 'Do Your Own Research' When It ComesTo Science

    Ethan Seigel
    July 30 2020

    “Research both sides and make up your own mind.” It’s simple, straightforward, common sense advice. And when it comes to issues like vaccinations, climate change, and...
  13. Covid-19 Outbreak At A Kids Summer Camp May Be Stark Warning

    For some odd reason I can't C+ P this article. No problem with other articles. Sorry!

    Read more: ...
  14. Re: Eli Lilly Is Testing A Way To Prevent Covid-19 That Isn't A Vaccine

    Why is that?
  15. Vitamin D Does Not Reduce Risk Of Depression Or Mood Changes

    Dr Ananya Mandal
    August 5 2020

    Vitamin D has been found to benefit health in various ways. As a consequence, this "sunshine" vitamin has been used as a supplement in several health conditions....
  16. Eli Lilly Is Testing A Way To Prevent Covid-19 That Isn't A Vaccine

    Renaldo Regalado
    August 3 2020

    Nurses and patients in some US assisted living facilities will receive an antibody drug to prevent covid-19 infection, according to drug company Eli Lilly.
  17. Doubt Cast On Wisdom Of Targeting 'Bad' Cholesterol To Curb Heart Disease Risk

    August 3 2020

    Setting targets for 'bad' (LDL) cholesterol levels to ward off heart disease and death in those at risk might seem intuitive, but decades of research have failed to show any ...
  18. Re: Spreading Rock Dust On Fields Could Remove Vast Amounts Of CO2 From Air

    scilover, in case I gave you the wrong idea, this doesn't displace other fertilisers, eg, there is no nitrogen in rock dust. It's in addition to the compost, manure etc you might normally use.
  19. Re: Spreading Rock Dust On Fields Could Remove Vast Amounts Of CO2 From Air

    Try a simple experiment. Put some quick growing plants in two pots, one with and one without rock dust. I have seen photos of this and there really is a difference. Fun to do!
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    Re: Tip For Peeling Garlic

    grulla, I'm sure it's been mentioned before, but crushing a clove with the flat of a knife makes it very easy to peel.
  21. Anti-Oxidant Rich Powders From Blueberry, Persimmon Waste Could Be Good For Gut

    American Chemical Society
    July 22 2020

    Feeding the world's growing population in a sustainable way is no easy task. That's why scientists are exploring options for transforming fruit and...
  22. These Dogs Are Trained To Sniff Out The Corona Virus: Most Have A 100% Success Rate

    Susan Hazel & Anne-Lise Chaber
    August 5 2020

    What does a pandemic smell like? If dogs could talk, they might be able to tell us. We’re part of an international research team, led by Dominique...
  23. Many Doctors Have Colleagues They Wouldn't Want To Treat Their Own Family

    Ranjana Srivastava
    August 5 2020

    Those in the know can at least sidestep the problem of the unprofessional or unsafe doctor, but our patients can’t

    "It’s been difficult,” a colleague grimaced...
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    Re: The Mask Slackers Of 1918

    It seems to be embedded in the culture. But some in Australia are starting to resist too, mostly those into a second lockdown. Disappointing.
  25. Re: Syrian Seeds Could Save US Wheat From Climate Menace

    My poor old computer is in its last gasp, but Guardian articles always come up with no problem. I too contribute to it, I see it as a reliable news source.

    I watched a TV programme several years...
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