Many people believe that Africanized Honey Bees are incredibly dangerous. This is actually quite untrue. These bees are a mix of two different breeds of bees, one of them being European bees. These bees are spreading into different parts of the United States, and there are ways to prevent it. There are specific things that … Continue reading Killer Bees Aren’t As Dangerous as Thought
My topic that I chose for my blog is hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is a common disease about two to three percent of the United States population has it. People that have this disease have sub-clinical or mild cases of hypothyroidism are included too. Hypothyroidism is known to affect ten to twenty percent of women of or … Continue reading Hypothyroidism
I am interested in this topic because of the thought that I used to have about it. I used to think that it was impossible that a human could do such things. Until I heard about a sheep named Dolly that was born on the 5th July, 1996 http://go.grolier.com/and died at age six on the … Continue reading Cloning
A concussion is a head injury that is caused after you have taken a blow to the head. A concussion is something that really affects your life after you have had one. After you have a concussion they come much easier after. If have taken a blow to the head there are some things … Continue reading How Do Concussions affect your life After You Have Had One?
When I think about a snow leopard I think: pretty, cute and a big cat. But little did I know that there are more to snow leopards than that. Trying to pick a topic was hard but I finally found something that I was interested in and wanted to know more about: snow leopards and … Continue reading Snow Leopards
What are water bears? What do they do? Water bears are microorganisms that can survive in extreme environments. Their looks are not typical of creatures that small. They have eight legs and their looks resemble that of a manatee. They change from species to species. Their colors include gray, and hints of blue, yellowish-red, red, … Continue reading The Invincible Water Bear
August 6th 1945 “Little Boy,” a nuclear warhead developed in the Manhattan project, was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The bomb had one objective… to kill. The initial 80,000 people that were closest to the center of impact were the lucky ones. It was a flash to them and then death. A more … Continue reading Radiation Sickness
Is it better to run for endurance, or to do quick short bursts of speed? Science says that it is better to do short quick bursts for better health. It can protect your brain from silent strokes, it can make you age slower, and can prevent cardiovascular disease, and can even improve your memory. Studies show … Continue reading Jogging a Marathon or Sprinting a Minute?