Exercise is an easy way to keep health hearts. Exercise is key in a healthy diet, and I am writing about how Exercising affects the heart and the process of it. I got the idea because a member in my family has suffered two heart attacks in their life, and after their high school years, … Continue reading Exercise Effects on the Heart
“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” ― Benjamin Franklin Do you remember back in first grade when you learned to add for the first time? You had information that you could use. You did not have to depend on other people for help with adding. … Continue reading The Ability to Learn
Scientists have been researching life on planets other than Earth for a very long time. The first lunar landing led to a disappointing discovery of no life. Now, scientists are second guessing themselves with this discovery. Thirty years after landing on Earth’s moon, scientists are taking a second look at the sixty-five others in … Continue reading Life On Europa, Nonfiction?
This blog talks about the governor of Idaho wanting to get rid of the wolves. This could be a problem if we get rid of all of them. According to the article of” Wolf Depredation Trends” by Musiani,M when wolf populations dip it can allow other animals like elk to become over populated. The elk … Continue reading The existance of the wolf.
Most people think that video games are bad for you, but in reality video is just another way to learn or improve skills. It’s just like problem solving by making the gamers think of hypotheses. Then if it doesn’t work make a new one which makes you have fun, while learning because it’s a goal … Continue reading Video games: you’ll learn something
When I was working, I always had an energy drink after work. I came home one day and my mom told me that all energy drinks are bad for you, so I started thinking. Can energy drinks also affect the brain? That’s how I got interested in this topic! From all that I have herd. … Continue reading Energy Drinks effect on the brain
According to the National Cancer Institute, Glioblastoma make up roughly 15 percent of all brain tumors. The approximate age for getting this disease is between 45 and 70 years of age. Glioblastoma is also has one of the worst 5-year survival rates among all human cancers. Statistics say that annually 2 to 3 per 100,000 … Continue reading Glioblastoma
If you have ever watched Phineas and Ferb, then you have also seen Perry the Platypus, who also goes by the name of Agent P. But what exactly is a platypus? Perry the platypus is known as an Ornithorhynchus anatinus, or a semiaquatic mammal. The platypus can be found in eastern Australia and Tasmania. They … Continue reading Perry the Platypus – What is a Platypus?
Global warming is everywhere. Whether we like it or not, it’s a big deal. However, humans aren’t the only beings on Earth that are being affected. There are so many other species and environments being affected by this phenomenon. As the temperature from global warming rises, the adaptability of most species is challenged. Species are … Continue reading Global Warming: Affecting more than just humans?
I was a gymnast, and I think if I were to have not been in gymnastics, I would be taller right now. I am fifteen years old and only 5’2’’. The definition of stunt growth would be known as a stop or hindrance in growth or development. I think my growth definitely slowed down and … Continue reading Gymnastics Stunt Growth?