Today’s cars markets it’s all about economy finding ways to make cars more fuel efficient, cheaper to buy and better for the earth. Companies have made electric cars that are very fuel efficient but how they are made is worse for the earth than a normal car going a hundred life times. So what pickup … Continue reading Diesel vs Gas
Why would cancer form in anyone, especially children? Leukemia is a cancer of the blood. So that means it starts in the blood, the most common cancer of children. Leukemia is sick blood cells that don’t work properly. They crowd healthy blood cells. They are two main types of Leukemia, acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and … Continue reading Assault on the Innocent
We have recently found that Neanderthals are more closely related to humans than previously thought. At least 1/5 of Neanderthal genome are in humans today. This influences skin, hair and diseases people have today. Neanderthals lived around Europe and Asia until they became extinct about 40,000 years ago. Modern humans were set apart from Neanderthals … Continue reading Neanderthals, do they walk among us?
Prosthetic limbs are mildly expensive tools that allow the body to replace a missing limb, such as arms or legs. They are a technological advancement that has been around for many ages. In the early ages they were simply wooden arms attached to your stump and that was it. You wouldn’t be able to move … Continue reading The Future And Past Of Prosthetic Limbs
Lemurs are an African primate that can most commonly be found in the dry woodlands of Madagascar. Most live in social groups that range from 6 to 36 lemurs at a time and are very territorial. A single group’s range of territory can be as small as 15 acres and as large as 60 acres. … Continue reading Lemur Behavior
Brain tumors are a serious problem that affects certain age groups. This one in particular affects only 5-10% of childhood brain tumors. One thing that makes this dangerous is that it is most common in patients up to 14 and to patients over 45. This tumor is a bunch of localized tumors that can become … Continue reading What is Craniopharyngioma?
What are albino animals? Albino animals are mostly white or all white; their eyes are either blue or pink. For example let’s says that you are at Petco and you saw a group of white rats. The rats probably will most likely catch your eye because they don’t blend in with their surroundings. Albinism all begins … Continue reading Have you ever thought about how an albino animal became albino?
Deer infected with Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EDH) Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease also known as EDH or some other names such as bluetongue, blacktongue, blackleg, is an acute, infectious disease of white-tailed deer caused by the infection on a virus from the genus Orbivirus. EHD can be sometimes fatal. EHD is found through-out the United States and … Continue reading Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease
Snowy owls have a scientific name called Nyctea scandiaca. They can be found anywhere where it is cold. I choose the Snowy owl because they look really nice when they are hidden in the snow so you can barely see them. In the winter, snowy owls like to migrate to southern Canada and the northern … Continue reading Snowy Owls Climate Change
Could you imagine getting separated from everyone else just for a small deformity? Something that can kill you could be something everyone else can eat. Not being able to taste Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Nutella, or Snickers. Well now that might change for anyone with a peanut/ tree nut allergy. Scientists in France have been … Continue reading One Bite Away from Death