There is always the question: is there life on other planets. There answer is out there, but will be a matter of time before we find out. The thing is that this question has befuddled man since the discovery of space travel. Astronomers have discovered that Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, has … Continue reading Life On Other Planets
A few years ago it was really rare to find type 2 diabetes in children. My friend has diabetes. She got them in 1st grade. She has type 1, that occurs in most children to have type 1 not type 2. According to the CDC more than 186,000 people younger than 20 have both type … Continue reading Put Down that Soda and Pick Up some Water
Chronic Waste Disease is a fatal neurological found in cervids (Deer and Elk). It is also known as transmissible spongiform encephalophathies (TSEs) or prion diseases. It shares certain features of other THEs, like bovine spongiform encephalopathy (Mad Cow Disease) or scrapie in sheep. CWD has been diagnosed in captive and wild free-ranging deer and elk. … Continue reading Chronic Wasting Disease
Psychedelics controversial nature have repressed the theory that they may have been a large factor in the evolution of the human species. There are many unexplained instances that point to psychedelics as the cause of change in the human genome. This is known as The Stoned Ape Theory. Terence Mckenna was one of the most influential … Continue reading Psychedelics and Evolution
Many hunters including myself not only love to hunt but we have a passion to hunt but this obsession might come to an end because of some deadly killers that are taking out the deer population. Not only are we a predator for the deer along with many carnivores that are taking down the deer but … Continue reading A Deadly Killer for Deer
There are many reasons why deer populations have decreased over the past years. Some of the reasons include their habitat, diseases, and also harsh winters. Deer are susceptible to a variety of diseases and parasites. One of the main deer diseases is hemorrhagic. Hemorrhagic disease is a general term for epizootic hemorrhagic disease and bluetongue … Continue reading Deer Population
There is always the question: is there life on other planets. There answer is out there, but will be a matter of time before we find out. The thing is that this question has befuddled man since the discovery of space travel. Astronomers have discovered that Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, has … Continue reading Life On Other Planets?
How often days do you listen to music? 31% of people of all ages have hearing loss. 18% of American’s have hearing loss between the ages of 45 through 64. 30% of adults 65 through 74 years old and 47% of adults 75 years old or older have a hearing loss. The incorrect5 usage of … Continue reading Can You Hear Me Now?
Soldiers returning home from war are supposed to be safe now, but many veterans find themselves with another problem. They could develop a mental illness, such as anxiety, substance abuse, and adjustment disorder. The most common in veterans that appear in 1 in 5 soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, have developed symptoms of depression … Continue reading War Veterans Returning with Mental Illness
With the recent buzz about famous athletes experiencing an ACL tear, You might ask what are they, and why does it take so long to recover? Well, I can tell you firsthand that it’s not only a time consuming recovery process but is also something that is a recurring issue in hardworking athletes. This recently … Continue reading ACL Reconstruction Surgery