Anxiety– a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. For some people, this might just happen every once in a while, like before finals or public speaking. But for over 19 million people in America, it’s a day by day feeling that never goes away. … Continue reading Anxious Feelings Could be More
Have you ever wondered what your dog is feeling? I have wondered this when I’m playing with my dog. Is she happy? Does she feel guilty when she chews up our shoes? In the past, it has been hard and even impossible to really know what they feel and what is going on inside their … Continue reading Do Dogs Have the Same Emotions as People?
“Jacob, go shower we have to do your infusion.” I hear my mom say that once a week. My brother has to take medicine every day twice a day. He needs the infusion to fight off infections. He has a life threatening gene mutation called NEMO. NEMO is IKKgamma or IKBKG gene mutation. It is classified … Continue reading NEMO: A RARE PRIMARY IMMUNE DEFICIENCY DISEASE
Breast cancer occurs all around the world in many different women. It is one of the most common types of cancer in many different women. There are many different types of doctors and scientists around the world that are trying to figure out a cure for breast cancer. They are doing studies to see what … Continue reading Breast Cancer Screening Tests
Zebra mussel, also known as Dreissena polymopha; they are finger-nail sized and it attaches to hard surfaces in water. For many years zebra mussel are known to cause residential problem and affect aquatic living things. Zebra mussels are D-shape shells with alternating yellow and brownish color. Adults are ¼ to 1 ½ inches long. Female … Continue reading Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymopha)
Humans spend close to one third of their life asleep. In a study done by the National Institutes of Health, the average adult sleeps for less than seven hours every night. However, the average healthy adult needs between seven and a half to nine hours of sleep in a night to perform to their full … Continue reading Are You Harming Your Health by Not Getting Enough Sleep at Night?
DNA has been known as the central dogma of Biology since its power to control the traits of an organism was discovered. It determines the traits of every creature on Earth as it holds all of the information used to produce the essential proteins that all of us need. This fact then leads our scientists … Continue reading GMOs: To Consume or Not to Consume? That Is the Question
The Zebra Mussel is a small fingernail- sized animal that attaches to solid objects in water. Its scientific name is Dreissena polymorpha. Zebra Mussels are small measuring about an inch long and being two inches for the maximum size. Zebra Mussels were first discovered in Lake St. Clair in 1988 next to Lake Huron and … Continue reading Zebra Mussels invading the water
This image shows the enormity of the garbage patch. Introduction The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is an extremely large amount of trash mostly plastics that are floating around in the Pacific Ocean. The trash is always moving in the ocean fallowing the current in a circle. There are 3 main garbage patches in the Indian, … Continue reading How Can We Clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch?