During the last years vaccines have been a really big doubt in our society. According to the Dr. Mercola who works for the Institute of Medicine (IOM), “vaccines are not free from side effects”. How would you feel if you realize that the medicine you are taking to escape from a disease might actually affect … Continue reading The Truth about Vaccines
Mercury has been a long time problem that scientist are still trying to solve. Researchers have found an increase in Mercury levels in bodies of water. They found dangerously high levels of mercury in wildlife. This led many to worry about the health of humans when the consumed these animals. Although this is a growing … Continue reading Mercury posing a new threat
The largest outbreak in history of Ebola is going on now in Africa. Any chance of surviving Ebola largely hinges upon early access to medical care. Patients must contact a doctor very soon when they start feeling symptoms such as fever, headache, and joint and muscle pain in order to get the slightest chance … Continue reading Long-Term Effects of Ebola
The United States uses about 337,059,000 megawatt hours of electricity in one year. According to the U.S. Energy and Information Administration, the leading state in the U.S. for wind production is North Dakota. We Produce 6.34 million megawatt hours from wind energy. That’s 17.5% of all of the power produced in North Dakota, and 5.7% … Continue reading Solar Energy For The Future
Air pollution is a major problem in our world. Air pollution is a mixture of solid particles and gases in the air that harm the planet as well as us. The Earth does a pretty good job cleaning a limited amount of pollution out of the atmosphere. Unfortunately, man-made pollutant is too numerous for the … Continue reading Air Pollution, Killing Our Planet
The snake problems in the Everglades have become a big problem in the U.S. Some of the main problems these snakes are they are violent, expanding into other states, and there are no natural predators for the snakes. The Burmese pythons are the main problems in the Everglades. One reason why these pythons are a … Continue reading Snake Problems in the Everglades
Epilepsy is a chronic seizure disorder. It effects 30 million people worldwide and 2 million people in the US. Epilepsy is usually controlled by medication, which is mostly anticonvulsant drugs. However recent studies show that medical marijuana/CBD can help treat epilepsy. On the other hand there are some down sides to using medical marijuana. There … Continue reading Treatments for Epilepsy
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Have you ever thought about where all of your garbage goes? We all know that most of it goes into the landfills in our local community, but does it all really go there? Do you really know? Imagine a landfill twice the size of some states in the United … Continue reading What Do You Know About The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Lung Cancer is something that people think that they could never get, but actually it is very common. Lung cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells. It either starts off in one or both of the lungs. The abnormal cells divide rapidly and form tumors. As these tumors become larger they reduce the lung’s … Continue reading Lung Cancer: Could You Be at Risk?
Many people wonder why some people are left hand dominant and some are right hand dominant. Even crows have proven to show if they are left beaked or right beaked. It shows because they have preferences on what side they hold the stick they use to poke larvae out of holes. Do all animals have … Continue reading Why are Some People Left-Handed?