Hydrogen abounds in the universe, on Earth and outside our planet. How do scientists determine whether a meteorite shows evidence of ancient life?
Archives for November 2013
The world has seen some unhealthy dieting trends in the past, but few compare to the “cotton ball diet” – would you eat cotton to lose weight?
What causes bizarre natural disasters such as tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, floods, etc? It all depends on the stability of the parcels of air.
Presents to wrap, food to cook, laundry to wash, house to clean; the holidays are filled with stress. Make sure you stay healthy and don’t overtax yourself.
The stock market has been rising almost unabated for four years, nearly doubling over that time period. What would a crash do to the U.S. economy?
An image has been traveling social media, causing outrage. Have flu deaths really increased since the CDC lowered their recommended vaccine age?
A lack of seismic records for the South Atlantic makes it difficult to tell how unusual these quakes are. What can you tell from an earthquake record?
Winter storm Boreas is blowing across the eastern U.S. bringing a blast of winter weather; snow, sleet, and wind. Should you stay home this Thanksgiving?
Another major submarine earthquake in the South Atlantic – this tremor was recorded as magnitude 7 (M7.0) was one of a series of seven in a small area.
Researchers found that women suffering from PTSD are more likely to gain weight after the traumatic incident. What’s the link between trauma and obesity?