Hospital stays for depression can be lengthy. Ketamine, a new way to treat depression, could shorten triage time for depression.
Archives for May 2016
Unusually, the largest earthquake this week was in Australia — but there were also tremors in the Mediterranean and off Oregon.
This week saw subduction zone earthquakes in Ecuador and Indonesia – and a warning of a tsunami threat to Hawaii
Up and up the temperature goes. Where will it stop? Not even The Shadow knows.
In a quiet week there were noteworthy earthquakes in Mexico, Greenland and, frankly, not much else. Could Greenland’s quake be related to Global Warming?
Zinc and calcium are intimately involved in the fertilization and reproduction process–from ovulation of egg to the processes of birth.
This weeks saw relatively low-level earthquake activity, but there were tremors in Vanuatu and the Gulf of Aden, with warning of trouble ahead for California.
Faster than a speeding bullet, hotter than the sun, able to leap from a cloud to the ground in a fraction of a second. Look, up in the sky, it’s LIGHTNING.
Wandering cyclone. Transitioning Pacific. Spring snows and deluges. REAL Indian summer. Record CO2. Oy vey, so much weather! Decoded Science demystifies it all.