Exercise in the Morning May Stave Off Cancer, As Opposed to Later in the Day, New Study Says

The time of day we exercise could affect the risk of cancer, according to a new controlled study conducted with almost 3,000 Spanish people. Studies have shown that one potential cause of cancer is circadian disruption, the misalignment of environmental cues—such as light and when you eat—and the internal, biological circadian rhythms. It is established […]

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This Non-Profit is Hard at Work Designing New Forests to Cure California’s Wildfire Curse

After recent devastating fires in California, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is teaming up with a specialist non-profit forest management organization to re-engineer the typical Californian forest to be more fire resistant. For decades in California, forest restoration consisted of planting pine trees like rows of cabbages. The theory behind it was that sunlight […]

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Nigerian-Irish Teens Develop a Dementia App for Sufferers Coping With Lockdown–and It’s Won Awards

Thanks to three remarkable teenage girls and their amazing mentor, there’s a brand-new app on the horizon specifically designed to help Dementia patients and caregivers better navigate the confusing waters of the disease. While STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering, and math) have long been considered a traditional boys’ club, with brilliant minds like those of […]

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