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Atmospheric heat would decrease by Christmas – Meteorologist

Atmospheric heat would decrease by Christmas – Meteorologist

The atmospheric heat currently being experienced in the country could greatly decrease during the months of December and January. Presently, a combination of high temperatures and atmospheric moisture are basically the reason for the hot…
The Shape project teams showcase innovative solutions to health conditions with environmental triggers.

The Shape project teams showcase innovative solutions to health conditions with environmental triggers.

On 2nd December 2015, GhScientific in collaboration with the Ghana Science Association launched the Shaping Healthy Attitudes and Protecting the Environment (SHAPE) project at the Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research. The objective of the…
New theory debunks consensus that math abilities are innate

New theory debunks consensus that math abilities are innate

A new theory regarding how the brain first learns basic math could alter approaches to identifying and teaching students with math learning disabilities. Published in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences journal, Ben-Gurion University of the…
One egg per day associated with 12 percent reduced risk of stroke

One egg per day associated with 12 percent reduced risk of stroke

On the heels of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans that placed no daily limit on dietary cholesterol and noted eggs are an affordable, accessible, nutrient-rich source of high quality protein, new research shows eggs…
Poverty and perceived hardship affect cognitive function and may contribute to premature aging

Poverty and perceived hardship affect cognitive function and may contribute to premature aging

New study finds strong associations between sustained exposure to economic hardship and worse cognitive function in relatively young individuals, reports the American Journal of Preventive Medicine Poverty and perceived hardship over decades among relatively young…
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