Rare Yellow Cardinal Photographed in Alabaster, Alabama

By Elaina Zachos PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 23, 2018 Looking out at her quaint Alabama backyard in late January, Charlie Stephenson noticed something unusual. A strange species of unfamiliar yellow bird was pecking at her hanging birdfeeder. As a seasoned birdwatcher, Stephenson had seen scores of cardinals in the past. But with its mustard-color coat, this flierContinue reading “Rare Yellow Cardinal Photographed in Alabaster, Alabama”

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Superagers’ youthful brains offer clues to keeping sharp

WASHINGTON (AP) — It’s pretty extraordinary for people in their 80s and 90s to keep the same sharp memory as someone several decades younger, and now scientists are peeking into the brains of these “superagers” to uncover their secret. The work is the flip side of the disappointing hunt for new drugs to fight orContinue reading “Superagers’ youthful brains offer clues to keeping sharp”

Secret Obama-Era Deal With Iran Derails Key Sanctions on Iran’s Propaganda Network

Secret Obama-Era Deal With Iran Derails Key Sanctions on Iran’s Propaganda Network HWH COMMENT: This confusing article fails to mention what type of sanctions were imposed on Iran for disseminating propaganda via their media to their populace. How would the USA determine in Iran what is false news and what is not false news? It’sContinue reading “Secret Obama-Era Deal With Iran Derails Key Sanctions on Iran’s Propaganda Network”

Some Issues To Consider On Immigration Reform

In the current immigration debate: Peoples wanting to enter the USA from all corners of the planet say it’s just like hundreds of years ago when immigrants came to America from Europe, with a pittance in their pockets, so open your God-damned doors before we huff and puff and blow your doors down. No itContinue reading “Some Issues To Consider On Immigration Reform”

Researchers Halt The Development Of Alzheimer’s Disease And Partially Reverse Its Effects

Researchers at the Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute have demonstrated that gradual reduction of an enzyme that contributes to the development of Alzheimer’s Disease can halt the disease’s development and reverse some its effects. Their work was reported on February 14th in the Journal of Experimental Medicine.The buildup of beta-amyloid plaques in the brain isContinue reading “Researchers Halt The Development Of Alzheimer’s Disease And Partially Reverse Its Effects”

Consumer products’ air quality impact ‘underestimated’ 

US research has found that chemicals from everyday household products now contribute as much to air pollution in cities worldwide as vehicle emissions. The study, led from Colorado University, focussed on so-called volatile organic compounds (VOCs). These are contained in petroleum-based products such as cleaning fluids and paints, and when they get into the airContinue reading “Consumer products’ air quality impact ‘underestimated’ “

Stop Popping The Populace

Denying that fake news exists isn’t the solution to calming the populace. It’s a lie that creates even more chaos. People can figure things out for themselves, and when they get lied to consistently and persistently, chaos ensues as a consequence of disorientation and destabilization of the people (the populace) and eventually they start toContinue reading “Stop Popping The Populace”

The search engines you’ll need for every type of question

The search engines you’ll need for every type of question. Specific answers for specific needs. By David Nield Google isn’t the only search engine out there. When most of us have a question we want to research online, we run to Google for the answer. But it’s not the only search engine out there. VentureContinue reading “The search engines you’ll need for every type of question”

Does Coffee Contain a Carcinogen? Here’s What the Science Says

If a lawsuit in California is successful, Golden State stores that sell coffee will have to warn customers that drinking a cup of joe may be a cancer risk, according to news reports. But coffee companies argue that although coffee does contain a possible carcinogen — a chemical called acrylamide — it isn’t present inContinue reading “Does Coffee Contain a Carcinogen? Here’s What the Science Says”