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How scientific illiteracy can harm you...

                                                                  Interactive science series “Science literacy is a vaccine against the ch…

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What might happen when you take lots of medicines...

What might happen when you take lots of medicines... One of our uncles died of liver cirrhosis ten years back. He never touched alcohol in…

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Literate people living in urban areas are too scientifically illiterate!

                            "If you are scientifically literate the world looks very different to you" Literate people living in urban are…

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Bio-chemistry: Scientists uncover a multibillion-year epic written into the chemistry of life

The origin of life on Earth has long been a mystery that has eluded scientists. A key question is how much of the history of life on Earth…

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Climate change is moving tree populations away from the soil fungi that sustain them

As our planet warms, many species are shifting to different locations as their historical habitats become inhospitable. Trees are no except…

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Feeling others' 'energy'- what does it mean?!

Q: A person in another country says I feel your energy, it’s like you’re next to me. What does this mean? Krishna: You will get only scienc…

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Forensic science: How Microbial fingerprints can help solve a crime

Image source: https://www.forensicsciencesimplified.org/prints/how.html When you think of a criminal investigation, you might picture det…

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Researchers succeed for first time in accurately dating a 7,000-year-old prehistoric settlement using cosmic rays

They say that 'where there is a will there will always be a way'. When scientists want to find something, what roadblocks or walls can stop…

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Why you shouldn’t take pebbles from the beach – here’s the science

Cumberland Council in the north of England has announced that people taking pebbles from beaches will now face fines of up to £1,000. Many…

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How air pollution affects the digestive system

Fine air particles, less than 2.5 micrometers in diameter (PM2.5), are a major air pollutant linked to various health problems. These parti…

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Biologists observe recurring evolutionary changes, over time, in stick insects

A long-standing debate among evolutionary scientists goes something like this: Does evolution happen in a predictable pattern or does it de…

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The studies on animals  cannot be equal to work on human beings

Q: How well do studies on rats generalize to humans?   Krishna: Animal research often provides the rationale for hypotheses studied by epid…

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1 May 23
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What cell-by-cell changes caused when pig hearts and kidneys are transplanted into humans

This report contains a bit complex wording for the ordinary people to understand. But still I posted it for the benefit of medical doctors…

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1 May 22
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