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Why The Humble Legume Could Be The Answer To Fertiliser Addiction

Why The Humble Legume Could Be The Answer To Fertiliser Addiction

Michael Williams, Trinity College Dublin et al
Baby Bees Love Carbs – Here's Why That Matters
Baby Bees Love Carbs – Here's Why That Matters
by James Gilbert, University of Hull and Elizabeth Duncan, University of Leeds
Wild bees are essential for sustaining the landscapes we love. A healthy community of wild…
Renovating Your Home Could Ruin Your Relationship ... But It Doesn't Have To
Renovating Your Home Could Ruin Your Relationship ... But It Doesn't Have…
by Emily Waugh, University of Toronto
While more living space, a dedicated home office or upgraded kitchen might ease the strain the…
Plants Thrive In A Complex World By Communicating, Sharing Resources And Transforming Their Environments
Plants Thrive In A Complex World By Communicating, Sharing Resources And…
by Beronda L. Montgomery, Michigan State University
As a species, humans are wired to collaborate. That’s why lockdowns and remote work have felt…
Fact or Fiction: Debunking 4 Common Myths About Ticks
Fact or Fiction: Debunking 4 Common Myths About Ticks
by Kirsten Crandall, McGill University
Blooming flowers, chirping birds and long-awaited rays of sunshine: The first signs of spring are…

FOOD & NUTRITION

How Junk Food Shapes The Developing Teenage Brain
How Junk Food Shapes The Developing Teenage Brain
by Amy Reichelt
Obesity is increasing worldwide, especially among children and teenagers. More than 150 million…
Are You Eating The Right Sorts Of Fibre?
Are You Eating The Right Sorts Of Fibre?
by David Topping, et al
Six out of ten Australians don’t eat enough fibre, and even more don’t get the right combination of…
Organic Food Health Benefits Have Been Hard To Assess, But That Could Change
Organic Food Health Benefits Have Been Hard To Assess, But That Could…
by Cynthia Curl
“Organic” is more than just a passing fad. Organic food sales totaled a record US$45.2 billion in…
Dementia: Is Processed Meat Another Risk Factor?
Dementia: Is Processed Meat Another Risk Factor?
by Richard Hoffman, University of Hertfordshire
The evidence of a link between processed meat and cancer is now strong enough for some…

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Why Healthy Sleepers Have Far Lower Heart Failure Risk
Do Healthy Sleepers Have Far Lower Heart Failure Risk?
by Keith Brannon
Adults with the healthiest sleep patterns in a new study had a 42%…
Contraception: The Way You Take The Pill Has More To Do With The Pope Than Your Health
Contraception: The Way You Take The Pill Has More To Do…
by Susan Walker
The way women have been advised to take the combined contraceptive…
How Dieting Encourages Your Body To Replace Lost Weight
How Dieting Encourages Your Body To Replace Lost Weight
by David Benton, Swansea University
Obesity is a risk factor for numerous disorders that afflict the…
Are Energy Star Ratings A Good Idea For Homes?
Are Energy Star Ratings A Good Idea For Homes?
by Stephen White, Research Director: Grids and Energy Efficient Systems, CSIRO
Homebuyers respond well to green features such as solar panels,…
There Is Help If Dr Google's Making You Sick With Worry
If Dr Google Is Making You Sick With Worry, You May Have…
by Jill Newby and Eoin McElroy
|It’s a busy day at the office and your left eye has been twitching…
Autism Screening Tool May Not Detect The Condition In Some Women
Autism Screening Tool May Not Detect The Condition In Some…
by Rachel Moseley and Julie Kirkby
Diagnosing autism is expensive and time consuming, so a screening…
photo of a sunrise with fog in the valley below
Finding Our Way From Struggle to Harmony in the Here and Now
by Patrick Thias Balmain
Most of us have a relationship to the outside world based on…
photo of a key and a vine
The Three Principal Causes of Disease
by Anna Selby
According to Chinese pathology, there are three principal causes of…

HEALTH & WELLNESS

DNA-based Cancer Vaccine Triggers Immune Attack On Tumors

DNA Based Cancer Vaccine Triggers Immune Attack…

Jim Goodwin, Washington University in St. Louis
Why Some People Don't Experience Vaccine Side-effects, And Why It's Not A Problem
Why Some People Don't Experience Vaccine Side-Effects, and Why It's Not A…
by Veenu Manoharan, Cardiff Metropolitan University
If that’s the immune system doing what it’s supposed to do, does a lack of side-effects mean my…
The New Malaria Vaccine Proves Highly Effective And All We Lack Is Will To Quickly Deploy It
The New Malaria Vaccine Proves Highly Effective -- All We Lack Is Will To…
by Adrian Hill, University of Oxford
Coronavirus vaccines have been developed and deployed in record time, but as global rollout has…
Prolonged Brain Dysfunction In Covid-19 Survivors Is A Pandemic In Its Own Right?
Is Prolonged Brain Dysfunction In Covid-19 Survivors A Pandemic In Its Own…
by Chris Robinson, University of Florida
One in three survivors of COVID-19, those more commonly referred to as COVID-19 long-haulers,…
Can Bad Weather Really Cause Headaches?
Can Bad Weather Really Cause Headaches?
by Amanda Ellison, Durham University
Whether it’s your arthritic relative who knows rain is on the way when their knees ache or your…

FITNESS & EXERCISE

COVID-19: Does Exercising Really Reduce The Risk?
COVID-19: Does Exercising Really Reduce The Risk?
by Jamie Hartmann-Boyce, University of Oxford
A new US study shows that people who are less physically active are more likely to be hospitalised…
Too Much Sitting Is Bad For You — But Some Types Are Better Than Others
Too Much Sitting Is Bad For You — But Some Types Are Better Than Others
by Wuyou Sui, University of Victoria and Harry Prapavessis, Western University
One old behaviour that has persisted, and has arguably been amplified due to COVID-19, is sitting —…
Does Coffee Burn More Fat During Exercise?
Does Coffee Burn More Fat During Exercise?
by Neil Clarke, Coventry University
Coffee, green tea and other caffeinated drinks are a popular way to start the morning. Not only…
Stress Walking: A Step in the Right Direction
Spirited Walking: A Step in the Right Direction
by Carolyn Scott Kortge
All too often we approach exercise as just another task -- maybe even a burden. We do it because we…

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Can Bad Weather Really Cause Headaches?
Can Bad Weather Really Cause Headaches?
by Amanda Ellison, Durham University
Baby Bees Love Carbs – Here's Why That Matters
Baby Bees Love Carbs – Here's Why That Matters
by James Gilbert, University of Hull and Elizabeth Duncan, University of Leeds
Plant Flower Billboards In Your Garden To Help Bugs In Trouble
Plant Flower Billboards In Your Garden To Help Bugs In…
by Samantha Murray, University of Florida
To Lower Cancer Risk, Eat More Mushrooms?
To Lower Cancer Risk, Eat More Mushrooms?
by Sara LaJeunesse, Penn State
Why Some People Don't Experience Vaccine Side-effects, And Why It's Not A Problem
Why Some People Don't Experience Vaccine Side-Effects, and…
by Veenu Manoharan, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Prolonged Brain Dysfunction In Covid-19 Survivors Is A Pandemic In Its Own Right?
Is Prolonged Brain Dysfunction In Covid-19 Survivors A…
by Chris Robinson, University of Florida
Urban Soil Is Often Overlooked As A Resource
Urban Soil Is Often Overlooked As A Resource
by Roisin O'Riordan, Lancaster University

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