Highlighting the Most Groundbreaking Scientific Discoveries Made in 2019

Highlighting the Most Groundbreaking Scientific Discoveries Made in 2019

2019 was a major year for scientific breakthroughs in a myriad of fields.

Scientists Believe They Are Close to Finding a Life-Supporting Exoplanet
Scientists Believe They Are Close to Finding a Life-Supporting Exoplanet

The search for a second Earth is on.

Exploring the Flat Earth Paradox: Right or Wrong
Exploring the Flat Earth Paradox: Right or Wrong

As foreign as the concept may seem, those that believe in a flat Earth have a point of view that many confront as wrong. But is any of it right?

The Amazon Burns as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Continues Deforestation
The Amazon Burns as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro Continues Deforestation

Environmental scientists are concerned about the long-term survival of the Amazon rainforest and its unique biodiversity.

Cordyceps: The Most Bizarre Natural Remedy You’ve Never Heard Of
Cordyceps: The Most Bizarre Natural Remedy You’ve Never Heard Of

Cordyceps are an incredibly unique type of fungi that just might have a number of health benefits for the masses.

5 Women Scientists that are Making the World a Better Place
5 Women Scientists that are Making the World a Better Place

These five women scientists are making groundbreaking achievements and inspiring a future of young women in STEM fields.

Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing Healthcare
Artificial Intelligence is Revolutionizing Healthcare

AI is improving the tools and methods doctors are using to heal people more effectively and efficiently.

How Sleep Deprivation is Destroying Your Health
How Sleep Deprivation is Destroying Your Health

Ensuring that you're getting the proper amount of sleep each night can significantly improve your quality of life.

Study Indicates That Prozac Has Little Effect on Improving Autistic Behaviors in Children
Study Indicates That Prozac Has Little Effect on Improving Autistic Behaviors in Children

A recent study conducted on 146 individuals with autism indicates Prozac's inability to significantly improve certain autistic behaviors.



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