Today’s Solutions: May 30, 2024

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The surprising physiological benefits of a good cry

Tears, from infancy to adulthood, serve as a universal emotional language. According to licensed marriage and family therapist Naomi Levine, "Crying for babies is both self-soothing and it’s also a communicator to the people around them that there’s a need that’s not being met."This Read More...

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New evidence connects common sleeping pill to a reduction in build-up of Alzheimer's proteins

Alzheimer's disease remains a challenging problem for both researchers and patients, but recent studies have thrown light on possible links between sleep patterns and disease development. One exciting line of inquiry is the use of sleeping drugs to reduce the accumulation of toxic proteins in the Read More...

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3 top tips for overcoming the stifling pressure to "get in shape" for summer

As summertime approaches, so does the widespread pressure to get the elusive "summer body." For many, this is a season of intense scrutiny as diet culture intensifies its messaging, pushing people to be in shape and lose weight in order to enjoy poolside relaxation and beach days. A quieter story Read More...

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Mackerel and snapper recover as overfishing reaches all-time low

The most recent statistics from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) provide promising news for marine conservationists and seafood fans alike: the number of fish species on the US government's overfishing list has reached a new low, indicating the health of American Read More...

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Scientists map the mysteries of the brain in more detail than ever before

Google researchers revealed a wonderfully precise map of a portion of the human brain, marking a significant step forward in neuroscience. This astonishing feat, published in the journal Science and available online, provides unique insights into the complex architecture of brain cells, Read More...

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The top 5 flower trends blooming in gardens everywhere this year

Springtime brings a burst of color and life to gardens everywhere, and this year is no exception. Trends in flower planting are flourishing, ranging from vivid colors to environmentally friendly methods. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned gardener, here are five flower gardening ideas that Read More...

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Making the most out of adult friendships: a psychologist's top 3 tips

In the whirlwind of adulting, friendships become our anchor, our lifeline amidst the chaos. They are more than just incidental relationships; they form our journey and have a tremendous impact on our well-being. This study demonstrates how the quality of your friendships in your 30s can be a good Read More...

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Advancements in vision restoration: CRISPR gives hope to patients 

In a revolutionary development, CRISPR gene editing emerged as a beacon of hope for people suffering from genetic blindness. The results of a Phase 1/2 clinical trial revealed promising results, sparking confidence in the medical world and providing a ray of hope to people suffering from vision Read More...

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The rise of renewable energy: a tipping point in global electricity sources 

Renewable energy surpassed 30 percent of the global electricity supply for the first time, marking a milestone in the planet's energy shift. This spike in clean electricity, mostly from wind and solar power, represents a watershed point in the move to sustainable energy options. The ongoing Read More...

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Why do most mammals have five fingers?

The mystery of why most mammals, including humans, have five fingers has interested scientists for decades. Despite the enormous diversity of mammalian species, from cats to kangaroos, the basic pattern of five digits is extremely stable. But what causes this evolutionary convergence toward Read More...