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Winner of 2021 World Nature Photography Awards - Facing Reality, Leopard Seal and Penguin, by Amos Nachoum

And the results from the World Nature Photography competition are in

Our world is a beautiful place inhabited by extraordinary creatures. Thankfully, there are skilled photographers who dedicate their lives to capturing precious moments in nature so that the rest of us can get a peek into other hidden worlds. The World Nature Photography Awards (WNPA) is a Read More...

Clove essential oil on a wooden table next to a container with cloves

Clove oil can help slow down the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases

Synthetic insecticides are often effective and the weapon of choice when it comes to killing mosquito larvae, which is the best way to slow down the transmission of mosquito-borne diseases. These chemicals, however, often have a negative impact on the surrounding environment. A simple way to Read More...

Two dishes with grilled vegetables on a wooden table

Switching one item in your diet could cut your carbon footprint by 48%

If you’re looking to slash your carbon footprint, changing just one item in your diet could help you make the grade. According to a recent study, Americans who eat beef could reduce their carbon emissions by as much as 48 percent by substituting just one serving per day with a more eco-friendly Read More...

Seal laughing while lying on the ice

Study: laughter is common among more than 65 species of animals

While laughter may seem like a trait exclusive to human behavior, nothing could be further from the truth. That’s at least according to a recent study which has found that the phenomenon of laughter is actually quite common in the animal kingdom too. Can animals laugh? Conducted by scientists Read More...

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Train your brain: 9 ways to improve focus

When working or taking classes from home, it’s easy to find yourself distracted by your phone, pets, or a fridge full of snacks. Training your brain to stay focused will help you remain productive throughout the day and achieve your goals more efficiently. If you’re having a tough time staying Read More...

Wind turbines on a vertical ax

Wind turbines on a vertical axis can boost efficiency of wind farms

According to the latest Global Wind Report, the world needs to triple its wind energy production over the coming decade in order to reach critical net-zero targets. While that’s a very ambitious goal, a new study demonstrates that by redesigning conventional wind turbines, we could boost their Read More...

Just 2.5 hours of weekly exerc

Just 2.5 hours of weekly exercise could help reduce migraine triggers

Anyone who has experienced a migraine knows how debilitating the pain can be. And while there are several medicinal ways to help alleviate migraine symptoms, a recent study has found that getting enough exercise might just do the trick. While exercise has long been known to help reduce migraine Read More...

Sneaking grapes into your diet

Sneaking grapes into your diet may help protect your skin from UV damage

If grapes are among your staple snacks, then we have good news for you! According to a recent study from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, eating these delicious fruits can help protect your skin against damage from ultraviolet light (UV). The findings show that eating around two cups of Read More...

Yale study: E-waste in the US

Yale study: E-waste in the US on the decline in recent years

In an age when most of us can’t imagine life without technological devices, it comes as a pleasant surprise that a recent Yale study has found that the amount of e-waste generated by Americans has been declining in recent years. Conducted by researchers at the Yale School of the Environment, the Read More...

The common kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) wetlands birds's colored feathers from different birds that live in ponds, swamps.

Tweet tweet! Study finds birds are linked to happiness levels

If you find yourself happier around singing birds, you’re not alone. A new study from the German Center for Integrative Biodiversity Research indicates being around greater bird biodiversity is actually linked to greater happiness levels amongst people. To come to this conclusion, the Read More...