Microsoft Excel gets an update
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Microsoft Excel gets an update
According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a major contributor to disabilities and deaths in the U.S. Statistics indicate that 153 people die every day from injuries involving TBI.
When we think about the beginnings of humanity, we often imagine a caveman with a club running in circles looking for food. We are taught that humanity slowly evolved in northeastern Africa, that homo sapiens slowly spread through the continent and then out of Africa to Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, are thought to be a healthier alternative to the traditional tobacco cigarettes, but recent evidence shows otherwise.
A pair of studies from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto, along with researchers in China and the U.S. have found that children who are told that they are smart or that they are high-achieving academic students are more likely to cheat.
There’s a vaccine that could eradicate cervical cancer, but it’s heavily underused in the U.S. Thankfully new numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that a rising number of U.S. teenagers are receiving one or more shots of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, totaling up to 60 percent in 2016. Experts say the target rate is 80 percent.
While many may classify occasional binge drinking as a fun and harmless practice, researchers have beginning to discover otherwise. Recent studies of young college binge drinkers have shown that excessive drinking can have serious and permanent effects on the brain development and brain activity of young adults.
The Hudson Lab at UCLA has successfully used physics to tame elements of chemistry. The UCLA research team, led by Eric Hudson, was able to create a new molecule called barium-oxygen-calcium (BaOCa+).
Engineers at the University of Houston have recently developed a new way to produce electronic artificial skin that allows a robot to sense differences between hot and cold.
Yawning is an everyday phenomenon perceived as a sign of drowsiness and boredom. Some people even see it as a sign of disrespect.
If you have ever considered yourself a germaphobe and shuddered at the thought of bacteria surrounding you, recent scientific research may shock you. Did you know that the average human can have as much as five pounds of bacteria living on and inside of them?
From an evolutionary standpoint, aging makes no sense. Why deteriorate over time, when you could simply reproduce forever? How does it benefit us to grow older?
Taylor Bell, along with his team at McGill University and the University of Exeter used the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph on the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to measure the albedo of the exoplanet WASP-12b’s.
It is easy to disconnect the food on our plate from its origins and even easier to forget about the long process that gets that food to us in the first place. Food production however has a large impact on both the health of individuals as well as the environment at large.
As new strains of bacteria grow stronger and more resistant to drugs, antibiotics may becomes less effective. This is known as antibiotic resistance.
Hurrican Irma takes down wireless services
Recently, a group of scientists led by Assistant Bioengineering Professor Lulu Qian at Caltech developed the first “DNA robot.” This molecular robot was designed to perform precise nanomechanic tasks that retrieve and transport certain molecules around the body.
The Bacon Diet. Believe it or not, there is an actual diet colloquially known as the Bacon Diet, and it may just stave off illness, help you lose weight, help you become stronger, give you more energy and help you live longer.
Diabetics are commonly told to avoid candy and other sugary foods. In fact, most diabetics are put on a strict diet and closely monitor their sugar intake by taking glucose tests multiple times a day.
A group of German and Austrian researchers from the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences collaborated on a recent study titled “I Lie? We Lie! Why? Experimental evidence on a dishonesty shift in groups.”