Whitecraft Software Company Directory

Search the directory:
You are here » Whitecraft Software Company » Links Directory » Health » Recipes (0)

No websites in this category, yet!


Add your link - Submission Guidelines

Recipes RSS Feeds

Scientific Theory And The Multiverse Madness - An increasing number of theoretical physicist think that our universe is only one among infinitely many ? but this speculation is not based on sound logic, says guest commentator Sabine Hossenfelder....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

My Grandmother Was Italian. Why Aren't My Genes Italian? - Popular DNA ancestry tests don't always find what people expect. That's due to how DNA rearranges itself when egg meets sperm, and also the quirks of genetic databases....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Living Well Now: What Does It Take? - Shaping our lives around fulfilling social, intellectual and creative potential ? keys to happiness ? is more compatible with sustainability than pursuing unlimited wealth, says author Randall Curren....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

When A Tattoo Means Life Or Death. Literally - A gravely ill man arrives at the hospital, alone and unconscious, with a tattoo across his chest: "Do Not Resuscitate." It sparks deep conversation about end-of-life care in America....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Saunas Are A Hot Trend, And They Might Even Help Your Health - Sweating in a sauna feels good, and it's associated with health benefits including a lower risk of heart disease. But is that because of the heat, or because you're able to kick back and relax?...
Feed Source: www.npr.org

U.S. Set To Decide In Trade Dispute Threatening Booming Solar Industry - President Trump is facing a Jan. 26 deadline to decide whether to impose tariffs on solar imports. While tariffs could help level the playing field for U.S. manfacturers, they could also raise prices....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Iowa Boys Charged In Connection With Deaths Of Half A Million Honeybees - The unidentified boys, ages 12 and 13, are accused of ransacking a Sioux City honey farm, knocking over hives and exposing the bees to frigid winter temperatures....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Scientists Peek Inside The 'Black Box' Of Soil Microbes To Learn Their Secrets - Microorganisms play a vital role in growing food and sustaining the planet, but they do it anonymously. Scientists haven't identified most soil microbes, but they are learning which are most common....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Moscow Sees Only 6 Minutes Of Sunlight During All Of December - The city experienced the darkest month in its recorded history in December. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with reporter Charles Maynes, who lived through those nearly sunless weeks....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Scientists Edge Closer To A Blood Test To Detect Cancers - This blood test detected signs of cancer in 70 percent of people with eight common forms of the disease. But it was much less good at identifying cancer in people in the early stages....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

That Smells Like ... Um, I Can't Think Of A Word For It! - A new study looks at the way we identify smells. English speakers kind of stink at it. But that's not the case in every language....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Sugar And Sleep: More Rest May Dull Your Sweet Tooth - When study participants who routinely got less than seven hours of sleep were coached to extend their sleep time, they also changed their diets, without being asked ? taking in less sugar each day....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

2017 Among Warmest Years On Record - The planet's global surface temperature last year was the second warmest since 1880, NASA says. Scientists say the five warmest years on record have been since 2010....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Repeated Head Hits, Not Just Concussions, May Lead To A Type Of Chronic Brain Damage - Scientists believe they have solid evidence that repeated direct hits to the head can cause the degenerative brain disease seen in some athletes, even if there are no signs of concussion....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Cat Lovers, Is Your Cat Right- Or Left-Pawed? - Do you know which paw your cat uses first when coming down the stairs? Anthropologist and cat lover Barbara J. King discusses with researchers why a new finding of paw preference matters for our pets....
Feed Source: www.npr.org

Add your link - Submission Guidelines

Copyright © 2018, Whitecraft Software Company. All Rights Reserved.