Exercise Can Boost Kids' Vocabulary, Suggests New Study
A recent study suggests exercise can boost kids’ vocabulary growth. The article details one of the first studies on the effect of exercise on vocabulary learning in children.
Cooking With Coal or Wood Increases Major Eye Disease Risk
About half the world’s population is exposed to household air pollution from cooking using "dirty" solid fuels, such as coal and wood. Research has shown that long-term use of solid fuels for cooking was associated with higher risks of conjunctiva, cataracts, and disorders of the sclera, cornea, iris and ciliary body.
A Blood Test To Measure Your Natural Body Clock
Unlike routine blood tests for cholesterol and hormone levels, there’s no easy way to precisely measure a person’s individual circadian rhythm. That might just be set to change.
Another Psychedelic and Its Potential Psychiatric Promise
Despite the excitement about adding psychedelic substances to psychiatrists’ toolkits, one of the most potent psychedelic compounds available, DMT (N,N-dimethyltryptamine), has received very little attention from clinicians until recently. This article discusses the science of DMT and explores its potential as a therapeutic.
What Have We Learned From the Neanderthals Lately?
The result of our ancestors reproducing with Neanderthals is that we present-day humans possess archaic genetic mutations from the extinct species. Through genetic analyses, scientists can infer how mutations from the Neanderthals impact the phenotypes of present-day humans. What have we learned from recent research?
Best Practices for Returning to the Lab
Download this free how to guide to learn more about the tips and best practices for returning to the lab after an unexpected shutdown.
Download this guide to discover how to select the most appropriate labelling and detection strategy for your research as well as mounting media options and a variety of accessory reagents.
Advances in Cell Microscopy
Since the earliest microscopy efforts in the 1600s, cell imaging has significantly modernized and become a ubiquitous tool in cell biology laboratories. Here, we cover five key advances in cell microscopy to help you understand how the field is progressing.
Examining the Reproducibility Crisis
Download this listicle to learn about the importance of reproducibility, why problems in reproducibility persist and steps you can take to improve reproducibility.