A new study published Thursday in Cell Stem Cell is set to further stoke the debate over whether our brain can actually grow back neurons as we age. The research found that people, even into their golden years, are regenerating their stock of neurons right up until the point of death—seemingly contradicting the results of a major study released just last month. Continue reading Maybe Our Brains Actually Can Grow Back Neurons
Daily Archives: April 5, 2018
8 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes People Tend To Overlook
White Americans Aren’t Doing Their Part to End Racism — and They Don’t Want to
In his final manuscript “Where Do We Go From Here?” published in 1967, Martin Luther King Jr., discussed the way white Americans are not doing enough to remove the stain of racism from America, addressing their refusal to give up their privilege and learn from the Black people who are oppressed. Continue reading 8 Martin Luther King Jr. Quotes People Tend To Overlook
Scare Away Intruders With This Home Security Concept That’s Literally Just a Shadow
Taking a page from Kevin McCallister’s playbook in Home Alone, a landlord in Tokyo has developed a novel way for residents who live alone to feel safer. A tiny projector makes it appear as if there’s another person in the apartment from the outside by faking a moving, shadowed silhouette on a window curtain.
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Unusual forms of ‘nightmare’ antibiotic-resistant bacteria detected in 27 states
More than 200 rare antibiotic-resistant genes were found in “nightmare” bacteria tested in 2017, according to a Vital Signs report released Tuesday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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