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Healthy Eating – A Friendly Nudge May Be All You Need To Get Started

Healthy Eating – A Friendly Nudge May Be All You Need To Get Started

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register When you’re standing in a buffet line, which items tend catch your eye more readily? Is it the foods that are front and center, or those more in the middle or closer to the back? According to a collaborative review of existing research, we are more prone to choose foods based […]

New Sunscreen Compound Protects Your Cells From UVA Damage

New Sunscreen Compound Protects Your Cells From UVA Damage

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register A new compound created by a team of University of Bath and King’s College London scientists reportedly offers “unprecedented protection against the harmful effects of UVA radiation in sunlight,” including cancer, photo-ageing and cell damage. The majority of currently available sunscreens already protect against UVB radiation, but they’re not very effective […]

Home Alone? Is It Safe To Leave Your Tween Home This Summer?

Home Alone? Is It Safe To Leave Your Tween Home This Summer?

STEAM Register Staff As summer approaches, treat parents of preteens must decide if their child responsible enough to be home alone. Can their child handle an emergency, view such as a fire or severe weather? And, medicine perhaps more importantly, can that child be trusted if there is a firearm in the home? “Many parents […]

National Ice Cream Day – Chill Out With These Cool Facts

National Ice Cream Day – Chill Out With These Cool Facts

Lola Gayle, treatment STEAM Register Today is National Ice Cream Day, sildenafil which is celebrated every year on the 3rd Sunday of July as part of National Ice Cream Month. What a perfect month to celebrate something so refreshing and delicious! FACT: The average American consumes almost 22 pounds of ice cream per year. U.S. […]

Former Obama Intel Chief: ‘We Are Losing’ Against ISIS, ‘We’re In A War’

Former Obama Intel Chief: ‘We Are Losing’ Against ISIS, ‘We’re In A War’

President Barack Obama’s former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency believes the United States is “losing the war” on and off the battlefield against Islamic State. “The enemy has more than doubled in capacity and capability and geographical footprint around the world,” said Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn in an interview with The Daily Caller […]

More Green Than Gold – The True Value Of California’s Urban Trees

More Green Than Gold – The True Value Of California’s Urban Trees

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register There are an estimated 9.1 million trees lining California’s streets and boulevards – averaging about one “street tree” for every four residents. And all that greenery is worth at least $1 billion, according to experts with the U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Research Station. And even with over 9 million trees […]

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Sends First In-orbit View

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Sends First In-orbit View

The JunoCam camera aboard NASA’s Juno mission is operational and sending down data after the spacecraft’s July 4 arrival at Jupiter. Juno’s visible-light camera was turned on six days after Juno fired its main engine and placed itself into orbit around the largest planetary inhabitant of our solar system. The first high-resolution images of the […]

‘Frankenstein’ Galaxy Surprises Astronomers

‘Frankenstein’ Galaxy Surprises Astronomers

About 250 million light-years away, there’s a neighborhood of our universe that astronomers had considered quiet and unremarkable. But now, scientists have uncovered an enormous, bizarre galaxy possibly formed from the parts of other galaxies. A new study to be published in the Astrophysical Journal reveals the secret of UGC 1382, a galaxy that had […]

Arizona Is Home To The Largest Current Measles Outbreak In America

Arizona Is Home To The Largest Current Measles Outbreak In America

Measles is a highly contagious respiratory infection that causes a severe rash and flu-life symptoms. Worldwide, sales it affects more than 20 million people every year, sildenafil but outbreaks have become scarce in the United States with the advent of the measles vaccine, first developed in the 1960s. In 2000, the disease was formally eradicated […]

Mars Canyons Study Adds Clues about Possible Water

Mars Canyons Study Adds Clues about Possible Water

Fast Facts: › Big canyons on Mars hold thousands of seasonal dark streaks examined in a new study of such features, ed which might be signs of liquid water. › The seasonal streaks at many locations are unlikely to result from underground water reaching the surface. › Salts drawing water vapor from the atmosphere might […]