Category: Science

It's Candida, not Canada! Yeast Overgrowth is Something YOU Need to Know About

It’s something a lot of people probably have never heard of, let alone know how harmful it can be to the body – Candida. While it sounds our neighbor to the north, Candida is a common problem that needs waaaaaaaaay more awareness. Candida, which can be spread sexually and via...

Free summer-long science related programming for Michiganders

Michigan State University’s Science Gallery Detroit announces its summer programs schedule, a medley of free science-related events for metro Detroiters, including a film series, open labs and workshops. In addition to its sophomore exhibition, DEPTH which explores humanity’s relationship to water through the lens of science and art, Science Gallery Detroit provides free...

What You Need to Know about Microplastics

  According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA), microplastics are tiny pieces of plastic debris, less than five millimeters in length. Unfortunately, our reliance on plastic in all forms, including microplastics, makes it “the most prevalent type of marine debris found in our ocean and Great Lakes”, again from NOAA. Despite...

New Scalp Cooling Cap Prevents Hair Loss In Breast Cancer Patients

The average person sheds between 50 and 100 hairs a day — hardly noticeable on a scalp carrying 100,000 strands. To cancer patients, however, total hair loss (including the eyebrows and eyelashes) is quite common. Though the physical and emotional tolls of intensive chemotherapy and radiation can be utterly devastating,...

Celebrate World Wildlife Day at Sea Life Michigan

The global celebration of the United Nations World Wildlife Day 2019  will take place on Sunday, March 3.  This year’s theme is  ‘Life below water: for people and planet‘.  This is the first year that World Wildlife Day will focus on marine species. World Wildlife Day 2019 will highlight the critical...

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