They think it makes them look weak, and avoiding that is evidently more important to them than demonstrating responsible behavior
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The pandemic is no excuse to abandon chronic disease management and prevention
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All eyes were on Perry Cohen when he froze at the microphone. His voice failed him. He couldn’t read his notes. Eventually, the once-powerful Parkinson’s disease speaker had to be helped off the stage halfway through his speech...
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Watch the newest Video of the Week! - Robin Anne Smith – Eye-tracking reveals what’s hot, what’s not from the peahen’s point of view - Bora Zivkovic – Good Night, Moon!...
#SciAmBlogs Thursday - eye-tracking peacocks, sleep under full moon, Pacific Rim science, Drunk Science, and more.
Watch the newest Video of the Week!- Robin Anne Smith - Eye-tracking reveals what’s hot, what’s not from the peahen’s point of view - Bora Zivkovic - Good Night, Moon!
Video of the Week #102, July 25th, 2013: From: Well, I'll BEE...Bees See UV by Cheryl Murphy at the Guest Blog . Source: Cheryl Murphy on YouTube Many animals can sense the environment differently that we humans do...
So many controversies about stem cells have flared and died away over the past decade that it can be hard to keep track of them all. The most recent contretemps, as evidenced by reports in the scientific press here, here and here, is about an exceedingly rare (and perhaps non-existent) group of diminutive cells called [...]..
So after months in the making, Drunk Science finally appeared. Let me talk here about how fun it was, and how I or anyone else involved will never, ever do it again.
So after months in the making, Drunk Science finally appeared. Let me talk here about how fun it was, and how I or anyone else involved will never, ever do it again.So what is Drunk Science?...
Scientific papers usually don’t faithfully convey exactly how the researchers came up with the idea, or the chronological order in which the investigation proceeded.
#SciAmBlogs Wednesday – Bigfoot language, basic research, Pacific Rim physics, eating insects, and more.
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