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In a year where it seems like our world has been turned upside down, it could be easy to say there is nothing to be thankful for in 2020. But this is exactly the time to think about what we have … more
The CDC estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) are the victims of foodborne illnesses. With Thanksgiving plans likely looking a little different this year due to … more
Scarab beetles form a large family of insects totaling more than 30,000 species, of which well over 1,300 are found in the United States. Tumblebugs and dung beetles are interesting examples of … more
We’re two weeks past national election day, and there’s still a lot of ‘hanging chads’ out there. True, that type of balloting isn’t used any longer, but the way this … more
The Virginia or common opossum is North America's only marsupial or pouched mammal, and one of the Earth's oldest surviving mammals. It originated in South America and later spread to the temperate … more
While it is not necessarily a new concept, the term ‘health halo’ may be a term that most are not familiar with. A “health halo” occurs when a single health buzzword or … more
I continue to see signs that read “please practice social distancing.” My question is shouldn’t we be done practicing by now? And why have we ever included the word … more
The skin that covers the top and back of the head and is usually covered with hair, is termed the scalp. The scalp is the same as the skin on other parts of the body except, it is some of the … more
Being critical is something that I think all of us do from time to time. I certainly know that I have had moments where I couldn’t believe what a coach was thinking or that there was “no … more
On the surface, small-town America is as harmless and innocent as the day is young. In “The Devil All the Time,” though, the film peels back the layers of secrets, lies and harrowing … more
Harvest season can be a stressful time of year as famers work against the clock and Mother Nature. One thing that often gets put on the back burner during stressful times is our health. Eating … more
The octopus is an invertebrate lacking a backbone which enables it to crawl through tiny cracks and crevices. It also allows them to hide in very small places where they like to spend the majority of … more
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