E-cig vapors causing mouth cells to die

Science Weekly

In 2003 Hon Lik, a pharmacist, inventor and smoker, invented the first electronic cigarette that was commercially successful. Since its inception, the e-cigarette has grown in popularity. A team of […]

Background noise hinders learning for children

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Without even thinking, most people will turn on music, TV or talk-radio to fill the silence when they’re at home. According to new research however, this background noise may be […]

Science Weekly: Say cheese

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The addition of a camera to the cell phone was a game-changer for the way we experience life, especially important events. Most people today have the option to pull out […]

Skin cells turned into cancer hunters

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The world of medical science broke into new territory this week as researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Lineberger Comprehensive Care Center turned skin […]

Science Weekly: Taste with your brain, not your tongue

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With Thanksgiving approaching it’s no surprise that food is on many our minds. Those gathered around the table on Thursday will taste food that is sweet, salty and everything in between. […]

Science Weekly: Reversing Milk Allergies

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Milk allergies are becoming more common, and it’s likely that you either know someone who has a milk allergy or have one yourself. Alternative milks and dairy products now provide […]

WSU Student Researches Mindfulness

Above the Scroll, Health, Science & Tech

Life can be stressful, especially during college. One Weber State University student is devoting his time to researching on mindfulness and how it can help reduce stress. Tyson Bryant first attended […]