Month: July 2018

  • Noah Syndergaard Contracts Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease

    Noah Syndergaard Contracts Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease

    Approximately 75% of Americans will experience foot health problems of varying degrees of severity at one point or another throughout their lifetimes. Foot problems are even more prevalent within the athletic community. Archers walk around five miles a day at archery tournaments; football, rugby, and soccer players run, twist, and jump all over the place; […]

  • Giant Hogweed Plant That Causes Blindness Found in Several States

    Giant Hogweed Plant That Causes Blindness Found in Several States

    There are a lot of dangers people need to be aware of when spending time outdoors — things like sunburn, bug bites, and even poison ivy, which at least 85% of people are allergic to. But recently, a new outdoor danger has been appearing in states across the country: Giant Hogweed. Giant Hogweed is a […]

  • Steadily Increasing Power Demand From Data Centers Spurs Industry Giants

    Steadily Increasing Power Demand From Data Centers Spurs Industry Giants

    The internet is simply awe-inspiring and unstoppable in its growth. Crazy amounts of data are being created and stored every minute. So far, data centers have been able to keep up with the amount of data they have to store and process, but as demand grows and more servers are put to work, the resulting […]

  • Could the Dusky Gopher Frog’s Existence Once Again Be in Jeopardy?

    Could the Dusky Gopher Frog’s Existence Once Again Be in Jeopardy?

    In the United States, you can find 13 of the 34 different species of pocket gophers burrowed beneath the ground. Gardeners often want to get rid of them, as they often invade one’s yard in great numbers. But there’s another type of gopher-named creature that’s rarely seen, and it’s possible that its future could once […]

  • Patricia Schiller: Noted Sex Therapist Dies at 104

    Understanding and communicating with each other about needs and desires can keep relationships happy and healthy, as prominent sex therapist Patricia Shiller knew. Although, her sex therapy career started not as a result of wanting to help couples deepen their bond, but out of a need to teach sex education. The Jewish daughter of Russian […]

  • Construction Site Safety: Importance of Identifying Risks and Educating Workers

    Construction Site Safety: Importance of Identifying Risks and Educating Workers

    A construction worker was injured on the roof of the World War II Museum in the New Orleans. According to WGNO, the injured worker was rescued from the third floor of the WWII Museum construction site. The 32-year-old worker sustained several injuries and was immediately transported to a trauma center. Thankfully this worker was rescued […]

  • This Year’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Might Not Be As Bad As We Thought

    This Year’s Atlantic Hurricane Season Might Not Be As Bad As We Thought

    The Atlantic hurricane season is underway after officially starting on June 1 and lasting through November 30 each year. Though last year’s hurricane season was incredibly destructive, and meteorologists originally projected and expected a similar season this year, it looks as though the storms won’t be as damaging as last year’s. According to Forbes, as […]