Are High Times Here To Stay? Young People Using Marijuana At Record Levels

August 24, 2022

Young people used marijuana and some hallucinogens at record levels last year, according to a new report funded by the National Institutes of Health, as recreational cannabis became legal in more states and as attitudes toward other drugs continue to shift. Nearly 43 percent of young people said they had used marijuana in the past 12 […]

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Dr. Fauci Stepping Down From Everything At The End of 2022

August 23, 2022

Dr. Anthony Fauci, announced he is stepping down from his role in the federal government. As of December, he will leave the position he’s held for 38 years as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Plus his job as chief of the NIAID Laboratory of Immunoregulation, and his role as Chief […]

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Check Out The World’s Deadliest Garden

August 9, 2022

If you don’t know, I love science and I love to share information about things I think are pretty damn cool! With that said did you there is a “World’s Deadliest Garden”? In Rochester we have a pretty dope garden at the Highland Park Conservancy. The reason I bring this up is because one of […]

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RMSC Interactive Space Fest

August 4, 2022

Looking for something fun to do? A festival that’s out of this world is happening at the Rochester Museum and Science Center this week! RMSC “space fest” allows kids of all ages to explore all things space through interactive lessons giving them an opportunity to have fun all while learning about the solar system. Director […]

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The Incredible Intelligent Octopus And Life Lesson

July 25, 2022

What is octopuses are conscious sea beings? There is a real possibility that they are according to science. The one thing that this possibly show is how little we humans know about the world around us and how much we still need to learn about being human. I get that is level of thinking requires […]

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100 People From New Jersey High School Diagnosed With Brain Cancer

April 19, 2022

More than 100 people from the same high school have been diagnosed with brain cancer. The victims, who all went to Colonia High School in Woodbridge, New Jersey, developed the ‘rare’ glioblastoma years after studying or working there. There are fears of soil contaminated with uranium used in the first atomic bomb made them ill. […]

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New Study Shows Soda & Energy Drinks Could Put You In Danger Of Getting Cancer

April 6, 2022

A new study suggests that ingesting artificial sweeteners often found in drinks like soda and energy drinks can leave you in greater danger of getting cancer. According to the March journal of PLOS Medicine. Researchers examined information from a questionnaire about the nutrition and health of more than 100,000 French adults. Following up over a […]

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Henrietta Lacks’s Family Suing Biotechnology Company For Selling Cells

October 7, 2021

The family of Henrietta Lacks is suing a biotechnology company. The Lacks family is accusing Johns Hopkins Hospital of selling cells that doctors took from the Black woman in 1951 without her knowledge or consent as part of “a racially unjust medical system.” Tissue taken from the woman’s tumor before she died of cervical cancer, […]

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The Woolly Mammoth May Be Coming Back

September 16, 2021

I’m all for science but there comes a point where I question things like what are we doing? There is a company that plans to bring back or “genetically resurrect” the woolly mammoth. No, this is not a joke. The company is Colossal and they said they actively pursue conservation and preservation of endangered species. […]

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We Came We Saw Mars Now We Are On To The Next Planet

June 4, 2021

Mars, we accomplished that so what planet is up next? Venus of course! NASA announced this week that the next mission is to get to Venus to see and examine the planet. They want to look at Venus’s geological features and the planet’s atmosphere. The cost to explore Venus is about half a billion dollars […]

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