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Over-medicated seniors are an ‘unseen epidemic’ Feb. 23, 2018
Doctors are thinking about "deprescribing" for seniors who are taking too much and too many medications for too long.
Could we stop flu outbreaks with UV light bulbs? Feb. 23, 2018
Far UVC light, which is harmless to humans, but kills microbes, could be used in public lighting to stop the spread of airborne disease
An online game allows you to pretend to be a purveyor of fake news, and helps educate people on the techniques of disseminating misinformation.
A new book describes the many potential uses of this miracle material and how it might change our technology - and our world.
Cave art in Europe created by Neanderthals suggests they were creative and capable of abstract thought
Offshore wind turbine construction makes disruptive noise, but new regulations will help.
The challenges of designing a sub to send to explore Titan’s seas
A giant asteroid impact made the Earth leak lava
Nano robots attack cancer and leave healthy cells intact
Ants treat battleground wounded during termite wars Feb. 16, 2018
Ants successfully treat wounds of their injured comrades
Is our sugar problem really due to corruption and bribery in science?
Music is universal to reflect our shared experiences
Falcon Heavy’s launch. Are we back on our way to space?
How blasting your brain with light could control anxiety
Kisspeptin may be how the female brain controls sexual behaviour
Lego and video games STEM the gender divide Feb. 9, 2018
Lego and video games can train the brain to visualize in 3D
Do bears actually hibernate in caves? Feb. 9, 2018
Are there enough places for hibernating bears to sleep?
Some oak and beech species do not drop their leaves in autumn
Why efforts to monitor Ontario wolves face opposition