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Ancient Bones Reveal Girl's Tough Life in Early Americas

Ancient Bones Reveal Girl's Tough Life in Early Americas | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Teenage mother who lived 12,000 years ago was malnourished but still roamed widely 
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Pauly Preston's comment, May 17, 2017 2:56 PM
This article talked about how they found a girls bones inside the ocean from over 12000 years ago. These bones were found in the mexico ocean. The beleive the girl was 15 or 17 and that she already had been pregnect. The girls name was naia. She traveled very far and did not eat alot. I thought this article was very interesting and crazy .
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 19, 2017 11:19 AM
Summary: this article talks about a girl named naia from over over 12,000 years ago who was impregnated at a really young age. Scientists analyzed Naia's bones and figured out she had a very tough life growing up at the age 15-17 years of age, Naia traveled a lot but never really ate a lot which caused her to die at a young age
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 19, 2017 11:21 AM
Reaction/s: I found this article interesting because of how scientists found a young girl in the Mexico ocean who was pregnant at a young age and figured out that she traveled a lot and figured out her lifespan
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Superbug Arrives in the U.S. | DiscoverMagazine.com

A strain of E. coli that can't be stopped by the last-resort drug.
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Trinity Allman's comment, May 23, 2017 10:16 PM
This article is about this new superbug was found by women in Pennsylvania in the United States. This partcular bug was found to be tested positive for ecoli. I enjoyed this article because I like knowing if there is contagious diseases/viruses spreading around the country.
addison gee's comment, May 25, 2017 9:51 AM
this article was about how there was a super bug found in Pennsylvania when in may a women tested positive for a strain of ecoli that was so strong it does have an antibiotic for it this is scary because its globally close to me.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 19, 2017 9:53 PM
This article is how about how a super bug came to the U.S. scientists knew it came here in May when a woman from Pennsylvania was tested positive for it. She was positive for E.Coli. I thought this article was very interesting because of how it explained how the disease is globally dangerous.
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How Much Exercise Does a Body Need? 

How Much Exercise Does a Body Need?  | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Some experts say we need more exercise than the recommended amounts, while others say a 4-minute workout can do wonders. Who's right? 
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lori scronce's comment, May 26, 2017 7:54 AM

This article is about how much exercise your body really needs. Health Institutions say that people need about 150 minutes of moderate exercise or 75 minutes of intense workout each week. I personally try to workout and least twice a week. i try to do yoga once a week then go to the guys another day of the week
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 5, 2017 6:52 PM
Reaction: I think that this article caught my attention because of how people need to exercise and how people need to stay account and healthy
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 5, 2017 7:00 PM
Summary: This article is about how your body needs at least 150 minutes of light exercise and 75 minutes aerobic exercise. A group of people did 4 minutes of exercise and their endurance increased. Study's show we should at least walk 7 miles to be in shape. What's very interesting about this too is that even when we stand we still burn fat.
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Scientists just discovered a new type of eye movement we do every day

Scientists just discovered a new type of eye movement we do every day | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
You might have done it just now.
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Arianna Turner's comment, May 4, 2017 4:45 PM
this article is about scientists who have discovered an eye movement we do daily, it happens when we blink. we do it without noticing. I thought this article was interesting because I didn't know about it.
Tyler Duncan's comment, May 5, 2017 12:02 AM
This article is about the new distinct eye movement that researchers have identified. This movement is hidden by are constant blinking. But this movement helps to help stabilize the images we perceive by "resetting" our eyes after they move around to view a object. I picked this article because I haven't ever heard of this and I wanted to learn about it
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 19, 2017 9:58 PM
This article is about a new eye movement that researchers have identified. The movement is hidden by a constant blinking. But this movement helps stabilize the images we perceive by resetting our eyes after they move around to see a object. I picked this article because of how interesting the title looked and how detailed it was
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What Causes Motion Sickness?

What Causes Motion Sickness? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
It can strike travelers on cars, boats, or airplanes — for many people, motion sickness turns an otherwise pleasant journey into a one-way trip to misery.
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Tiffany Fletcher's comment, September 20, 2017 11:17 AM
This article talks about how people get motion sickness when being in a vehicle and plain. Motion sickness is detected by your inner-ear structure which detects the gravity and movement, which send signals to your brain to make you sick. Motion sickness doesn't cause any long term sickness but it makes you feel queasy and uncomfortable.

This article is interesting because I get car sick and I wanted to know why. I thought it was because I didn’t pay any attention to the road around curves.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 4, 2017 4:59 PM
Summary: This article talks about how people get motion sickness when being in a vehicle or plain. Motion sickness is detected by your inner-ear structure which detects the gravity and movement which send signals to your brain to make you sick.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 4, 2017 5:02 PM
This article was very interesting because i get sick when I ride in the car often and i never knew why I would get sick while riding in a car and/or bus
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Why Taller People May Be Better at Judging How Far Away Things Are

Why Taller People May Be Better at Judging How Far Away Things Are | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Short people are worse at guessing some distances
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Dillon Smith's comment, May 18, 2017 4:48 PM
This article is about why taller people may be better at judging how far away something is than a shorter person. Taller people have a better judgement of seeing what type of object it is from far away. Shorter people are more likely to not explain or describe what an object is. I liked this article because I didnt know that taller people can see better at somethings than shorter people.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 12, 2017 3:55 PM
Reaction: I think this article is interesting because of how it breaks down how tall people can do this and that and how smaller people can do this and that
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 12, 2017 4:00 PM
Summary: This article sums up about how tall people can see further then short people . I had no idea that tall people could see better then short people which is very interesting . When the researchers adjusted the short persons height and lowered the height of the tall person the results were still the same making a good explanation of how tall people can see better the shorter people.
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Is sugar as addictive as cocaine?

Is sugar as addictive as cocaine? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
You might need rehab for your sugar addiction
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Dillon Smith's comment, June 1, 2017 2:30 PM
This article is about how sugar could be as addictive as cocaine. What causes the addiction is your hormones in your brain like them and want more. I liked this article because I didnt know why sugar was addicting and sugar is pretty much in everything.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 5, 2017 6:45 PM
Reaction:This article is very interesting because it gives great details about how sugar be very addictive in an everyday life and since we humans eat and use sugar in almost everything
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 5, 2017 6:51 PM
Summary: This article talks about how sugar can affect our brain like tobacco and it talks about how dangerous sugar is like how you can get diabetes from eating lots of sugar. Sugar is in lots of foods like meats and candy etc. Sugar is just something that can make food taste sweeter if you don't like it or if you desire to have your food or drink sweeter. Sugar can get you sick if you eat too much just like how cocaine can get you sick.
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What Is Cellulite?

What Is Cellulite? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Live Science and Life's Little Mysteries explains what's going on beneath the surface of your skin to cause that lumpy, bumpy appearance of cellulite.
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Francscio Rodriguez's comment, March 30, 2017 4:18 PM
This article is about what celluite is and some people call it somthing else such as cottage cheese becuase it look like it. This is a fat that is under the skin that is with a connective tissue. This happens at all ages and and they say that it comes from genetics. And you can not do nothing to stop it. I chose this article because i didnt know what this was until iread about it.
Alex Jaworski's comment, April 4, 2017 8:02 PM
This article was about cellulite. Cellulite is fat found just underneath the skin, held back by proteins. As we age, the proteins break down, and the fat comes through. Women tend to have more cellulite than men, and cellulite can't be removed. I was surprised by this article because I didn't know what cellulite was.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 12, 2017 4:06 PM
Reaction: I liked this article because of how it explains how cellulite is fat under your skin. Summary: Cellulite is fat under your skin that bulges through out through connective tissue that's loose. cellulite comes with age but can also come sooner also. You can't get rid of it permanently but you can get rid of it.
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Exhaled Pounds: How Fat Leaves the Body

Exhaled Pounds: How Fat Leaves the Body | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
When you lose weight, where does the fat go? Turns out, most of it is exhaled.
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Arianna Turner's comment, March 22, 2017 10:14 PM
This article is about how the body looses fat. Studies have explained that fat doesn't turn in to energy or heat by itself we have to work it off by exercise and burning calories. You loose weight when triglyceride molecules break into little building blocks, that's called oxidation.i thought this article was interesting because I didn't know how much it took to loose body fat.
Francscio Rodriguez's comment, April 12, 2017 4:11 PM
This article is about the body and how it gets the fat away. People say fat leaves the body we exhale carbon and not by working out.i used to think that working out got rid of fat.I really liked this article because i did not lknow none of this.
Dillon Smith's comment, May 11, 2017 8:03 PM
Thsi article is about your body and how you lose fat. Studies have explained that fat doesn't turn in to energy or heat by itself we have to work it off by exercise and burning calories. This article is interesting to me because I thought working out got rid of fat.
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Why Knuckles Crack and Joints Creak

Why Knuckles Crack and Joints Creak | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
What's behind the percussive symphony? And is it okay to crack your knuckles?
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Travis's comment, May 25, 2017 10:27 AM
This article talks about when you pop your knuckles and joints. This interested me because i always pop my Knuckles whenever i`m bored. I`m glad this will not actually cause arthritis like people always say
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 1, 2017 11:28 PM
This article talks about when you pop your knuckles and joints & why they make cracking noises. People will say you'll get arthritis from popping your knuckles but I've been popping my knuckles since I was 6. The reason why we hear the cracking noises is because if the gasses in our knuckles.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 1, 2017 11:29 PM
This article was ok because it wasn't really interesting to me even though I crack my knuckles I don't really feel pain I just pop my knuckles if I'm just really really bored
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Should babies be given solids earlier to prevent food allergies? | New Scientist

Should babies be given solids earlier to prevent food allergies? | New Scientist | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Many countries advise keeping babies off solid food until 6 months, but the latest evidence suggest that this could be making allergies more likely
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Dillon Smith's comment, May 11, 2017 8:07 PM
This article is about why babies should eat solid foods. If you feed them solid foods they are less likely to develop food allergies. I though babies werent supposed to have solids because of choking but i guess not. I chose this article because I never knew babies could have solids.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 7, 2017 9:36 PM
This article is about why you should be feeding babies solid foods. Feeding babies solids will least likely give them food allergies. The only bad outcome from babies eating solids is that certain babies don't develop teeth until they're at least one years old.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 7, 2017 9:38 PM
This article is interesting because I never knew babies could eat solids and not get allergies at a very young age because of how most babies don't either have teeth or eat way too fast which i think it's better for not to eat solids until they have some teeth to help them break down their food
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What's the Difference Between the Right Brain and Left Brain?

What's the Difference Between the Right Brain and Left Brain? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
You may have heard people describe themselves as strictly "right-brained" or "left-brained," but what exactly does that mean?
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michael phillips's comment, October 12, 2015 8:35 AM
this article was realy interesting because i learned alot about the brain i did not know.the left side of your brain controls your right side and your right side controls your left side. so if you blink your right eye your left brain side is controling it and vice-versa.
Cyanne Silvers's comment, October 28, 2015 5:25 PM
This article was quite interesting because I never knew that the right side of your brain controlled the left side of your body! And to know that your body divides up its job equally* is something that I was never taught. I did enjoy this article, thanks mrs. Bosiak :)
Dillon Smith's comment, May 25, 2017 10:24 AM
This article is about the different functions between the right and the left side of the brain. The left side of your brain controls the right side of your body which I never knew. This article is cool and i liked it because I didnt know that the brain split up its jobs equally.
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Tetanus, the Grinning Death - Body Horrors

Tetanus, the Grinning Death - Body Horrors | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
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Alex Jaworski's comment, March 23, 2017 11:32 AM
This article is about tetanus. Tetanus is an infection caused by rusty metal found inside the body, which was commonplace a century ago. I'm glad that I've never had to deal with this.
Francscio Rodriguez's comment, April 6, 2017 8:48 PM
This article is about a disease that is called tetanus. This disease is like a poision that can kill you but you may be able to survive it.This used to kill a lot of people but now there is somthing so that wont happen.
sharon segura's comment, May 26, 2017 7:43 AM
this article is about tetanus. That is a disease can kill you but you might be able to find a way out and survive. This disease killed many people but we now came up with a way to get rid of it. There are many ways to prevent this disease. I chose this article because it seemed very interesting.
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Cave Dwellers Battled Bed Bug Bites, Too

Cave Dwellers Battled Bed Bug Bites, Too | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Researchers have found the earliest evidence of bugs in the Cimex genus co-habitating with humans, in Oregon's Paisley Caves. Christopher Intagliata reports. 
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Francscio Rodriguez's comment, May 25, 2017 4:41 PM
This article is about how people found bed bugs. These were found in ceimex genus. I thik this article was not that intersting because it dont say much about it.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 4, 2017 4:53 PM
Summary: this article talks about how researchers have found the bugs in Cimex genus living with humans. The bed bugs we have were bat parasites that probably did bite.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 4, 2017 4:57 PM
I like this article because it talked about how the bed bugs were originally bat parasites and were found in Cimex genus with the earliest humans on earth
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Hidden Invaders | DiscoverMagazine.com

Hidden Invaders | DiscoverMagazine.com | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Infections can trigger immune attacks on kids’ brains, provoking devastating psychiatric disorders.
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maurice jefferies's comment, May 25, 2017 10:35 PM
this article was about a boy who was normal then one day he changed into a mean kid. this all happed because of a rare illness that effects the brain. docters ran test on him but could not seem to find the problem. this article was interesting because it crazy how you can just change in a matter of time without knowing.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 1, 2017 11:19 PM
This article is about a 7 year old kid who used to be happy and then woke up the next morning very aggressive & mean. He kept going in & out of the hospital to solve his problem. Years later it was figured out that the vessels were swelling up & his brain turned on him.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 1, 2017 11:22 PM
I liked this article because i never knew about this disease & found it interesting that his brain turned on him and made him very aggressive and very angry in just a heart beat but now he's 15 and healthy once again.
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What's the Difference Between the Right Brain and Left Brain?

What's the Difference Between the Right Brain and Left Brain? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
You may have heard people describe themselves as strictly "right-brained" or "left-brained," but what exactly does that mean?
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Tiffany Fletcher's comment, September 20, 2017 11:11 AM
This article talks about the difference between the left brain and the right. The left brain processes mathematics and the right processes artistic ability. They both can also process other things like, the left can control languages, what you hear and other stuff like that. The right processes music and face recognition.

This is cool because I knew that difference parts of the brain processes different. I didn’t know it processed like that. I didn’t get bored reading this at all because it was very interesting.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 26, 2017 7:55 AM
Summary:This article talks about the differences between our left & right brain. The left controls controls our learning such as math, science, ELA, and History, while the right controls music & vision. Our brains function with two different sides and categories.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 26, 2017 8:05 AM
Reaction:this article was interesting because i never knew the brain function differently on each side of our brain left from right our brain have special parts that have very special jobs.I liked this article and would recommend reading this to anyone who's interested.
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Why do we pick our nose?

Why do we pick our nose? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Picture this: you're driving late at night. There's not another soul on the road, when suddenly you have this annoying feeling in one of your nostrils. You look around to check if there really isn't anyone around who might see what you're about to do. You reach up to your nose, and you pick it. Feeling instantly better, you drive on as if nothing has happened.
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Gilbert Solorzano's comment, March 2, 2017 3:55 PM
nose picking can cause a skin infection on the nose but we've actually done this since we were kids.i really enjoyed this article.
Francscio Rodriguez's comment, April 26, 2017 8:48 PM
This article is abput how [icking youre nose can be bad. Picking youre nose can cause infections. I really liked this article because i didnt know all of this about nose picking.
Dillon Smith's comment, May 18, 2017 4:45 PM
This article is about why we pick our nose. If you pick your nose it can cause infections on the nose. I liked this article because I didnt know that picking your nose can cause infections.
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What’s Going On Inside the Brain When We Play Music?

What’s Going On Inside the Brain When We Play Music? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Playing an instrument requires almost every part of the brain at the same time. The diversity of neuro-pathways developed may help musicians solve problems more
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lori scronce's comment, May 18, 2017 8:27 PM
this article is about what goes on in the brain while you listen to music. this article was very interesting to me because i always listen to music and i've always wondered what really goes on in my brain. thank you
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 25, 2017 8:24 AM
Summary:this article is about what our brains do while we are listening to music. Listening to music is a full body workout for our bodies. It shows that people play music force the brain to work harder, which makes us smarter. Most of the brain is used to play music.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 25, 2017 8:29 AM
Reaction:This article wasn't a very long article but it was very interesting because i never knew our brain exercised and was getting even smarter just by listening to music.
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Eating Nuts Linked to Lower Risk of Colon Cancer

Eating Nuts Linked to Lower Risk of Colon Cancer | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
New findings from South Korea suggest that eating more nuts is associated with a reduced risk of colon cancer.
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Dillon Smith's comment, June 1, 2017 2:26 PM
This article is about how nuts can be beneficial to your health. The nuts can prevent cancer and obesity. The nuts can harm you though if you consume too much of them. I liked this article because it shows how a food can save your life.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 27, 2017 7:09 AM
Reaction: This article was interesting because peanuts can/could save your life. But not all people can eat peanuts due to allergies which is one bad outcome about this article.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 27, 2017 7:11 AM
Summary:This article is about how peanuts can benefit your health. Peanuts can prevent cancer and obesity. But if you consume too much they'll harm you. This article can be good for people who aren't allergic to peanuts
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Why Does Asparagus Make Your Pee Smell Funny?

Why Does Asparagus Make Your Pee Smell Funny? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Find out what gives your pee that pungent smell after you eat asparagus.
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Dillon Smith's comment, May 4, 2017 7:33 PM
This article is about why asparagus can make your pee smell funny. Everyone cant smell the scent but some can recognize the smell. The reason asparagus makes your pee smell funny is because of the chemicals in the vegetable. I chose this article because i didnt even know what asparagus was.
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 25, 2017 11:04 AM
Reaction: when I read this s article i was weirder out that my pee could be affected by asparagus. I've never tried asparagus and now i really don't want to try them because I don't want my pee smelling bad while I pee
Jalen Robbs's comment, September 25, 2017 11:11 AM
Summary: This article talks about how asparagus can affect your urine. The reason why asparagus makes your pee smell funny is because of the chemicals in asparagus evaporation is what causes the weird smell. The reason why i chose this article is because I've never eaten asparagus before and wanted to read about it.
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Chemicals in Fast Food: Should You Be Worried?

Chemicals in Fast Food: Should You Be Worried? | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
A new study suggests another reason to avoid fast food.
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sharon segura's comment, May 26, 2017 7:38 AM
this article Is about how bad fast food can be. Scientist tested several people and tested their urine and found some of them had phthalates but that could also be found in plastic things. I chose this article because more than half of the world eats fast food almost everyday because they might be too lazy to cook or they might busy that day.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 12, 2017 7:45 PM
I didn't really enjoy reading this article because basically all it's talking about is how fast food is bad and harmful which I already know that because fast food restaurants carry lots of grease and lots of sugar and salt in their foods and also their drinks.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 12, 2017 7:52 PM
This article talks about how fast food is harmful. What's in it is chemical phtalates. Phtalates can also be found in plastic. Doctors took urine samples from people who had eaten fast food the previous day and had more phtalates in their system 24-40 percent more
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How Coffee Can Help You Live Longer

New findings add to growing evidence that coffee may actually have some benefits
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Arianna Turner's comment, April 6, 2017 8:55 PM
This article is about how coffee has been shown to lower your risk of heart diseases and diabetes. Although this has not been proven it is likely that its true. I enjoyed this article because almost everyone in my family drinks coffee and I think they would like to know this.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 12, 2017 8:13 PM
This article was very interesting because I drink coffee a lot and people tell me it's bad for me and now that I learned that it helps you live linger just makes me want to drink coffee all the time.
Jalen Robbs's comment, October 12, 2017 8:17 PM
This article talks about coffee has shown to lower risks of heart diseases and diabetes. People who drink less then 5 cups a day has a low risk at getting diabetes. Although coffee can help you live longer can it can also stunt your growth especially at a younger age.
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World Health Organization may approve first malaria vaccine | New Scientist

World Health Organization may approve first malaria vaccine | New Scientist | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Experts advising the WHO are expected to recommend the use of the vaccine in some malaria-stricken countries
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Nautia Roseboro's comment, May 25, 2017 6:41 PM
This article is about how the world health organization is creating a new vaccine to treat malaria. This vaccine is mostly for African children (like children that live in Africa). This vaccine could possibly be life changing for many African families. They need more data though to actually make a vaccine that will work. I really enjoyed this article because I know there are lots of diseases in Africa and is good to know that there's people out there that are trying to fix it and make cures.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 16, 2017 7:58 PM
This article is about the world health organization. The world health organization is creating a vaccine for malaria. Mainly the disease is carried all through Africa. It's mainly for the children of Africa.Scientists need more data for the vaccine before actually releasing the vaccine.
Jalen Robbs's comment, November 16, 2017 7:59 PM
This article was ok because I'm not really in to diseases but at the same time it gave good facts on malaria & it was interesting to read this article.
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For Pregnant Women, Absolutely No Drinking, Docs Say

For Pregnant Women, Absolutely No Drinking, Docs Say | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Pregnant women should not drink any alcohol, a new report confirms.
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Francscio Rodriguez's comment, February 23, 2017 7:40 PM
This article is about how drinking alchol is not good while you are pregnant. This article talk about how if you do drink alcohol while you are pregnant then youre baby can come out bad. And how not even a little bit of alchol is good for you. I really liked this article because i never knew that alchol could kill baby. I really agree with this article because women should be looking at what they are drinking before they drink it.
Dillon Smith's comment, February 28, 2017 6:07 PM
This article is about why drinking isn't allowed for pregnant women. If a pregnant women does drink alcohol then it could make defects to the baby or make it very unhealthy. I agree that a pregnant women should not drink alcohol because it is pretty much ruining someones life. I like this article because I never knew a pregnant women couldn't consume absolutely no alcohol.
Emma Gaines's comment, March 1, 2017 9:33 PM
This article is about why you shouldn't drink while pregnant, not even the slightest amount. Research shows that any amount of alcohol is dangerous to a fetus and you should never drink while pregnant because it can serious effects on the baby. Doing this can lead to both physical and mental deficient that can be fatal to a baby. I thought this article was extremely interesting and it really hit home fore me because we have a family friend who adopted a baby suffering from this so I have first hand seen the affects of this and she is severly limited in what she can do and how she thinks because of this
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Understanding Dyslexia and the Reading Brain in Kids | MindShift | KQED News

Understanding Dyslexia and the Reading Brain in Kids | MindShift | KQED News | Anatomy & Physiology articles | Scoop.it
Reading is a skill humans aren't born with, but schools are designed to reward those whose brains are well-wired to read, which can complicate the learning
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Ashleigh Harris's comment, February 7, 2017 6:34 PM
This article talks about dyslexia and how children with this may need different ways of learning, It says that many kids with dyslexia feel frustrated and anxious. This article was very interesting. I feel like more people should learn about this.
Davis Grooms's comment, February 23, 2017 4:01 PM
This article is about Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. students with different brains can often have lives filled with frustration and anguish as they, and everyone around them, struggle to figure out what is wrong with them. In the dyslexic brain, there are several major areas that could develop problematically. I've never really thought about dyslexia before. This definitely makes me feel like I'm lucky.
Arianna Turner's comment, March 9, 2017 10:50 PM
this article is how children with dyslexia and how doctor have discovered different methods children use to learn since they cannot learn like everyone else. Dyslexia makes it very hard to read things, it is frustrating for children in school. doctors have made test to catch dyslexia early on. I thought this was interesting because I never fully understood what dyslexia was.