Will science fiction become fact and restore sight to the visually impaired? With bionic aka cybernetic eyes….yes!
Do you believe in The Easter Bunny? Magic? The Tooth Fairy? All of these are indeed beliefs. But medicine is not a belief. And not all medicine is based on fact. But it is based on evidence.
Let’s take a look at the science behind vaccines and why vaccines are a modern miracle.
People in movies and books find their way out of the woods by making their own compass out of who knows what. This skill is COOL.
In the interest of us all being cool, a blog post was in order.
Whenever I see an article about a new species, it’s usually about some bacteria or slug. Not that they don’t deserve a spot in the ecosystem, but slugs are not exciting. Octopuses are!
What is the legend of tea & how it came to be? Tea is the most consumed beverage on our planet, after water.
Let’s take a look a the world’s most popular drink!
Want a sublime cup of coffee? I know the secret. I’m not one of those people who refuses to share recipes and tricks.
I’ll show you how with one simple step.
Since I need to distract myself from the news, I’m delving into medical remedies from history. Some of the treatments people thought would work are downright silly.
When I let Louie out this morning, the birds were singing.
I decided that sharing some of the wonder of birds with you was a perfect idea!
It’s nice to know that even in stressful times words — free and abundant– have the power to turn our thoughts to happier ones.
Middle grade fantasy and science fiction is my sweet spot. I could compile long lists!
Like my chocolate consumption, I’m trying to keep things under control.
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