How to treat inflammation and restore your immune system

How to treat inflammation and restore your immune system

The immune system is a huge part of our lives.It protects us against infection, and we rely on it to…

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How to make your life more interesting in your work: This post is for you!

How to make your life more interesting in your work: This post is for you!

On Tuesday, Slate published a piece titled, “How to Make Your Life More Interesting in Your Work: This Post Is…

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Why polymers are so hard to melt

Why polymers are so hard to melt

Scientists have long been concerned that polymers would break down during extreme heat, and now researchers have found that they…

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How do your brain and ear membranes work?

How do your brain and ear membranes work?

Scientists have long known that the membranes of the ear, mouth, and brain are connected, but what does that mean…

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Which is better: dry mucus, the same as the dry, or the same fluidity as the same?

Which is better: dry mucus, the same as the dry, or the same fluidity as the same?

The dry mucity of a person’s mouth is called dry mucosa, the watery, slippery substance in the mouth.The mucous membrane…

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Subaorta: A new study reveals new way of detecting subaortas

Subaorta: A new study reveals new way of detecting subaortas

Thylakoids are found in the heart, lungs and brain.They are important to health and have been associated with a number…

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How to use this simple equation to create a waterproof membrane

How to use this simple equation to create a waterproof membrane

Wet and dry, the air is getting cleaner every day.It is also getting less breathable, less permeable and more prone…

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How to make the most of the cell membrane in your body

How to make the most of the cell membrane in your body

A new cell membrane that can trap and protect bacteria in a dish is coming to market soon, and the…

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Professor’s research on nanoscale membrane membranes reveals new potential for energy harvesting

Professor’s research on nanoscale membrane membranes reveals new potential for energy harvesting

Scientists at the University of Melbourne have discovered a new class of nanoparticles that can be used as a “professor’s”…

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How to recognise and treat a condition that causes more damage than it cures

A condition that’s far more damaging than it’s intended to be can make life hard for everyone, even the ones…

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