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Study says ketones improve brain function of obese individuals

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments The article above talks about how taking ketones (I'm not sure which kind or what amounts) three times a day for fourteen days helped to improve things like working memory, processing speed, and brain circulation (blood flow to more

Nematodes produce milk for their young?

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments This essentially says that Caenorhabditis elegans nematodes produce a milk-like substance for their young (and sacrifice themselves in the process). It's very interesting. They think this might have implications for slowing human more

Language and music learning go together, both ways

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Pseudo-teriyaki eggs

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Today, a relative and I made a modified version of the following recipe, an it turned out great: Here's approximately what we did: Ingredients: • 6 eggs • Sesame oil (to oil the pan) • ½ teaspoon cinnamon • ½ teaspoon fenugreek • ¾ more

Comorbid apathy and anxiety

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by Radishrain • | | 1 comment This section of this Wikipedia article (as seen on 12 May 2021) highlights an important phenomenon that seems to be rarely discussed and rarely understood--namely, how anxiety can not only occur at the same time as apathy, but how anxiety can more

Using viruses to fight cancer

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No feral dogs in Australia?

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I just read an article that said almost all the feral dogs in Australia were actually pure Dingos, or else Dingo hybrids. Here it is: dingo_

Favorite string cheese

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My favorite string cheese is currently one I just tried: Frigo Cheese Heads Original String. Here's the barcode: 041716840887. Anyway, it has that nice squeaky/rubbery feel on my teeth and that nice taste peculiar to cheese curds. However, despite the texture, it's quite soft, and more

Tuna fish sandwich recipes

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
So, I just made some tuna fish sandwiches. They turned out pretty good, in a tangy, peppery sort of way. Here's what I did: I mixed two cans of Winco tuna in water (drained) with some mayonnaise, a quartered and sliced tomato, several slices of pickled banana peppers (I don't think they're more

Eletric eels hunting in a group

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments The link above is to an article about how researchers saw many electric eels intelligently work together to hunt prey. So, they say electric eels aren't just solitary predators after all.

Arginine helps increase common carp survival against ammonia

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments The linked article above talks about how arginine in fish food helps common carp resist ammonia better. arginine_ fish_food ammonia_

Pregnant sheep benefit from more shearing

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments The link above talks about how pregnant sheep sheared more often had lower cotisol levels (which they took to mean the sheep were less stressed and in better condition). cortisol_ stress_ pregnancy_ wool_

Powdered fern leaves good for carp

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments The link above talks about how fern (Adiantum capillus-veneris) leaf powder improves immunity and growth of common carp. I wonder if they'll put it in fish food for goldfish, too. fern_ leaf_powder powder_ greens_ goldfish_

Dinosaurs may have swum across the ocean

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments What if dinosaurs primarily lived in the ocean? Has anyone done any deep sea archeology, lately? The article doesn't speculate about that. ocean_

Vitamin D during pregnancy affects child's IQ

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments This sounds pretty good to know about, if it's true. study_ iq_ vitamin_ vitamin_d pregnancy_ baby_ brain_ development_

Average human body temperature declining?

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments The above article talks about how the average human body temperature, among healthy adults, in at least certain areas of the world, is declining. They have some hypotheses about why this is the case. I have my own. more

Amount of support from friends

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments This article tells about how it seems better for you (with regard to support) if your support group members know and support each other (rather than just you). friends_

N-acetylglucosamine might treat multiple sclerosis

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments breast_milk milk_ multiple_sclerosis sugar_

Leech that can survive extreme, extreme cold!

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments This article talks about the extreme cold-tolerance of Ozobranchus jantseanus, a leech of freshwater turtles. This leech can survive being frozen in liquid nitrogen (-320.8° F, or -196°C) for 24 hours. It can more

Cooking milk to enhance flavor?

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I discovered that if I cook milk just right, and then refrigerate it, that it gets a desirable vanilla-like taste to it. Very interesting. I cooked it on low or medium-low heat for a long time. Think like over 30 minutes. It was Gteat Value vitamin D milk.

What to do with hamburgers when you're out of ketchup

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When you're out of ketchup for your hamburgers you can do any of the following things: • Appreciate them without ketchup (not my personal favorite, but they are appreciable). • Make your own make-shift ketchup from canned tomatoes, salt, vinegar, and something like onion greens. • Instead more

Brownish gray grasshopper

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
Here's another species of grasshopper in our garden. This is one of the kinds that is often found on roads and dry soil. when mature (this one isn't mature), they make a sound when they fly, and they have black with yellow shown on their open wings. I saw a similar adult on our property, today, more

Immature two-striped grasshopper on tomato plant

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Here's a young two-striped grasshopper on a Chris Ukrainian tomato plant. This picture was taken today.

Very ornamental grasshopper

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
I'm trying to identify a cool grasshopper that frequents our property, although it's not the dominant kind by a long shot. It looks a lot like, and may be, Schistocerca shoshone, the green bird grasshopper, or green valley grasshopper. They are huge, though. They probably get over three more

Pill bug myths

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by Radishrain • | | 0 comments
So, I was thinking today that pill bugs have a lot of legs. I figured they must not be insects. So, I looked them up to find out what they were, and Wikipedia says they're crustaceans. Then I found the following article: more
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