Shutdowns, lethal viruses, typhoons and meteorites — much of this year’s science news seemed to come straight from the set of a Hollywood disaster movie. But there were plenty of feel-good moments, too. Space exploration hit a new high, cash poured in to investigate that most cryptic of human organs, the brain, and huge leaps were made in stem-cell therapies and the treatment of HIV. Here, captured in soundbites, statistics and summaries, is everything you need to know about the science that mattered in 2013.
Happy New Year! Today, we embark on a new year and a fresh start in our continued journey toward better health and happier lives. But before we leave 2013 behind, lets revisit the top 10 articles of the past year, based on number of page views.
These are the articles that captivated you most, and they cover some of the most cutting-edge advances in natural health — like how to use intermittent fasting to live longer and a ketogenic diet for cancer recovery.
Urine can reveal important information about your bodys waste elimination process, providing clues about your overall health status.
Your urine changes color depending on what foods you eat, what medications and supplements you take, how much water you drink, how active you are, and the time of the day.
Like any list, ours is not perfect and is open for debate. There is no single opinion that trumps all when it comes to which school is the “best”. Ultimately every student has different needs regarding the type and academic rigor of a program, campus culture, as well as cost, lifestyle, and career focus. Our hope is that this list is a starting point for students to discover the schools that are the best fit for them.