Category Archives: Elizabeth Armstrong Moore

Can snacking at night put you at risk for skin cancer?

Eating when we should be sleeping could disrupt our skin’s ability to protect itself from the sun’s harmful rays, researchers now say. Continue reading

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Impact of massive salmon escape might not be known for years

More than a week after a major net failure at a salmon farm near Seattle, it’s still unclear how many fish escaped and what the damage to the surrounding ecosystem could be. Continue reading

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People are now getting their ivory fix from woolly mammoths

The hunt is on for frozen tusks from the extinct woolly mammoth, and NPR reports that it’s making people rich in otherwise poor regions of Siberia. Continue reading

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Odd but true: Don’t use hair conditioner after a nuclear strike

It might be the strangest advice imaginable for survivors of a nuclear attack: Don’t use hair conditioner. Continue reading

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Study: Light drinking may be healthier than abstaining

Boozing it up heavily has been linked to all manner of ills, from car crashes and broken relationships to cancer, but a daily drink (or two for men) may offer heart and other health benefits that teetotalers are missing out on. Continue reading

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