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  • 7 things to know about the longest day of the year

    22 Jun, 2017

    The summer solstice is upon us: June 20th and the 21st were the longest days of 2017 for anyone living north of the equator. Technically speaking, the summer solstice occurs when the sun is directly overhead the Tropic of Cancer, or 23.5° north...


  • Stress and College Students

    19 Jun, 2017

    Stress is the body’s reaction to physical, chemical, emotional, or environmental factors. These can range from extreme, life-threatening situations to the simple and everyday challenges of life. 


  • Weight-related deaths can affect non-obese too

    13 Jun, 2017

    Of the 4 million deaths attributed to being overweight in 2015, nearly 40% were not considered clinically obese. "People who shrug off weight gain do so at their own risk - risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer and other...


  • Meet SoeriantoYuma, the 10-year-old Australian app developer who met Tim Cook

    12 Jun, 2017

    Yuma Soerianto, a 10-year-old app developer from Melbourne, Australia, was the youngest attendee at Apple's developers' conference this week. He has created five apps currently in the App Store, and runs his own YouTube channel to teach coding...


  • A world first - This giant machine sucks CO2 directly from air

    7 Jun, 2017

    For the first time in the world, Climeworks, a Swiss company, has developed a commercial plant that captures atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the air and then uses it to grow vegetables.