May 2019

Music Could Help the Brain Development of Preterm Babies

Premature babies tend to suffer from a number of deficiencies with the brain’s salience network, which is responsible for determining the importance of stimuli and communicating and coordinating responses with other brain networks, resulting in reduced cognitive function or difficulties managing emotions and social relationships later on

Premature babies tend to suffer from a number of deficiencies with the brain’s salience network, which is responsible for determining the importance of stimuli and communicating and coordinating responses with other brain networks, resulting in reduced cognitive function or difficulties managing emotions and social relationships later on.

Plastic in the Ocean Can Harm More Than Just Marine Life

The images of dolphins and other ocean creatures entangled in plastic waste are unfortunately all too familiar, but there is another living ocean organism that is being impacted by the plastic bottles, bags and other products that end up in the ocean.

The images of dolphins and other ocean creatures entangled in plastic waste are unfortunately all too familiar, but there is another living ocean organism that is being impacted by the plastic bottles, bags and other products that end up in the ocean. Prochlorococcus bacteria, the most numerous photosynthesizing organism in the world, which produces an estimated 10 percent of our oxygen are also in danger.

 

We All Know Processed Food is Bad for You, But Now There’s Proof

 Researchers and nutritionists have long theorized that ultra-processed food, in addition to being high in calories, sugar and fat while also low in fiber, cause you to overeat.

It’s no secret that, despite how good it may taste, processed food isn’t the healthiest option when it’s time to consider what to pack onto your plate. But surprisingly, until now, there hadn’t been much data to support this claim. Researchers and nutritionists have long theorized that ultra-processed food, in addition to being high in calories, sugar and fat while also low in fiber, cause you to overeat.

 

5G Wireless and the Weather

The natural frequency of water vapor, which is crucial to meteorologists, “may be degraded or lost due to growing interference from the broader adoption of 5G.

The wireless systems that deliver data to mobile phones (and so many other devices, including industrial robots, security cameras, drones and more)  are getting an upgrade; one that, according to The New York Times, will offer mobile internet speeds that allow “people to download entire movies within seconds and most likely

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