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  • Jul 15 2021

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    Overheard conversation:Person 1: I really like the new serum I got; it has hyaluronic acid in it. Person 2: What exactly is hyaluronic acid?Person 1: I don’t really know; I just know it’s good for your skin.  Hyaluronic acid sells. It’s in serums, moisturizers, and masks. So, does it help our skin? ...

  • Jun 29 2021

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    The first report of the fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) was made in 1973 by Jones and Smith. A lot of focus and advice since has been given to expectant mothers. But what about fathers? Does men’s health and behavior pre-conception impact on fetal development? Specifically, does paternal alcohol consum...

  • May 16 2021

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    If you’ve read my last post, you may know I had not much choice when I decided to leave Italy for a PhD abroad. In some ways, during my whole life, I felt I was going to leave and become one of those brains escaping the country (the brain drain is a massive problem in Italy). What I had not known wa...

  • Mar 24 2021

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    Let's take a simple example. You head to your nearest bakery for a quick snack. You are left famished by the plenitude of choices essentially thrown at you. Should you go for a "Chocolate donut with sparkles" or any other 25 variants of a donut?   Read the full blog HERE!

  • October 5 2020

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    “The book to read is not the one that thinks for you, but the one that makes you think.” – Happer Lee Literature review is often considered by researchers to be one of the toughest aspects of paper writing. Literature review begins with searching for and finding of relevant papers to cite in suppor...

  • October 1 2020

      As per the CDC, in 2018, an estimated 16 million people in the United States live with a smoking-related disease, and 1 out of 5 deaths is due to cigarette smoking. Smoking-related maladies can vary from cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, osteoporosis, and lung diseases like chronic obstruct...

  • June 11 2020

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    Eighteenth-century philosopher David Hume may not be the first person to come to mind when one talks about the discourse of science. Yet his formulation of the problem of induction both enlightened and plagued Western scientists on the philosophy of science and how to talk about the nature of realit...

  • May 12 2020

     “We called it MOTHER earth, and now we are making HER hot”. Yes, I often quote this to my friends and they laugh. Though this appears in a lighter vein, it is a major issue we are facing and this has a lot to ponder on. Global warming is something similar to suicide bombing. We, the most intellige...