Research finds mislabeled fish is a dangerous example of false advertising. Food inspectors and non-profit groups have been testing the integrity of tuna and other fish found and enjoyed in supermarkets and restaurants. The results are less than comforting. Oceana, a non-profit group seeking to protect the ocean and aquatic life, found that almost 60%READ MORE
Do people in higher socio-economic positions tend to act out of greed? Professor Paul Piff at UC Berkeley recently conducted a study attempting to see if there was some type of correlation between a person’s socio-economic status and the way they conduct themselves morally and ethically. Piff felt compelled to disprove the popular conservative stereotypeREAD MORE
It’s not that comfortable, yet comes with many benefits. Most people might think of a shower as a daily ritual that is equal parts hygiene and relaxation: as soap bubbles and cascades down both body and drain, the warm water eases both muscle and mind in its heated caress. However, a small amount of scientificREAD MORE
Modern medicine has yet to come up with a comprehensive treatment for tinnitus. Anyone that has ever been to a long, loud concert or a club with an appropriately large sound system has no doubt experienced that constant, high, tinny sound reverberating inside the ear drums. However, people who have been exposed to loud enoughREAD MORE
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