NEPA Announces 66% Drop in Sightings of Lionfish

For past many years lionfish were destroying reefs and decimating native juvenile fish and crustaceans. But no more as Jamaica's National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) has reported a 66% decline in sightings of lionfish.


Biomass Carbon Capture and Storage can eliminate up to 65 Million tonnes of Carbon Dioxide in Australia by 2050

Current atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide are already said to be 40% above pre-industrial quantities. More concerning is that the level is rising. Therefore, efforts are needed that stop the procedure.


MIT Researchers Devise New Way to Harness Solar Power in the Dark

The sun provides us with 10,000 times of energy that we consume from all other available sources on the planet earth. Despite knowing such a potential of the Sun, the scientists have yet not been able to harness solar energy to an extent that all human power needs could be taken care of.


Maternal Overweight and Obesity Increase Risk of Fetal Death, Stillbirth and Infant Death

High maternal body mass index before or in early pregnancy is linked with an increased risk of stillbirth, says a novel study. Researchers from Imperial College London have found severely obese women having body mass index over 40 to be two to three times more likely to face complications.


More Than 200 Confirmed Cases of Mumps in Ohio

Public health officials have revealed on Monday that a mumps outbreak in central Ohio has affected more than 200 people. As of now, a total of 212 cases of the contagious viral illness have been confirmed. Of confirmed cases, 132 have been linked to Ohio State University, including 96 students and 13 staff members.


Casual Use of Marijuana is Enough to Cause Changes in Brain

Researchers have claimed that changes do occur in the brain of casual marijuana smokers, which is a harbinger of trouble ahead. The young adults in the study were not dependent on pot and they also did not have any marijuana-related problems.


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