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Category Archives: A bit of fun for a Friday
A new Symphony of Science video in the “Secret of the Stars” series has been released. http://youtu.be/BuxFXHircaI Enjoy!
The New York Times Well blog has a quiz, along with links to the Institute of Medicine report on waste in the American health care system. How well did you do?
New from Riskbites, fun and information on turkey, tofurky, and, snoozing the day away. Enjoy! There’s a common belief that the tryptophan in turkey is responsible for post-thanksgiving dinner lethargy. But how about the the vegetarian tofurkey? Risk Bites … Continue reading
A bit of fun – and safety tips – for a Friday from our friends at Mind the Science Gap. There are certain traditions a family holds sacred, and for my family, that’s Thanksgiving Dinner. We always have Mom’s made-from-whatever-fell-out-of-the-fridge-and-yet-tastes-awesome stuffing, … Continue reading
For the newest Symphony of Science video, “We Are Stardust,” click here.
Take a break from your studying & visit your favorite Zingerman’s location. March marks their 30th anniversary & they’re celebrating!
From the New York Times: TONIGHT, thousands of Americans will sit down to a dinner of warmed-up leftovers or delivery pizza. Their dogs and cats, meanwhile, will feast like epicureans, beneficiaries of a foodie revolution that has transformed many kitchens … Continue reading
From our friends at the Mind the Science Gap blog: If you picked up this month’s Scientific American or listened to The Diane Rehm Show on NPR last week, you may be worried about the impending apocalypse. Yes, that’s right. … Continue reading