If You Bought The Dip In Bitcoin And Ethereum, Here’s How Much You’d Have Now

Content Buy Crypto Our Services People Also Ask: Other Questions About Ethereum Many are of the opinion that Ethereum’s ongoing switch to the Proof of Stake model is only one of the many drivers that are going to dictate its price in the future. October 22, 2020 —PayPal introduces a crypto buying service to its …

Enhancing The Therapeutic Power of Music

Enhancing The Therapeutic Power of Music By Tiffany LiangVerbal psychotherapy is what we often think of when we hear “therapy.” However, therapists can run into challenges when using verbal psychotherapy with patients who suffer from major depression⁠—the disorder has been linked to difficulty in verbal expression. So, how else can a patient connect with their …

Hot or Cold? Why climate change affects disasters in different ways.

Hot or Cold? Why climate change affects disasters in different ways. By Chris Zhan Image: A Californian wildfire, taken on August 17, 2013, provided by the US Department of Agriculture.   You are standing on a giant precipice. On the left is a windfall into wildfires and heatwaves,  and on the right is a sheer drop …

Lethal Mutagenesis

Lethal Mutagenesis By Pei ChenAmidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been living under the shadows of viruses. While viruses have small genomes, they can compromise our health, and with it, our sanity and society. The original strain of SARS-CoV-2 was destructive, and its countless variants are even more daunting. In the past two years, we …

Do You Carry the Trauma of Your Ancestors?

Do You Carry the Trauma of Your Ancestors? By Sara AmareDo you ever wonder how your grandparents or past ancestors reacted during historical events? Well, your DNA might contain more knowledge. Researchers are beginning to study the relationship between intergenerational trauma and genetic expression to answer the question, “Does trauma end at the initial victim?”1 …

Giant Rodents Provide Insight into Cancer Paradox

Giant Rodents Provide Insight into Cancer Paradox By Julia Wong Capybaras have recently taken the internet by storm. Not only are these giant guinea pig relatives undeniably cute, but they also have the personalities to match. Nicknamed the “coconut doggy” for its friendly disposition and coconut-like fur, the capybara gained traction across social media for …

Bugs in Your Stomach

Bugs in Your Stomach By Leighton Pu Microbes—a constellation of bacteria, viruses, fungi— typically exist on the scale of micrometers. These tiny organisms are everywhere and constantly go undetected by the naked human eye.But despite their less-than-impressive size, microbes can have an incredibly profound impact on public health. Some of the most devastating diseases have been …

Actinides: Radiation for Remission

Actinides: Radiation for Remission By Noah Bussell Take neptunium, plutonium, and actinium—these “things” may sound fake, or perhaps it seems that they belong alongside the jargon of a Madeleine L’Engle novel. However, these are actually a few of the rare and radioactive elements known as “actinides” (sometimes referred to as f-block elements because of their location …

Self-Esteem, Narcissism, and Boulder-Pushing

Self-Esteem, Narcissism, and Boulder-Pushing By Leighton Pu One Greek myth tells the story of a man named Sisyphus, who was condemned to an eternal afterlife of boulder-pushing for escaping death twice. Regardless of his efforts, he has and never will get the boulder to the top of the mountain. Anyone trying to attain high self-esteem may …