Monthly Archives: December 2017»

Resulting insecticide cuts bee sperm by nearly 40%, study proves

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

Discovery offer possible explanation for increasing deaths of honeybees in recent years, according to scientists The worlds most widely used insecticide is an inadvertent contraceptive for bees, cutting live sperm in males by nearly 40%, according to research. The analyse also proved the neonicotinoid pesticides cut the lifespan of the dronings by a third. The […]

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When #MeToo Becomes # YouToo

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

During its first weeks driving the zeitgeist, #MeToo seemed a rare moment of national near-consensus. Liberals, conservatives, socialists, libertarians–anybody who doesn’t earnestly own a transcript of Gorilla Mindset , really–agreed that it was good that females were finally sharing stories of sexual misconduct and harassment. Sentiment writers from The Federalist to Mother Jones nodded in […]

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Shanay Walker abuse demise: School and care workers criticised – BBC News

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

Image copyright Nottinghamshire Police Image caption Shanay Walker was described as a “lively, bubbly” child Teachers and social care faculty did not show enough “professional curiosity” in a girl who died after years of abuse by her aunt, a serious instance review said. Shanay Walker, 7, died from a brain injury at a house in […]

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A Pregnancy Announcement Just Took a Turn For The Worse

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

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Elisabeth Moss on The Handmaid’s Tale: ‘It is a feminist story’

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

The Mad Men actor on the sexual politics behind the years biggest Tv reveal and its eerie parallels with the Trump age We live in a different time than we lived in a year ago, says Elisabeth Moss. And I wish “were in” sitting here talking about this dystopian fictional world, and how glad we […]

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Food Allergies Connected To Overactive Immune System At Birth

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

One in every ten newborns in Melbourne develops a food allergy during their first year of life. New research has discovered children who are born with overly active immune cells are more likely to develop allergies to milk, eggs, peanuts, wheat and other common foods. This finding could lead to future therapies for newborns to […]

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Cancer drugs grown in chicken eggs may lower their cost

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

( CNN) Researchers in Japan may have found a route to produce cheaper narcotics that could be used to treat a range of illness from chicken eggs. They has been successful in genetically modified hens to render eggs containing large amounts of interferon beta protein, a protein used to treat various illness, including multiple sclerosis […]

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The Date You Devote Birth Has An Impact On Your Opportunities Of Suffering From Postpartum Depression

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

Around 10 percentage of women are affected by the so-called “baby blues” after giving birth. Now, new research shows that women who give birth in winter or springtime are less likely to get postpartum depression( PPD) than those who have newborns in the summer or fall. “We wanted to find out whether there are certain […]

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Khlo Kardashian Revealed Her Baby Bump On Instagram& It’s Gorgeous

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

After months of public supposition and scrutiny, Khloe Kardashian officially announced that she is pregnantwith boyfriend Tristan Thompson’s baby on Dec. 20. Fans of the 33 -year-old reality star have been waiting uneasily for verification from Kardashian herself since pregnancy rumors started circulating back in September 2017. In an Instagram post, Khloe debuted a black […]

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New Jersey Baby Born With Zika-Linked Birth Defects May Be First In Continental U.S.

Published in Odd and Fun on 31st December 2017

A Honduran woman infected with the rapidly spreading Zika virus dedicated birth to a baby with microcephaly, a serious birth defect linked to the virus, in New Jersey on Tuesday, The Record reported. The birth is the first reported case in the continental United States of the Zika-caused condition. The baby was born with a […]

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