Malaria is a disease that the world should have already defeated completely. There is a cure, but cost and politics have prevented it from being distributed to 3rd-world countries in the quantities necessary to eradicate it altogether. The solution is to attack it at its source with a vaccine.
One may be right around the corner according to this infographic by AssayDepot.
Bees. We’ve all heard horror stories about people who are allergic to them. There’s even a phobia based around them. Are there more reasons to feat them than we even know? At least in one case based upon a mistake that a replacement beekeeper made in Brazil, there are potential challenges ahead of us in North America.
There are certain conditions that must be met for a state to be able to fully take advantage of solar energy – clear skies, good land, logistical benefits, etc. Our friends at 1bog explore the question and bring us the some answers.
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Over half of US households have pets. Many of these pets live inside and roam around the house. Many of these roamers spend time to some degree on the very place where our faces and heads reside for 8 hours a day.
Is it safe?
Take a look at this infographic by SleepBetter. It may be pretty darn eye-opening, as our feline and canine friends may be bad for our health. The solution? Keep your bedroom door shut.
“It’s no secret that our four-legged friends are carrying around a number of “friends” of their own. Have you thought about what they carry into your bed? Check out the infographic below (click it to see a larger version) from our Big Germ on Campus series and see how many Americans are sleeping with their best friend – and a few enemies.”