WCAS Undergraduate Seminar: Explaining Science

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Put that down! You don’t want to overdose on that glass of water, do you? Some substance might have left its imprint into the liquid’s memory, creating a potent drug…

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If researchers at the US Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have their way, the cooking-

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According to Greek mythology, the titan Prometheus had his liver eaten out every night by an eagle as a punishment for giving fire to humans.

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You can’t move. You can’t speak. You can’t eat or drink. But yet you can still think.

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Patients in persistent vegetative states are unable to move, communicate, or respond to their surroundings.

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Did you know that many women with health insurance are unable to have testing that could truly save their lives?

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You might believe you are independent, extraordinary and free - that you choose your destiny and sky’s the limit.

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It’s time to swap your running shoes for a pair of…high heels?  A recent

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Mothers have always nagged their kids to eat their fruits and vegetables.  Unfortunately, less than 25% of Americans heed their mother’s advice and consume the recommended 5 servings of fruits and

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We are all guilty of a behavior our parents have long accused: ignoring the facts we don’t like and “hearing what we want to hear.”  This pattern appears not only in dealing with the facts of every