Start now and give the gift of plants this Christmas

Apparently there are people who start thinking about Christmas with the arrival of spring’s first blowfly. By the end of October they have their shopping done and menus sorted. The gardeners among them will have ordered lilium or hippeastrum bulbs and timed the planting of them to make a stupendous…

Second-Gene Alteration Now Possible To Treat Cancer

Radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and medical surgery are the most famous methods the patients had undergone in order to treat cancer. Aside from these medical treatments, we also urge people to live a healthy lifestyle to avoid further health complications. However, we also know that even with these two “proven” treatments, it…

So You’re Vaccinated Against Covid. Now What?

As you surely know, this country’s covid vaccination effort has been plagued by major birth pangs: registration snafus, poor communication, faulty data and a scant supply of vaccine — all exacerbated by inequitable allocation, alleged political favoritism and unseemly jockeying for shots. Still, as of Friday, over 118 million shots…

6 Ways to Beat WFH Burnout Now

WE’LL GIVE YOU the good news first: Surveys show that one side effect of the pandemic is that we’re all more productive. Whoop, whoop! The bad news: Some experts think it’s because so many of us are working longer hours. American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger, Ph.D., first popularized the term burnout…

Now closer to reality: Prosthetics that can feel

Humans do a lot of things with their hands: We squeeze avocados at the grocery story, scratch our dogs behind the ears and hold our significant others’ hands. They are things that many people who have lost limbs can’t do. CU Boulder biomedical engineer Jacob Segil is working to bring…