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Article Image News Link • Global by Physics Girl

Lesson 19 (Voltage, Resistance and Current) of Dianna's Intro Physics Class on Physics Girl. Never taken physics before? Want to learn the basics of physics? Need a review of AP Physics concepts before the exam? This course is for you!

Article Image News Link • Global, By Nick Lavars

Controversy has shrouded the once-common plasticizer BPA since studies started to highlight its links to a whole range of adverse health effects in humans, but recent research has also shown that its substitutes mightn't be all that safe either.

Article Image News Link • Global, By Ben Coxworth

Once it's been injured, the protective cartilage in our knees and other joints heals very slowly – if at all. A new injectable gel, however, could both reinforce the tissue after it's been damaged, and encourage new cartilage to grow over top of it

Article Image News Link • Global, by Robert Wheeler

The recent warnings of an imminent collapse in the U.S. aren't paranoia or typical doom saying by writers warning of crashes for three decades. These warnings are just common sense. Take a look at the news reports quietly being published in mainstr

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Dr. Judy Mikovits, PhD, provides an update on vaccines/education/mandates; vaccine whistleblowers, dangers of covid-19 vaccine (actually gene therapy shots), talks about her being assaulted and thrown off a flight for not wearing the 'appropriate mas

Article Image News Link • Global, By Ben Coxworth

When a patient is receiving medication, it can be difficult to determine how much of the drug is actually making its way into their bloodstream. A new subdermal "tattoo" could help, thanks to its color-changing gold nanoparticles.