Articles and researches

January 7, 2020

How exoskeletons are strengthening Japan’s workforce | MNN

An aging population with fewer young people is an issue many countries will be dealing with in the coming decades, but Japan has already reached this […]
January 7, 2020

Why do these chimps like to throw rocks at trees? | MNN

Researchers recently discovered some unusual behavior in chimps living in the forests of West Africa. An adult male in the wild would pick up a rock, […]
January 7, 2020

60 ways to live a longer life | MNN

Back in the 13th century, English philosopher and scientist Roger Bacon proposed that aging was caused by the waning of vital spirit, or “innate moisture.” To […]
January 7, 2020

Rural community that lost two coal mines is now teaching kids to install solar panels | MNN

Colorado’s Delta County is named after a delta of arable land in the western Rocky Mountains, formed by the confluence of the Gunnison and Uncompahgre rivers. […]
January 7, 2020

Who doesn’t love an ugly Christmas sweater? | MNN

This is the year to let your inner Christmas geek shine. May the following ugly Christmas sweaters inspire you! The couple that wears ugly Christmas sweaters […]
January 7, 2020

How safe are edible, homemade gifts? | MNN

After one too many tacky ties or too-small sweaters, a gift of homemade jam or salsa can be a welcome respite from the overconsumption that permeates […]
January 7, 2020

Pets are good for your health, and we have the studies to prove it | MNN

If you have pets you already know the joy and love they bring to your life. Now science is confirming just how good they really are […]
January 7, 2020

10 things you should know about Ebola | MNN

Doctors without Borders has described Ebola as one of the world’s most deadly diseases. With a fatality rate of 50% to 90% and no vaccine to […]