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  • Novel Covid-19, What is Going on Now?

    During all of the uncertainty going on in the world, a quick recap of recent news over the pandemic is deemed necessary. Cory Harow, a doctor, is entrusting medical professionals to come up with a cure. The info given in the news or on social media can sometimes be overwhelming. The best info and protocols

  • Are Electric Cars Worth The High Price?

    Electric cars, like Tesla’s, are very expensive and many wonder if they are worth it. In the end, investors like Helen Lee Schifter, believe that electric cars are the way of the future. With carbon emissions heating the earth to 1.5 degrees celsius, there could be an irreversible impact on the environment and electric cars

  • How New Technology by LifeWave Can Help Activate Stem Cells

    It seems information about stem cells is everywhere these days. That’s with good reason since these unique cells hold remarkable potential for improving health and wellness as scientific understanding of them increases. However, even as understanding in the scientific community changes, there is still plenty of work to be done in educating everyday people in

  • 5 Tech Devices That Give You a Greener Home

    Many people associate an eco-friendly lifestyle with decreased technology usage. Others believe that living off the grid is the only way to truly live an environmentally-sound life. While there’s nothing wrong with limiting your use of technology or living off the grid, it’s not necessary to do either to protect and respect the environment. In

  • Sleep Trackers Help You Get More Rest

    There are a wide variety of things that can keep you from getting a sound night’s rest. Things like stress, ill health, discordant surroundings, noise levels, and even your own snoring. Before you go see your physician for help in getting a better night’s rest, why not invest a little time and money in one

  • 5 Ways to Generate Leads Through Email Marketing

    These days, most people spend the majority of their free time using the internet. Therefore, it’s no wonder that many companies want to market their products or services to these individuals. Many companies often implement email campaigns to reach online-based customers. It’s important to remember that you’re going to be competing for coveted space in

  • US Military Testing Bug Size Drones

    It’s a Kurt Vonnegut fantasy come true; the United State Military is toying with the idea of using tiny nano drones no bigger than a bumble bee for scoping out enemy positions in Afghanistan and for spying on our enemies in places like Iran and North Korea to see what kind of mischief they’re up

  • When Biohacking Goes Wrong

    Biohacking can be defined simply as performing experimental procedures on your own body for the purpose of enhancement. Operating outside the traditional lab or medical environment, biohackers exploit cutting-edge scientific theories and technologies to do things like ingest newly-synthesized drugs, perform self-surgery and even reformulate their DNA. While some experiments appear to be harmless, others

  • Combat Aging with Science Based Medicine

    The body is made up of trillions of cells whose functions are to keep our body operating and working in proper healthy condition. Because of the importance of the health of these cells, research into science based medicine that improves cellular functions, communications, and connections has increased over the years. ASEA has focused on finding

  • Scientists Have Found a New Way to Transform Sunlight Into Power

    Researchers from Rice University have developed a new way to extract more energy from solar radiation, potentially making photovoltaic cells more efficient than ever before. Their setup harnesses the power of hot electrons, which are highly kinetic electrons created when photons from the sun strike material within a photovoltaic panel. Hot electrons usually decay within