Outdoor recreation such as hiking and cycling can take a toll on wildlife

Researchers say outdoor recreation can change the way animals behave, removing them from critical habitats. This endangers the safety of Washington wildlife such as the mountain lion. Image courtesy of the National Park Service In western Washington, it appears as if a backpass or mountain range can be seen in almost every direction. With Three … Read more

The Horizon League offers mental health grants to member organizations

Story links *Released with permission of Horizon League* Indianapolis – The Horizon League, in conjunction with its Board of Directors, announced this week a historic $550,000 investment of league resources to address mental health issues at every Horizon League organization. “Our student-athletes are often more prone to mental health concerns than the average college student. … Read more

One day, you may be able to eat your way out of the cold

When it comes to curing disease with food, quackery goes too far. Over the centuries, raw garlic has been touted as a home remedy for everything from chlamydia to the common cold. The Renaissance included cures for the plague Figs soaked in hyssop oil. During the 1918 influenza pandemic, Native Americans Onion wolf or raucous … Read more

The future of strength training

This article originally appeared trail runner Getting stronger is simple: Lift heavy things, put them down, and repeat. According to a new review led by researchers from the U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, you should use heavy weights that you can lift one to five times through a full range of motion, and … Read more

New grant from the National Institutes of Health to fund Alzheimer’s research | Carle Illinois College of Medicine

Researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology will use a unique set of imaging technologies to study Alzheimer’s disease on a scale never seen before. Jonathan Swedler, Carley Illinois College of Medicine Professor of Biomedical Sciences and Translation and Professor of Chemistry, and Van Lamm, CI MED Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences … Read more

Samsung Galaxy S23 vs iPhone 14: Specs Comparison

Apple’s iPhone 14 now has a new competitor: the Samsung Galaxy 23. Announced during the company’s latest Unpacked event along with a slate of new Galaxy books, the S23 series is available for pre-order starting this week on February 17th. The new phones come with faster performance, larger batteries, and updated selfie cameras, with the … Read more