Antarctica: the final frontier Science 

Antarctica: the final frontier

With a total size of 14,000,000 square kilometres (5,400,000 square miles) and a population of 1,106, Antarctica has one of the lowest human densities in the world. However, amongst those 1,106 individuals currently living in the southernmost continent on Earth is a vast majority of scientists. Indeed, the population currently calling Antarctica home are a large group of international scientists... Read More
too much salt Science 

Salt, the natural additive we tend to overconsume

The most commonly consumed rock in the world features in every single person’s daily diet and can have a fairly important impact on our health. Whether or not you realise it, salt figures in almost every single product we consume in some amount, and although not as dangerous as sugar or fats, overconsumption of it has been linked to a... Read More
iPhone X is extremely expensive News Technology 

iPhone X is extremely expensive

iPhone X costs $999.00 to $1,149.00 U.S. dollars which is absurd amount of money for something that is called a phone. Think about it… For that much money you can buy a high-end i7 laptop with touchscreen or an amazing gaming machine that will run great for many years. If you cannot afford to buy the new iPhone X outright,... Read More
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Reducing your sugar consumption is easier than you’d think

Diabetes. Tooth decay. Triglycerides. Heart disease. Stroke. Weakened immune system. Any guesses as what the common link is? Sugar. For decades now, sugar levels in our foods have steadily increased, leading to a multitude of unwanted health problems. Our overconsumption of sugar has led many to consider cutting their overall intake, a task that is easier said than done considering... Read More
Gluten Free Diets A Tale of Two Sides Science 

Gluten Free Diets: A Tale of Two Sides

Gluten free products have flooded the market after it was revealed that a relatively large proportion of the population had some sort of allergy to gluten, a common protein found in wheat, rye and barley. Although present in just those grains, their use is so widespread that your condiments and ice cream may have traces of gluten in them. For... Read More

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