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Want a hot stock tip? Avoid this type of investment fund

“Buy low and sell high” says the old adage about investing in the stock market. But a relatively new type of investment fund is luring unsophisticated investors into buying when values are at their highest, resulting in losses almost...
15-Jan-2021 10:20 AM EST Add to Favorites

COVID-19 vaccine creates incentive to improve our health

While we wait for our turn to get vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, we could – and probably should – use the time to make sure we bring our healthiest emotional and physical selves to the treatment, a new review of previous research suggests.
13-Jan-2021 2:00 PM EST Add to Favorites

“Old Faithful” cosmic eruption shows black hole ripping at star

An international group of scientists who study space have discovered an astronomical “Old Faithful” – an eruption of light flashing about once every 114 days on a nearly predictable schedule.
12-Jan-2021 1:25 PM EST Add to Favorites

Protecting lungs from ventilator-induced injury

An unfortunate truth about using mechanical ventilation to save lives is that the pressure can cause further lung damage. Scientists are working to boost a natural cellular process in pursuit of a therapy that could lower the chances for lung damage...
12-Jan-2021 8:50 AM EST Add to Favorites

Scientists develop a cheaper method that might help create fuels from plants

Scientists have figured out a cheaper, more efficient way to conduct a chemical reaction at the heart of many biological processes, which may lead to better ways to create biofuels from plants.
8-Jan-2021 9:20 AM EST Add to Favorites

Why buying some conceptual art is like “owning nothingness”

What exactly did the Crystal Bridges Museum get when it bought the artwork “Untitled” (L.A.), 1991 for $7.8 million? “From a legal perspective, absolutely nothing,” a law professor says.
6-Jan-2021 10:05 AM EST Add to Favorites

Using artificial intelligence to find new uses for existing medications

Scientists have developed a machine-learning method that crunches massive amounts of data to help determine which existing medications could improve outcomes in diseases for which they are not prescribed.
31-Dec-2020 1:25 PM EST Add to Favorites

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Study: In social media safety messages, the pictures should match the words

When using social media to nudge people toward safe and healthy behaviors, it’s critical to make sure the words match the pictures, according to a new study. After looking at social media posts, parents of young children were better able to recall...
31-Dec-2020 8:10 AM EST Add to Favorites


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How the pandemic revealed cracks in global supply chains

At the start of the pandemic, Americans were shocked by empty store shelves as global supply chains sputtered to keep up with demand. But the end of the pandemic is unlikely to solve many of the issues with global supply chains.
7-Dec-2020 12:25 PM EST

Glacial ice will likely hold records of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers say

Ice from glaciers around the world, undisturbed for centuries, show changes in how societies functioned throughout history – and will likely hold a record of the current impact of the COVID-19 pandemic for future generations.
7-May-2020 10:35 AM EDT

Parents shouldn’t feel they have to be teachers, too

In the wake of COVID-19, children across the country were sent home from school, many with suggested assignments and learning activities. The last thing parents should do is stress themselves about making their child complete all of these school...
19-Mar-2020 8:40 AM EDT

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Ohio State ethics and public health expert available to discuss coronavirus outbreak and the implications of quarantine, travel restrictions and other measures

30-Jan-2020 9:00 AM EST

How our chocolate consumption threatens rare primates

1-Nov-2019 7:05 AM EDT

"We proved that women could certainly stand the rigors of Antarctica"

As the world watches the first all-female spacewalk, looking back at another glass-ceiling-busting milestone: The first all-female research expedition to Antarctica.
18-Oct-2019 8:05 AM EDT

6 things we know--and don't--about the Moon, 50 years later

As the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission, Wayne Schlingman, director of the Arne Slettebak Planetarium at The Ohio State University, explains what that first moon landing taught us and what we still have to learn about...
18-Jul-2019 2:05 PM EDT

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Water quality expert @STRIVElab available to discuss concerns about proposed cutbacks to Clean Water Act protections for wetlands & streams.

11-Jun-2019 2:05 PM EDT

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