When healthy meets fast food

T.K. Pillan ’90, a mechanical engineering major while at MIT, now runs the largest vegan/vegetarian restaurant company in the U.S. Image courtesy of Veggie Grill. When healthy meets fast food T.K. Pillan ’90 created Veggie Grill, a completely plant-based, fast-casual ...

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How to talk to your child about suicide

It’s hard for parents to know whether, or how, they should address suicide with their children. Image credit: shutterstock How to talk to your child about suicide Unfortunately many lives are touched by suicide. And while you may want to ...

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Myths & mysteries: Has ET landed

Myths & mysteries: Has ET landed? Fatima Sajid EVEN though we know that Earth is a mysterious world and puzzling discoveries are made every day, it is still nothing when compared to our fascination with the cosmos. The majestic skies ...

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Prehistoric reptile one mile above McCarthy

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park geologist Mike Loso works at a base camp for a fossil search. Behind him rise the mountains where an ichthyosaur was rediscovered in August. Photo by Pat Druckenmiller Prehistoric reptile one mile above McCarthy Ned Rozell ...

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Banks’ Florilegium

Bougainvillea spectabilis Photo Credit: Courtesy photo Banks’ Florilegium The UCSB Library presents an exhibit that explores the scientific discoveries of legendary botanist Sir Joseph Banks By Jim Medina Amid scorching temperatures and surrounded by swarming flies, Sydney Parkinson sketched hundreds ...

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Cerebral Palsy app helps families worldwide

The CP Channel app will bring info to the fingertips Cerebral Palsy app helps families worldwide Queensland researchers will feature on a new app being released for World Cerebral Palsy Day today. University of Queensland Child Health Research Centre Professor ...

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