Krista H

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Fast Fridays: Sparkling Napkin with Decorative Stitch Border

<b></b> <b></b><b></b>As the air conditioning blows softly on the back of your neck, let us be among the first to remind you that Summer is sneaking away and Fall and …

Sewing

New research shows that almost everybody will develop at least one mental disorder

Despite their familiarity, however, these kinds of episodes are typically considered unusual, and even shameful.<p>New research, from our lab and from others around the world, however, suggests mental illnesses are so common that almost everyone will develop at least one diagnosable mental disorder at …

Mental Health

New Treatment 'Reverses' Alzheimer’s Disease

Ten patients suffering from various degrees of age-related cognitive decline have seemingly had their lives transformed after receiving a new form of …

Wintergatan - Marble Machine (music instrument using 2000 marbles)

The art that shows what goes on deep in the human brain

<b>From scary sleep paralysis, to recalling memories that never happened, a new exhibition is exploring the art inspired by human consciousness. Here, we see how artists have interpreted moments from the mind.</b><p>Do you dream sweet dreams each night - drifting gently in and out of sleep? Or is the …

Neurophilosophy

Brain damaged violinist makes music for first time in 27 years with mind-reading technology

Violinist Rosemary Johnson has spent the last 27 years coming to terms with the reality she would never make music again, following a devastating car crash. A member of the Welsh National Opera Orchestra she was destined to become a world class musician before the road accident in 1988, which left …

Flute

Nova Scotia salmon farmed on land brought to market

Sustainable Fish Farming has spent eight years developing tank system<p>A Nova Scotia company that's spent eight years developing a system to farm fish …

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Sept. 12: Your daily horoscope

<b>IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY</b><p>You will do something special over the coming 12 months, that much is certain, but for best results you must not scatter your energies in too many directions. Focus on your top two or three aims and don't let anything or anyone distract you.<p><b>ARIES (March 21 - April …

Astrology

Scientists have discovered why running makes you happy

If you're a big runner like me you know what I'm talking about when I describe that euphoric feeling you get in the middle of your workout — when your feet feel like they are floating over the ground and you can almost hear the air dancing past you.<p>It turns out it's not all in your mind.<p>Scientists …

Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime

From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges<p>Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes, and flash flooding are no longer a threat to human life. Or a time when flying from London to …

Time Travel

Why Google Is Going All In On Diabetes

Millions of people with diabetes prick a finger more than five times a day to monitor their blood glucose levels. It's a painful and expensive process.<p>But now, Google's Life Sciences division is putting its immense resources behind new initiatives aimed at helping them better live with the …

Diabetes

Missing in Ottawa? Government transparency

Love to chat. What’s your gmail address? Evan Solomon on the information problem in Ottawa<p>There are “pretend” problems and “real” problems. At least, …

Cats Are Not Dependent on Humans, Study Shows

Pets