Save light to save life- new UW–Madison study

We are familiar with how turning off lights and purchasing energy-saving appliances affects our finances. According to new research by researchers of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, we establish that cutting back on energy also saves lives and results in more…

Shocking Increase of Firearm Related Deaths in U.S. Children

Deaths related to the firearm are immensely increasing in children around the United States. The homicide rate in the U.S. is 6 to 9 folds higher than the other developing countries. In the latest study, researchers examined the death trends…

New Chief Nursing Executive of Cedar-Sinai

Cedars-Sinai, after an extensive search, has appointed David R. Marshall as the chief nursing executive and senior vice president. Marshall has an experience of thirty years in healthcare from proficiency in nursing leadership to even bedside nursing. Marshall previously served…

Animal Abuse and Reasons behind It

As states all over America have started announcing heavy punishments for cruelty against animals, researchers from Michigan State University have found the relationship between the person committing animal abuse and the animal or its owner. Professor of the urban and…

What Do Gardens Bring to Urban Ecosystems?

“A healthy community requires healthy soil.” This theory spurred a group of researchers, community garden practitioners and farmers to leap into the opportunities and challenges of urban farming. Their hard work may stress how urban soil could be a human…