World’s Largest Child Sacrifice

World’s Largest Child Sacrifice Valerie chisholm In Peru’s northern coast, they found the remains of 140 children and 200 llamas. During tests on ropes and articles of clothing found in the graves, they found that it was dated from 1400 to 1450, around 550 years ago. They found the remains in an

3D Printing food

3D Printing food Valerie Chisolm Jin-Hyu Rhee, a professor at Ewha Womans University in South Korea, created a way to potentially use a 3D printing technology to produce food. He discussed his ideas at the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biochemistry, during April 21-25, at the 2018 Experimental Biology meeting in

Depression

Valerie Chisholm 4/2/2018     Depression is much more common now than in the past. It is one of the most common mental illnesses today. In the United States, 16 million adults have had or currently have depression, which is 6.9 of the US population. 360 million people worldwide suffer from it. In teens,

Should high school start later?

Valerie Chisholm 3.9.18   Evidence shows that teenagers are seriously sleep deprived. A recent vote done by the National Sleep Foundation showed  that 60% of children and teens complained of being tired during the day, and 15% said they fell asleep at school. The american academy of sleep medicine said that middle and

Is Location On Social Media Bad?

Valerie Chisholm 03/2/18   Is location on social media bad? It can be used for some good and bad reasons. There are many location based social networks. Location based social networks use the gps in users phones and let you broadcast your location and other content to other users. Sharing location sometimes isn't

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