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By Ayah Orynbay Have you ever taken a nap where you woke up even more tired than you were before falling asleep? Well, there are actually scientifically proven ways for you to prevent drowsiness and get the best results from your naps.  Napping not only feels good,...

By Valentina Ménager Koalas are fascinating animals. These cute and somewhat aggressive creatures are part of a specialized class of mammals called marsupials, animals that carry their young in a pouch. However, koalas are so different from every other marsupial; they survive off toxic leaves, sleep...

By Future Scientists Club Complete darkness. A region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape it. Is it really true? Scientists have been studying black holes for decades, and they’ve made some exciting discoveries. Black holes have a couple of...

By Gwyneth Vandenberg We are currently living through a sixth mass extinction, with the survival of nearly one million animal and plant species on our planet threatened by harmful human activities. The time to act is now. One of the largest wildlife conservation facilities in the...

By Maya Inaltong The human body is constantly reacting to stressors, whether internal or from the environment. Temporary stressors can activate healthy responses in the body, but consistent and long-term sources of stress can be damaging. When a stressor is detected, information about it is sent to...