Graphene is the most promising new material out there, likely to revolutionize the way we do or build almost anything. It’s pure carbon, and totally amazing. Trace shows us all the different ways this material could change life on Earth.
Today, Afghans have one of the lowest life expectancies (44 years) and highest infant mortality rates (over 150 deaths per thousand live births) in the world. Continued armed conflict makes security tenuous for Afghan civilians, who find it difficult to obtain basic services when much of the country is inaccessible to international assistance agencies.
In such conditions, doctors are working really hard, as you can see on these meaningful black and white pictures.
It’s what post-Fukushima Japan fears the most; cancer. Amid allegations of government secrecy, worrying new claims say a cancer cluster has developed around the radiation zone and that the victims are children.
November 13, 1987 in order to promote “safe sex” and prevent the spread of the AIDS epidemic, the television channel BBC BBC first showed the commercial advertising of condoms.
From that moment on the international level, has begun a serious social campaign to inform people about how to protect themselves from the main “disease of the century.”
Which is more nutritious – Fresh or Frozen?
Depression strikes millions each year, often with debilitating consequences. This psychological disorder is so common that it is sometimes referred to as the “common cold” of mental health, with nearly 10% of the population suffering from a depressive disorder at any given time.
Depression also has a high cure rate. Effective treatments exist to help bring people’s lives back under control. Yet tragically many people suffering from this illness go without diagnosis and treatment. Sometimes to overcome depression there is enough to follow a few simple tips. Here they are.