Simple Solutions to Sun Glare Can Help Drivers Save a Life

Simple Solutions to Sun Glare Can Help Drivers Save a Life

Monge & Associates, an Atlanta, Georgia-based law firm, states that sun glare can easily be a contributing factor to tragic motor vehicle accidents. In fact, a recent medical journal study found that certain times of day are worse to drive in and simply finding the right pair of sunglasses for driving could save a life.







Food Waste Resonates Beyond the Trash Bin

Food Waste Resonates Beyond the Trash Bin

Here’s a thought to chew on before you toss out that unfinished meal or oddly shaped fruit or vegetable: U.S. consumers waste nearly a pound of food per person per day. So says a study published today by a team of Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and university scientists in the journal PLOS ONE.



The First All-Vegan Fine Foods Market and Café in Fort Lauderdale

The First All-Vegan Fine Foods Market and Café in Fort Lauderdale

Vegan Fine Foods, America’s All-Vegan Market™, will hold its Grand Opening celebration festivities on April 20 to 22, starting with a carrot ribbon-cutting ceremony at 2:30 pm Friday the 20th. The weekend of activities will include prizes, product promotions, and food sampling.



Exploring Algae for Sustainable Nutrition

Exploring Algae for Sustainable Nutrition

By the year 2050 it is estimated that the number of people who will be deficient for protein will drastically increase. Innovations with Ed Begley Jr. will take a look at Triton Algae Innovations’ solution for the global protein shortage through its development of novel green algae products.





Future Challenges for Antarctic Penguins

Future Challenges for Antarctic Penguins

Oceanites has released its annual State of Antarctic Penguins 2018 report. The SOAP report comprehensively summarizes the population size and trends of Antarctica’s five penguin species — Adélie, chinstrap, emperor, gentoo, and macaroni. The report also spotlights future challenges for Antarctic penguins as they adapt to changing temperatures in the region.



Why Are Yawns Contagious?

Why Are Yawns Contagious?

It’s midafternoon, and maybe you had a bit of a carb-loaded lunch. Your eyelids are a little heavy, and that’s when someone nearby lets out a grizzly style yawn, and suddenly you find yourself doing the same.