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Dr. Alice Hamilton: Industrial Hygiene Crusader

For National Women Physician’s day, we choose to commemorate the success of Dr. Alice Hamilton.  As consumers, we support a marketplace that allows us to acquire low-cost products quickly.  Sometimes production of those consumer products comes at a human health cost.  Alice Hamilton was a pioneer in the field of occupational health and safety.  There Read More

Lego Tree for Morgan’s Hometown Festival of Trees

Lego Tree for Morgan’s Hometown Festival of Trees Year number two on donating a tree for the Annual Morgan’s Hometown Christmas and Festival of Trees. The Event was held on December 1st on the historical Commercial street, in Morgan, Utah. We decided this year to keep our tree Kid friendly. So we came up with Read More

Teixobactin- A Promising New Antibiotic

Scientists isolated a new class of antibiotics from the soil bacterial species Eleftheria terra using a new form of technology called an iChip. This discovery opens the doors to many other breakthroughs in healthcare technology. It is highly effective, therefore it is extremely proficient in destroying all resistant strains of bacteria. Furthermore, it can provide an Read More

Dog Genome- How Do Humans Compare?

Have you ever given up on love and resorted to getting a dog because they understand you best? We’ve all been there. What’s impressive is that the compatibility between man and dog goes beyond puppy eyes. Scientists have sequenced the dog genome and found a large number of genetic similarities to the human genome. What Read More

Health Benefits of Cloning

On July 5, 1996, the most renowned sheep in history was born, which also marked a breakthrough in scientific technology. Ian Wilmut and a group of Scottish scientists announced that they had successfully cloned a sheep named Dolly. Though the newly cloned sheep served as a significant scientific breakthrough, it also caused major controversy over Read More

Stanford Prison Advocacy Project

California’s Three-Strikes Law came into effect in March 1994 with the purpose of decreasing the number of violent re-offenders. The law mandates imprisonment for a minimum of 25 years for offenders found guilty of a third felony. In a sense, this law operates as, “Three strikes and you’re out.” While the first two offenses must Read More

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