My Food Blog

Recipes, Tips, & More

Dogs Actually Tear Up When Their Owners Come Home

[ad_1] Karen Hopkin: This is Scientific American’s 60-Second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. After an exhausting day at the office, it’s hard not to smile when you’re greeted by a delirious display of uncontrolled canine joy. [Dog greeting] But it’s not just the happy...

Best phones under $500 of 2022

[ad_1] Published Aug 24, 2022 1:00 PM While $1,000 flagship phones are fun to geek out over, there are currently several excellent phones under $500 worth checking out. These devices are excellent for first-time buyers or anyone who wants to play games, make video...

Best exercises for lower back pain

[ad_1] Back pain is a common complaint, with 75-85% of US adults estimated to experience back pain in their lifetime as stated by the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (opens in new tab). It’s also one of the most common reasons people see a doctor or miss...

Probiotics for eczema: Do they really work?

[ad_1] Do probiotics for eczema really work? The use of them for this purpose is being researched, but first, it’s important to understand what eczema is. Also known as atopic dermatitis, eczema is a common inflammatory skin condition thought to affect 7-11% of...

See Iceland Aglow in Volcanic Eruptions

[ad_1] Breaking more than seven months of calm, the peninsula of Reykjanes in western Iceland has once again burst into volcanic flames. After a swarm of earthquakes in late July and early August rocked the area, lava burst forth from the Fagradalsfjall volcano into...

Could extinct Tasmanian tigers be brought back from the dead?

[ad_1] Can an extinct species be brought back to life? Scientists are taking a "giant leap" in that direction by using gene-editing to resurrect the Tasmanian tiger, a carnivorous marsupial from Australia and the continent's only marsupial apex predator. It died out...

Bees make more friends when they’re full of healthy gut bacteria

[ad_1] Take a honeybee worker from almost anywhere on Earth, look inside its guts, and you’ll most likely find just nine types of bacteria. The remarkable consistency of this microbial package across the planet—similar across species, including social bumblebees—is a...