As the climate warms, the United States allows the movement of endangered species as a last resort

In a photo provided by Roxanne Cruz-de Hoyos, Gabriel Trujillo conducts fieldwork for his doctorate in Arizona.  A search for him across North America was tragically cut short last week in Mexico, where Trujillo's father says he was shot seven times.  Authorities discovered his body on June 22 in the state of Sonora in northwestern Mexico, just days after her fiancé reported him missing.  (Roxanne Cruz-de Hoyos via AP)

Billings, Mont. (AP) US officials on Friday said they will make it easier for scientists move plants and animals outside their historical ranges as a last resort to save the species threatened with extinction from climate change. Relocations of species distressed by climate change have been done on a limited basis to date, including in … Read more

“Black seed oil is an anti-inflammatory wonder worker,” says MD. After seeing the science, we think you’ll agree

"Black seed oil is an anti-inflammatory wonder worker," says MD.  After seeing the science, we think you'll agree

It’s not every day that reputed medical experts consider a humble herb a miraclebut that’s how researchers at the University of Kashmir describe it Nigella sativa, also known as black seed. Ancient herbalists referred to the black seed as sky grass, and the Greek physician Galen recommended it to relieve respiratory problems in the second … Read more

Is exercise really good for the brain? Here’s What Science Says

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The health benefits of physical activity are undeniable. However, a recent study based on data published over the past 30 years challenges the famous adage Mens sana in corpore sano (a healthy mind in a healthy body) and questions the importance of exercise for both brain health and cognition. Just days after the study was … Read more