Wednesday Nov 27
Glowing Mucus: Scientists Peek into Hidden Sea Worm's Light
Scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego and their colleagues are unraveling the mechanisms behind a little-known marine worm that produces a dazzling bioluminescent display in the form of puffs of blue light released into seawater.
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Girl, 12, helps to prove vitamins can treat severe condition
OLD girl from the North-East is helping to prove that taking a common vitamin can help to treat a potentially fatal neuromuscular disease.
Nature's glowing slime: Scientists peek into hidden sea worm's light
Found around the world in muddy environments, from shallow bays to deeper canyons, the light produced by the Chaetopterus marine worm - commonly known as the "parchment tube worm" due to the opaque, cocoon-like cylinders where it makes its home - is secreted as a slimy bioluminescent mucus.
Pictures Slideshow: 15 Immune Boosting Foods
An old folk remedy, extract from these dark berries appears to block flu viruses in test tube studies.
Premenstrual Syndrome Pictures Slideshow: A Visual Guide to PMS Symptoms, Causes and Treatments
A week or two before your period starts, you may notice bloating, headaches, mood swings, or other physical and emotional changes.