Tag Archives: Impact

New Plastic Clothing Material That Cools Skin Would Have Wide-Reaching Impact

From the realm of discoveries you never thought possible, a new plastic clothing material that cools the skin could truly change the way textiles are manufactured. Stanford researchers have found a new textile that’s derived from plastics which can be woven into clothing and help cool the body by up to four degrees. Moisture-wicking technology has already made an impact ...

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The Impact Of Migraine On Life Quality And Family (Study)

Approximately one out of ten people experience migraine headache, which science has proven is more than a headache. It is an intense and complex cascade of neurotransmitter and vascular symptoms, which usually are preceded by strange feelings or symptoms called an aura. This could be a change in mood or noticing that things taste or smell differently than normal. Then, ...

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San Diego Chargers Get Major Impact Player By Drafting Joey Bosa

The San Diego Chargers came into the 2016 NFL Draft with quite a few needs to fill. It has been an interesting offseason to say the least for the Chargers, although they have not been able to make many big moves. They did bring in a couple of big pieces in free agency, but they had to pick up an ...

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Harvard Mumps Outbreak Reaches 40 Confirmed Cases, Could Negatively Impact The Commencement

Public health officials have reported the contagious disease mumps is continuing to spread through the Harvard University community as 40 cases have been confirmed. According to ABC News, it was on February 29 of this year that the first outbreak was reported. “This is really happening in congregate settings where people are in dormitories. College campuses are the perfect storm, ...

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FLOTUS asks herself: ‘How do I want to impact the world?’

James White/Seventeen First Lady Michelle Obama and winners of the Seventeen Better Make Room essay on the May cover of Seventeen. Ignore the doubters and aim high, First Lady Michelle Obama counsels teenage girls. “When it was time for me to apply to colleges there were some counselors who said, ‘Maybe, with Princeton, you’re reaching a little high,’ ” she ...

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Chilling ‘Carbon Emission’ Facts Revealed: Impact On Earth Unprecedented In Past 66 Million Years: Report

Human-initiated carbon emission into the atmosphere is 10 times faster than at any point in the past 66 million years, according to new research. The report warns that humans may have ventured into perilously unfamiliar territory with consequences for life on the planet more devastating than at any time since the disappearance of the dinosaurs. For years, the scientific community ...

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TNA News: Major Problems At Recent TNA Impact Wrestling Tapings, Talent Unhappy With Company Yet Again

TNA has gone through its fair share of issues over the years. None truly greater than losing some of their top stars and original roster members. Some would even say losing two television deals in the span of two years would also be considered a problem. It wasn’t even quite two years either to be honest. TNA Wrestling was a ...

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Steven Avery Update: Kathleen Zellner’s Tweet Have No Impact On Case, Says Law Professor

Kathleen Zellner, wrongful conviction attorney for Making a Murderer‘s Steven Avery, posted numerous tweets over the past few months about the case and how it’s botched, but a law professor says that the incidents she tweeted about have no merit. Post Crescent News, part of the USA Today network, reports that Zellner still hasn’t filed an appeal for Avery, but ...

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Ronda Rousey — Chomping Apples … My Jaw's Ready for Impact!

Breaking News Remember when Ronda Rousey said her jaw was so jacked up after the Holly Holm fight in November that she couldn’t bite into an apple?? Yeah, well … she’s back.  Check out this clip of Ronda testing out her jaw strength for Uninterrupted … chomping the fruit and adding, “I’m pretty excited about this!”  BTW, Ronda had previously said ...

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