A Cry From My Heart

Nature Breifings

Hello Nature readers,Today we explore why rare vaccine side effects are so hard to investigate, learn about genetic therapies that offer new hope against incurable brain diseases and discover a possible mechanism for stress-based hair loss. Marine biologist Jeff Milisen and larval cusk-eel friend. (Jeff Milisen) See our ocean’s tiniest deep-sea creaturesA collaboration between underwater photographers and marine […]

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My Organic Farm

Support My Organic Farm Tuesday 03 November 2020, getting a little help from our friends Ian and Rosabeth Breuser Due to the effect COVID 19 is having on the hospitality industry, the KHATTS team has been unemployed since March 2020, times are very challenging for us, presently we are in survival mode trying to start […]

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Unity

The Vision Of Race Unity America’s Most Challenging Issue A Statement by the National Spiritual Assembly ofthe Bahá’ís of the United States. To learn more about the Baha’i Faith please visit http://www.bahai.org/ Racism is the most challenging issue confronting America. A nation whose ancestry includes every people on earth, whose motto is E pluribus unum, whose […]

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Dominica’s National Flower

Dominica National Flower – Sabinea Carinalis (Bwa Kwaib) Welcome to our page where you can access information about Sabinea Carinalis or Bwa Kwaib, a National Symbol of the Commonwelath of Dominica country. National Flower of Dominica Dominica Flower: Bwa Kwaib (Sabinea Carinalis) The flower honoured as our National Flower is a wild xerophitic plant known […]

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Shrine of the Bab

On one glorious evening twenty years ago, people from around the world gathered in person and via television to celebrate the inauguration of a wonder of the world. They witnessed the spectacularly beautiful ceremony on 22 May, 2001 held to mark the opening of the Terraces of the Shrine of Bab on Mount Carmel in […]

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Amazing Ants

NEUROSCIENCE Neuroscience is a multidisciplinary science that is concerned with the study of the structure and function of the nervous system. It encompasses the evolution, development, cellular and molecular biology, physiology, anatomy and pharmacology of the nervous system, as well as computational, behavioural and cognitive neuroscience 15 APRIL 2021 Ants shrink their brains for motherhood […]

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Nature Briefings

Hello Nature readers,Today we learn that a fire has damaged ‘irreplaceable’ historical material at the University of Cape Town. Plus, we explore the trials studying long COVID and consider what might underlie the very rare blood clots that have been linked with two COVID-19 vaccines. Gutted interior of the University of Cape Town library’s Jagger Reading Room, […]

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