EU looks to downgrade wolf protection status, allowing restricted hunting

2023-12-20 14:48:06 The European Commission said Wednesday, December 20, it wants to change the protection status of wolves, allowing them to be hunted. After bouncing back from near extinction, “the concentration of wolf packs in some European regions has become a real danger especially for livestock,” Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said. The Commission … Read more

Examining the Two Sides of Kit Carson: History, Legacy, and Controversy

2023-12-05 21:12:00 He was the sort of 19th century frontier hellcat to whom they erect monuments, and it stands to reason he’d pop up — sort of — in the first edition of The Santa Fe New Mexican way back on Nov. 28, 1849. His name is not mentioned in the story, but frontiersman Kit … Read more

Strange bird footprints, 60 million years before they appeared

2023-12-05 14:25:04 In southern Africa, unknown animals left bird-like tracks long before the oldest known representatives of this genus. At first glance, these little prints look a lot like those of birds. Birds, like we come across almost every day on all continents. Except that these prints are almost 200 million years old, a time … Read more

The Key to Longevity: How a Balanced Diet Can Add Years to Your Life

2023-12-04 10:36:18 By Anne Prigent Published yesterday at 4:39 p.m., Updated 2 hours ago The diet associated with the lowest mortality contains whole grains, vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes, fish, milk or dairy products, and meat, according to a study published in the journal Nature Food. white. BERNARD BODO – stock.adobe.com Balanced meals bring a real … Read more

Mandan Historical News – Past Events and Updates

2023-12-01 07:00:00 DIANE DRINKS 25 Years Ago – 1998 Mandan’s girls swimming and diving team, coached by Ralph Manley, clinched second place with 313.5 points at the State Tournament held in Minot. Minot repeated as state champions posting 441 points; Jamestown was a distant third with 260. Six Mandan athletes were named to All-State Honors. … Read more

Reproduction without penetration of the serotine bat

2023-11-26 04:30:10 A serotinous bat (“Eptesicus serotinus”), in Spain, June 2014. MARIO CEA SANCHEZ/BIOSPHOTO We knew that bats are not mammals like any other. They fly, guide themselves and hunt using ultrasound, display unique longevity and an unparalleled immune system, which allows them to live with a large number of viruses. As for their reproduction, … Read more

Revolutionary Therapeutic Innovation for Depression – Marcel Dassault Prize Winner

2023-11-21 18:00:00 DECRYPTION – The work of a French researcher exploring a new therapeutic target received the Marcel Dassault Prize for innovation in psychiatry. Heal the depression by simply taking a medication, and spare patients the profound repercussions of the disease on their mental life, their cognitive abilities and their social life? A dream that … Read more

Unlocking Clear Vision: Everything You Need to Know About Myopia Surgery in France

2023-11-20 05:00:00 OUR HEALTH ADVICE – Every year in France, 100,000 to 200,000 people take the plunge and have their myopia operated on. The goal: to do without glasses or contact lenses. Who is eligible, how does the operation work, what are the risks? Answers with a specialist. Recover good eyesight thanks to a laser. … Read more