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Rachel Larson

Rachel Larson Paul Oh Sun, 08/02/2020 - 12:33 Short Bio

Rachel Larson has an M.S. in Biology from California State University Northridge and is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Iowa. She studies wildlife in urban and suburban areas.

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Joe Jalinsky

Joe Jalinsky Paul Oh Sun, 08/02/2020 - 12:20 Short Bio

Joe Jalinsky is a Ph.D. candidate in Biology at the University of Iowa. His research focuses on the genomic and phenotypic changes that occur when species transition from sexual to asexual reproduction

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Diversity issues within inquiry-based citizen science

Diversity issues within inquiry-based citizen science Paul Oh Sat, 08/01/2020 - 20:01
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Fun with science: the role of play in learning

Fun with science: the role of play in learning Paul Oh Sat, 08/01/2020 - 14:44
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Evolutionary medicine: An interview with cell biologist Christopher Stipp

Evolutionary medicine: An interview with cell biologist Christopher Stipp Paul Oh Fri, 07/31/2020 - 22:57
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Why are humans imperfect and what does evolution have to do with it?

Why are humans imperfect and what does evolution have to do with it? Paul Oh Fri, 07/31/2020 - 22:29
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If you want to find seashells, go to a sand bar. If you want to test a coronavirus vaccine, go to a crowded bar

If you want to find seashells, go to a sand bar. If you want to test a coronavirus vaccine, go to a crowded bar Paul Oh Fri, 07/31/2020 - 10:17
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Place-based learning, outreach, and climate change education

Place-based learning, outreach, and climate change education Paul Oh Fri, 07/31/2020 - 09:31
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Richard E. Lenski

Richard E. Lenski Paul Oh Thu, 07/30/2020 - 16:20 Short Bio

Richard E. Lenski is an American evolutionary biologist, a MacArthur fellow, a Hannah Distinguished Professor of Microbial Ecology at Michigan State University, and a member of the National Academy of Sciences.

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NABT reaffirms the importance of teaching about climate change

NABT reaffirms the importance of teaching about climate change Paul Oh Tue, 07/28/2020 - 16:47
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Kids in school in masks: what could possibly go wrong?

Kids in school in masks: what could possibly go wrong? Paul Oh Fri, 07/24/2020 - 07:57
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A reminder about NCSE's YouTube channel

A reminder about NCSE's YouTube channel Paul Oh Wed, 07/22/2020 - 22:02
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What health policy ads can teach us about communicating climate change

What health policy ads can teach us about communicating climate change Paul Oh Mon, 07/20/2020 - 16:02
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Kids, COVID, and classrooms—what’s the right answer?

Kids, COVID, and classrooms—what’s the right answer? Paul Oh Thu, 07/16/2020 - 20:31
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Do You Need to Boost Your Energy?

Telic Thoughts - Wed, 2020-07-15 15:46

Does it feel at times as if you could use a boost in energy?

When you feel that is the situation, do you have a go-to formula to increase your energy level?

Not having enough energy on a continual basis can lead to issues in your world. This can be everything from your performance at work to your relationships and more.

With that in mind, is it time you found better ways to boost your energy?

Why is Your Energy Level Lacking?

As you look for ways to boost your energy level, first try and determine why it is lacking to begin with.

Among some reasons for a lack of energy can be:

· Too much stress in your life

· Not eating the right foods

· Too little exercise

· Failing to get a good night’s sleep over and over again

By pinpointing why you lack energy, you have a better opportunity to address the matter and fix it.

What Can Boost Your Energy?

There are a myriad of things to consider when looking to boost your energy.

For one, have you ever tried any herbal remedies?

Such remedies can have a positive effect on your body.

So, take the time to do some research about herbal remedies such as those from the kratom family of products.

Whether you end up opting to use white vein kratom or another product, know you do something good for your body.

Like with any product you may consider using, do your homework and know what you are taking.

Speaking of things to consider, how is your diet doing these days?

The lack of a healthy diet can lead to energy issues too.

Take the time to review what you consider to be your normal intake of food for any given week.

You should be getting a well-balanced diet that focuses on the following:

· Fruits and vegetables

· Low amount of fast foods

· Low amount of junk food

· Not eating a big meal right before going to bed

In putting more emphasis on your diet, chances are good you can see an uptick in your energy level before too long.

Your energy level is also likely to be better when you are exercising on a regular basis.

Among some of the easier and better exercises to consider if not doing so now:

· Walking

· Swimming

· Hiking

· Cycling

· Light weights

· Yoga

Find an exercise routine that is both healthy for you and that you enjoy. In doing this, you can see an increase in your energy level as you keep your muscles sharp.

Finally, never go to sleep on the importance of getting a good night’s sleep.

If you fail to do so regularly, it can impact both your physical and emotional health as time goes by.

Look first to see if your bedroom is set up for a good night of sleep.

You also want to go to bed leaving any stressful days behind you.

Last, try and keep a regular sleeping pattern in place. That is when it comes to bedtime and when you arise in the morning or whenever it is you tend to get up.

In trying to boost your energy level, will you come up with the right solutions?

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California's climate education bill dies

California's climate education bill dies Paul Oh Tue, 07/14/2020 - 20:47
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In transmission, size does matter

In transmission, size does matter Paul Oh Fri, 07/10/2020 - 15:28
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Emma Herdman

Emma Herdman Paul Oh Thu, 07/09/2020 - 21:35 Short Bio

Emma Herdman, NCSE's 2020 intern, is a recent graduate of Tufts University where they earned their degree in Architectural Studies and Environmental Studies, with a humanities focus.

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How would you use $100,000 to mitigate climate change?

How would you use $100,000 to mitigate climate change? Paul Oh Thu, 07/09/2020 - 14:37
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NCSE outreach fellow awarded $3,500 grant to develop climate change game

NCSE outreach fellow awarded $3,500 grant to develop climate change game Paul Oh Wed, 07/08/2020 - 16:28
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