Walking lilies (Science Daily)
Sea lilies are starfish-like animals with bodies at the ends of long stalks. Biologists thought they were as permanently rooted as regular lilies. It turns out they can let go and hustle off, dragging their stems behind them. They do this to avoid being eaten by sea urchins.
A little meditation (Science Daily)
Even a little practice in meditation can do a lot to perk up your cognitive powers.
Vitamin D vs asthma (Science Daily)
Children deficient in vitamin D tend to have more allergies and asthma. Contrariwise, vitamin D supplements enhanced the effectiveness of both natural and medical corticosteroids, which are the hormones and medications that regulate inflammation.
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