Dermatologists Debunk 13 Botox Myths | Debunked 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Board-certified dermatologists Dr. Rita Linkner and Dr. Jordana Herschthal debunk 13 myths about Botox. They talk about why pregnant people shouldn’t get Botox, whether you can exercise after a procedure, and how to avoid looking emotionless. They also give tips for choosing the right injector and why experience matters. Dr. Rita Linkner…

Act To Impact: Keeping Our Promises To The Planet 0 (0)

From Science Insider. The scientific consensus on climate change is almost unanimous, and our planet is already experiencing its effects. Beyond the risks for businesses across industries — including labor shortages, supply chain disruption, and higher production costs — climate change poses an existential threat to humanity. At the same time, more and more business…

Eye Doctors Debunk 15 Vision Myths | Debunked 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Ophthalmologist Rupa Wong (@drrupawong) and optometrist Jenifer Bossert join us to debunk 15 myths about our vision and eye health. They debunk the popular myths about how carrots improve your eyesight and reading in the dark damages your vision. They also discuss the safety of LASIK eye surgery and the best practices…

Fertility Experts Debunk 19 Fertility Myths | Debunked 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Fertility specialist Cindy Duke and reproductive urologist Sriram Eleswarapu join us to debunk 19 myths about getting pregnant. They talk about how IVF isn’t guaranteed to work, how stress does not cause pregnancy loss, and best practices if you’re experiencing erectile dysfunction. Did you know there are ways to improve your sperm…

How Japan Is Reshaping Its Agriculture By Harnessing Smart-Farming Technology 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Sponsor content created by Insider Studios with the Government of Japan Japan’s agriculture has been adopting smart-farming for products— including tea, wine and rice— to revitalize the local region and to expand its global reach. For more information, check out the corresponding articles below. Rice: https://www.businessinsider.com/sc/japanese-farmers-use-eco-friendly-smart-farming-for-rice-production-2021-3 Tea: https://www.businessinsider.com/sc/how-70-year-old-japanese-tea-farm-increase-exports-technology-2021-2 Wine: https://www.businessinsider.com/sc/how-japanese-vineyard-uses-scientific-data-create-quality-wine-2021-2 —————————————————— Science…

What If All The Clouds Disappeared Forever? 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Clouds cover about 70% of the planet at any moment. But what if — poof — they all disappeared? While hurricane season would be over essentially forever, we’d have huge problems on our hands, like a dwindling supply of fresh water and a much, much hotter planet. MORE WHAT IF VIDEOS: What…

Sexologists Debunk 17 Sex Myths | Debunked 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Self-proclaimed "Sex Positive Asian Auntie" and certified sex educator Jayda Shuavarnnasri and Dr. Varuna Srinivasan, public health researcher and one of Vogue’s 2020 "Women of Courage," join us to debunk and deconstruct TK myths about sex and sexuality. They talk about where you should actually be storing your condoms, the pitfalls of…

The Top Predator Deep Under Texas 0 (0)

From Science Insider. In a tiny stretch of underground caves deep below central Texas, the Texas blind salamander reigns supreme. We’ll look at how each trait evolved to help the bizarre creatures thrive in this isolated environment — now threatened by human activity — and how conservationists are working to save them. MORE ANIMAL SCIENCE…

Nutritionists Debunk 19 Diet Myths | Debunked 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Two nutritionists debunk 19 of the most common myths about diets. They explain why those with lactose intolerance can actually eat some cheeses. They also debunk the idea that red wine is good for your heart. Turns out, just because it’s made of fruit doesn’t mean it’s good for you. And they…

Doctors Debunk 13 Vaccine Myths | Debunked 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Two doctors debunk 13 of the most common myths about vaccines and vaccinations. They explain how vaccines work, the vaccination schedule for kids, and the vaccine testing process. They also debunk the myth that vaccines give you the disease it’s meant to prevent, and talk about the origin of the false notion…

What If You Stopped Sleeping 0 (0)

From Science Insider. "Why do we sleep?" has been a notoriously difficult question for scientists to answer, but, "What happens if we don’t?" is actually pretty simple — nothing good. Not getting enough sleep can make you hallucinate, mess with your thinking and memory, and even lead to organ failure. And it doesn’t take very…

The Invisible Threat Orcas Face In Norway 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Noise pollution caused by whale-watching boats and other human activity can interrupt orca communications and disorient the marine mammals. Scientists with the nonprofit Ocean Sounds are working to make Norway’s Lofoten archipelago a marine protected area, which would limit noise pollution and prevent oil drilling around the Arctic island chain. MORE SCIENCE…

Beauty Experts Debunk 19 Skin-Care Myths 0 (0)

From Science Insider. A cosmetic chemist and board-certified dermatologist debunk 19 of the most common myths about skin care. 00:00 Intro 00:33 Drinking extra water will make your skin look better. 00:59 Your skin will get used to the products you use, and then they’ll stop working. 1:37 The order in which you use your…

Doctors Debunk 15 Flu Myths 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Two doctors debunk 15 of the most common myths about the flu. They explain how long the flu vaccine will last for, and why you have to get the flu shot every year. They also explain the importance of getting the vaccine even if you are healthy, and how it could be…

Doctors Debunk 13 Aging Myths 0 (0)

From Science Insider. 0:00 Intro 0:28 Myth 1: It’s harder to learn new things as you get older. 1:01 Myth 2: How you age is predetermined by your genes. 1:31 Myth 3: It is inevitable that you will get dementia. 2:01 Myth 4: You shouldn’t exercise when you’re older because you’re prone to injury. 2:37…

What If You Never Washed Your Hands 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Your hands can pick up a few million germs from the world around you. But hand washing only became standard practice in hospitals in the 1840s. So what if you just stopped washing your hands? Well, you might become exposed to a number of viruses, from respiratory viruses like the influenza virus…

Dentists Debunk 14 Teeth Myths 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Two dentists debunk 14 of the most common myths about teeth. They explain the science behind white teeth and what really causes cavities. They also debunk the idea that electric toothbrushes are better than regular toothbrushes. In fact, it’s more about how you brush your teeth. And they mention how aligners, without…

Epidemiologists Debunk 14 New Myths About COVID-19 0 (0)

From Science Insider. COVID-19 and misinformation that surrounds the disease are still spreading. We bring back Syra Madad (@syramadad) and Stephen Morse to debunk 14 new coronavirus myths. They talk about the effectiveness of masks and what it’ll take to reopen schools and keep them open. They also debunk the idea that holding your breath…

What Everyone Gets Wrong About Implicit Bias Trainings 0 (0)

From Science Insider. Implicit bias trainings are used at companies like Google, Starbucks, and more in the hopes of increasing diversity and inclusion. But do they work? The answer is complicated. Lack of standardization means that these trainings are often not only significantly flawed themselves, but based on somewhat flawed concepts, including the Implicit Association…

How We Know The Coronavirus Wasn’t Made In A Lab 0 (0)

From Science Insider. COVID-19 myths have spread just about as quickly as the disease itself. One myth in particular just won’t go away… that this virus is a man-made bioweapon. But by using the virus’ genetic sequence scientists have been able to debunk this myth once and for all. MORE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE: Hydroxychloroquine And What…