It’s almost always cold in Churchill, Manitoba, a remote coastal community on Hudson Bay in Canada’s subarctic region. Today, a month before winter officially begins, it’s -25°C with a fierce wind coming off Hudson Bay which is thick with slabs of ice. Situated in the middle of Canada, it’s the world’s largest saltwater bay. And even though frozen solid eight months of the year, the bay sustains the nearly 800 residents of Churchill which is known as the ‘Polar Bear Capital’ of the world.
The Martian moons Phobos and Deimos were formed after a large object struck the Red Planet a few billion years ago, according to a new model developed by scientists at the Southwest Research Institute.
A researcher and her collaborator from Pennsylvania State found that physical abuse was associated with decreases in children's cognitive performance, while non-abusive forms of physical punishment were independently associated with reduced school engagement and increased peer isolation.
Saudi Arabia has shepherded some of its regional allies in severing diplomatic ties with Qatar and blocking routes leading to the Persian Gulf littoral country. That has forced the Qatari government and populace to start taking precautions.
Fats-shaming folks into getting rid of fat was established to have the reverse result, according to a new examine made at the University of Pennsylvania. The examine identified that unwanted fat-shaming can worsen people’s wellness and increase the pitfalls of obtaining a heart attack or acquiring diabetic issues.
New research by scientists at King's College London suggests that air pollution from London's roads is improving overall but more work may be needed to tackle some sources of traffic pollution, which continue to breach limits in many parts of the city.