Teen Skepchick's Reality Checks

Reality Checks: Murdered Native Women, Notre Dame, Clean Energy, and Pseudoscientific Women’s health

Native American women 10 times more likely to be murdered. (via CNN) Notre Dame de Paris burns. (via NPR) Washington (state) passes 100% clean energy legislation. (via Ars Technica) Women’s health and pseudoscience. (via newsroom) Featured image credit: Kevin Dooley via flickr

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Reality Checks: Yoga turns Inmates Gay, Black Hole Photos, Bug that Grounded Planes, and New Human Species

Russian prisons ban yoga because it might turn inmates gay.(via Vice) First ever photo of black hole. (via NPR) Data bug grounds flights. (via Ars Technica) New species of human discovered in Phillipines. (via WSJ) Featured image credit via flickr

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Reality Checks: Heavy Metal Knitting, Immunotherapy for Allergies, Coder Culture, and Drag Queen Story Time.

Heavy metal knitting championships. This is not a drill. (via Loudersound) Immunotherapy for allergies. (via NPR) A new book on coders and their culture. (via Ars Technica) Atlanta mayor hosts drag queen story time. (via AJC) Featured image via flickr

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Reality Checks: New Microbes Discovered, Legal Aid for Evictions in NYC, Predatory Scientific Publishing, and Cute Baby Animals

New branch discovered of life. (via CBC) Free legal aid for housing. (via NPR) Predatory scientific publisher gets fined. (via Ars Technica) New baby horsie on the outer banks! (via WCNC) Featured image via flickr

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Teen Skepchick's Reality Checks

Reality Checks: Bicycle Face, Computers for Mammograms, Space Smells, and Ancient Religions

Bicycle face. (via vox) Computerized mammogram interpretations. (via NPR) The smell of space. (via Ars Technica) A religion older than Incas. (via Phys.org) Featured image via flickr

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Reality Checks: Climate Change, as it is Fought, Measles Emergency, Hallucinations, and the Fashion of Buzz Aldrin

Senator thinks people falling in love, getting married, and having children will be effective against climate change. (via CNN) State of measles emergency declared in NY. (via NPR) Hallucinations and the brain. (via Ars Technica) Buzz Aldrin Forever! (via Forbes) Featured image via flickr

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Reality Checks: Vintage Medicine, Vintage Strongwomen, Grays and Depression, and Planetary Health

The soldier who removed his own bladder stone. (via Ars Technica) Eating for planetary health. (via NPR) People with depression have trouble with contrast between white and black. (via Harvard Press) Vintage Strongwomen. (via Vintage News) Featured image via flickr

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