Research from Birzait University appears to show that it is the carbon dioxide in soft drinks that contributes most to weight gain and not the (artificial) sugars in these beverages. However, this study seems not to be very convincing after a critical look.
Two of the foreign scientists who were enthusiastic about the Danish schoolgirl experiment replicated it and managed to get an article about their research published. it did seem difficult to make more mistakes in this experiment, but Marie-Claire Cammaerts and Olle Johansson managed this anyway.
On March 22nd 1995 spacecraft Soyuz 20 lands on the plains of Kazachstan. The capsule brings back to Earth Russian cosmonaut Valery Polyakov from space station Mir. With his stay in space Polyakov sets the record for the longest single spaceflight on 437 days, 17 hours and 58 minutes, a record which stands up to this day. Polyakov […]
The study of Kooreman and Baars doesn’t at all show that GPs trained in alternative medicine work more cost efficient, but the authors make us believe so using their press release and other public outings.