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The new technology lets us study whales by flying into their exhaled breath. The team behind it hopes to learn how whales impact ocean and human health.
The SnotBot is a drone that studies whale biology & behavior by flying into the exhaled breath condensate of a whale. Snotbot is on a mission to save whales by collecting data on how whales impact ocean and human health.
Before there was "Dr. Google," there was "Dr. Grandma". Even though these women didn't typically go to medical school, they often had good advice -- such as "eat your vegetables," and "go out and play." But when it came to health advice during the winter months, it's a mixed bag.
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Soccer goalie Iker Casillas was caught picking his nose on camera -- but that's not even the most compromising footage. Rather
It is impossible to use the suction bulb correctly on your own baby without feeling like some sort of Medieval Grand Inquisitor. He's his father's son, stoic even under the most cruel and unusual torture. I, meanwhile, fight tears and the urge to self-flagellate when this is all over.