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Algae: The trending skincare ingredient against hyperpigmentation

Gulf News 17 Aug 2022
Beauty brands are launching products made from this marine plant ... A 2017 study conducted by Korean researchers published in PubMed Central, an American based scientific journal database, found that anti-melanogenic compounds from marine brown algae have a high potential to cure hyperpigmentation.
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Seattle-L.A. Angels Runs

Bennington Banner 16 Aug 2022
Mariners first. Julio Rodriguez pops out to Max Stassi. Ty France strikes out swinging. Jesse Winker homers to center field. Mitch Haniger singles to left center field. J.P ... Mariners 1, Angels 0. Angels first ... Mariners 1, Angels 1. Mariners third ... J.P ... Support our journalism ... → ... Mariners 2, Angels 1 ... Mariners 2, Angels 2. Mariners ninth ... Mariners 6, Angels 2.
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Queen named Elks Teen of the Month

The Daily Post-Athenian 16 Aug 2022
Taylor Queen was named an Elks Teen of the Month for the 2021-22 school year. She is a recent McMinn County High School graduate ... Queen is the only child of Amanda Kozak ... She had not yet decided on what college to attend, but planned on double majoring in Marine Science and Environmental Policy with a focus on marine ecology and a minor in journalism.
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Algae: The anti-hyperpigmentation trending skincare ingredient everyone is talking about

Gulf News 16 Aug 2022
Beauty brands are launching products made from this marine plant ... A 2017 study conducted by Korean researchers published in PubMed Central, an American based scientific journal database, found that anti-melanogenic compounds from marine brown algae have a high potential to cure hyperpigmentation.
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Blue crabs found to attack at low tide

Phys Dot Org 16 Aug 2022
Dr. David Johnson, an ecologist at William & Mary's Virginia Institute of Marine Science, has spent more than 20 years in salt marshes, at sites all along the U.S. East and Gulf coasts ... "It was like crocodiles ambushing wildebeests in Africa." ... That's 800 body lengths ... 10.1002/ecy.3787 Journal information ... Provided by Virginia Institute of Marine Science.
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SCOTT RITTER: Sometimes Humanity Gets it Right

Consortium News 16 Aug 2022
I had, by this time, published two scholarly articles in highly regarded academic journals, and Colonel Connell wanted me to turn my research and writing skills to capturing the history of the Marine Corps involvement in the Votkinsk inspection experience ... In the fall of 1991, I published an article, “,” in the journal Problems of Communism.
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Scientists identify potential bioindicators for monitoring plastic pollution in North Pacific Ocean

Phys Dot Org 15 Aug 2022
Many plastic products break down in the ocean and are ingested by marine wildlife. Scientists can study these organisms as potential bioindicators to measure how much plastic exists in different ocean regions and help assess the overall health of the marine environment ... 10.1016/j.envpol.2022.119861 Journal information.
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Joan Didion and Eve Babitz Shared an Unlikely, Uneasy Friendship—One That Shaped Their Worlds and ...

Vanity Fair 15 Aug 2022
journals, photos, scrapbooks, manuscripts, and letters ... What it was was an old-fashioned gothic horror story tricked out in New Journalism’s clothing ... Dunn,” and please note the misspelling, is how Eve refers to Joan in journals and letters from this period.) ... From Eve’s 1970 journal.
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Seattle-Texas Runs

The Berkshire Eagle 13 Aug 2022
Mariners third. J.P. Crawford walks. Julio Rodriguez singles to center field. J.P. Crawford to third ... Julio Rodriguez to second. J.P ... Mariners 1, Rangers 0 ... Mariners 1, Rangers 1. Mariners fourth ... Mariners 3, Rangers 1 ... Mariners 3, Rangers 2. Mariners eighth ... Mariners 4, Rangers 2. Mariners ninth ... Mariners 6, Rangers 2 ... Quality local journalism needs your support.
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New research could help protect our vulnerable shelf seas

Phys Dot Org 11 Aug 2022
These vast marine stores of sedimentary organic carbon are much larger than those on land, yet remain poorly protected as natural carbon sinks that, once disturbed, release carbon back to the environment, potentially as an additional greenhouse gas contribution to global warming ... 10.3389/fmars.2022.892892 Journal information.
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Oil residue from Deepwater Horizon spill still detectable along Louisiana coast: Study

The Hill 11 Aug 2022
Traces of the oil spilled in the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion remained in areas along the Gulf Coast, beyond the reach of cleanup efforts, a decade later, according to research published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science ... Much of this sank as marine snow, the term for ...
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Sponges Sneeze Out Mucus To Unclog Their Pores

IFL Science 11 Aug 2022
While marine experts have known about this behavior for a long time, new research published in the journal Current Biology has revealed a new waste disposal system ... But both sponge and human sneezes exist as a waste disposal mechanism,” said Jasper de Goeij, a marine ...
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Researchers use first-of-its-kind tracking sensors to study billfish

Phys Dot Org 11 Aug 2022
Using a high-resolution technology that had never before been applied to billfish, a new research study just published in ICES Journal of Marine Science set out to answer the question of post-release behavior and ... the blue marlin and sailfish, ICES Journal of Marine Science (2022).
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Commentary: Let's take back this national symbol from the radicals who misappropriated it

The Post and Courier 11 Aug 2022
Societal symbols can be inspiring as well as threatening ... The banner was adopted as the battle flag for the Continental Marines and taken shipside. Writing in the Pennsylvania Journal under the pseudonym "American Guesser," Benjamin Franklin carefully deconstructed the flag while suggesting the rattlesnake was an appropriate symbol for our nation ... ...

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