Nanoparticles are atmospheric materials so small that they can’t be seen with the naked eye, but they can very visibly affect both weather patterns and human health all over the world.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs each year. While this is an alarming statistic, most of these bites are preventable.
Despite outside appearances on most days, the air quality over the Bryan-College Station area is poor, so much so that it likely fails federal ozone standards.
Early school failure has long-term negative influences on a person’s behavior, academic performance and eventual occupation.
Today’s couch potato guy would be no match for the Neanderthal of 20,000 years ago.
There’s about a 50 percent chance of the white stuff starting Friday afternoon, and that local forecast isn’t from the National Weather Service – it’s from students studying weather at Texas A&M.
"There are positives and negatives to this issue, and it’s something that owners should discuss with their veterinarians before coming to a decision.”
Viruses are well known for attacking humans and animals, but some viruses instead attack bacteria.
It is hard for many of us to believe how someone could inflict harm on such loving and devoted creatures, but it happens.
“Blue haze” is formed by natural emissions of chemicals, but human activities can worsen it...