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National Heat Stroke Prevention Day on July 31 is a way to bring awareness to this largely preventable danger to children. According to Shannon DePatto, health educator for the Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program at Penn State Hershey Children'
Not all of us are fortunate enough to be born with magical powers, but science offers us the opportunity to create our own. A physics student with an apparent case of Elsa envy decided to investigate the matter by calculating the amount of energy
When exposed to a magnetic field gradient, magnons may be driven to move from one end of a magnet to another, carrying heat with them and producing a cooling effect, the study said. "You can pump heat from one side to the other, so you can
Tomorrow will, again, see a slight rise in temperatures, with higher humidity in the coastal plains and temperatures dropping in the night. Friday temperatures are do to rise, with humidity in the coastal plains.
A new study has revealed that climate change could lead to major crop production slowdown in the next 20 years. The experts from Stanford University and the National Center for Atmospheric Research found that the odds of a major production slowdown
Water temperature in Perranporth, Cornwall, has hit 20.1C (68.7F). Photograph: Howard Davies/Alamy It's cheerful news for seaside paddlers, ocean swimmers and the tourist trade. The water temperature off Britain's south-west coast has hit a seven-
Hot and settled weather to last into next week as temperatures rise towards 30C but millions of Britons are jetting abroad this weekend More than 2million Britons will head overseas this weekend with 450,000 passengers expected at Heathrow Airport
Two recent studies explore a pause in global warming during the first decade of the 21st century, implying that more pauses can be expected because of the climate's natural variability. July 23, 2014 Any pause in global warming, such as it may have
A rise in night time temperatures is negatively affecting crop yield the most, the findings showed. "Our findings highlight the vulnerability of India's wheat production system to temperature rise, which is predicted to continue in the coming decades
Australian possum is being dubbed the new polar bear of climate change. I think this really should be a wake-up call," James Cook University Professor Steve Williams told AAP. "We're arguing this is a better icon for global warming than a polar bear