Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) is preparing to break ground on Academy of Math and Science (AMS) Avondale, an advanced K-8 STEM school charter school, on Saturday, Dec. 14. AMS CEO Kim Chayka will be hosting a groundbreaking ceremony celebration from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at 10649 W. Buckeye Rd. at the crossroads of Buckeye Road and 107th Avenue. The AMS school in Avondale is a replication school of the Academy of Math and Science Prince, the 2016 Arizona Charter School of the Year. AVONDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) December 11, 2019 Avondale City Councilmember and Arizona House of Representatives District 19 Representative Lorenzo Sierra will be speaking at the ceremony. The new campus, the Academy of Math and Science Avondale, is expected to enroll 1,075 students. The school’s goal will be to transform the neighborhood by providing a college-preparatory Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) focused education supplemented by music, art, and foreign language … [Read more...] about K-8 STEM School, Academy of Math & Science, Breaking Ground in Avondale
It may seem logical that if you crave certain foods during pregnancy, that craving is just your body's way of telling you what it needs. But giving in to cravings may do more harm than good, a recent study finds. The more often women in the study gave in to such cravings, the more likely they were to gain too much weight during their pregnancy, according to the study, published May 20 in the journal Appetite. Previous research has shown that the more weight you gain during pregnancy, the harder it is to lose that weight after giving birth. And experts agree that gaining too much weight during pregnancy is the biggest contributor to postpartum weight retention. But studies have found that between 40 to 60 percent of women gain too much during this time. "An estimated 50 to 90 percent of women in the U.S. experience food cravings at some point during pregnancy," the researchers, led by Natalia Orloff, a graduate student in clinical psychology at the University of Albany in New York, … [Read more...] about Why pregnant women shouldn’t give in to food cravings
Home Insync Pulse Pulse oi-Syeda Farah By Syeda Farah Noor on March 8, 2017 As the human population has been invading the wild, it has hampered the wildlife to a great extent. From cutting of trees in the forests to oil spilling in oceans, many animals have become extinct due to this. Here is a case of a turtle who consumed 915 coins and thought it to be its food! Check out this disturbing story on how we, the humans, are spoiling Mother Nature, either knowing or unknowingly. Also Read: Shocking Cases of Animals Found Alive In People! This poor turtle named "Om Sin" had been suffering since quite sometime, as the doctors claimed that the coins have been consumed over a period of time. Check out this tragic story... She Was Unable To Move… Om Sin, the turtle, was suffering from the pain silently for quite sometime. The caretakers took her for an examination, as she did not seem to be very active and something seemed to disturb her often. She Was Examined… … [Read more...] about WHAT?? A Turtle Consumed 915 Coins Thinking It To Be Food!!
Scientists have found a specific circuit in the brain, previously linked to overeating, that also alters impulse control. Researchers from the University of Georgia say this circuit has hormones that increase food intake, which is what makes us order a bucket full of popcorn when we smell it at the movie theater or grab a tub of ice cream at the supermarket. In a study conducted on rats, when this pathway was activated, the animals lacked impulse control and more quickly tried to reach food given to them by the scientists. The team says the findings suggest that one day, a pill could be developed to target this pathway to stop people from overeating or from craving junk food. A new study conducted on rats from the University of Georgia found that when a a specific pathway was targeted, the rats lacked impulse control and more quickly tried to reach food given by the researchers (file image) 'There's underlying physiology in your brain that is regulating your capacity … [Read more...] about A pill to stop you craving junk food could be in the pipeline as scientists find a brain circuit that controls impulsive eating in animals
Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Relflow Releases New Research on the Best Dry Cat Food in the Market 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Relflow’s research gives an overview of the five most nourishing and wholesome dry cat food available in the market. NEW YORK (PRWEB) December 12, 2019 Relflow, a website dedicated to offering comprehensive buying guides and product reviews of pet supplies and accessories, has released a new feature reviewing the best dry cat food. Relflow’s research gives an overview of the five most nourishing and wholesome dry cat food available in the market, including brands such as Blue Buffalo, Purina ONE, and Rachael Ray Nutrish. The article highlights the ingredients, nutritional … [Read more...] about Relflow Releases New Research on the Best Dry Cat Food in the Market