Science & Health

Maple trees have been tapped in the "traditional" way to harvest maple syrup. (Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Maple Sugaring in Michigan

Michigan is the seventh largest producer of maple syrup.

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Pi Day And Einstein

Three-fourteen is the date, but it’s also the scientific formula for pi.

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Careers In The Science Field

An interest in science can lead to many exciting career choices.

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All About The Human Body

How well do you really know your body parts and their purposes?

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What Is Dark Matter?

It does not produce light or reflect it which makes it impossible to see with the human eye.

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What Are Cavities?

The main causes of cavities include sipping too many sugary drinks, not brushing well enough and frequent snacking

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Appreciate The Skin We’re In

It protects our bodies and helps us regulate body temperature

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The Inspirational Renaissance Era

Scientific communication increased immensely, inventors like Galileo challenged the old school of thought and artists created a style called realism – this was the Renaissance.

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Where Does Silk Come From?

The next time you put on a tie or wrap that scarf around your neck, talk to your children about how the silk for these accessories comes from a special insect called the silkworm

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National American Heart Month

Of all the organs in our bodies, it’s the heart that seems to snag the most attention.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/01/2012

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