Caucus vs. Primary: what’s the difference? | Just The FAQs

Caucus vs. Primary: what’s the difference? | Just The FAQs

– Every four years, American states hold either a primary election or caucuses, part of which is to choose that state’s top Republican and Democratic presidential candidates. So, what’s the difference between the two? Caucuses are elections run by political parties, while primaries are run …

STDs at all-time-high: How did we get here? | Just the FAQs

– Cases of some Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) have now reached a collective all-time high, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Among them is syphilis, a bacterial infection usually spread by sexual contact. It can live inside you for decades, progressing through …

Global Warming: rising temperatures could bring more snow | Just The FAQs

Global Warming: rising temperatures could bring more snow | Just The FAQs

As higher temperatures warm our atmosphere, they could have an unexpected consequence: more snow in some areas. And that’s because warming in the Arctic, might actually mean colder winters for some of us. That’s right. Even though it may be very cold and snowing in …

USA Today muestra la violencia y el dolor de los migrantes | Noticias Telemundo

USA Today muestra la violencia y el dolor de los migrantes | Noticias Telemundo

es migratoria te afecta las fronteras de este país no deja de ser un problema para nuestra comunidad pero como viven los migrantes su difícil viaje hacia eeuu grupo de 30 reporteros del diario ‘usa today’ se hizo esta misma pregunta y se metió durante …

The Saints are going to be ok without Drew Brees, NFL Week 4 Overreactions | SportsPulse

– [Narrator] Week four was shocking, time to overreact. Bridgewater stunned the Cowboys, giving them their first loss this season in a juggernaut slugfest and now we can finally say it, the Saints will be just fine without Brees. Look out, when he’s back. Finally, …

The Saints are a lock for Week 5 | SportsPulse

(upbeat music) (whoosh) – [Narrator] Indy, you are dead to me. My one blemish last week was picking the Colts as my lock, and they let me down against the Raiders. I may not pick Indy again. Maybe I will. Maybe I just need some …

Need a power nap? Here’s how a quick snooze can impact your daily life | Just The FAQs

Naps aren’t just for toddlers. Turns out, even adults can benefit from some daytime downtime. A power nap can improve performance in reaction time, logical reasoning, symbol recognition and, of course, one’s mood. In addition, the length of a nap offers different benefits. When you’re …

The science of a baseball’s flight | SportsPulse

(ambient music) (ball shooting) – My name is Lloyd Smith, I’m a professor in the school of mechanical and materials engineering. I’ve been at Washington State University for 23 years. I’ve been testing bats for most of that time and we’ve been a certification center …

USA Today: Kavanaugh Is A Child Molester

USA Today published a hit piece against Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Friday, telling readers he is likely a child molester. Sports reporter Erik Brady told readers that Kavanaugh ought to be kept away from coaching children even if he is cleared of …

Addiction 101: How opioids, cocaine, other drugs rewire the brain 🧠| Just The FAQs

Addiction 101: How opioids, cocaine, other drugs rewire the brain 🧠| Just The FAQs

– The human brain is hardwired to seek pleasure. That’s one of its jobs. Our brains are pretty much a gigantic network of neurons that try to school us into learning which behaviors are worthwhile, and which ones aren’t, on a daily basis. And today, …