Have you been curious about science but have always struggled with having enough confidence to pursue it? If so, then this blog article is for you. In this article, we will look at seven of the most amazing things that have happened in science and see where the future is going! Reading these stories might help encourage your confidence and push you to explore what lies ahead both in the future and on earth today!
Doctors Twin Helped Save Heredity Researcher’s Son
Eight years ago, Sarah and Emily McKee were struggling to conceive. After months of failed attempts, the doctors told the twins that they would have to consider other options. But then, out of the blue, Sarah became pregnant. They weren’t sure how it happened, but they knew it was a sign from God. The McKees were ecstatic and thrilled when their son arrived healthy and happy in December 2009. However, during his first few weeks of life, things started to change for Tyler. He began experiencing seizures and was increasingly lethargic. Concerned about Tyler’s health and well-being, Sarah took him to a pediatric neurologist who diagnosed him with encephalitis neonatorum – a rare condition caused by an infection in the newborn brain.
Doctors weren’t sure what to do for Tyler, but they had faith that he would be okay because his twin sister had survived this condition months earlier. Though doctors weren’t always sure whether Tyler would make it through, his twin sisters’ strength and perseverance helped save his life! With support from family and friends, Sarah began treatment, including intravenous IV antibiotics and nutritional supplements. Within days of starting treatment, Tyler began showing signs of improvement, and within a few weeks, he was back home with his family, completely recovered.
MRSA Can Cure the Flu
MRSA can help cure the flu. It is a type of bacteria that helps the body fight off disease. It’s often associated with getting sick from other infections, but it can also help cure the flu. Infection with MRSA is rare, but when it does happen, it can be deadly. When people get sick with the flu and also have MRSA, their bodies can heal many of the problems that come with both infections simultaneously.
Scientists Just Discovered the C Urinary System
Scientists have recently discovered a new organ in the urinary system – the C urinary system. This system is the first of its kind and was only found after years of research. This new organ helps to remove waste from the body, and it plays an essential role in overall health. The C urinary system also helps to protect against disease by cleaning the body of harmful toxins. This discovery is significant because it sheds new light on how the body functions and explains some previously mysterious phenomena. The C urinary system is a vital part of human health and should be recognized.
Dutch Scientist Created a Radical New Type of Water
Swimming in salt water may not be as refreshing as swimming in freshwater, but it’s more detoxifying. That’s because salt water has a higher chloride ions (HCl) concentration. Dutch scientist Ruud de Vries came up with the idea of adding chloride ions to freshwater to create “hygienic” drinking water.
There is no single way to view the multiverse. Recently, several amazing discoveries have made us realize just how vast and complex this universe is. For example, we now know that our universe is one small piece in a giant multiverse puzzle.
The Evolutionary Biology of Cooperation: How Cheating Can Lead to Victory
Many animals cooperate to survive, yet some instances of cooperation lead to more tremendous success than when individuals act alone. This is because cooperative behavior allows groups of animals to cheat and take advantage of their opponents. Chimpanzees, for example, know how to deceive rival groups of chimpanzees by hiding food or taking it first. Through this cheating, they can accumulate resources faster than their competitors and dominate them in the hierarchy.
Fascinating Art Against Cancer
A cancer survivor who used art to help herself heal is powerful. Art is an effective form of therapy for mental and physical health issues. In one study, patients who were given paintings to think about during radiation therapy reported fewer adverse side effects than those who were not given any art.
Science teachers and students alike should be excited about the potential for using storytelling as a tool to help increase scientific confidence. By telling amazing stories that inspire and motivate, science, educators can help ordinary people understand complex scientific concepts in a way that makes them feel more confident in science.