Glues that are recommended

Many of the multipurpose adhesives, superglues, epoxies, and wood glues that we analyzed were adequately powerful for their intended purpose. But no single adhesive worked for everything–and a few just worked at all. Consumer Reports is your best resource, in the event you’re seeking advice about glues. Consumer Reports’ paste reviews will give you fair […]

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Drugs and other contaminants found in private drinking wells on Cape Cod

(Silent Spring Institute) In a new study, researchers found more than a dozen household chemicals in drinking water from private wells on Cape Cod. Backyard septic systems were identified as the likely source of contamination. Given that 44 million Americans rely on private wells and 25 percent of all American households have a septic system, […]

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UTSA neuroscientist receives $1.8 million grant to support dopamine research

(University of Texas at San Antonio) Carlos Paladini, UTSA associate professor of neuroscience, has received a $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to take a closer look at dopamine bursts in the brain. Paladini, who has done extensive research on methods to treat drug addiction by manipulating dopamine levels, hopes that this […]

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