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Feminists Are Going to the Amazon to Drink Ayahuasca
Through her organization, Cosmic Sister, Helene founded the Plant Spirit Grant, a grant to enable women to "experience the healing and consciousness-expanding journey of ayahuasca ceremony in the Peru... read more
Water Is Life
The rubber trade of the Upper Amazon ... conducted little research on the decline of human health on Loreto’s five rivers, leaving only suggestive data — 98 percent of Achuar children tested positive ... read more
Reporting ‘misrepresents’ business sustainability: study
Analysis undertaken for Catalyst Australia found inconsistencies between how companies ranked their application of widely-used sustainability guidelines ... the checks were conducted by the Global Rep... read more
Teen’s quest for Amazon ‘medicine’ ends in tragedy
She didn’t want her 18-year-old son heading to the Amazon jungle at all — let alone, without learning everything he could about the supposed “medicine” with the ... are trying to raise money to study ... read more
Longest-ever eDNA study offers important insights into ocean health
The study is the longest multi-year marine eDNA study yet conducted and showcases the power of eDNA technologies to monitor our ocean health. Ph.D. student Tina Berry and Professor Michael Bunce, from ... read more
Psychedelic Feminism Grants Hand Talking Stick to Women of Cannabis and the Psychedelic Renaissance
Cosmic Sister's grants are supported in part by Cosmic Sister's partner and primary sponsor, Medicine Hunter ... Amazon multiple times to photograph grant recipients, indigenous Shipibo healers, and o... read more
NCBI ROFL: What your poop looks like can tell you how long it’s been inside.
Knowing how long it takes poop to travel through ... The scientists in this study investigated that question by having volunteers eat visible pellets and measuring how long it took them to come back o... read more
Why Do Students Kill Their Class-Mates?
A 2010 study conducted by Karen Clark and Elizabeth Marquardt ... The latest statistics from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) show that the number of children who were created wit... read more
For Whom the Births (and Worms) Toll
A new study led by UC Santa Barbara researchers, however, finds that indigenous women in the Bolivian Amazon with some of the highest birth ... “Despite rapid reproduction, female hunter-gatherers and ... read more
Empty forest or empty rivers? A century of commercial hunting in Amazonia
Strikingly, no previous study has examined ... western Brazilian Amazon during the 1950s and 1960s, according to the two hypothetical scenarios. Refuge size and finite rate of population increase (λ) ... read more
NCBI ROFL: Penile fracture seems more likely during sex under stressful situations.
Medical literature has described the etiology and treatment of penile fracture. We report the remarkably unusual social situations of a series of patients who sustained this unique injury. We conducte... read more
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Study suggests buried Internet infrastructure at risk as sea levels rise
We don't have 50 years." The study, conducted with Barford's former student Ramakrishnan Durairajan, now of the University of Oregon, and Carol Barford, who directs UW-Madison's Center for Sustainabil... read more
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