A national survey shows that while Americans may differ by race, education, marital status and income, they share remarkably similar parenting views, needs and struggles.The post Parents Share Same Struggles and Joys: Results from National Parenting Survey appeared first on Decoded Parenting.
Studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) have produced incredible scientific achievements, including the field of nanotechnology. Today, nanotechnology is solving some of the world’s greatest problems in a range of industries, from environmental studies to health care and manufacturing. Universities are meeting this demand in STEM-focused industries by offering nanotechnology degree programs for […]
A home birth, with a midwife and doula in attendance, can be a very different experience from laboring in a hospital. Here's one young couple's story.The post What’s So Great About Home Birth? appeared first on Decoded Pregnancy.
Sedos revives Man of La Mancha at the Bridewell Theatre, London, to mark the 50th anniversary of the show's Broadway premiere. The post Man of La Mancha Revived to Mark 50th Anniversary of Broadway Premiere appeared first on Decoded Arts.
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Potassium Bromate - a wheat flour additive that is linked to cancer - still exists in some baked goods. Why is this chemical a problem? The post Potassium Bromate: Food Additive and Carcinogen? appeared first on Decoded Science.
Linear A and Linear B writing were the main forms of writing in ancient Crete. Widely used in Minoan culture, they were spread via trade through the ancient Greek world. The post The Cultural Influence of Linear A and Linear B Script appeared first on Decoded Past.
Seed saving is a time-honored way to preserve flowers and vegetables from year to year. Save seed from your favorite plants, with just a few simple steps.The post Selective Seed Saving – For Now and Later appeared first on Decoded Plants.