How to Make Your Lungs Healthier Than Ever

Over 100,000 people in the United States died from the coronavirus in a 6-month period; this is a threat we must fight through knowledge and preparation. We’ve been lulled into important trends, such as using more sunscreen and submitting to the almighty avocado toast. Even Cheerios has some support from the American Heart Association. Worthy […]

Does HIV hide in your brain?

Does the HIV virus live in your brain? Recent research suggest that it might. According to a study in the journal PLOS Pathogens, researchers found that HIV cells can hide in brain cells called astrocytes. Astrocytes make up about 60% of the total cells in our brain. If someone is infected with HIV, then 1% and […]

Does A Pandemic Change Our Sense of Time? This Researcher Says Yes.

Philip Gable is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Delaware and he’s been studying about time and how people perceive it for the past 10 years. He has an interesting article out on LiveScience about the pandemic and its relationship to time. So what is the connection between a disease and the […]

Climate Change: The Data Visualization Version

There is a lot of debate about climate change. But behind the loud voices of the debate, there are people who are using data and data visualization to show the reality of the climate change problem. Here are some of our favorite data visualizations about climate change. Global Temperature Change Between 1850 and 2017 Fast-Growing […]

Data Visualizations from History

New Chart of History

Data visualization is a relatively new field, a recent field that arose as computers and science became better at gathering and finding ways to show data in pretty ways — right? Turns out that data visualization has been done even before computers, and yes — it was by hand. Take a look and be amazed […]