Smells of Nature Lower Physiological Stress
Smells of Nature Lower Physiological Stress
In a virtual reality experiment, participants recovered faster from a small electric shock when they could smell natural scents than when they could smell urban odors.
Smells of Nature Lower Physiological Stress
Smells of Nature Lower Physiological Stress

In a virtual reality experiment, participants recovered faster from a small electric shock when they could smell natural scents than when they could smell urban odors.

In a virtual reality experiment, participants recovered faster from a small electric shock when they could smell natural scents than when they could smell urban odors.

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Point of Impact
Point of Impact
Erin Weeks | Sep 16, 2013
The collision of comets and icy surfaces can spur the formation of amino acids.
FDA to Debate Starch Treatment
Bob Grant | Aug 31, 2012
The US Food and Drug Administration will consider whether or not to stop the use of intravenous starch solutions to replace lost blood.
Kerfuffle Over Antishock Drug Paper
Bob Grant | Aug 3, 2012
A slight flaw in a study on the effectiveness of a drug widely used to combat shock in critically injured patients almost gets a Danish researcher sued for millions.