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Today we discuss how recycling used personal protective equipment can make stronger concrete, a rise in ADHD symptoms among male weightlifters who take steroids, and the battle of the sexes among male and female butterflies!
- “PPE can be recycled to make stronger concrete” by Gosia Kaszubska and Will Wright
- “Recycled PPE could strengthen concrete” by The Engineer
Steroid Use and ADHD
- “ADHD symptoms and use of anabolic androgenic steroids among male weightlifters” by Emilie Kildal, Bjørnar Hassel & Astrid Bjørnebekk
- “ADHD symptoms are more prevalent in male weightlifters who use steroids, study finds” by Patricia Y. Sanchez
- “In butterfly battle of sexes, males deploy ‘chastity belts’ but females fight back” by Halle Marchese and Natalie van Hoose
- “Is Sexual Conflict a Driver of Speciation? A Case Study With a Tribe of Brush-footed Butterflies” by Ana Paula S Carvalho, Ryan A St Laurent, Emmanuel F A Toussaint, Caroline Storer, Kelly M Dexter, Kwaku Aduse-Poku, and Akito Y Kawahara
- “Ruff Sex: A Chastity Belt for Dogs” by Buck Wolf
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