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What Happens When You Go Into Shock?

On today’s episode: Hubble has spotted the oldest single star it’s ever seen. Scientists have come up with a solution to the icy ice cream problem. And our guest Scott tells us what going into shock really means. All that and more today on All Around Science....

Blood Type

On today’s episode: After anesthesia, your brain doesn’t reboot all at once. A tiny new method for delivering cancer drugs! Scientists are developing a way to turn your organs into universal donor organs for everyone. All that and more today on All Around...

The Origins of Our Moon

On today’s episode: New evidence that the virus which causes mono might also trigger Multiple Sclerosis. There’s something in the air…it’s DNA! New computer models help understand mysteries of the moon. All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS:...

MRI

On today’s episode: Watch out, flu virus; we found a new antibody, and we’re coming for you! Water plumes on Enceladus might not be coming from where we think they are. What exactly is MRI? It’s Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and it’s even cooler than you think. All...

Answering Questions

On today’s episode: Can avocado REALLY reduce your visceral belly fat? What can cold fountains of air above storms tell us about tornadoes below? And, on our celebration of our 55th episode, we answer YOUR questions! All that and more today on All Around Science....