At the root of every disease process is inflammation, a first defence process used by the body in order to try and heal itself. The problem is that when your body is in that state chronically it creates an overactive immune system, which brings crippling pain with it. This Continue reading Astaxanthin – the Ultimate Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Aging Nutrient
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources says it has confirmed a new invasive algae was present in a southeastern Wisconsin lake.
The DNR says starry stonewort was found during routine monitoring in Little Muskego Lake in Waukesha County in Continue reading DNR confirms new invasive algae found in Wisconsin
Urchins are marine invertebrates that mould the biological richness of marine grounds. However, an excessive proliferation of urchins may also have severe ecological consequences on marine grounds as they reduce algal cover and affect the survival of other marine species. To explore global Continue reading How can we avoid kelp beds turning into barren grounds?
Tourists were left panicked at a holiday resort after the ocean turned blood red overnight – leading many to believe that somebody had perhaps been attacked by a shark.
Pictures of a crimson tide crashing onto Continue reading Holidaymakers panic as sea turns blood red
[USA] When University of Georgia ecology professor Jeb Byers first came to Georgia, he figured seaweed wasn’t on the list of species to study.
“They said you’re not gonna ever see seaweed again,” Byers recalled. “It Continue reading An invasive seaweed settles in its Georgia niche
Under the guidance of their principals, many primaries schools in Kigali city have started to breed a blue-green algae called spirulina, widely believed to contain a miraculous array of vitamins, minerals and nutrients.
At the primary school of Nyamirambo, Continue reading Rwanda vows to eradicate children malnutrition with Spirulina
A study of ancient marine algae, led by the University of Southampton, has found that climate change affected their growth and skeleton structure, which has potential significance for today’s equivalent microscopic organisms that play an important role in the world’s oceans. Continue reading Ancient marine algae provides clues of climate change impact on today’s microscopic ocean organisms
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich today threatened to veto a broad bill designed to reduce algal blooms on Lake Erie and better regulate a growing oil and gas drilling industry if controversial provisions affecting telephone service Continue reading Gov. Kasich threatens to veto broad algae-related bill
For five decades, the French brand has been tapping the wonders of the ocean to benefit those in search of beauty and serenity.
IN THE 19th century, the French became specialists in sea water cures Continue reading Thalgo celebrates marine seaweed intelligence
WASHINGTON — As biotech masterminds and venture capitalists scramble to hatch a new generation of environmentally friendly fuels that can help power the average gasoline-burning car, they are confronting an unexpected obstacle: the White House. Continue reading Obama may put brakes on alternative fuels as pressure is coming from oil firms, car makers