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Pollinators might have a harder time finding camouflaged plants, and the gray and brown coloration could impair photosynthetic activity.These plants seem like they’re trying to hide from people|Jonathan Lambert|November 20, 2020|Science News
Junk food shapes adolescent brains in ways that impair their ability to think, learn and remember.
Such changes can further impair the heart’s ability to pump blood effectively.Teen athletes with even mild COVID-19 can develop heart problems|Partho Sengupta|November 18, 2020|Science News For Students
One case related to the accessibility for the hearing impaired is a great example.Is your website at risk for an ADA accessibility lawsuit?|Richard Horvath|November 12, 2020|Search Engine Land
Self-reported anxiety and depression symptoms may not be long-lasting enough or impair daily functioning enough to be classed as mental disorders.‘Deaths of despair’ are rising. It’s time to define despair|Bruce Bower|November 2, 2020|Science News
Either would be very disruptive, severely impairing global economic development and regional security in the Asia-Pacific region.
But this goldsmith's work, far from impairing the effect of the whole, adds a certain fascination to it.Bastien Lepage|Fr. Crastre
The strictest accuracy has thus been secured without impairing the interest of the story.
He recalled all the petty strain and stress of trifling tragedies which had been steadily impairing his mental serenity.Katharine Frensham|Beatrice Harraden
He seemed to her to have a rather remarkable faculty for slightly impairing the value of everything of which he wrote or spoke.Gray youth|Oliver Onions
Depressing thoughts interfere with the cerebral circulation, impairing the nutrition of the cells and nerve centers.Nuggets of the New Thought|William Walker Atkinson,