Zika outbreak in Brazil flares abortion debate

Zika outbreak in Brazil flares abortion debate

Before her son was born, Danielle Alves wasn’t aware that Luiz Gustavo will have Microcephaly, a condition that would leave the 3-year-old so disabled...

This is the most effective way to ‘QUIT SMOKING’ says research

As per a new research by Dr.Nicola Lindson-Hawley and her team, that is published in Annals of Internal Medicine reports, ‘cold turkey’ is the...

Scientists Grow Working Vocal Cords in Lab

We might soon see doctors using lab-grown vocal cord tissue capable of producing realistic sounds for combating voice loss or damaged voice. Scientists have...

Green apple and tomatoes slows down ATF4 effect on muscle aging

A study conducted by a team of US researchers at the University of Iowa is suggesting that natural compounds present in green tomatoes and...

Mammograms still aren’t 100%, debate continues to grow

Mammograms are widely considered one of the best options for detecting breast cancer, but more and more medical professionals are suggesting that mammograms might...

Listeria found again, but what is the illness?

Listeria has been connected to a second ice cream company, this time, in Ohio instead of Texas. Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams of Ohio recalled...

Coffee shifts our body’s internal clock by 40 minutes

According to a recent study published in Science Translation Medicine, drinking a cup coffee in the evening can help us stay awake for more...

Scientists designs Mother Robot that works on process of evolution by natural selection

A team of scientists at the Cambridge University has developed a unique robot with unique capabilities. It’s a mother robot that can have babies,...

Hepatitis C Virus’s widespread screening may not be completely beneficial: reveals research

Hepatitis C, caused by Hepatitis C virus is considered as a serious health threat worldwide. To prevent untimely deaths caused by this liver disease...

New Food Label Halts Deceptive Advertising

There was once a time when the term “gluten-free” could be stamped on any food item in your local grocery store, whether it was...

Time Treats Back Pain More Effectively than Physical Therapy: Study

According to findings of a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), early physical therapy is only capable of...

EWG Action Fund finds asbestos fiber in kid’s crayons and detective toys

According to a recently released report, multiple brands of toy detective kits and crayons have tested positive for the cancer-causing component called asbestos. The...

Pioneering leprosy scientist Thomas Rea dies at 86

Dr Thomas Herald Rea, a dermatologist who specialised in research and treatments for leprosy, died on Feb 7th. In news only just released to...

Native-like trimers represent a promising starting point for developing HIV-1 vaccines

Researchers representing the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative or IAVI, the Rockefeller University and the Scripps Research Institute or TSRI have successfully demonstrated in mice...

NIH discovers smallpox vial in Maryland

Earlier this month, on July 1st, the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) scientists uncovered the smallpox virus in vials. The virus, marked as "variola",...

Reduce Belly Fat: 12 proven tips to help you lose belly fat

Belly Fat, apart from looking bad, poses a serious threat to our body’s metabolic health. It is known to cause diabetes and various kinds...

Study says taller people face higher risk of developing cancer

Being tall increases one’s risk of developing cancer as per the new study. They said that the increase in risk is more prominent among...

New HIV prevention pill producing encouraging results

According to findings of two recently conducted studies, a pill meant for preventing HIV infections in high-risk population seems to be delivering desired results....

Brain damage due to stroke might point to source of addiction

Scientists are saying that a particular part of our brain is responsible for driving smoking addiction. They are saying so after discovering that stroke...

Naked Labs’ fitness scanner measures your whole body in 3D

SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2016, Naked Labs, which is a Silicon Valley fitness tech startup, has unveiled the first 3D Fitness Tracker, which can...

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