Tag: Study

Rare Skin Condition Can Lead To Parkinson’s: Says Study!

A team of scientists at the Denmark’s University of Copenhagen have linked a rare skin condition named Rosacea to an increased risk of Parkinson’s...
"Your Horse May Know What You're Feeling"

Horses May Understand What You’re Thinking!

A study published on February 10, 2016, in Biology Letters talks about how the researchers made premium quality, life-size color prints of humans smiling...

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...

Diamonds Might Help Detect Cancer

We might soon see diamond acting as a tool for detecting cancer in its earliest stages. A team of physicists at the University of...

Fish oil can prevent psychotic disorders in people at maximum risk

Researchers are now claiming that eating more fish or consuming fish oil supplements regularly might help in preventing psychosis in people at maximum risk...

Playing Tetris weakens drugs, food and activity cravings in natural way

According to a new study published in the journal Addictive Behaviors, playing Tetris for three minutes can reduce one’s cravings for food, drugs, sleeping...

Pentaquark discovered at CERN’s LHCb experiment is a way to aggregate quarks

According to a recently published press release, scientists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider have discovered a class of subatomic particle called the pentaquark. This...

Basic information on Atherosclerosis was wrong: Study

A study conducted by researchers at the University of Virginia, School of Medicine has revealed that the efforts put in by doctors for combating...

Genetic diversity affects only height and smartness, not HBP or cholesterol levels

Genetic diversity is said to be playing a big role in making humans better. A new study, which was recently published in the science...

Massive sinkholes spotted on Comet 67P

Scientists are saying that the comet 67P, which is currently being studied by the Rosetta probe of the European Space Agency (ESA), has huge...

Toxic fish poisoning more common in Florida, study finds

A study published in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene indicates that Ciguatera, a perilous toxin present in tropical reef fish like...

Kennewick man was Native American, study says

Nearly two decades back, in July 1996 to be more precise, a couple of college students wandering in the shallow riverbed of the Columbia...
Salmon

Pacific Salmon traced to their origin in new study

Pacific Salmon have officially had their roots successfully traced. According to a recent study, a team of researchers and scientists utilized a chemical tagging...

Astronomers study star dust formation through SN2010jl supernova

Astronomers in Chile have researched a supernova called SN2010jl to learn more about cosmic stardust, including where it comes from and in how many...

Latest Articles