Viral or Bacterial Infection? A New Test Can Identify Quickly

In a recent study proving feasibility, researchers discovered a new testing tool that can quickly identify viral and bacterial infections for respiratory sickness. The...

Study Shows That Playing Games Help to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

Dementia and Alzheimer’s are the diagnoses that flip the world upside down, not just for the individual with dementia but also for their family....

Chernobyl Radiation Can Affect Genetic Mutation

A recent study used genomic tools to investigate the potential health effects of exposure to carcinogen due to the 1986 Chernobyl accident. One study...

Selenium Can Increase the Lifespan and Protect Against Obesity

According to recent research adding selenium to the diet may prevent obesity and also gives metabolic benefits (including diet-induced obesity) to mice. These findings...

New Study Explains How Humans Grow Bigger Brains

This new research is the first to find how humans grow bigger brains, three times as many neurons. It is compared with the brains...

A Human Body without an Appendix

According to Charles Darwin, an appendix is a rudimentary organ for modern humans, just like our wisdom teeth and tailbone at the end of...

A New Brain Study Explains Why We Love Music!

A new brain study published its findings on Monday in the Journal of Neuroscience. This study proved that the love of music is not...

The Myth of Coffee Associated With Stunted Growth Debunked!

If you are someone who loves coffee, you might have heard people saying it is linked to stunted growth. But is it true? Let’s...

Smoking Pot Ruins Your Chance for Successful Adulthood

A recent study of twins discovered that the use of cannabis or smoking pot could affect a child’s future chances of getting a better...

A New Study Identified 50 New Eye Color Genes

According to recent research, scientists discovered 50 new eye color genes. In this analysis, around 195,000 people participated from Asia and Europe. The research...