Neuroscientists Say We’re Willing to Pay More for Our Food Cravings

You might have noticed that when you crave for something delicious, no matter how unhealthy or expensive it is, you’d pay for it. Thankfully, neuroscientists are on our side, blaming it on... Read more »

Cardiac Defects in Babies Tied To Post-Pregnancy Cardiovascular Disease in Their Mothers

Mothers that gave birth to babies with congenital heart defects could have a risk of heart problems later in life. They could have a heart attack or heart failure, warns a recent... Read more »

Injectable Bandage Developed by Researchers From Inspired Nanomaterials and Tissue Engineering Laboratory

Great news for doctors, soldiers and whoever is in need of quickly treating a wound and stop the bleeding! Researchers at the Inspired Nanomaterials and Tissue Engineering Laboratory have developed a bandage... Read more »

13-Year-Old Boy Spends Over 12 Hours in Sewage Pipes After Falling Into Drain Pipe

A young boy was unfortunate enough to fall down a drain pipe and spend over 12 hours until authorities found him. According to the officials, Jesse Hernandez is alive and well, despite... Read more »

Dozens Must See a Doctor – Tests For Diabetes Done With Reused Needle at Scarborough Health Fair

After the health fair at the Scarborough Village Recreation Centre, a complaint was filed on 25 March. Public health officials have investigated the complaint and they reached the conclusion that some needles... Read more »

Man Gets Vasectomy 2 Years Ago and Gets His Wife Pregnant

Meet Tully Hughes, the youngest boy of a Canadian family. He was quite a surprise to Dianne and Bobby because the father had a vasectomy two years before his wife got pregnant.... Read more »

Study Shows Americans Took Too Many Antibiotics for Sinus Infections

A few days ago, CDC published a study in JAMA Internal Medicine, called ‘Antibiotic therapy duration in US adults with sinusitis’. The authors of the study concluded that Americans have been prescribed... Read more »

Using MRIs Calgary Scientists Aim to Reduce Use of Mice and Rats in Medical Research

The University of Calgary now has a small MRI to help minimize the number of rats and mice they have in their experiments. Using the small MRI, medical scientists at the university... Read more »

Paddleboarder Attacked By Shark in Hawaii

It was a peaceful day until a scream filled a private beach on Hawaii’s biggest island. A man was paddleboarding when a shark attacked him. The beach didn’t have a lifeguard, but... Read more »

The African Continent is Splitting In Two

It’s just the beginning, but it’s happening right under our feet. The earth is in constant motion, even if we don’t always feel it. Well, Kenya has been experiencing a change that... Read more »