Junk Food Marketing Secretly Targets Kids On Social Media and on the Internet

If children are addicted to junk food, it’s because of the food advertising messing with the child’s brain. Many ads are directed especially to children, luring them towards unhealthy food. These facts... Read more »

A Bike and Google Street View Helps Seniors With Alzheimer’s and Dementia in Ontario

It’s called BikeAround, and it helps people from retirement homes to travel the world or to revisit places they cherish and remember. Starting as a project, this stationary bike with the Google... Read more »

Tetrachloroethene Case Study – Why Is It Important?

In case you haven’t heard about it, tetrachloroethene is the name given to tetracholoroethylene. It is also called perchloroethylene and abbreviated ‘perc’ or ‘PERC’. You might be more familiar with it if... Read more »

Ready For a Mission To Mars? Here Is A Problem You Never Thought To Encounter

Space flight is a challenge. We already know that astronauts face freezing temperatures, the vacuum of space, isolation, and radiation, but have you ever considered you might even lose your sight? Researchers... Read more »

4-year-old ‘Growling Like a Dog’, B.C. Naturopath Treated Him With Rabid Dog Saliva

A concerned mother took her little boy to a naturopath to help her with the boy’s behavior. The boy was aggressive at school and you hide under tables and growl like a... Read more »

HIV Sexual Transmission Could Be Stopped With a Vaginal Implant

A new medical device could help protect women from HIV infection during sex. Scientists with the University of Waterloo have developed a new technology, creating a vaginal implant to reduce the risk... Read more »

Immunotherapy Drugs Can Melt Away Lung Cancer

Drugs for immune therapy are able to give patients with lung cancer a new chance to enjoy life for some extra years, said doctors on Monday. They found that patients with lung... Read more »

One Single Foodborne Outbreak Has a Huge Impact On Restaurants, Study Shows

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have published their study in the journal Public Health Reports, after completing several computer simulations on foodborne illness outbreaks and their consequences... Read more »

The Days Of The Postcode Lottery For Infertility Treatment Might Be Numbered, Favoring Equal Rights For Those Affected

There are a few proposals to end the postcode lottery in infertility treatment that will be put to the House of Commons. Equal rights for couples struggling with infertility are needed Steve... Read more »

“Night Owls” Should Be Entitled To Flexible Working Hours, According To Latest Research

“Night owls” have something to celebrate these days. Some say that people who work later in the evening or who simply stay up late binging on YouTube are more creative and even... Read more »