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 »

Five Glasses of Alcohol Per Week Will Shorten Our Lives

A new research conducted by the University of Cambridge, partly funded by the British Heart Foundation reveals that regular drinking of alcohol could shorten our life. Alcohol drinking is linked to strokes,... Read more »

Poor Diet Can Lead to Mental Health Crisis In Teens

Fiona Hunter has seen a connection between mental health crisis and a poor diet in teenagers. It seems that they might lack the vitamins and minerals, thus making them feel unhappy. The... Read more »

Eating Disorders in Teens Increases the Risk of Depression and of Being Bullied

Researchers have recently published a study called ‘Longitudinal Associations Among Bullying by Peers, Disordered Eating Behavior, and Symptoms of Depression During Adolescence’, in JAMA Psychiatry. According to the study, eating disorders increase... Read more »

New Theory: There is an Explanation For Why Haven’t We Found Aliens Yet

It’s been centuries since humankind kept staring at the sky, trying to find something else… And for some time, we’ve been gazing into space to see if there is intelligent life elsewhere... Read more »

Researchers Successfully Removed Alzheimer’s Gene From Human Brain

The dreaded illness could soon have a cure with the scientists’ recent breakthrough in genetics. They have successfully removed a gene that causes Alzheimer’s disease from a human brain. So far, there... Read more »

AI May Get Depressed or Hallucinate in the Future

Scientists believe that they could make AI learn emotion. They can introduce a hormone-like system and, using machine learning, it could also risk learning how to feel or it could also experience... Read more »

Scientists Discovered a New Theory: Our Eyebrows and Foreheads Helped Us Survive

What’s the difference between us and our ancient Homo heidelbergensis? Well, it’s the brow and the forehead! Our ancestors had heavy brows and very small foreheads, and if we had those too,... Read more »

Breast Cancer Patients With More Muscle Mass Have A Better Chance of Survival: Study

People struggling with cancer might protest, saying that they’re trying to stay alive and they would rather not spend time getting buff… But a study published in JAMA Oncology found that women... Read more »

A New Study Conducted At CERN Has Revealed The Color Of Antimatter

  Scientists at CERN in Geneva have recently discovered the color of antimatter. They call it an “unprecedented color,” revealed by its structure. When the universe was created, matter and antimatter were... Read more »