This Blind Woman Can See Objects Only If They Move

Inside the human brain, there’s a tissue the size of a tennis ball that allows us to see. But in Milena Canning’s brain, that tissue is missing, meaning that she’s blind. Except... Read more »

Einstein Diaries Reveal A Racist Side, Even Though He Criticized It In The USA

Albert Einstein held a speech in the United States against racism and oppression of African Americans, saying that “separation is not a disease of colored people. It is a disease of white... Read more »

NASA’s Mars Rover Opportunity Hit By a Massive Storm Might End His Long Mission

NASA’s Rover Opportunity has been on Mars for over a decade, but a sandstorm might end its mission. Opportunity project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, John Callas stated in an interview... Read more »

Fifty-year-olds With Raised Blood Pressure at Greater Risk of Developing Dementia

Raised blood pressure in people aged 50 could increase their risk of developing dementia later in life, according to a new study. The participants in the study who didn’t have other cardiovascular... Read more »

University of Windsor Student Launches Compost Company to Deal With Organic Waste

By 2025, the provincial government will have every city get green bin recycling, meaning that they will have to offer the collection of organic waste, as they do now for bottles or... Read more »

Toronto Public Health Possible Exposure to Hepatitis A at Union Station Food Kiosk

People who recently ate at a Union Station food kiosk might have been exposed to Hepatitis A, warns Toronto Public Health. On 12 June, the health unit stated in a news release... Read more »

Ticks With Lyme Disease Found in Hamilton

The public health department in Hamilton is looking for a way to manage the tick invasion as there is an “estimated Lyme disease risk area.” They found black-legged deer ticks, which are... Read more »

Autism Is Linked to This Physical Characteristic, Says New Study

A new study published in Autism Research found a link between boys with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and the rapid skeletal growth since they’re born and until they reach the age of... Read more »

Asteroids Could Make Everyone on Earth £75 billion Richer

Forget about cryptocurrency, because asteroid mining is the next thing and companies are already rushing to get to space and mine some ore. According to NASA, asteroids have a big value: up... Read more »

Lola the Vancouver Fire Trauma Dog Will Help Her Human Colleagues Cope With Stress

An adorable golden retriever that won’t stop smiling for a second has just completed her training and is ready to start her job at the Vancouver Fire. First responders to tragedies like... Read more »