Exposure to Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals Can Increase Obesity Rates

A research study from the Universities of Aveiro and Beira Interior, Portugal, has analyzed how some common chemicals can increase our risk of becoming overweight and obese. Previous studies pointed out that... Read more »

Carved Idol Found In the Urals Sheds a New Light on Ritual Art

When gold prospectors started digging in the Shigir peat bog in the Ural Mountains, on 24 January 1894, they found some carved pieces of wood that looked quite strange. There were ten... Read more »

Over 700 People In Iran Got Poisoned After Eating Wild Mushrooms: 9 Deaths, Dozens in Critical Condition

The emergency service in Iran faced a challenge when over 700 people arrived at the hospital with poisoning after eating wild mushrooms. The emergency services spokesman, Mojtaba Khalidi, stated: “The latest emergency... Read more »

Viagra and a Flu Vaccine Could Help Fight Against Cancer

A new research conducted by the Ottawa Hospital discovered a new treatment for cancer after the surgery. A combination of common treatments can help the immune system to fight against cancer cells... Read more »

Hitler Died in 1945, According to New Analysis of His Teeth

Forget about the conspiracy theories, because scientists have new proof that Hitler is actually dead. He died in 1945 in Berlin, after taking cyanide and a bullet, said French researchers who looked... Read more »

Horrifying Discovery: Manitoba Bats Suffer From a Deadly White-Nose Syndrome

It’s the first time when researchers are horrified to find bats in Manitoba suffering from a fatal infection: the white-nose syndrome. The disease has killed bat populations in other regions. It has... Read more »

Who Is Actually Stealing the Iron from Our Earth’s Crust? Scientists Found the Culprit

It took scientists years to learn who is the culprit behind the loss of our Earth’s iron in the crust. This week, scientists published their answer in the journal Science Advances, revealing... Read more »

Major Study Finds Three Genes Linked to Alzheimer’s

A study led by Edinburgh University scientists in collaboration with colleagues from Australia and from New York, shows that there are three new genes linked to Alzheimer’s disease. The most common form... Read more »

Some Calories Are Worse Than Others, Says New Study

We know that there are good calories and bad calories. However, a new study shows that there are even worse calories. But what should we avoid? A group of researchers has looked... Read more »

The Emerald Ash Borer Has Decimated Trees in Canada, And It Keeps on Spreading Due to Climate Change

Climate change keeps on affecting the environment, and it’s the leading cause of destroying sensitive ecosystems. A new study researched at the University of Waterloo focuses on how a bug called the... Read more »