Research Shows We Can Reduce Violence in Humans With Mild Electric Stimulation of the Brain

Researchers have published on 3 July in the Journal of Neuroscience the results of their study at the University of Pennsylvania and the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. They found that... Read more »

3D-Printing Living Tissues Can Put an End to Arthritis

Damaged joints could heal themselves with a little help from 3D printers that can print living tissues. One in 10 people in the world has arthritis, being a painful disease caused by... Read more »

Sedentary Life Increases Risk of Death From 14 Diseases, Reports the American Cancer Society

A study conducted by the American Cancer Society found that people who sit more than six hours a day or more have an increased risk of early death – 19%! The study... Read more »

The Potential Complications of Surgery in Space

As we know, astronauts must face lots of difficulties during a mission in space. Even the easiest task may become quite a challenge when there is no gravity. However, the list of... Read more »

Artificial Ovary to Give Women a Chance to Conceive After Chemo

An “artificial ovary” was made with the help of doctors from human tissue and eggs. They wanted to help women around the world to be able to have children after they had... Read more »

Risk of Dying Decreases After the Age of 105

It might sound surprising or counterintuitive to think that as you get older, your chances of dying diminish. A new study shows that the risk of dying won’t increase as we get... Read more »

Mosquito Season Brings West Nile Virus in the US

It’s not only summer season, but it’s also mosquito season in the US. They’re annoying, and they’re very dangerous. In Ohio, Washington, and Virginia, they tested positive for the West Nile virus.... Read more »

Research Finds Link Between Autoimmune Disorders and Psychosis

Previous studies have shown that there is a connection between autoimmune disorders and psychosis, but findings showed conflicting results, and researchers couldn’t reach a conclusion. In a quest to solve this issue,... Read more »

Antidepressant Could Treat An Incurable and Rare Liver Disease, Finds UCalgary Research Study

Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC) is an incurable and rare form of liver disease, which can be fatal if not treated. PBC is more common in female patients between the ages of 40-60,... Read more »

Only 23% of US Adults Exercise Enough, According to New CDC Reports

Based on some new data collected by CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, only a quarter of the US adult population exercise as much as they should in their free time, taking... Read more »