Methane Emissions from Lakes Might Get Double in The Next 5 Decades

Freshwater lakes in the northern hemisphere could double methane emissions over the next five decades, says a new study. Scientists have discovered that lakes could be triggered by warmer water, increasing the... Read more »

Pakistan: A Polio Vaccination Campaign Starts Today

As per the central government, a sum of 23.8 million youngsters under five years old are going to be targeted in the immunization campaign, incorporating 7.8 million in Punjab, 8.17 million in... Read more »

A 4-Year-Old Boy Saved the Lives of His 4-Month-Old Twin Brothers

When Robin Pownall gave birth to her twins, she was happy to add two more children to her family. She was already a mother of a brave four-year-old boy. His baby brothers,... Read more »

Surgeons’ Skills Improve with Age, Says New U.S. Study

A new study published in The BMJ written by researchers at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in Los Angeles, suggests that surgeons’ skills get better with age and that... Read more »

Study Suggests Feeding Meat to your Infants Could Help Them Grow Faster

The talk around being sure of what you should or you should not feed your infant has been a discussion that has been going on for as long as one can remember... Read more »

WALL-E and EVE Head Towards Mars With InSight

Mars InSight lander has been launched early Saturday and with it, two small satellites called WALL-E and EVE took a ride with it. They don’t look like the characters in the animated... Read more »

NASA Twin Satellites Will Launch in May to Study Water and Ice on Earth

Until 2017, NASA and the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) have had two GRACE satellites in space to study water on Earth. They’ve done it for the past 15 years and... Read more »

UBC Discovered that Magnetic Pulses Can Successfully Treat Depression

Scientists in Vancouver and Toronto have successfully found a new way to treat depression. It’s with magnetic pulses around the brain, but there is one issue – the treatment is not covered... Read more »

Scientists Have Developed a More Accurate Peanut Allergy Test

Scientists from the UK have a new and more accurate blood test to diagnose allergy to peanuts. Peanuts are a common fatal food that causes anaphylaxis or severe allergic reactions. One in... Read more »

Mosquitoes that Carry Zika to Bring Yellow Fever Too

The Zika event of 2016 could transform into a yellow fever event this year if South Florida inhabitants let down their guard with regards to shielding themselves from infection-conveying mosquitoes. There hasn’t... Read more »