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(+Video) Cockroaches use multiple muscles to chew hard material

Study says that cockroaches make use of fast and slow twitch muscle fibers at the same time adding a 'force boost' to their mandibles making it...

Un-bee-lievable! Honeybees have spread sweetness since Stone Age

Relationship between human beings and honeybees date back to several thousands of years, according to researchers from University of Bristol. They stated this after analyzing...

Antibiotics may transform MRSA into a Superbug

Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, or MRSA may once have been a controllable health issue but during the last few decades is has transformed into something serious...

Mom’s aneurysm diagnosed as she attempts to save son’s life

They knew they had to wait and it was not easy but they did not give up hope and finally, not only did they achieve...

(+Video) Scientists capture image of asteroid being torn by dead star

For the first time ever, a picture of an asteroid being torn apart by a dead star has been captured clearly showing the formation of...

New technique for plasma confinement discovered (Video)

A major fusion collaboration between Chinese and US research teams has made an attempt to reduce the distance between the plasma and the wall...

Mom makes ‘princess’ wig for kids with cancer

An Alaska woman's ‘Magic Yarn Project’ has added a lot of love to the lives of many children suffering from cancer. She is creating...

Medicines behave just the same on Earth and in space

A pilot-scale study was led by Virginia Wotring of the Center for Space Medicine and Department of Pharmacology at Baylor College of Medicine in...

Following E. Coli outbreak, Chipotle to reopen 43 outlets soon

In October a severe E. coli outbreak affected a total of 43 people, out of which 28 were located in Washington and 15 in...

Humour preferences can detect early signs of Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimer’s disease impacts over 35 million people worldwide. This makes it one of the most common forms of dementia and is estimated to be the...

Frequent self-weighing may lead to depression

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Keeping a tab on your weight is not a bad thing but recent study finds that always looking at your weight...

Belly fat is dangerous for overall health (Video)

Since time immemorial, doctors have stated that extra body fat, no matter where it is stored, is of no good. According to an article published today in the...

New Horizons may have found icy volcanoes on Pluto (+Video)

Recent pictures from NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft show that two icy volcanoes may be located close to the south pole of Pluto. However these...

Seaworld may discontinue its orcas show (+Video)

Seaworld may soon discontinue its killer whales/orcas show following continued demand from animal rights activists for the release of all orcas. Democrat representative Adam Schiff,...

Risk of kidney cancer increases with meat

There are many different methods for cooking meat and a study has found that some of these methods may lead to an increased risk of...

Woman goes to hospital for stomach ache, finds out she’s pregnant

Usually, a pregnancy is pretty hard to miss. Pregnancies are accompanied by a wide range of high noticeable physical changes. Yet occasionally woman can...

High dose of vitamin C can kill colorectal cancer cells (+Video)

Vitamin C is known to be an effective component in the the treatment of some diseases and for regulating key parts of the body's functioning. Now,...

Live tapeworm larva removed from Man’s brain

Luis Ortiz had been admitted to the hospital for almost three months bit if one asks him, he has no clue why. He could...

Improved sex may be a bonus of weight loss surgery

According to the findings of a recent study, sex life may improve after a weight-loss surgery. Researchers find that that sex life can improve...

Domoic acid makes Dungeness crab unfit for consumption

Risky levels of domoic acid, a naturally occurring poison, has been detected in waters between the Oregon border and the southern Santa Barbara County...

(+Video) Dogs may die with sugarless chewing gums having Xylitol

Sugarless gum poses a life threatening hazard for dogs because it contains an ingredient that may poison them to death. Though sugarless gum is safe...

Footballers have worryingly bad dental health

According to a new study, nearly four in every 10 professional UK football players suffer from active tooth decay and every 20th player has irrreversible...

Taurid meteor shower will show up in November after 10 years

The Northern Taurid meteor lights up once in every ten years and is a treat to watch. Around this time, another linked meteor shower, the...

Genetic secrets of pineapple revealed (Video)

Pineapple is a tropical fruit enjoyed the world over, best known for pina coladas, upside down cake and Hawaiian pizza, the fruit has always...

Learn why Omura’s whale is a mythical mammal (Video)

Up until now, Omura's whale was rarely spotted and therefore not much data was available. The mythical marine mammal took marine biologists by surprise when they...
Alzheimer's

Death rate on the rise among middle-aged white Americans

A self report by the white population reported declining overall health, cognitive health, and even daily life activities along with a rise in reports of ...

Use of Mobile phones and tablets is a daily activity among preschoolers

In a parental survey, researchers found that the most popular mobile gadget among kids is a tablet and even toddlers as young as one...

Wyoming mountain ‘Crack’ explained

Surprising it may sound, a bunch of hunters came across a huge crack in the foothills of Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains. There is no specific reason...