As issue on vaccine safety come into spotlight, sceintists gather and present numerous studies of the risks and benefits. In the end, data show that there are more evidence that it saves lives compared to the harm that it causes.
According to a new research, love makes the brain mix up people's names. It is dubbed a brain glitch, and it happens because we store the names of loved ones in one folder in the brain.
A research says that gaydar is a real thing and that it works the same way we size up other people for other things. The study also explains the ways we can identify other people's sexual orientation.
A lot of sex with the same partner before conception is found to boost the woman's immune system, leading to a healthy pregnancy. Experts explain that the father' s seminal fluid plays a significant role in the mother's health and pregnancy.
A controversial video from ISS is making UFO hunters claim that the astronaut hides evidence of alien life from the public. Recently, a surge of UFO sightings have been recorded around the world, perking the interest of alien enthusiasts.
A new game app retrains the brain to choose healthy food options and ignore junkfoods by playing it less than 10 minutes a day. Psychologists develop the game by using neurpscience , using the brain's tendency to crave for sugary and fatty food.
Migraine linked to increased chances of stroke after a surgery is the highlight of a recent study. Even though the risk is low, doctors are still urged to inform their patients of the possibility of the risk before surgery.
A Facebook post of a box of lemons gives visual cues about breast cancer signs, and have gone viral on the social media. A woman claims that the image have helped save her life after realizing that one of her breasts looks similar to that of the indented lemons.
A new study finds Asian countries to be top gadget waste producers, posing risks to both public health and the environment. Governments are urged to enact policies that will better manage the skyrocketing electronic wastes.
The latest meningitis death have potentially exposed 300 more fitness members to the bacteria in an exercise studio at Marin County. Public health officials are notifying suspected people who have come in contact with the victim to immediately get preventive antibiotics.
A new study found a groundbreaking discovery as to the link between blood pressure before pregnancy and the gender of the baby. The finding shows that women with higher bloop pressure are more likely to conceive male babies, and vice versa.
During the 2015 menigitis outbreak, a University of Oregon student was allegedly misdiagnosed, resulting to an expensive medical situation. The student now files a $3 million lawsuit against the clinic that caused the delay of her diagnosis of meningitis.
A patient recently diagnosed with tuberculosis reportedly visited Ohio's Hospital Neonatal Unit, prompting health officials to test all possibly exposed individuals, including infants. A tuberculosis case is rare in the US, and poses low risk to the public but could prove lethal to young children.
Pillars of alien lights appear over a Canadian neighborhood in the wee hours of the morning, causing a father to run outside and take pictures of the rare light occurrence. NASA explains that this phenomena have commonly made people to make reports of UFO sightings.