Author: Fiza Pirani
Time and time again we’re told breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Is it true?
Author: Uppsala University
Uppsala University researchers have devised a new model for the universe – one that may solve the enigma of dark energy. Their new article, published in Physical Review Letters, proposes a new structural concept, including dark energy, for a universe that rides on an expanding bubble in an additional dimension.
Bacteria found in ancient Irish soil halts growth of superbugs -- new hope for tackling antibiotic resistance
Author: Swansea University
CAPTION: Growth of the newly discovered Streptomyces sp. myrophorea, so named because it produces a distinctive fragrance similar to that of oil of wintergreen. Although superficially resembling fungi, Streptomyces are true bacteria and are the source of two-thirds of the various frontline antibiotics used in medicine.
CREDIT: G Quinn, Swansea University
Researchers analysing soil from Ireland long thought to have medicinal properties have discovered that it contains a previously unknown strain of bacteria which is effective against four of the top six superbugs that are resistant to antibiotics, including MRSA
Author: Jesus Diaz
New Nvidia AI technology defies belief by creating 100% realistic synthetic humans, cats, and even cars.
Author: Madeline Farber
Among the glistening lights and shiny ornaments, real, freshly cut Christmas trees may be home to nearly 400 praying mantis eggs that have yet to hatch.
Diabetes starts to SHRINK our brains in middle age before reducing our mental capacity in retirement, study suggests
Author: Colin Fernandez
Diabetes starts to shrink the brain in middle-age and causes accelerated mental decline in retirement, research suggests.
These days, one policy-maker after another seems to be promoting no-exceptions vaccination policies—hawking an incessant and growing barrage of childhood vaccines that begins prenatally and continues throughout childhood. Despite these efforts, the narrative that vaccines are keeping children healthy is rapidly crumbling. Rates of chronic and autoimmune illness in American children have climbed to obscene levels (54% at last count), concurrently with rising vaccination rates—while U.S. life expectancy is falling.
Author: Hannah Seligson
On a Monday night in a sparsely decorated room in midtown Manhattan, a group of approximately 20 men including an endocrinologist, a sportscaster, a policeman and an employee of the United Nations were baring their souls.
Author: Ben Renner
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. -- The prevalence of what doctors consider good metabolic health is shockingly low in American adults, a new study finds.