Researchers at the Technion have conducted their research on mice and successfully made mice sick using their neurons alone. After this success, researchers believe they may have laid foundations for brain-based cures to inflammation in humans.
In the wake of strict lockdown being imposed by governments globally, it bears upon the common people, thinkers, researchers and scientists to question whether such methods are indeed correct and singularly helpful in combating the outbreak of COVID-19. While...
Greece has decided to block further development and operation of the 5G network program due to concerns that it may cause infertility.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is facing a lawsuit from the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN). Del Bigtree, the founder of ICAN has decided to urge the federal agency to remove the statement on its website claiming vaccination never causes autism in children.
Researchers have confirmed that the human brain continues working even after the death of a person. That seems a zombie-like behaviour, but researchers have found a non-zombie logic behind this phenomenon.
New Zealand is planning to make the nation ‘smoke free’ by 2025 and is considering proposals focused on elimination of smoking in nation. It includes a radical initiative which would ban the sale of tobacco to anyone born after 2004.
U.S. oil refineries that are unable to sell a dirty fuel waste product at home are exporting vast quantities of it to India instead. In 2016, the U.S. sent more than 8 million metric tons of dirty petcoke to...
The Indian government is planning to launch a mandatory digital health card modeled on Bill Gates' concept. Under the 'One Nation One Health Card' scheme, a person's medical history records, including all the treatments and tests that the person...
In May 1983, amid the rapidly escalating AIDS crisis, a doctor at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) promoted a stunning theory about the newly encountered disease in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Noting that the same issue of the journal contained an article documenting one of the first cases of the immunodeficiency disease’s appearance in an infant, the author sounded an alarm about “the possibility that routine close contact, as within a family household, can spread the disease.”
A week after World Health Organisation (WHO) declared that its decade-long vaccination campaign in Africa was successful, its own oral vaccine itself has sparked a new Polio outbreak in the continent. The outbreak has been caused by mutation of...