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There are no studies that confirm that marijuana can help treat animals of their illnesses and yet that does not stop some pet owners to try their luck on medical marijuana in a possibility that their sick pets can feel a sense of relief from their predicament, according to various reports.
A single seed from a ghost pepper can cause severe burning for 30 minutes.
Scientists have just discovered a breakthrough on how the issue can be resolved, and that's through topping some seaweeds over your livestock's regular meal.
A new study has indicated that when it comes to a road rage, women drivers are more prone to lose their cool compared to their male counterparts.
Twitter is not only a venue for rants and raves, musings and thoughts, and of status updates of celebrities. It can be possibly a venue for researchers to find out about Twitter users' health by analyzing their tweets.
An Arizona startup by the name of Zero Mass Water is focused on building solar-powered water production systems that will gather water vapor from hot air. The said solar panel can generate water for a family of four.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that the reported cases of sexually transmitted disease (STD) in the United States last 2015 have reached the highest number ever.
A team of researchers from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine has discovered that people who suffer the most from migraines have higher concentrations of microbes that change the nitrates from various foods into chemicals that induce migraines.
A study presented during the 2016 Clinical Congress has highlighted on their results regarding the preferences of cancer patients on choosing the right treatment for them from the world wide web. It goes to show that what actually convince them is the way webpages were arranged, and not actually on the crucial information made available on the site.
A recent study involving the use of experimental vaginal ring for HIV prevention revealed that consistent use of the ring could reduce risk of HIV infection by up to 75 Percent.
The famous animal popularized by a cartoon in the '90s is now back in the limelight. Apparently, the Tasmanian devil's milk might just be the solution to the perennial medical problem of superbugs.
Japanese scientists succesfully grown healthy mouse pups using artificial egg cells.
Scientists found a link between high BMI and greater levels of systemic inflammatiion leading to decline in brain function and cognition.