A new research suggests that early humans may have stop being polygamous and stick with one woman for the rest of their lives due to the spread of sexually transmitted infections (STI).
One of the worst nightmares that can happen to long distance runners or endurance athletes is developing blisters on their feet, causing them to literally mess up their game. Due to the pain and nuisance being caused by blisters, many researchers have devised a couple of ways to battle it out, including the cheap game-changer -- paper tape!
A new study shows that unemployed smokers are less likely to be hired and more likely to earn less compared to non-smokers.
The sudden prevalence of diabetes caused by the increase of obese people in the world got researchers tied up doing their best to discover effective prevention techniques and treatment to stop the rising trend.
The number of people with diabetes in the world has quadrupled to over 400 million in 2014 from 108 million in 1980, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Climate change is a global issue that is urgently needed to be addressed carefully and with haste due to its major impact on the environment and our health.
In a grim time in our history, people were killed to serve as a religious sacrifice for certain events, such as the death of a chief, preparation for war, construction of new house or canoe, epidemic outbreaks and violations of major social taboos. But a new study suggests that human sacrifices were not only meant for religious purposes.
Over-the-counter painkillers are of great help in reducing pain, but with the latest technological advances, these analgesics are now faced with a serious competitor.
"Everything comes down to poo," said a funny song by Turk and JD in the hit TV series, "Scrubs." Now, a newly discovered ancient horse poop is guiding scientists who are trying to uncover the 2,000-year-old enigma about the route Hannibal took through the Alps into Italy.
After years of research, scientists have taken a giant leap in the fight against the incurable HIV/AIDS after successfully devising a way to snip or "delete" the virus from infected cells and prevent it from coming back.
An exoplanet with three suns was recently discovered by a group of scientists from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics using the Kilodegree Extremely Little Telescope (KELT).
Researchers are getting closer to making artificial personalized organs as they succeeded in developing an artificial skin--complete with real skin functions, such as hair growth, sweat production and protective oil secretion.
A new study presented at the American College of Cardiology conference in Chicago revealed that waist circumference is a better indicator of heart disease than the body mass index (BMI).
The Bay Bridge in San Francisco was briefly closed on Sunday morning due to a wild chase between the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officers and an unlikely suspect--a chihuahua.
It looks like California will have to be extra resilient in the coming years, as a new study revealed that the recent droughts threatening the Golden State will become more common and will possibly bring more extreme dry spells in the future.