This Year’s Influenza Vaccine Is The Most Effective Yet, Reduces Risk By 59 Percent
The influenza activity of Influenza in the United States remains elevated, even with the slight decrease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Zika Update: Canada Develops Cheap Way Of Killing Mosquito Eggs Using Old Car Tires
A team of innovators from Canada and Mexico has designed an effective mosquito trap that was made using cheap, accessible and environment-friendly materials.
Ribose In RNA Can Develop In Comets; Life Beyond Earth Still Positive
Scientists have previously discovered that most of the molecular building blocks of life, organic compounds that can be assembled to protein, RNA and DNA, can be found in comets, interstellar dust and asteroid.
Climate Change Causes the Earth’s Axis to Shift
Climate change has long been considered a threat to human beings, but a new study showed that climate change also affects how the Earth tilts its axis in an interesting and harmless way.
Zika Virus Linked To Another Neurological Disorder Akin To Multiple Sclerosis
World Health Organization (WHO) has previously linked the Zika virus to the development of the autoimmune disorder Guillain-Barré syndrome in adults and microcephaly in expecting mothers, but a new study suggests that Zika virus can also cause another brain disease in adults.
‘Philosopher Stone’ Recipe Discovered in Isaac Newton's Manuscript
It looks like Harry Potter's You-Know-Who and the Elric Brothers are not the only ones searching and studying the so-called "philosopher stone," as a newly rediscovered manuscript shows that one of the greatest minds to walk on Earth also got entangled with the powerful stone.
Clouds’ Cooling Power Not Enough to Protect Us from Global Warming
Researchers thought that the ability of clouds to reflect sunlight is going to be an effective preventive countermeasure against global warming, but a new study suggests that it might not be the case anymore.
HIV Cure Update: Deadly Virus Can Develop Resistance To New Cure
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has proven once again that it is one tough nut to crack. The deadly virus mutated to survive the latest promising cure.
Obese and Diabetic Pregnant Women More Likely to Develop Larger Babies in Early Stages of Pregnancy
A new study conducted by researchers from the University of Cambridge aimed to know which stage of pregnancy is associated with the rapid fetal growth.
No More Tigers in Cambodia! Government Plans to Reintroduce the Big Cats in Their Forests
The dry forests of Cambodia once serve as the home for a number of Indochinese tigers, but now, due to excessive human activities, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has declared tigers to be "functionally" extinct.
Republican Candidates to Use Climate Change to Lure Millennial Voters, Bill Nye Predicts
At present, the top Republican presidential nominees for 2016 have strong doubt or denial about the existence of climate change, but the winds will change once the Republicans have elected their candidate, Bill Nye said.
Weight Loss Surgery Reduces Pain and Improves Physical Function of Severely Obese Patients
Weight loss surgery has been a great option for people with severe or morbid obesity who cannot lose weight through the traditional means of diet and exercise, or those who already have serious health conditions caused by obesity.
New California Bill to Help Models Avoid Anorexia Caused By Fashion Industry
There is more to being a model than smiling to a camera and walking on a runway.
Going Green: 5 U.S. Fast Food Chains and Their Environmental Programs
Food chains are a common sight not just in the United States, but all over the world. But with their increasing number and influence, what impact and programs do they have to play a big positive role in the environment?
'Behemoth' Black Hole Found in the Most Unexpected Place
Monster black holes can usually be found at the core of very large galaxies and is rarely seen in the center of a galaxy in a sparsely populated area in the universe. The is the reason why researchers at NASA were shocked when they uncovered a massive black hole weighing about 17 billion suns in the center of NGC 1600.