Nanoparticles with Bee Venom can Fight HIV: Study
According to a new study, bee venom can kill Human immunodeficiency virus. Researchers report that they are developing a new kind of vaginal gel using the bee venom that will protect couples from the spread of HIV.
Resveratrol Found in Red Wine Could Help Better Design Anti-Aging Drugs
Mediterranean's are famous for enjoying a nice glass of red wine with their meals which even has some heart healthy benefits. A new study says a natural ingredient found in red wine, resveratrol, can help fight off diseases associated with age.
Money Helps with Weight Loss: Study
According to researchers from Mayo Clinic, cash rewards can help people stick to a weight loss plan.
The Secret to being Happy Lies in a Peptide
According to a new study, happiness may not be in family or friends, rather in a peptide. For the first time, researchers have been able to measure the levels of a certain peptide called hypocretin which is a neurotransmitter.
Russian Researchers Discover New Bacteria Species in Antarctica
Russian researchers have now discovered a new type of bacteria from water samples obtained at an ancient lake near the South Pole, reports RIA Novosti. Researchers say that the microbes can't be found anywhere else in the world.
Global Warming Driving Lizards toward Mass Extinction: Study
According to a new study, climate change may already be driving lizards to extinction. Researchers say that the downfall of lizards may be due to the way global warming is affecting their reproduction.
Do Gel Manicures Raise Your Risk of Cancer?
Recent media reports have reported that gel manicures - used to prevent nail from chipping - can lead to cancer. However, according to this article from American Council on Science and Health, the reports that link gel manicures with cancer may be slightly overblown.
Mice Made Smarter Using Human Glial Cells
According to a new study, transferring human brain cells in mice can make mice smarter and quick learners.
Viking 'Sunstone' Not a Myth Anymore? Scientists Uncover Secrets Behind Old Maritime Voyages
Through a convergence of the ancient mythology meets reality, scientists say they have discovered evidence of the Viking sunstone, the mythical navigational aid Viking mariners used to travel from northern Europe to North America.
Deep Brain Stimulation Effective against Anorexia Nervosa
According to a new study, Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) in people with treatment-resistant anorexia nervosa can help them manage weight better and relieve symptoms of anxiety.
Researchers Measure Distance to Nearest Galaxy, Say it is 40,000 Light Years Shorter than Previously Estimated
Researchers have now accurately measured the distance to our nearest galaxy and corrected an astronomical calculation that helps astronomers measure distance between far-flung objects in the universe, according to a new study.
Researchers Discover 'Alien' Slime in Australian Caves
Researchers have found strange microbes in the underground caves beneath Australia's Nullarbor Plain which are filled with water. These microbes survive the dark world in the caves by oxidizing ammonia in the water.
Eye-Tracking Device can Detect Stroke
A simple device that can be mounted on a bed-side table uses eye tracking system to find whether or not a person is experiencing mild dizziness or stroke, according to a new study.
Eating Processed Meat Associated with Early Death Risk
Eating processed meat can up the risk of early death, says a new study based on half a million men and women from Europe.