New Drug can Reduce Inflammatory Pain
Researchers at the Stanford University's School of Medicine have found a new drug for inflammatory pain that is both non-addictive and doesn't increase risk of heart problems in patients.
Giant Panda Faked Pregnancy to Get More Food and Care: Experts
Giant panda Ai Hin has been accused of faking her pregnancy to get extra food and attention.
Bacteria in Gut can Lower Peanut Allergy Risk
Bacteria can protect against peanut allergies, a new study suggests.
Marijuana-Smoking Couples Less Likely to Engage in Domestic Violence
Couples who smoke marijuana are less likely to engage in domestic violence, a new study suggests.
Fermilab's Holometer Set to Find if We Live in a 2D Universe
Researchers at the US Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory are conducting an experiment to find whether we live in a 2D universe.
Power Plants will Release Extra 300 Billion Tons of Carbon dioxide During Their Lifetime
Scientists at the University of California, Irvine, and the Princeton University estimate that existing power plants around the world will spew out more than 300 billion more tons of carbon dioxide over their lifetimes.
Utah's Canyonlands Rock Art Gallery Younger than Expected
Ancient paintings in the Grand Canyon in Utah are younger than expected, a new study suggests.
Study Explains Why Human Children Grow Slowly
A toddler's brain uses up twice as much glucose as an adult's brain, a new study shows. The researchers say that the finding explains why human babies take so much time to grow as compared to other animals.
Medical Marijuana Linked to Lower Painkiller-Related Deaths
States that have legalized medical marijuana have 25 percent lower rates of painkiller overdose deaths as compared to other states, a new study has found.
One in Seven People Suffers from Sleep Drunkenness
A new study suggests that a sleep disorder known as sleep drunkenness is more common than previously assumed and affects one in every seven people.
Aspirin can Reduce Blood Clot Risk
Aspirin - the popular painkiller - can reduce the risk of blood clots in some people, a new study suggests.
Australopithecus Africanus Not as Human as Once Considered
The 3 million-year-old fossil skull Australopithecus africanus doesn't belong to ancient humans, a new study suggests. The researchers say that the skull lacks a key feature possessed by modern humans.
MIT Scientists Explain How Global Warming is 'Temporarily' Cooling Antarctica
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers explain why global warming has led to Arctic losing sea ice, but the same has not been observed in Antarctica.
Group Bonding can Reduce Depression Risk
Group bonding can ease symptoms of depression, researchers say.