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More Girls Drop Out of Sports for Breast Bounce Reason, Study Says

May 05, 2016 AM EDT More girls are dropping out of sports and it is not because of gender discrimination; but it is how they feel about their breast. ...

The Real Brain Exhibit @Bristol Science Centre

Biotech ‘Lazarus Trial’: Brain Reversal to Bring Dead People Back to Life

May 05, 2016 AM EDT US Biotech company, Bioquark Inc., has just earned an approval to conduct groundbreaking experiment in human brain. Along with a team of neuroscientists from India's Revita Life Sciences ...

NASA’s Kepler Mission Discovers A World Orbiting Two Stars

Planet Nine Origin Gets Weirder; Aliens Possibly Drag It Near Solar System? [SPECULATION]

May 05, 2016 AM EDT Planet Nine remains a mystery in even though scientist have already presented massive evidence to prove that it has an elliptical orbit 10 times farther than Pluto’s distance from the Sun. Some ...

Oxford Half Marathon Training Day

Ultramarathon Athlete Running on Marijuana: "A Pure Bliss"

May 04, 2016 AM EDT Running on weed is increasingly trending among athletes. The idea to combine pot and running has resulted positively albeit the prohibition. ...

UCLA IOES Celebrates The Champions Of Our Planet's Future - Arrivals

Alphabet Inc. Chairman on 6 Future Technology Trends Prediction: Livestock Replacement Possible

May 04, 2016 AM EDT Eric Schmidt prediction lists 6 trends that will become headlines in technology niche for a few years to come. Trend no. 4 is just around the corner! ...

Doctors Offer Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic

HIV Cure Inject Possible to Kick Virus Out of Body

May 04, 2016 AM EDT A team of scientists from University of North Carolina, University of Oxford and University College London has done a remarkable research on HIV/AIDS ...

Overweight Campers Learn to Shed Pounds

Obesity and Diabetes Linked To Psoriasis Skin Disease: Study [VIDEO]

May 03, 2016 AM EDT Obesity and diabetes has been linked to psoriasis skin disease via genetics, according to researchers. ...

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Gender Pay Gap: No Place for Academic Women?

May 02, 2016 AM EDT The debates on 'ideal cheerleader poster' are getting real; but let's not forget about the war in academia that has been going on like an iceberg phenomenon, still undiscovered but significant. ...

Indigenous Tribes Protest Dam Construction In Brazil's Amazon

Newly Discovered Coral Reef in Amazon River in Danger, Scientists Say

Apr 26, 2016 AM EDT Scientists unexpectedly discovered new coral reef in the Amazon River. The new finding also discovered that these species are already endangered ...

Nine Year Old Boy Is Fitted With A Bionic Arm

UCSF Team Perform First Unique Elbow Transplant In The World

Apr 25, 2016 PM EDT Doctors at the University of California San Francisco performed an elbow transplant that is the first of its kind in the world. ...

Board Approves Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Prevention Net

US Suicide Rates Increasing Especially Among White People, Women [VIDEO]

Apr 23, 2016 AM EDT The suicide rates in the US have increased by nearly a quarter percent since the turn of the century where middle-aged white women are mostly affected. ...

High Street Chemists At Risk From The Government's NHS Cuts

Dementia, Cognitive Impairment Risk Increase With Intake Of Common Allergy Drugs [VIDEO]

Apr 22, 2016 AM EDT Common allergy drugs used for allergies, colds and flu are linked to increased risk of dementia and cognitive impairment, a new study shows. ...

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