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Medicinally Beneficial Hot Spring Baths Proven to be Medicinal Medically

Hot Bath Therapy Vs Excercise: The Benefits Are Almost The Same

Mar 22, 2017 PM EDT A study on Hot tub therapy have shown that dipping in a hot bath yields similar benefits as to doing exercise.

Researchers find more functions for the cerebellum

Stanford Researchers Find Cerebellum's Unknown Function

Mar 22, 2017 AM EDT The cerebellum controls more functions that previously known.

Funnel Web Spiders Might Have The Cure For Stroke

Deadly Spiders Offer Hope To Stroke Patients

Mar 22, 2017 AM EDT Funnel web spider venom has a chemical that might prevent brain damage in stroke victims

Scientists Continue Stem Cell Research

Stem Cell Therapy Binds The Cord To Mend Broken Hearts

Mar 22, 2017 AM EDT Researchers demonstrate that using embryonic stem cells sourced from umbilical cords to treat children born with congenital heart disease might alleviate the need for additional surgeries as the child ...

Man Verifies Presence of Gas in the Area

Hydraulic Fracturing Affects Climate and Water Quality

Mar 22, 2017 AM EDT Drilling of oil wells using hydraulic fracturing can cause water contamination and affect climate.

3-D Printed Plastic Objects

Father and Son Invent 3-D Printing Machine that Can Make Metal Objects

Mar 22, 2017 AM EDT Printing three-dimensional metal objects is difficult. But witj perseverance, father and son Scott and Zack Vader was able to do it.

Real news compete with fake news on spreading information to the public

Fake News in Media: How Academics Will End Through Implementation Of New Laws

Mar 22, 2017 PM EDT Academics and Lawyers from different parts of the world desire countries to adopt laws that will impede the spread of fake news in media.

Debt Wracked Greece Prepares For Critical General Election

Medical Breakthrough: FDA Finally Approves Drugs For Parkinson's Disease

Mar 22, 2017 PM EDT According to the National Institutes of Health, around 50,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson's disease each year and around 1 million are suffering from it.

Rosetta Witness Changes To Comet Surface [VIDEO]

Rosetta Spacecraft Witness Changes To Comet Surface [VIDEO]

Mar 22, 2017 PM EDT Comet 67P was discovered in 1969 by the Soviet astronomers Klim Churyumov and Svetlana Gerasimenko. Rosetta was launched in 2004 and travelled more than six billion kilometers to reach comet 67P.

STEM program for college girls

AT&T Partners With UT Dallas Mentoring Program To Support Women In STEM

Mar 23, 2017 AM EDT AT&T Partners has partnered with University of Texas Dallas to give a guided tour to high school students, staff and mentors, to support women who are interested in STEM.

Two anti-abortion orgs filed suit against city of Chicago.

'Hush' The Award Winning Documentary: Health Risks Of Abortion To Be Screened in Over 100 Universities

Mar 21, 2017 PM EDT Over 100 Universites would be the venue for the screening of "Hush" the award-winning documentary about the risks of abortion

New material has been discovered to generate electricity through body heat

University Of Utah Engineers Create New Material To Generate Electricity Through Body Heat

Mar 21, 2017 AM EDT This new material is bio-friendly and eco-friendly.

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