Scientists Hopeful Of Finding Vaccine for HIV/AIDS

Deaths realted to HIV/AIDS have been on the rise in recent years. Key to preventions of death in case of HIV/AIDS is identifiation. Survival chances drastically increases if HIV/AIDS is identifided at an early stage. Anti-retroviral drugs have also played…
Study Finds Alcohol and Caffeine Improves Out Of The Box Thinking

A recent study by MIT scientists found that alcohol, caffeine seems to enhance journalists ability to thinking outside the box, improved abstraction thinking and distribution of priorities, Improved ability to make connections between stories. London-based neuroscientist and leadership coach Tara…
Children Born With Small or Missing Eyes Get 3D-printed implants

The use of 3D-printed implants to help children suffering from microphthalmia (children with abnormally small eyes) or anophthalmia (children with missing eyes) has been making strides in the research field recently [1]. Studies surrounding this new personalised and non-invasive treatment…
Small Daily Doses of Cannabis Can Reduce Brain Ageing

Recent studies have revealed that low doses of the active ingredient in cannabis, Tetrahydrocannabinol, THC, may reverse the effects of brain aging and even restore memory while improving the rate of an individual’s learning ability. Studies conducted on mice by…

The Internet and the health journals are full of directives about the health risks involved in the consumption of noodles. Ranging from the bleached version manufacturing to the many heart risks, any health enthusiast has been given enough reasons to…