Carbs, not fats, are bad for your health: Research
Irish hospital to use new, rapid test for Meningitis
Ecstasy ingredient MDMA granted ‘Breakthrough Therapy Designation’ status
Anti-inflammatory drugs can cut risk of heart attacks: Study
Harmful particles in tattoo ink travels to lymph nodes: Study

A large number of people around the globe love to get tattoos on various parts of their body and in varying sizes. But one should be careful as a new study has warned that this particular form of body art could cause health issues.

Massive reservoirs of water may be present on Moon: Study

According to a new study, there could be massive reservoirs of water under the surface of Moon and that could make colonizing of Earth’s only natural satellite for future space exploration easier.

PSA screening saves lives with early detection of prostate cancer: Study

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening significantly reduces the risk for death from deadly disease of prostate cancer as detection at early stage improves outcomes for patients, a new study claimed.

Researchers develop camera capable of seeing through human body

A team of experts from Proteus EPSRC interdisciplinary research collaboration claimed to have developed a prototype camera capable of seeing through the human body.

Going gluten-free could be damaging for many in long term: Study

Many individuals opting to go gluten-free could actually be doing themselves more harm than good, a new study has warned.

Research tells us why yawning is so contagious

The human tendency for contagious yawning is triggered automatically by primitive reflexes in an area of the brain that is responsible for motor function, a new study revealed. It is commonly experienced that a person automatically yawns if someone nearby yawns.