New studies on broadly-neutralizing antibodies led scientists to the possibility of creating a universal vaccine that gives protection from all strains of flu viruses.
Declining satisfaction in life contributes to bone density reduction in elderly women.
Plant ecologists have figured out a sustainable and economical method in weed control that guarantees high crop yields.
US scientists conduct more studies on Greenland’s meltwater runoffs to further understand how it contributes to rise in sea levels.
The LSST camera project reached another milestone with the funding appropriation of $168 million by the U.S. Department of Energy.
More than 70 people who attended a funeral last Friday died the next morning after drinking Pombe.
The discovery of a marine reptile’s fossils proves the presence of vertebrates in Scotland’s seas during the Jurassic era.
Inhabitants of a small Kazakh village will be resettling to nearby towns to flee from a mysterious sleeping epidemic that has affected the community.
Thousands of Hepatitis C patients and their families demand for fair health services and access to the newly developed Hepatitis C treatment.
Measles could spread among unvaccinated individuals in U.S. tourist destinations frequented by foreigners coming from areas experiencing an outbreak.
Well-conducted meetings become efficient when participants are motivated to state their opinions and suggestions regarding the agenda.
Atlantis’ legendary metal, orichalcum may be the latest archaeological find recovered from an ancient Greek shipwreck.
The energy efficiency of heat pump water heaters can be enhanced by ducting.
A new research explains how low body temperature weakens the body’s innate immunity against the common cold.
Young Mexican inventors have designed a bamboo bicycle that could power up mobile devices while the rider pushes the pedals around.
The Ebola virus that originated from Guinea may have been introduced to the villages through regular and direct exposure to bats.
Aerospace professionals worldwide will gather to exchange information on their latest research, technology and advancement.
Donkey milk, which was highly-regarded in ancient times for its medicinal properties, gains renewed popularity.
Health specialists suggest cutting back on alcohol to prevent dementia in later life.
Reduced sleep duration and delayed bedtime are associated with repetitive negative thinking. Thus, adequate sleep is important to avoid negative automatic thoughts.
A comprehensive study on the serious health impacts associated with extreme hot weather aims to prevent and to lessen hospitalizations and deaths in greatly affected regions.
A powerful combination of chemical attractants can trap annoying bedbugs that silently infests homes and public places.
New developments in bioengineering make it possible to create functional replacements for impaired human organs in the future.
Scientific studies on the medicinal properties of bee propolis could test the substance’s effectiveness in treating hair growth problems.
Australia’s science council has identified new science and research priorities that are directed to boost the country’s competitiveness.
A listeria outbreak linked to pre-packaged caramel apples has infected around 28 people in the US and killed four.
Asthma and chronic allergic reactions are lifelong diseases that require constant and costly medications. It is important that patients are taught how to take their treatment for optimum use.
A recent in-depth analysis on global health states that life expectancy both for men and women worldwide has increased by about six years since 1990.
In 2012, Artic archaeologists presented artefacts of European craftsmanship unearthed in Baffin Island. The research’s lead author speculates that Viking seafarers and North American hunters were once allies in a transatlantic trade system.
A Minnesota research explains why eating comfort foods is not really mood boosting.