Scientists discover new low-cost thermoelectric material to cool electronics and vehicles

Has your steering wheel been too hot to touch this summer? A new thermoelectric material reported in the journal Science could offer relief. The widespread adoption...

Lunar soil could power future moon base

Building a lunar base would be one of the next logical steps in our exploration of the Solar System, but the survival of a...

Top 5 strangest poisons that can kill you

There are some crazy poisons in this world of ours, and they're often found in things you'd least expect. In this week's episode of Reactions,...

Diabetes drugs may mask dangerous surgery complications

In a new study, researchers found that a new class of diabetes medications is masking the potentially dangerous condition of ketoacidosis at the time...

Cancer treatments can cause heart failure. Here is a way to predict it

In a new study, researchers found key metabolic changes in the blood of patients who used medications to treat cancer. The changes may help identify...

Social medias and the ‘like’ can make you depressed, new study shows

In a new study, researchers found that people who use social networks passively and tend to compare themselves with others are in danger of...

Intermittent fasting may improve blood sugar levels without weight loss

In a new study, researchers found that intermittent fasting may regulate blood sugar (glucose) levels even when there is little-to-no weight loss. Intermittent fasting is...

Preventing stroke can help prevent dementia

In a new research article, researchers say that it is important to prevent dementia by preventing stroke. The risk factors for stroke and dementia are...

Drinking coffee does not change your cancer risk

In a new study, researchers found that drinking coffee every day does not change a person's risk of being diagnosed with or dying from...

Should we call obesity a disease?

In a new research paper, researchers discussed whether obesity should be recognized as a disease. Obesity now affects almost a third of the population in...

Mattresses could emit higher levels of volatile organic compounds during sleep

Hundreds of household items, including furniture, paint, and electronics, emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which at high levels can pose health risks. Now, researchers reporting...

Scientists develop exceptional sense of touch for robots, prosthetics

Robots and prosthetic devices may soon have a sense of touch equivalent to, or better than, the human skin with the Asynchronous Coded Electronic...

How you spend money may show your personality

In a new study, researchers found that how you spend your money can signal aspects of your personality. The research was done by a team...

E-cigarettes could reduce cigarette smoking, but also lead to relapse

In a new study, researchers found that vaping can be used as a way to reduce cigarette smoking, but it can also lead to...

This simple method may tackle obesity caused by high sugar water

In a new study, researchers found that increasing the pH level of water could help prevent obesity and health problems caused by high sugar...

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In a recent study, researchers found compelling evidence of a yet-to-be-discovered planetary body with a mass somewhere between that of Mars and Earth. The mysterious...
Potential human habitat located on the moon

Scientists discover potential human habitat on the moon

In a recent study, researchers found potential human habitat on the moon. They found a large open lava tube in the Marius Hills region of...
Scientists find a herd of dinosaurs underground at Lightning Ridge

Scientists find a herd of dinosaurs underground at Lightning Ridge

A herd of dinosaurs has been discovered in an underground opal mine near Lightning Ridge, NSW. Scientists have revealed that fossils from an underground opal...
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Why you may want to stop using plastic water bottles

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This metal may harm the brain, lead to Parkinson’s disease

This metal may harm the brain, lead to Parkinson’s disease

Excessive exposure to the metal manganese is linked to Parkinson’s disease, according to a recent study from Iowa State University. Researchers found that too much...