TOTM is making organic feminine products to make women's periods easier.
Around 29 million Americans, who are suffering from diabetes, are entirely dependent on insulin for their medication. Unfortunately, insulin is no longer inexpensive.
Japanese scientists has successfully developed and grown artificial skin that is capable of behaving like normal skin, and has the ability to sweat and grow hair.
Sunlight is supposed to be good for producing Vitamin D by the skin, however it seems there can be too much of a good thing. According to a recent research, excessive exposure to sunlight can lower the body’s ability to produce the vital nutrient.
Breast cancer patients who eat between dinner and breakfast might be at a higher risk of a recurrence, according to researchers from the University of California (UC), San Diego School of Medicine.
A coalition of health and ecological support groups tried 192 cans randomly from numerous retailers in Canada and over 19 American states and found that almost 70 percent contained the toxic additive Bisphenol-A (BPA).
A new "long-acting, non-hormonal and possibly reversible birth control procedure for men" has passed another round of tests and is now headed for clinical trials this year.
North Carolina State University researchers have genetically engineered maggots to produce and then secrete a human growth factor which is known to help the wound healing process by stimulating cell growth and survival.
A new study conducted by the Cleveland Clinic researchers warned that younger Americans are at a higher risk of having heart disease, mainly due to obesity, blood pressure, diabetes and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
Put that coffee down if you are trying to get pregnant!
According to an analysis of several Zika virus genomes published Thursday in Science, the first Zika virus case in Brazil could have been diagnosed as early as 2013, nearly two years ahead of first reported case.