Every year, on top of daily news, experts and public figures unite to provide the world with an “environmental wake-up call.” Earth Day provides an opportunity to educate those who are unaware in order to make the world cleaner and more sustainable.
A recent study conducted by University of Calgary's Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) shows that it may be possible to regulate nerve cell growth in damaged tissues found in the nervous system.
A sleep disorder that causes individuals to act out their dreams may be an indicator of certain brain diseases, including Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease, according to researchers from the University of Toronto.
More than a hundred thousand years ago, our ancient, modern ancestors began to migrate out of Africa. Now, scientists have found new clues when it comes to the route that they took, revealing how humans eventually spread across the world.
It turns out that the chickens of today are a lot different from the chicken that lives a few hundred years ago. Scientists have taken a look at the DNA from the bones of birds that lived 200 to 2,300 years ago in Europe, and have found that they've evolved drastically since then.
Researchers have discovered a link between inadequate levels of prenatal Vitamin D and the increased risk of cavities in toddlers.
A new study suggests that engaging in self expanding activities like puzzle solving and games with ones partner helps lower nicotine craving.
Thousands of years ago, our ancient ancestors domesticated plants and animals for their own use. Now, though, researchers have shown that we may know far less about this process than we might at first have thought.
The secret of "low-calorie" labeling seen on restaurant menu is finally revealed. Researchers claim that the low-calorie labeling on menus cause people to dismiss healthy food from their preference list.
On the eve of the 44th anniversary of Earth Day, NASA initiated a global event inviting people to engage in the worldwide celebration by taking a global selfie.
Recently, Eli Lilly's Cyramza received a green signal from the U.S Food and Drug Administration regulators to treat patients with stomach cancer.
Death is an inevitable aspect of life. However, it’s a big contributor to science and medicine, as shown in a recent Indiana University study that found the deaths of public figures help make more people aware and knowledgeable of specific diseases.