The ever-popular gel manicure, which is preferred over the acrylic one as it tends to give the nails a more realistic finish, has a lot more to offer than the lustrous and healthy look. Researchers have linked gel manicures to the development of skin cancer.
To fight the dreaded Alzheimer's, researchers have turned to green tea, where they have discovered a potential benefit of a molecule in the health drink. According to them, the extracts of green tea restrict the formation of beta amyloid plaques that are linked to the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
A new mother who has recently given birth has a higher rate of obsessive compulsive disorder than the general population, according to Northwestern University in Illinois.
NASA announced Monday that its Mars rover Curiosity has recovered from last week's computer glitch and has transitioned from safe mode to active status. The officials hope that the rover will resume its operations by next week.
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) has accused Internet giant Google for promoting thousands of ads on a Japanese shopping site.
The association between HIV, the virus that triggers AIDS and heart diseases is not new. When compared to the normal people those living the human immunodeficiency virus have an increased risk of suffering a heart attack, states the latest study.
It is known that exercising throughout pregnancy really benefits women, as it improves the mother's stamina during delivery. It is good for both the mother and the growing baby inside the womb. Despite the benefits exercise provides, many still fear it, feeling that it could harm the growing fetus.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina State have come up with an interesting finding which states that older adults who play video games have higher levels of emotional well-being.
For the first time, the number of people diagnosed with diabetes in UK has reached three million, equivalent to 4.6 percent of UK's population, according to press release.
According to a study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, infants with lack of vitamin D were three times more prone to suffer from food allergies. They can even have multiple food allergies.
A study published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology explains how the ancient alligator reptile swam to North America from South America some 10 million years back.