Mono-unsaturated Fats from Plants Might Reduce Death from Heart Disease

A new research shows that diets rich in mono-unsaturated fats from plants can reduce the risk of death from heart disease. This study made a comparison between this type of diets and the ones rich in mono-unsaturated fats from animals. The results of the study were published at the American Heart Association’ s Epidemiology and… Continue reading Mono-unsaturated Fats from Plants Might Reduce Death from Heart Disease

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Secondhand Marijuana Smoke Extremely Dangerous, Study Says

A new study suggests that secondhand marijuana smoke could be as fatal as cigarette smoke. Prof. Matthew Springer found that pot smoke can be three times worse than tobacco smoke when it comes to artery health. Springer’s team found that tobacco smoke can negatively affect mice’s arteriesfor up to 30 minutes. When the rodents were… Continue reading Secondhand Marijuana Smoke Extremely Dangerous, Study Says

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Scientists Detect Strongest Fast Radio Burst to Date, Source Unknown

A group of Australian researchers have detected the strongest fast radio burst ever recorded, but its source remains unknown. Scientists at the Australia-based Parkes Observatory said their instruments recorded a string of three fast radio bursts, one of which was the strongest to reach Earth. The record radio burst was detected on March 9. The radio… Continue reading Scientists Detect Strongest Fast Radio Burst to Date, Source Unknown

E-Cigarettes Can Boost Risk of Fatty Liver Disease (Study)

New research found a link between e-cigarette use and a higher risk of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Researchers explained that the nicotine in the electronic devices can prompt the build-up of fat in the liver. The study results were presented at the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society (ENDO 2018). During the research, scientists exposed… Continue reading E-Cigarettes Can Boost Risk of Fatty Liver Disease (Study)

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Low Sperm Count Tied to Many Underlying Health Issues (Study)

A new study suggests that low sperm count does not necessarily mean infertility, but it surely pinpoints a plethora of underlying health issues men should be aware of. New research shed more light on the low sperm count issue at The Endocrine Society’s 100th Annual Meeting and Expo on Sunday. Study authors warned that the… Continue reading Low Sperm Count Tied to Many Underlying Health Issues (Study)

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Babies Can Use Logic Before They Can Form Complete Sentences

Babies as young as one year old can use logic before they can even speak, new research suggests. The recent study documented the earliest age humans can think logically. In the study, researchers focused on infants aged 12 to 19 months. The international research team wanted to check if psychologist Jean Piaget’s theory about the… Continue reading Babies Can Use Logic Before They Can Form Complete Sentences

NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope Inching Closer to Death

NASA announced that its famous Kepler space telescope is running out of fuel and could shut down permanently in the following months. Kepler was first launched in 2009 with the main goal of spotting Earth-like exoplanets in distant solar systems. Despite the many issues encountered in the past, the space observatory has done an amazing… Continue reading NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope Inching Closer to Death

British Journalist: Equality Isn’t Worth Having if the Price Is ‘Damaged Men’

After losing her boyfriend to depression, British TV and radio personality Zoe Ball opened up about her partner’s struggle to fit in a society that shuns the white male and all that he represents. Ball believes that the price for equality is too high if men end up damaged. Ball underscored that there are more… Continue reading British Journalist: Equality Isn’t Worth Having if the Price Is ‘Damaged Men’

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