Drinking 4 cups of coffee a day is not bad for your health
Drinking 4 cups of coffee a day is not bad for your health
Jose Jefferies - 22 hours ago
Scientists made the discovery after reviewing more than 740 studies into the effects of caffeine on humans.
David Sims - Apr 17, 2017
A new report has found that climate change has significant adverse effects on mental health.
Jose Jefferies - Mar 31, 2017
Two Yale students have the pain of hangovers into a passion, and have developed a patent-pending anti-hangover formula that they say is 'based on science.'
Adam Widmer - Mar 23, 2017
The area is 151 miles across and has a minimum depth of approximately 2,700 feet.
Chad Young - Mar 10, 2017
Scientists say that they are one-third of the way to synthesizing the complete genome of baker's yeas
Josh Curlee - Feb 18, 2017
At least two people are reported dead in Southern California after torrential rains fell heavily, flooding streets and prompting water rescues.
Alex Bourque - Feb 14, 2017
Many Democratic politicians are working to keep the federal health care law on the books, but it is believed that the state marketplace system will be replaced.
James Carlin - Feb 06, 2017
A statue erected by a civil group is in the middle of a diplomatic storm between Japan and South Korea.
James Carlin - Feb 02, 2017
Scientists at the University of Tübingen in Germany have developed a brain reading cap, which will help patients with locked-in syndrome to communicate with Doctors and their families.
Jason Spencer - Jan 06, 2017
He has therefore been banned for one year and fined a quarter of a million dollars.
Harry Marcolis - Dec 31, 2016
Bernie Sanders (I, Vermont) is against the privatization of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Carmelo Sheppard - Dec 01, 2016
Apple Inc. is answering the call for major corporations to join in the fight against AIDS across the world.
Carmelo Sheppard - Nov 25, 2016
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon is calling for meaningful action to combat violence against women.
James Carlin - Oct 12, 2016
The scientists explained that the brain has naturally occurring magnetite particles.
James Smith - Oct 12, 2016
They tired this circuit to a reward system used by the brain.
Aaron Sims - Oct 04, 2016
It is now believed that the Ebola Virus can stay in semen for longer than a year.
Alex Bourque - Aug 14, 2016
Scientists initially thought that the idea of agriculture originated from one community and others simply adopted it.
Ian Marsh - Aug 14, 2016
Hillary Clinton is focusing on the Zika outbreak while campaigning in Florida.
Alex Bourque - Jul 09, 2016
In an address to his to his congregation, former president Jimmy Carter announced the unexpected death of his 28 year old grandson, hours after learning the tragic news.
Jason Spencer - Jun 08, 2016
A new study shows that the link between mental illness and mass shootings is not as black and white as politicians make it out to be
Jason Spencer - May 25, 2016
When choosing a bottle of sunscreen don't just look at SPF; look for zinc
Jason Spencer - May 15, 2016
A gluten-free diet might be a necessity for some, but for growing kids without any gluten-related disease it's best to stick to a regular diet
Jason Spencer - May 07, 2016
A new study from Penn State University reveals that a deeper voice in men is less about attraction and more about aggression
Jason Spencer - May 06, 2016
A new study from the University of Queensland in Australia shows that babies respond sporadically to facial expression and do not learn how to imitate others until at least 2 months of age
Jason Spencer - May 01, 2016
A new study analyzing 50 years of data shows that spanking causes aggression and anti-social behavior in children
Jason Spencer - Apr 15, 2016
A study from Harvard's School of Public Health noted that women living in greener areas have a lower chance of dying from cancer or respiratory problems
Jason Spencer - Apr 08, 2016
A trip to the doctor is no longer necessary in California as women can get their birth control over the counter
Jason Spencer - Apr 02, 2016
Weight gain continues to grow as a problem as more people suffer from obesity than being underweight
Cliff Mooneyham - Mar 28, 2016
What happens to your brain in space?
Cliff Mooneyham - Mar 26, 2016
Each patient who experienced complete hair growth did so within five months of beginning the treatment.
David Sims - Mar 18, 2016
Today the doctors realized the baby to go home officially weighing just over five pounds, which is the average weight of a newborn baby.
Jason Spencer - Mar 14, 2016
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month, reminding us that while treatable and easily prevented colon cancer is still a very fatal disease that takes thousands of lives each year
Jason Spencer - Mar 14, 2016
March 14th is National Napping Day, an unofficial holiday with some surprising benefits
Jason Spencer - Mar 13, 2016
A study released by the University of Alabama suggests that those who have more than one tattoo have higher levels of Immunoglobulin A, one of the components that make up a stronger immune system
Jason Spencer - Mar 06, 2016
What do marijuana and little sleep have in common? They both make us hungry for junk food
Jason Spencer - Mar 06, 2016
Researchers from the University College London found a single gene that is directly related to the development of gray hair as we age
James Carlin - Feb 20, 2016
Their test comprised of their ability to memorize a list of 15 words.
Jason Spencer - Feb 19, 2016
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signs two bills to limit public funds and taxes to go to Planned Parenthood, however the organization has other ways of obtaining those funds
James Carlin - Feb 19, 2016
It is no surprise then that Brazil has experienced the hottest year since 1998.
Adam Widmer - Feb 17, 2016
The first U.S. case of the Zika virus has been confirmed in Dallas and was transmitted sexually.
David Sims - Feb 13, 2016
The student is said to have shown symptoms that indicate the presence of the virus.
James Smith - Apr 21, 2017
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
James Carlin - Apr 18, 2017
A landmark scientific study has shattered the belief that salty food makes living organisms crave a drink.
James Smith - Apr 17, 2017
Spine surgeons are noticing an increase in people suffering from neck and upper back pain.
Jose Jefferies - Apr 10, 2017
In an excerpt procured by US Weekly, the 32-year-old revealed she came down with the tick-borne ailment in a reindeer sanctuary in her family's England home in 2004.
Aaron Sims - Apr 01, 2017
Michael Buble's son, Noah has returned to Argentina after treatment for liver cancer.
Josh Curlee - Mar 29, 2017
The teenager's classmates started an online campaign before Ebony's death, to give her a chance to meet her favorite singer.
Harry Marcolis - Mar 20, 2017
A study by NASA has shown that jet using biofuels have fewer particle emissions in their exhaust trails.
Tyler Henderson - Mar 14, 2017
Six years after the Japan Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster, scientists now say that it is now safe to return.
James Carlin - Mar 09, 2017
Dr. Dresler added that if one uses these strategic mnemonic training memory strategies, they can considerably increase their memory, even if it was awful at the start.
Adam Widmer - Mar 06, 2017
The White House has offered to continue funding for Planned Parenthood if the group stops providing abortions.
Jeremy Morrow - Feb 18, 2017
Bill Gates produced an op-ed on a new deadly type of terrorism.
Jason Spencer - Feb 13, 2017
Carmelo Sheppard - Feb 03, 2017
Just ten days after assuming office, President Donald Trump has already signed two proclamations, seven executive orders, and seven presidential memoranda.
Alex Bourque - Feb 02, 2017
Adults and children who suffer from Aspergers have problems with social interactions and exhibit a restricted range of interests and repetitive behavior.
James Smith - Feb 02, 2017
This is in the form of fluorinated chemicals(PFASs). These are usually favored for their grease repellant properties but can be harmful to our health according to the study.
Harry Marcolis - Jan 27, 2017
One this Britain hopes May and Trump do not touch their health care system which many believe was the foundation for Obama Care.
Jason Spencer - Jan 21, 2017
What this means institutions can intemperate Obama Care more loosely, they can choose what works for them and discard what does not.
Tyler Henderson - Jan 16, 2017
Close aides of Mr. Trump also declined to provide further details of the health plan.
Jason Spencer - Jan 16, 2017
Another study estimated that if all 20 million people covered by Obamacare lost their insurance, 20,000 would die as a result which is a lower rating compared to Sanders.
Jeremy Morrow - Jan 11, 2017
U.S. President Elect Donald Trump said during a Wednesday speech that big pharmacy was getting away with murder.
Carmelo Sheppard - Jan 11, 2017
The U.S. Homeland Security Department announced a cybersecurity warning concerning a brand of heart implants.
Mark Schwartz - Jan 11, 2017
The limited edition Holiday White Peppermint Hostess Twinkies have been recalled because of a salmonella scare.
Miriam Griffin - Dec 08, 2016
Insys Therapeutics threw a party for a Florida doctor to convince him to sell more of their drug.
Ian Marsh - Nov 27, 2016
But China has beaten them to the punch and already carried out a procedure to a lung cancer patient and is awaiting progress.
Ian Marsh - Oct 11, 2016
He was discovered in 1991 in a mummified form and remains today one of the best-preserved fossils.
Jason Spencer - Jun 20, 2016
A new study from the American Academy of Sleep and Medicine shows that coffee or energy drinks for those who don't get enough sleep do little to no good
David Sims - Jun 11, 2016
Turing Pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli was arrested Monday and charged with securities fraud stemming from the handling of assets at his previous company.
Jason Spencer - Jun 04, 2016
As acceptance of the LGBT relationships grows, so do the number of same-sex encounters among people
Jason Spencer - Jun 04, 2016
A new report shows that 505,000 veterans wait over a month for an appointment with the VA doctors
Jason Spencer - May 28, 2016
A report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notes that 80% of pools have at least one major health and safety violation
Jason Spencer - May 25, 2016
A recent study is released in the Psychology of Violence takes a closer look at how often drinks are spiked at parties
Dirk Trudeau - May 24, 2016
Health authorities announced that one in eight swimming pools in five heavily populated U.S. states have been closed due to potentially dangerous water.
Jason Spencer - May 15, 2016
Xylitol, an artificial sweetener found in gum, mints, and other candies, can be dangerous for man's best friend
Jason Spencer - May 08, 2016
New e-cigarette regulation laws are being hailed as long overdue, but some say this move could cause small businesses to close their doors
Jason Spencer - May 07, 2016
Experts have noted that the anti-diarrhea drug Imodium has recently been used to give people a heroin-like high
Jason Spencer - May 07, 2016
The number of deaths related to Hepatitis C are staggeringly high, and researchers say they're only going to grow at this rate
Jason Spencer - Apr 30, 2016
A new study from the Netherlands and Belgium show that wine, coffee, and tea provide a greater diversity in microbes than soda and other sugary drinks, leading to a healthier body
Jason Spencer - Apr 30, 2016
A new study from Northwestern University shows that while low-income families pay less for food allergy supplies the price raises when it comes to emergency medical visits
Jason Spencer - Apr 22, 2016
Luscious lips are in, mostly in thanks to socialite Kylie Jenner, with over 279,000 reported receiving lip injections in 2015 alone
Jason Spencer - Apr 17, 2016
Researchers from Hannover Medical School in Germany may have discovered a cure for Hepatitis C that could eliminate the virus in as little as six weeks
Jason Spencer - Apr 17, 2016
Jet hand dryers are good for the environment, but new findings show that they are notorious for spreading viruses
Jason Spencer - Mar 25, 2016
Researchers at Temple University have been looking into how AIDS can be eradicated, with one possible answer being gene manipulation
David Sims - Mar 21, 2016
Residents are a bit surprised by the situation as many say they have not experienced a shooting let alone a murder in over ten years in the parish.
Jason Spencer - Mar 20, 2016
A study form the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine shows that maintaining a healthy heart results in better brain activity
Cliff Mooneyham - Mar 18, 2016
It's estimated that mental illness will affect one in four people at some point in life.
Jason Spencer - Mar 13, 2016
A study from the University of Bergen shows that while blue light from tablets won't affect time it takes to sleep or time spent asleep it can affect quality of sleep
Jason Spencer - Mar 11, 2016
A new study in Taiwan shows a higher percentage of those diagnosed with ADHD are the youngest in their respective class, causing researchers to question whether some diagnoses are accurate or if kids are just being kids
Andrew Blake - Mar 10, 2016
Researchers have discovered malaria native to the United States of America in white-tailed deer.
James Carlin - Mar 07, 2016
The findings concluded that of the people on record as overweight, over 47 percent were actually healthy.
David Sims - Mar 02, 2016
High-intensity exercise is safe and beneficial among long-term heart transplant recipients, a new study shows.