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Teens Using E-Cigarettes May Develop The Habit Of Smoking, Says Study

Teens Using E-Cigarettes May Develop The Habit Of Smoking, Says Study

According to a study published in Pediatrics there is a possible threat on the mission pertaining to the reduction of smoking habits in teens with the emergence and usage of e-cigarettes though there is no solid evidence by far to prove it.

Cannabis Heals Fractures And Strengthens Bones – Study

Cannabis Heals Fractures And Strengthens Bones – Study

A new health benefit has just been added to cannabis’ list as a group of Israeli researchers discovered it could actually repair broken bones and strengthen them in the process.


New Study Reveals Marine Plankton Generates Brighter Clouds

On July 17, a recent study helmed by the University of Washington and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was published in Science Advances, an open-access Science journal. The research revealed how tiny natural particles given off my marine organisms, nearly doubled cloud droplets numbers in the summer, according to

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Hydraulic Fracking Prompts Hospitalization Increase In Pennsylvania

In a study published in the journal PLOS ONE, researchers analyzed data collected by the Pennsylvania Healthcare Cost Containment Council on the number of hospitalizations between 2007 and 2011 in Bradford, Susquehanna and Wayne in northeastern Pennsylvania. As per UPI, the data showed an increase in medical conditions such as heart and neurological illnesses.


'Very Light' Smoking Can Still Put Women At Risk Of Having Heart Disease, Study Says

Many young women tend to smoke ‘very lightly’ and use this as an excuse to reassure themselves that they’re not heavy smokers, according to a new study.

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‘Groundhog Day’ Amnesia: A Memory Loss Conundrum That Left Experts Mystified

A memory loss condition, which was similar to the phenomenon experienced in the film “Groundhog Day,” has recently left experts mystified. In a study published in the journal Neurocase, one amnesia patient in Northern England has been endlessly reliving a dental appointment in 2005 daily.

Bacon Seaweed: Could The New Dulse Strain Be The New Health Food Sensation?

Bacon Seaweed: Could The New Dulse Strain Be The New Health Food Sensation?

Researchers at the Oregon State University (OSU) have developed a new strain of seaweed that tastes like bacon and could potentially be the latest health food sensation in the future.


Mosquitoes Use Sense Of Smell To Locate Meals, Study Finds

Mosquitoes are really goodin looking for their meals, but before mosquitoes set their eyes on a new meal — primarily blood — it can already smell a host's blood from across a room.

Polar Bears

Polar Bears In Peril? Melting Ice Habitat And Poor Adaptation Threaten Survival

Polar bears could be in greater peril than what experts thought as their natural ice habitat continues to melt.

Vaginal Douching

Vaginal Douching: 4 Reasons Why Douching Is Dangerous To Women

A recent study published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives revealed that douching could have dangerous effects to women as they are at great risk for exposure to harmful chemicals, which could interfere with the hormones of the body.

Mental Health Disorders

Study Finds Mental Health Disorders Tend To Affect Adulthood

Childhood is the backbone for children to learn things on their own, but sometimes, children experience things that make them struggle throughout their adult life.


Wildfires Smoke Poses Health Risks: Triggers Heart Attacks, Cardiac Arrest And Other Heart Diseases

Exposure to wildfires smoke have recently been discovered to cause heart diseases such as heart attacks and cardiac arrests, particularly in elderly people. According to the researchers, air pollution created by wildfires fuels the risk for heart hazards.

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World's Oldest Sperm May Be A Window To The Past

In Science, it is widely known that living things without bones do not fossilize easily as compared to those who have. These include worms, leeches and sperm. But, a group of scientists from Stockholm were in awe upon the discovery of a 50-million-year-old sperm of a worm-like creature which was fossilized.

Human Hands

Human Hands Are Anatomically Primitive — Study

Human hands are much, much older than you think. According to a new study, this part of the human body has not evolved for the past 6 million years. Even if the hands did, their anatomical evolution is so little, no one would doubt that they didn’t change at all.

Water Level

Sea Levels Terrify Existence Of Living Planet Earth

Sea levels are increasing at an alarming rate. So much so that many are now frightened of the repercussions that are about to take place when water reaches 20 feet around the world. A new study has mapped the areas that would be greatly affected by the rise of the sea levels.

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