It’s often believed that speaking a foreign language can change your personality. Operating in a foreign language could have some interesting psychological effects…
The loss of the sense of smell was a better predictor of death than a diagnosis of heart failure, cancer or lung disease.
Sitting at the bedside of a patient at the nephrology department of a London hospital, I realise the importance of even the rarest of conditions and how it can truly affect a person’s life.
Researchers have developed and demonstrated the successful removal of HIV-1 provirus from mice organs and tissue completely. By using a gene-editing technique called CRISPR
You can always offer more during elections, but in reality, the situation is a lot different.
Scientists from MIT and Berkley may have found a solution – extracting water from thin air using only ambient sunlight.
Robotic systems promise greater precision, shorter patient recovery time and the ability to perform tasks that even the most skilful of surgeons cannot accomplish. But what is the future of robotics and are they really to become the equivalent of a surgeon’s dominant hand?
SAV001, an HIV vaccine developed by Chil-Yong Kang and a research team at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine has successfully completed phase 1 trials. The results of the Phase I trial were
It had been thought that each copy of DNA- one inherited from the mother and one from the father- was treated the same. While most kids don’t want to pick between their parents
In recent days, the rise of social media has been phenomenal. People record their every move, emotion and thought on a number of platforms. One of the most used out of these has been Twitter.
Technically, we could assume that the increasing use of social media has been a factor to this sedentary lifestyle. However, have you ever wondered how the two could possibly be linked in a positive sense? Have we ever imagined that our social media traits can ultimately be responsible for how successful we are in our fitness endeavors?