(NaturalNews) A renowned academic who is the co-founder of the Cochrane Collaboration, one of the world's top organizations for assessing medical evidence, believes that Big Pharma is killing tens of thousands of Americans every year.
A DRUG TRIAL UNDERWAY IN SEATTLE COULD EXTEND THE LIVES OF FAMILY PETS. SOME DAY, IT MIGHT DO THE SAME FOR PEOPLE.
A group of scientists says it has now reconstructed the history of the planet's sea levels arcing back over some 3,000 years -- leading it to conclude that the rate of increase experienced in the 20th century was "extremely likely" to have bee
How very interesting it all is… the gamemakers are claiming dominion over our perceptions, our thoughts, our experiences, emotions, etc. Are we still operating within the bounds of reality?
In the beginning there was the iPhone. Then came a bunch of phones that tried to be just like it. Then those phones tried to be different, but in variously off-putting ways.
Astronomers have found an extraordinary trail of gas greater than 300,000 light years across originating from a nearby galaxy called NGC 4569, according to a report in Astronomy & Astrophysics.
The Bike Washing Machine encourages you to conserve energy and get fit while completing household tasks.
A new analysis of the world's oldest banded iron formations (BIFs)-- marine chemical sediments located in Western Greenland often used as geochemical archives, scientists have discovered that Earth's atmosphere contained small amounts of oxygen e
'Tech tattoos' will store your personal medical and financial information on a microchip embedded in your skin
Antibiotic resistance is rapidly reaching the scale of a global health crisis. More and more people are being treated with "last resort" antibiotics, and the head of the World Health Organization, Margaret Chan, recently warned that the explosion of
Why your human doctor will be replaced by a pill-pushing robotic toilet that's tag-teamed with a Google Terminator compliance hunter-killer drone
A U.S. soldier wounded in an explosion will be the first person in the United States to receive a penis transplant, doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital said, which could open the way for about 60 other servicemen with genital injuries to have this surg
Whether it's the curved edges of Samsung's Edge devices or Apple's 3D Touch, smartphone manufacturers are always looking for ways to provide users with novel experiences.
Batteries are getting better at a steady pace, but the technology is far from perfect - they are still quite short-lived, and have real trouble delivering bursts of power.
Nearly 5 billion people will be myopic by 2050
The enemy of my enemy...
It's not perfect, but it could make immunotherapy a "pillar" of cancer treatment, researcher says
Scientists have successfully printed a functional human ear that is ready for transplanting.
Walking with a wearable robotic exoskeleton may enable people with multiple sclerosis to walk more efficiently by reducing the energy and muscle activity needed to walk, according to research.
Take everything you know about data storage and set it aside, because a breakthrough from a research team at the University of Southampton's Optoelectronics Research Center (ORC) could change everything.
For the first time, researchers have successfully detected the presence of gases in the atmosphere of a super-Earth, an exoplanet with a mass higher than that of our homeworld but far less than an ice giant such as Uranus or Neptune, a soon-to-be-pub
Using some of the oldest light in the history of the universe as a sort of cosmic flashlight, a team of astronomers have discovered a jet being emitted by an extremely distant black hole, indicating that such phenomena were likely more common after t
(NaturalNews) It has become increasingly apparent that a number of key figures promoting vaccines and GMOs are really nothing more than thugs, industry shills or criminals pushing corrupt practices and phony science.
(NaturalNews) For nearly 100 years, Western medicine has relied on surgery, chemotherapy and radiation to fight cancer - with little to show for it.
Modern life takes a toll on bodies. It's easy to tick off the uniquely 21st-century diseases that plague humans today: obesity, heart disease, diabetes.
Here's the behind-the-scenes "how I made the emoji keyboard" video! If you haven't seen the original: http://youtu.be/3AtBE9BOvvk But the thing is, the truth is basically just "I bodged some stuff together". Which gives me the opportunity to tell som
Surely decimal numbers are easier to understand than binary? So why don't computers use them? Professor Brailsford explains the relationships between binary, power and simplicity.
We've heard plenty on the wonderful properties of graphene, but the supermaterial par excellence still hasn't found its way to commercial products because it is too delicate for real-world conditions.
The Smog Free Tower scrubs the pollution from more than 30,000 cubic meters of air per hour, then condenses it into tiny "gemstones" that can be embedded in rings, cufflinks, and more!
Aurora, CO -- In December, Nicole and Ernie Nunez brought their beautiful baby girl, Amylea, into the world. However, when they brought her home, things quickly took a turn for the worst. "About a day after we went home from delivery is when she