(NaturalNews) A woman living in Australia was so determined to avoid spending time in the hospital, that she actually gave birth in a rainforest stream.
Recent years have seen a growth in demand for traditional Chinese medicine. According to Wang, this increase also spurred the widespread sale of home-grown herbs, which are frequently exposed to pesticides and agricultural fertilizers that interfere
USABC, a collaborative organization of FCA, Ford and GM, awarded a $4 million dollar contract to SiNode Systems for development of silicon-graphene anode materials for automotive lithium-ion battery cells.
Photonicinduction is an electrical engineer who has been pushing electrical appliances to their limits for our viewing pleasure since 2008, but even he seems to be impressed by the subject of his latest video: a 20,000 Watt light bulb.
Pokémon Go has invaded America. Since launching on July 6, the free augmented reality game has prompted millions of users to explore places they ordinarily wouldn't. That includes US military installations.
Some London airports are blocking access to websites distributing privacy-focused technology, including the Tor Project.
Obedient Sheeple Now Stampede Anywhere the Puppet Masters Plant Fictitious Monsters. By now, you've probably heard of Pokemon Go, the new "hybrid reality" mobile app game that overlays real world geographic locations with virtual monsters tha
According to a Missouri emergency plan recently distributed by St. Louis County officials, in recent months, a fire at the Bridgeton Landfill is closing in on a nuclear waste dump. The landfill fire has been burning for over five years, and they have
The research found that one of the major toxins of the disease known as amyloid beta was reduced in patients that used cannabis. This specific toxin can build up in the brain and cause plaque deposits which lead to inflammation and memory loss.
Fundamental discovery has implications for health and disease
Adam Savage makes things and builds experiments, and he uses costumes to add humor, color and clarity to the stories he tells. Tracing his lifelong love of costumes --
Along with their unique propulsion system and ability to change color, octopi are also known for their grabby tentacles.
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Given her background in researching some of the deadliest pathogens on Earth, including Ebola, colleagues of newly arrived astronaut Kate Rubins had expected her to want to do "crazy science fiction" on the International Space Station.
A professor of neuroscience says it will one day be possible to live on in a computer after death.
Medical researchers have been able to restore partial vision in mice by regenerating previously severed optic-nerve cables. It's the first time researchers have succeeded in restoring important aspects of vision in mammals, and the breakthrough could
Lost luggage is down by 65% thanks to some new tech. Follow the roller coaster ride that your bags make into the bowels of the airport.
Yesterday in Brooklyn, 33 people from a single neighborhood wound up in the hospital after smoking synthetic marijuana. Those afflicted could barely hold themselves up. Some were outright sprawled across the pavement. Bystanders said it looked like a
Bye-bye buffering! See ya, slow load times. The era of ultra-high speed wireless Internet is here! Or at least you could be forgiven for thinking so after the Federal Communications Commission likely votes today to open up a huge chunk of the wireles
I can't think of any governance red flags during the Steve Jobs era at Apple (the one exception being the stock-option backdating issue, which was settled). By contrast, there have been many at Tesla. Perhaps the Tesla bulls would say that the com
A new age of warfare is near -- and it's a situation of mind over matter.
It's not just an illusion
Though 20/20 vision is the dream for most people, especially those with vision impairment, but what if we said 3 x 20/20 vision is possible?
The incident caused speculation online - and is not the first time NASA have been accused of tampering with the feed.
esearchers at UCLA have developed a way to capture carbon dioxide emissions and use them to make concrete from a 3D printer.
When Montpelier decided to rip up a pothole-riddled asphalt road and replace it with gravel in 2009, it didn't see itself at the forefront of a growing trend in public works. It was simply responding to a citizen complaint.
The likelihood that you will someday zoom across the country at supersonic speeds through a tube just got a lot smaller.
(NaturalNews) Vaccine industries have their sights set on a new market that they hope will someday be as massive as that created by the just-shy-of-obligatory childhood vaccine schedule: pregnant women.
Throughout history, speculation has spurred beautiful, revolutionary science -- opening our eyes to entirely new universes.
The skull, made by an Australian firm, is actually fairly transparent. Lots of plastics can be transparent - acrylics, polycarbonates, etc. - but the stringent medical requirements, and also print requirements, place limits on the possible. While