From improving vaccines to modifying crops to solving crimes, DNA technology has transformed our world. Now, for the first time in history, anyone can experiment with DNA at home, in their kitchen, using a device smaller than a shoebox.
"The compound works by three ways essentially: it kills the tumour cells directly, it cuts off the blood supply and it also activates the body's own immune system to clean up the mess that's left behind."
(NaturalNews) The Canadian government is requiring stricter warning labels on products containing acetaminophen, in the hopes of preventing lethal side effects stemming from consumers unwittingly taking too much of the dangerous over-the-counter drug
(NaturalNews) Scientific research shows that ginger offers a variety of therapeutic properties. One of the herb's many uses includes its ability to alleviate symptoms of gastrointestinal distress, including seasickness.
Audi engineers utilized the Fischer-Tropsch process to create a clean-burning diesel fuel.
The researchers were able to remotely control the braking system, sunroof, door locks, trunk, side-view mirrors and more
If not treated quickly and properly, battlefield wounds can soon become a menace to life and limb.
In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews Nassim Haramein about his new scientific breakthrough proving consciousness that he debuted at Burning man. Haramein has spent over 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geom
Microsoft has vowed to "solve the problem of cancer" within a decade by using ground-breaking computer science to crack the code of diseased cells so they can be reprogrammed back to a healthy state.
Internet fast lanes aren't something everyone can agree on.
(NaturalNews) A new landmark study found that up to 50 percent of people who receive chemotherapy are killed by the treatment, not cancer itself. For the first time, researchers from Public Health England and Cancer Research U.K. examined the numbers
According to two Merck scientists who filed a False Claims Act complaint in 2010 - a complaint which has just now been unsealed - vaccine manufacturer Merck knowingly falsified its mumps vaccine test data, spiked blood samples with animal antibod
Across "England around 8.4 per cent of patients with lung cancer, and 2.4 per cent of breast cancer patients died within a month," the Telegraph reported. "But in some hospitals the figure was far higher. In Milton Keynes the death rate fo
(NaturalNews) A wave of mysterious deaths continues to plague practitioners in the field of holistic medicine, including chiropractors, herbalists and other alternative healers. Some of the deaths have been tied to research involving nagalase, an enz
Few can resist a cup of java in the morning. Here's a breakdown of what happens to your body from 10 minutes to 6 hours after drinking the brewed beverage.
Remember Pokémon Go? We were such nerds back then! Just kidding, we're still nerds. And even though you've left Charizard behind along with your pogs and troll dolls and stone-washed jeans, reports of the app's decline are missing the point--
blame saturated fats instead (NaturalNews) The sugar industry launched a campaign in the 1960s to downplay evidence linking sugar consumption to America's rising cardiovascular disease rates, and blame saturated fats instead, according to a new repor
1 hour BBC film about modern world software programming.
When a car's air conditioner is running, water vapor in the air accumulates on its condenser, changing into a liquid state and then dripping to the ground.
Dr Charles Runels has been called a miracle-worker by the women whose clitorises he has injected with their own blood. But many medical professionals believe the effects are simply placebo – and question Runels' methods
On Sunday, an "Overheated" Hillary Stumbled or Fainted at a 911 Ceremony. Hours later, came news flash Hillary's Doctor Discloses Pneumonia Diagnosis Made Last Friday: Questions Abound.
Illegal and unreported fishing is a multibillion-dollar business around the globe, and one that has proven notoriously difficult to combat.
(NaturalNews) Certain levels of radiation cause cancer - this is a well-established fact. However, what is less understood is how exactly radiation causes cancer to develop. New research published in the journal Nature Communications on September 1
Not only does it kill bacteria, but it prevents them from building up an immunity - a major problem with most antibiotics today.
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The future of test tube babies is one step closer to being motherless
We tend to think of memories as perfect little time capsules--important records of past events that matter to us and made us who we are, as unchangeable as a dragonfly stuck in amber.
No one should have to eat alone, which is why this 16-year-old entrepreneur created an app to bring students together during lunchtime.
(NaturalNews) By the end of 2016, over 1,600,000 new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the United States. Many of these people will be exposed to the unwanted side effects of chemotherapy and radiation. The American Cancer Society adds that 595,69
Motherless babies could be on the horizon after scientists discovered a method of creating offspring without the need for a female egg.