“Tools like CATCH will help us and others detect outbreaks earlier and generate more data on pathogens that can be shared with the wider scientific and medical research communities,” the authors say.
DNA testing kits have developed tremendously in recent times, moving out of the lab and onto the real world. After all, who wouldn’t want to trace their genetic heritage? Most of the time, it only takes a few weeks (and a reasonable sum) to find out where your lineage came from. But how does it work, and how accurate is
I had a gut feeling they would.
The neurological disorder often begets another disease: addiction.
A pill that makes you smarter? Not so fast…
You wouldn’t want to drink this one though.
Most of them have to do with your belly — but not all.
LSD = sensory overload.
More and more people around the world aren’t getting enough sleep — and that’s just painful.
‘Soft’ fake news is just as bad as blatant lies.
Use it or lose it — until you use it again, that is.
This could be a way to provide much-needed healthcare in isolated areas.
As if the disorder wasn’t complicated enough.
Gum disease toxins enter the brain where they may cause Alzheimer’s, according to new research.
Science is often not about settling a debate, but about asking the right questions.
Researchers advise parents to employ strategies that are evidence-based — otherwise, their well-intended measures might not amount to all that much.
Couples looking to conceive might want to try some stress management first.
Just don’t go overboard with the snacks.
“Our results suggest that chronically ill, highly disabled patients can benefit from TCT,” said the authors. “That contradicts current assumptions.”
It’s probably your fault — of course.