Monthly Archives: November 2017

Who’s Smarter, Dogs or Cats? Science Now Has the Answer

Reddit is NOT going to like this study. Read More »

Nicola Sturgeon takes HIV test in campaign to reduce stigma

The first minister hopes to encourage more people to take the instant result self-test. Read More »

Viagra can be sold over the counter

Men will no longer require a GP’s prescription to obtain the impotence drug, regulators have decided. Read More »

Testosterone may help protect men from asthma

Women are more likely to have asthma than men. One possible reason? Testosterone could block a protein that helps spark an asthma attack, a study finds, while estrogen may not. Read More »

Scarlet Fever: A Sudden and Dramatic Outbreak Has Been Recorded in England, and Scientists Can’t Explain Why

There was a threefold increase in the number of scarlet fever cases in 2014 compared to a year earlier. Read More »

Scarlet fever cases hit 50-year high in England

Experts are unable to explain why the contagious disease is on the increase in England. Read More »

Nurse removed from hospital after saying white boys ‘should be sacrificed to the wolves’

Indiana University Health said an employee “tied to troubling posts on social media” no longer works at the hospital system. Read More »

Big Tobacco finally tells the truth in court-ordered ad campaign

Big Tobacco finally tells the truth. Companies will start running ads ordered by a federal court in which they admit their products kill and are addictive. Read More »

Big Tobacco finally tells the truth in court-ordered ad campaign

Big Tobacco finally tells the truth. Companies will start running ads ordered by a federal court in which they admit their products kill and are addictive. Read More »

Looking to change medicine one bacteria at a time

New research suggests that even modest levels of physical activity are beneficial to heart health. Elderly people should be encouraged to at least do low intensity physical activities. Read More »