Maybe Viagra’s Not as Versatile As Once Suggested

As well as being used as treatment for erectile dysfunction, Viagra is being looked at to be used in a number of other medical...

Using Artificial Intelligence to Ramp up the Resolution of Brain MRIs

Doctors have been using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) on the brain for quite some time now. While it is effective in producing clear images...

Soybean Oil – A Healthy Choice or the Devil in Disguise?

The number one, most popular choice of cooking oil used today in the United States is soybean oil. It’s used in fast food frying,...

What Effect does ADHD Medication have on the Brain?

One of the most common forms of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) medication is a stimulant drug called methylphenidate which is used to treat symptoms...

3 Ways to Streamline Your Internal Business Processes

Size or sector aside, running a successful business is no easy feat. With so many organizational aspects to consider and such little time, streamlining...

Are We at a Turning Point for Quantum Computing?

Quite possible, thanks to a group of Princeton scientists. While scientists have been delving into the world of quantum computing for quite some time now, because of its complex nature, we’re still not as far forward as we’d hoped for. One of the reasons...

Has the World Gone Airpod Crazy?

Apple has surpassed Microsoft and is now the world’s most valuable company. Valued at more than $1.065 trillion, Apple quickly rose to stardom much through the help of the original iPhone launched way back in 2007. While the Apple Mac was obviously around, it...

13 Ways to Build a Happy & More Productive Workforce

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Can the Brain Overcome Blindness?

In the Western world, macular degeneration (AMD) is the cause of blindness in millions of people. It’s also the top cause of severe sight loss for those aged 50 and over, in the same region. Unfortunately, as of yet, there is no cure for...

Less Physical Testing Method Proposed for Parkinson’s Patients

The latest figures suggest that across the world there are between 7 to 10 million people who have been diagnosed with having Parkinson’s Disease. This neurodegenerative condition often manifests through symptoms such as slow movements, tremors, and problems with balance. Currently, the only real diagnostic...

Delving Deeper into Dark Matter

For years and years scientists have been trying to get their head around dark matter, and still, it remains a mystery. That being said, thanks to Low-Surface-Brightness (LSB) galaxies new information has come to light relating to the mysterious phenomenon.  Leading the study is Scuola...

The Top Video Games Adapted for Mobile

Gaming online is now just as popular as playing against the computer or with friends in the same room. And with the proliferation of smart phone users, more and more people are playing their games on their smartphone — whether that’s on their commutes...

The Powers of Proton Therapy

Researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have completed an analysis that has proven the powers of proton therapy. In the study, they were able to significantly lower the risk of side effects in cancer patients undergoing proton therapy...

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