full screen background image
Search
Thursday 17 January 2019
  • :
  • :

Category: Featured News

Growing Leather from Tea? It May Be Possible With New Research From Iowa State

Researchers at Iowa State University have truly made a breakthrough by designing a new, leather-like biodegradable material from tea...

East Meets West: Why Bay Area Residents Are Relocating East

Prices are moving on up, forcing residents to move away, according to a new report from real estate website Trulia. Major cities all across...

Can Tequila Help Osteoporosis? No, But Blue Agave Can

Mexican scientists are investigating the potential benefits of the blue agave plant in treating chronic pain. More and more Americans are...

Conscientious, Responsible People May Be More Prone to Distracted Driving

Everyone has that friend who’s out to take over the world. They’re driven, extroverted, and open to new experiences. And while...

People With Untreated Sleep Apnea Are Twice as Vulnerable to Workplace Injury

New research suggests that sleep apnea may be responsible for a significant number of injuries in the workplace. According to a study...

Rental Towers in Manhattan Set to Feature ‘Sky Bridge’ Complete with Gym and Hot Tub

Many people are looking for unique amenities during their apartment search, but a new development in New York City has taken this idea to...

New Study Shows Dark Chocolate Improves Athletic Performance

Dark chocolate is already known for its positive effects on cardiovascular health, and now a new study undertaken at London’s...

Botox Recognized As a Successful Neurological Treatment

The American Academy for Neurology has just published new physician guidelines on using Botox as a treatment for a host of neurological...

New Research Could Lead to a Smartphone Battery Life of Over 500 Years

Researchers at the University of California, Irvine, have recently invented a battery that can be charged hundreds of thousands of times,...

Want To Help a Kid Lose Weight? Then Don’t Do This…

A study recently published online in the medical journal Pediatrics suggests that parents who nag children about their weight may actually...