British company creates the world’s smallest surgical robot

Over the years the medical industry has experienced many technological advancements, most recently the invention of the world’s smallest surgical robot; an achievement that...

Aids Campaigners Win NHS Court Battle

National Aids Trust (NAT), an Aids charity has won a High Court battle, allowing a preventative treatment for HIV to be funded by the...

Thumb-Sucking and Nail-Biting Children Less Likely to Develop Allergies

Bad habits such as thumb-sucking and nail biting may have some benefit attached says a new study while also strongly advocating against encouraging children...

13 Facts On the Top 25 Sustainable Cities of the World

A report by Arcadis, a design and consultancy firm, and the Centre for Economic and Business Research has examined a number of cities to...

E-Cigarettes Linked to Quitting Smoking

A new study published by The BMJ has found that the growth of e-cigarettes in England has been linked with a higher rate of...

Want to Look Young and Slow Down Aging? Eat Broccoli

A new study by Washington University School of Medicine published in the journal Cell Metabolism has found that there is an enzyme in some...

MXene: New Extra Thin Coating that Cleans Up ‘Electromagnetic Pollution’

Scientists from the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) in Seoul and Drexel University in the US developed a new material out of...

New App Opens Worldwide Conversation on Mental Health and Suicide

A new app-based research project by Australian nonprofit organization called Spur Projects, aims to ignite the conversation around mental health and suicide around the...

Bacteria outsmart antibiotics by sharing their weapons, study says

Antibiotic resistance is becoming a major issue with as many as 23,000 people dying in the US alone because of bacterial infections that have...

New Dutch Law Could Allow Assisted Suicide For Healthy Elderly

The Dutch government wants to adjust the Euthanasia Act to allow those who are well but feel they have lived “full lives,” to end...