Early use of drug leads to a drastic decrease in Prostate cancer

The survival rate of those diagnosed with prostate cancer could significantly increase with the use of the drug Abiraterone in the early stages of...

The Future of Vertical Farming in 5 Inspiring Examples

Recent studies show that the human population will reach 11 billion by 2100, putting a strain on farming, health, living conditions and sustainability. On 11...

5 Innovative Ways Denmark and France Are Tackling Food Waste at Christmas

Christmas is a time for over-indulgence and over-spending, which increases the amount of garbage deposited into trashcans. As Christmas dinner leads to mince pies...

Stiff Bull: Instant Coffee. Instant Erection.

Stiff Bull instant coffee is “made for adults who want to have longer lasting, more fulfilling sex,” containing all-natural herbs including, to tonkat ali,...

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...

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...

Study finds no link between IVF treatment and breast cancer

Researchers have found no association between IVF treatment and increased risk of breast cancer in a study that was deemed highly important because of...

This quick breathing ‘workout’ said to increase heart and brain health.

Research scientists share a technique called ‘Inspiratory Muscle Strength Training’ (IMST). Essentially, IMST training aims to strengthen the muscles we use to breathe. It’s...

How Carrie Fisher’s Death Is Empowering Women To Protect Against The Risk Of Heart...

By Dr Niamh O’Kennedy, research scientist in cardiovascular health, based at University of Aberdeen “WELL I GUESS YOU DON’T KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT WOMEN YET” Princess Leia,...

Are Caesarian Births Changing Human Evolution?

New research being conducted at the University of Vienna has shown that regular use of Caesarian sections is affecting human evolution by narrowing the...