Northern Lights Shifting to South Due to Earth Weakening Magnetic Field
Nov 27, 2015 A new study has revealed that the northern lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are shifting to southern regions due to the weakening magnetic fields of Earth. Despite this, the scientists who conducted the study noted that this is not an indicator that the fields will flip soon.
Earth’s Geomagnetic Field Not in Danger of Reversing According to Scientists
Nov 25, 2015 Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) assured the people of Earth that the planet's geomagnetic field is not in danger of flipping out anytime soon. Based on their calculations, Earth's geomagnetic field is still currently stable.
Infant Death Linked to Crib Bumpers Dangerously Increasing
Nov 25, 2015 Researchers warned that the number of infant deaths related to bumpers installed on cribs have spiked through the past years. Based on their findings, the researchers are calling for a nationwide ban on crib bumpers to avoid additional accidents and even fatalities involving babies
Tree Populations in Amazon Rainforest Under Threat of Extinction
Nov 23, 2015 Researchers warned that over half of the tree populations in the Amazon could be wiped out if proper measures are not taken for their conservation. According to their study, this effect could also be mirrored in other rainforests around the globe.
Men Found to Overeat During Dates to Impress Women
Nov 20, 2015 A new study has provided scientific proof as to why men tend to overeat when dining with women. According to the researchers who conducted the study, males tend to eat more than what they usually consume in order to impress their female dates.
Science News: Scientists Observing Birth of Possibly Three New Planets
Nov 19, 2015 For the first time ever, scientists are witnessing distant planets that are currently in the process of being born. According to them, studying this rare phenomenon can provide the entire scientific community with a deeper understanding of how planets are really formed.
Drug Used to Treat Alcoholism Found to be Effective Against HIV
Nov 18, 2015 A team of researchers from the University of California San Francisco and University of Melbourne have discovered a drug that can be effectively used in the fight against HIV. According to the researchers, the drug, which was originally designed to cure alcoholism, can activate dormant HIV.
New Study Discovers Direct Link Between Drinking Coffee and Lower Death Risk
Nov 17, 2015 A new study has revealed that regular coffee drinkers are less likely to die early due to chronic diseases than those who do not drink this brewed beverage at all. According to the researchers, the link between coffee and lower mortality rate may be related to the drink's ingredients.
Shift in Sense of Humor Linked to Development of Dementia
Nov 12, 2015 A new study has identified the link between the shift in preferences for humor or comedy and the different kinds of dementia. According to researchers, patients with dementia are more likely to laugh at slapstick comedy and even inappropriate situations than other forms of humor.
Researchers Say Having Normal Weight with Belly Fat More Dangerous than Being Obese
Nov 11, 2015 According to a new study, those who have belly fat despite having a normal weight are more likely to die from diseases than those who are overweight or obese. The researchers who conducted the study explained that their findings show how the location of the fat on the body can adversely affect one's health.
Study Shows Homemade Meals can Lower Risk of Diabetes
Nov 09, 2015 Previous studies have already shown the negative effects of fast food and meals in restaurants on health. But a new study has revealed a link between eating out the increased risk of diabetes.
Researchers Discover Link Between Poor Sleep and Kidney Disease Among Women
Nov 06, 2015 A new study has revealed a connection between lack of sleep and the development of kidney problems among women. According to the researchers who conducted the study, the link may have something to do with the physical effects of not having enough sleep.
Mortality Rate of White Middle-Aged Americans on the Rise According to CDC Data
Nov 04, 2015 A new study has revealed that the number of middle-aged white Americans dying is increasing during the recent years. According to the researchers, this group has the highest mortality rate in the country compared to other age and ethnicity-based groups.
Footage of Rare and Elusive Omura’s Whale Captured for the First Time [VIDEO]
Nov 03, 2015 A team of international researchers were able to observe and capture images of the rare Omura's whale for the first time. According to the researchers, the discovery is considered a significant one because it can provide them with more insight regarding the characteristics of this elusive whale species.
Low-Fat Diets Not Effective Weight Loss Techniques According to Study
Oct 30, 2015 Those looking to lose weight should avoid following a low-fat diet, according to the findings of a recent study. Researchers said that instead of cutting back on fatty foods, weight watchers would benefit more from low-carbohydrate diets.