New Study Reveals a Relationship Between Penis Size and Fertility

A recent study claims that men with a small sized penis are less likely to reproduce. In other words, size does matter.It was discovered...
Traditional Medicine

Traditional Medicine in Nigeria

In the Nigeria and worldwide, the use of “complementary” and “alternative” medicine is increasing, and has resulted in major non-reimbursed medical or health-related consumer...
DuraScience Institute Team

Science Supports the Idea that Beauty is More Than Skin Deep

Skin is the body’s largest organ and the only one that’s visible to the naked eye. Most people may not consciously notice it unless...

IVF made easy: Scientists create device to identify strongest sperm

Scientists from Cornell University have created a device that will help doctors identify the strongest sperm to be used for in-vitro fertilization.The result of...

Scientists develop non-antibiotic drug for tuberculosis

Scientists have developed a new non-antibiotic treatment for tuberculosis.The drug works by targeting mycobacterium tuberculosis’ defences rather than the bacteria itself. It can also...

New Cancer Vaccine Is 100% Successful in Mouse Model

Scientists have developed a new vaccine that — in conjunction with existing therapies — can not only treat aggressive melanoma, but also prevent its...
HP BioPrinters

HP BioPrinters are helping the CDC speed up antibiotic testing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is working with HP under a new pilot program involving BioPrinters. Four regional CDC labs are utilizing...

Scientists Develop Device to Warn of Imminent Heart Attack, Stroke

Researchers have developed a bio-optics diagnostic device which can warn of impending heart attacks and stroke. The early warning system can identify imminent and dangerous...

Scientists Develop Brain Implant That Could Stop, Prevent Epileptic Seizures

An electronic device implanted directly into the brain can detect, stop and even prevent epileptic seizures. In the study published in Science Advances, researchers at...

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