Scientists announced today that Vitamin C can kill tuberculosis bacteria in the laboratory. Scientists described their findings as striking and completely unexpected. They, however, said that the technique is yet to be tested in humans.
The scientists have previously said that an ant wanders around on a carnivorous plant, seemingly courting a grisly death. However, a new research has revealed that diving ants (Camponotus schmitzi) are not caused any harm whatsoever by the fanged pitcher plants (Nepenthes bicalcarata)
A University of Melbourne study has revealed teenagers who undergo CT scans are at higher risk of suffering from cancer later in life. The study was conducted on more than 600,000 patients and revealed a small increase in the risk 10 years after having a CT scan.
US researchers have revealed a way of creating more effective vaccines to protect against a broad range of flu viruses. Every year, a different flu jab has to be produced as the virus is a constantly shifting target.
The animal study was published in the journal Nature and it showed that a single jab could be highly effective to protect against multiple strains.
The latest issue of the Journal Nature highlighted the health impacts of poor sleep, association of sleep disturbances and neurodegenerative diseases called the 'Amyloid awakenings.'
The new findings reveal that the climate change can claim increased temperature-related deaths within few decades. Radley Horton, from Columbia University in New York, and his colleagues calculated the net effect of climate change.