Addiction to FB and Insta is Linked to Inequality: Research

I t wouldn’t be a stretch to argue that social media algorithms have changed how we live. Their impact on shaping the course of our lives is unprecedented, yet one that develops faster than research …

Deep Brain Stimulation Could Treat Binge Eating Disorder

A pilot study reveals that an implanted brain stimulator significantly decreased bingeing episodes and assisted patients in losing weight. According to researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine …

Experimental Drug Protects Against Sudden Death

A study conducted by scientists at  Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis  shows that an experimental drug therapy protects mice against sudden death brought on by the rupture of a ma…

Overuse of Smartphones or Laptops Can Make You Age Faster: New Study

Extended exposure to blue light generated by phones and laptops might make you look older. Research suggests that more exposure to blue light triggers stress-hormone. Staying away from phone or lapto…

Long-COVID Symptoms May Affect Sexual Health, Says Study

As the world completes nearly three years of living with the COVID-19 pandemic, much has been researched about the virus and its effects. Research supported the development of vaccines to help tackle…

Dietary Changes Can Lead to Diabetes Remission: ICMR

A recent national study funded by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) that included responses from 18,090 adults found that making minor dietary changes can result in diabetes remission (wh…

Single Dose of Alcohol Can Permanently Alter the Morphology of Neurons

A research team from the University of Cologne and the Universities of Mannheim and Heidelberg has found that even the single administration of alcohol permanently alters the morphology of neurons. I…

Newly Identified Molecule Can Burn Body Fat

Researchers have discovered a new signaling molecule that forces brown fat cells to consume more energy. Typically, fat cells store energy. However, energy is lost as heat in brown fat cells, making …

Potential Way to Tune the Brain Into Learning Mode

A study by University of Manchester neuroscientists into the effect of surprise on our memory has inadvertently discovered a method which might help us to perform better in exams. In the study, publi…

Scientists Created World's First "Synthetic" Embryo With Brain and Beating Heart: Report

Scientists from the University of Cambridge have created world's first "synthetic" embryo that has a brain, a beating heart, and the building blocks for every other organ in the body, s…