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We kinda always knew this to be the case.
But now we have the facts to back it up!
A new study from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri has published their latest scientific findings and it has found to be true what your momma always said!
That scratching an itch is just going to
This is so incredible!! Way to go, science!
A paralyzed man was able to walk again after doctors performed an amazing procedure.
Doctors took olfactory cells (scent smelling cells) and transplanted them into the patient's spinal cord. The patient was paralyzed from the chest down after a knife attack severed his spine.
Uh-oh, this new information about binge drinking is seriously scary!
Researchers from the University of Missouri have concluded that drinking to excess can change your genes FOREVER.
Scientists have discovered that binge drinking messes up
Ian Nichols, 76, has been blind for about 20 years due to a degenerative eye condition.
It's called retinitis pigmentosa and because of it, he knows what it's like to hold his grandchildren, but he's never seen them as they've grown.
Until now that is!!
Thanks to a Toronto hospital doing a study, Ian was able to get a "bionic eye!"
Wow, this is great news!
Scientists in Cleveland have discovered a way to provide prosthetics a sense of touch, which is wonderful news for amputees.
The way it works is this: scientists plant electrodes around three main nerves in the test subjects' arm stumps and then a machine
Brian Wasink is the director of the Cornell Food and Brand Lab and a leading food psychologist.
So he's kinda someone you'd trust on matters of food science.
He's just written a new book called Slim by Design and in it he explores how minor factors can affect how many calories we can consume in a sitting.
One of those minor factors is what table you sit at in a restaurant! Wasink said:
This… could be game changing.
Scientists have found a berry that has cancer-fighting properties!!
The berry is from the blushwood tree, and it only grows in Far North Queensland, Australia.
Dr. Glen Boyle led an eight-year-long study on the berry and its amazing ability to kill tumors. He said: