There is an amazing company with an incredible new product that could change the world… and it feels sooooo good!
Australian bio-tech firm Starpharma has come up with the VivaGel condom, which is designed to kill the HIV virus!
The VivaGel lubricant has been found to be 99.9% effective at
Google is literally bringing the human race into the future! Well, more like Google is bringing the future to us!
They've singed a deal with Novartis, a huge company in the health and science industry, to bring us a smart contact lens. They're going to make a lens that monitors glucose levels (for diabetic patients) and one that treats farsightedness.
That's so amazing, those are incredible medical advances… but that's not the cool part!
When you're feeling really sick or dealing with extreme dehydration, you can go to the emergency room and get hooked up to an IV.
Though without really good insurance it could easily cost you hundreds, maybe even thousands of dollars.
But not at The HangIVer Bar!
Everybody loves to trip balls and freak out and hallucinate, right?
Obviously not, but some people actually do enjoy seeing things that aren't there, as long as the effect is only temporary.
People used to have to drop acid or eat a fat bag of 'shrooms to get these effects… but not anymore!! Thanks to an optical illusion you can literally hallucinate and feel like you're tripping balls, even after you're done watching!
"You’re still on the Pill?? That is SO 2014!”
A glimpse into what girls are going to be talking about in the future, especially after this incredible medical breakthrough hits the market!
Bill Gates is backing a new birth control microchip that is implanted into women and can be turned off and on with a remote control!
How rad is that?!
It seems like science is always going back and forth when it comes to just how bad sitting all day is.
Like, we all know sitting for a living is bad, but is it really reallllllly bad? Or just pretty bad?
Some studies paint a very bleak picture of what sitting all day does to you and how there's nothing you can do about it, but a new study, published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings, has shown us the light! There is hope!!
Science, for the win!
Four years ago, a tragic diving accident paralyzed Ian Burkhart, leaving him unable to move his arms or legs. Until this week…
The 23-year-old quadriplegic patient has been working with surgeons at the Ohio State University and researchers at the Battelle Memorial Institute on a new technology called Neurobridge.
Using an implant inserted and connected to Ian’s brain, he’s able to move his arm and hand using his own thoughts for the first time since his accident!
But how does it work??