Paige Driessen

Frequent sauna use greatly reduces the risk of stroke

What if the sauna was good for your health? Many athletes, after an intensive sports session, are rewarded with…

Male students overestimate their intelligence contrary to women

Is intelligence a matter of gender? Are sciences the preserve of men? These die-hard stereotypes have persisted over the…

Blue light exposure

Nighttime exposure to blue light increases the risk of breast and prostate cancer

A new European study, led by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), has linked nocturnal exposure to blue…

Long-term depression in the mother may affect the child’s IQ

According to a recent US study, maternal depression can have a negative effect on a child’s cognitive development up…

Meditation and physical activity would help female rape victims recover

Meditation and physical activity is the winning combination to help victims of sexual assault, according to a new US…

Living near a fast food restaurant is bad for the heart

According to a new Dutch study, it is not good to live near a fast food restaurant. Having one…

Migraine: women and men are not equal

Migraine does not affect women and men equally. Even the effectiveness of treatments depends on sex. By conducting a…

Cancer: Belgian researchers have deciphered the origin of metastases

A team of researchers from the Universit√© Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) has identified for the first time the various…

The Giant’s Causeway mystery finally solved

A team of researchers has for the first time reproduced the chemical processes at the origin of the impressive…

Sweet drinks also increase the risk of death

Sugary soft drinks (sodas) are associated with an increase in mortality according to a new study. Doctors must absolutely…

Alcohol Consumption

A decrease in alcohol consumption increases life expectancy

According to a study published in The Lancet, it is necessary to lower the recommended alcohol consumption thresholds. They…

PET Scan

Depression: PET scan can quickly predict response to treatment

A new US study reveals that PET scan could quickly assess the response to antidepressant treatment. Depression is a very…

Sudden weight loss may be a sign of cancer

According to a meta-analysis conducted by British researchers, rapid and unintended weight loss is not to be taken lightly….

Millennials love plastic surgery

Nearly 40% of millennials have undergone surgery or have considered cosmetic surgery over the past 12 months according to…

Scientists have found the purpose of the eyebrows

Eyebrows, what is really their purpose? For decades, this question has fascinated scientists. Finally, they may have found the…

HIV is spreading in Europe at an alarming rate

More than a million Europeans today live with the AIDS virus. The epidemic is progressing at an alarming rate…