It sounds like science fiction, but researchers say they have taken the first step toward creating female mosquitoes that don't bite and spread disease.
Found in swamps and bogs along the east coast of North America, they are commonly called pitcher plant mosquitoes, because they live in the waterof pitcher plants until adulthood.Read the whole article
Light to moderate drinkers may have a lower risk of heart disease than teetotalers, but a new study suggests this doesn't hold true for people with fatty liver disease. Most people have a little bit of fat in their liver, but fatty liver disease can be diagnosed when more than 5...Read More
Is the G-spot real? The evidence is a bit mysterious because the “spot” doesn’t appear to be a distinct structure, but, rather, a cluster of nerves and tissue that engorges or changes in sensation when aroused. And not all women feel it. Some women feel extreme pleasure when the spot is...Read More
It's not yet clear if taking vitamins can reduce your risk of developing heart disease or having a heart attack. But, what is known is that no vitamin can prevent the development of heart disease if you don't control your other risk factors, such as a poor diet, smoking, high...Read More