#Integrating Technology with Medicine FDA has approved the first 3D pill to be printed for controlling seizures. Technological advances have allowed 3D printing for prosthetics, architechtural structures, toys, and much more. New technological advances ha
A massive [7.8 magnitude earthquake](http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/magnitude-79-earthquake-hits-nepal/2015/04/25/90389c98-eb3a-11e4-9767-6276fc9b0ada_gallery.html) devastated Nepal this past Saturday, leaving thousands of people homeless and injured
The prevalence rate of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in children is now 1 in 68, according to the [CDC](http://www.cdc.gov/ncbddd/autism/data.html). ASD occurs across all racial, ethic, and socioeconomic groups but is about five times more prevalent amo
Although NFL fans complain about the recent changes to NFL rules, such changes are paramount to the health and safety of the players. Prior to the inception of neuroimaging techniques, such as the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), little was known about t
Japanese citizen, Misao Okawa, celebrated her 117th birthday in a nursing home in western Japan on Wednesday. Oddly enough, she told a government official that her life "seemed rather short." Okawa was born on March 5, 1898, in Osaka. She was of
A recent flash mob that showed up in a Florida mall illustrates an oft researched phenomenon known as [deindividuation](http://psychcentral.com/encyclopedia/2008/deindividuation/). Just over 900 youths [invaded a Florida movie theater at West Oaks Mall in
Famed researcher, Philip Zimbardo, discusses the 'permeable and movable' line between good and evil. Zimbardo sent shock waves through research community following his famed Stanford Prison Experiments. The famous experiment illuminated a phenomen
Bill Maher, host of Real Time, recently hosted a panel of journalists to discuss the trend of "Anti-Vaxxers." In light of the Measles outbreak, Maher discusses several issues with 'science' behind vaccinations. Specifically, the calls ou
Apple has been known to innovate and introduce game-changing technology but is the prestigious company now working on a car? Rumors have swirled since reports surfaced about the tech-giant allegedly making efforts to [poach Tesla staff](http://appleinside
Jeff Iliff, professor and researcher at Oregon Health and Science University, discusses the importance of sleep as it pertains to our health. "Sleep may actually be a kind of elegant design solution to some of the brains most basic needs. A unique wa
It was recently [reported]( http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/environment/globalwarming/11395516/The-fiddling-with-temperature-data-is-the-biggest-science-scandal-ever.html) that the data, which supports the largely accepted notion — amongst leading s
Why have we had such an outbreak of previously vaccinated and subdued illnesses? Since a very famous article was written linking autism to the MMR vaccine a surge of citizens have band together to stop the use of vaccines. The very article and research th
#"Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, or whatever it is that you think you remember?" -- Elizabeth Loftus What if some of your memories were not really accurate recollections of the events that actually occurred? What if some of tho
The concept of intuition, or more commonly known as a "hunch" or a "gut reaction," has been largely ignored by scholars and scientists at best and has been relegated to the likes of nonsensical fairy tales by researchers at worst. In r
Details about a controversial study conducted by the National Institutes of Health are emerging thanks to watchdog group, Public Citizen. The study was conducted between 2005 and 2009 and ["tested two experimental strategies for managing oxygen treat
A new research article published by the University of Washington reveals some amazing, but potentially unnerving, technological advances. Researchers were able to create a brain-to-brain interface that literally allowed one subject to THINK about an actio
#Ebola Case in NYC A 33 year-old New York City physician who recently returned from West Africa has tested positive for Ebola virus. Dr. Craig Spencer was rushed to Bellevue Hospital Thursday after showing symptoms of the deadly virus. Spencer returned fr
Although Ebola is an unarguably scary and deadly virus - boasting a mortality rate around 70% (latest strain) - should we really be worried about the virus in the United States? The virus is absolutely out of control in three West Africa nations (Sierra L
Facebook and Apple have offered an enticing benefit to their female employees - freezing their eggs. But does freezing your eggs guarantee a successful pregnancy? What women need to know before willingly making this decision.
#United States Ebola Victim The first Ebola victim in the United States, Thomas Eric Duncan, died early Wednesday, according to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Texas Health Resources released a statement concerning the matter: "It is with
The Center for Disease Control held a press conference today to address the first confirmed domestic case of Ebola in the United States. Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas admitted a patient Monday who was exhibiting symptoms of Ebola. The patient
Sociopaths in America are much more common than one would think and strangely difficult to identify. Just over 1 in 25 , or 4% (3% men, 1% women), of the population in America could be considered sociopathic. That is number is slightly higher than the pre
Mount Ontake, in central Japan, erupted on Saturday initially leaving over 250 hikers stranded and 30 dead. Mount Ontake is a popular destination for hikers and boasts an elevation of 10,062 feet. The volcano last erupted in 1979. Most of the 250 stranded
"For the second day in a row, Victor Kemey was trying to find a health center that would treat his sick son. The day before, they'd gone to John F. Kennedy hospital in Monrovia, but were turned away by staff who said there weren't enough beds
With the Ebola virus running rampant in West Africa, do we really need to worry about the virus spreading to the United States?
Hurricane Odile made landfall late Sunday night, turning the popular tourist attraction, Los Cabos, into a destruction zone. The category 4 hurricane was downgraded to a category 3 shortly before making landfall Sunday night but still caused significant w
Phoenix, which certainly not known for heavy rainfall, experienced historic flooding as over 3 inches of rain drenched the area, breaking a 70 year old record. Officials have reported widespread damage, a death, and were forced to rescue several individua
Former Vice President, Al Gore, claimed 7 years ago (2007) that the Arctic ice cap would be gone by the latter part of 2014. Gore, during a speech, said the "North Polar ice cap is falling off a cliff" and it "could be completely gone in su
Biologists at Mapp Biopharmaceuticals in San Diego have gone public with formal results that point to a possible cure for the Ebola virus. Utilizing their collective creativity, they have deemed this "monumental achievement" ZMapp. In trials don
A whistleblower, Dr. Brian Hooker, claims the Center for Disease Control chose to omit statistically significant data indicating an increased likelihood of African American children developing Autism after being given vaccinations prior to 36 months of ag
Check out the heat maps in this [article](http://mobile.bloomberg.com/news/2014-08-18/the-year-in-heat-world-on-track-for-third-hottest-year.html) to see evidence that despite 2014 being only the 3rd hottest year on record, global warming is on the rise a
A 6.1 magnitude earthquake, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS), rocked Northern California early Sunday morning. This is the largest earthquake to hit the area since the 1989 World Series quake caused extensive damage in the bay area. Sunday'
A severe drought covers 99.8% of California, according to the latest U.S. Drought Map Report. [Read Original Article Here](http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-severe-drought-california-20140818-story.html) The following article shows a Before and
Medical law suits are increasing for lack of treatment on obesity!
Liver Function is not longer a concern with cholesterol medication "statins"!
Apparently thing are getting quite hot in God' Country; an oft-traveled road turn to mu h due to extreme heat from the ma ive uper volcano beneath the urface. Witne e in the area claim the 3-mile tretch of road "look like oatmeal" a
What he thought was an amazing discovery turned out to cost him his job at a public university in California. Mark Armitage, a Creationist Scientist, made an incredible discovery on an archeological dig at the Hell Creek Formation in Montana back in 2012.