It is established practice that the sex of a blood donor is considered irrelevant when transfusing blood, but a recent study is throwing new concerns, which suggest that blood transfusions delivered form previously pregnant women to men, increase their risk of dying in the years after the transfusion.
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Science & TechMagic mushrooms change brains of people with depression
Science & TechFacebook's Oculus Go doesn't require a phone or PC
A hallucinogenic component, found in magic mushrooms, known as Psilocybin may help in restoring the activity of the brain that is involved in depression.
Facebook has announced its latest device--Oculus headset, a virtual reality device that doesn't need a computer or phone for functioning.
If you expect to impress your mate on the dance floor using your moves, then you may want to read about the scientifically determined most attractive female dance moves.
Google's new flagship phone doesn't have a camera like iPhone 8 Plus has, but $130 will get you one for sure.
Sometimes white eyeballs just aren’t enough. Trends have gone so far that it is now possible to dye the eyeballs in your favorite color. A fast internet scan will throw out of a lot of photos (real and fake) of people with black, blue or multicolored eyeballs. But just because some of them remained undamaged does not mean that this venture is safe. Sorry for that mental images in advance.
The screen of today’s smartphones are one of the major design flaws, but researchers have been working on energy-efficient and durable material that could replace the fragile screens made out of silicone, a material that is easily broken— and might one day even charge the phone's battery.
It seems pretty expected--men like any sized breasts. It may be hard to believe but a lot of researches dialed with the problem of the size of women's breasts men prefer and why? Do men think bigger is better? We can only imagine the 'stress' guys had to endure looking at all the different sized breasts, all in the name of science.
Have you ever thought, for instance, of using the 8 hours in day you normally ‘waste’ sleeping to actually be more productive? Wouldn’t the following be the ultimate life hacks?
According to a study that was examining the genomes of thousands of children and parents from Iceland concluded that older fathers pass on more genetic mutations to their kids compared to older mothers. The experts leading the research believe to understand how such mutations put children at risk of rare diseases.