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Pollution and Autism

Research led by the Harvard School of Public Health has found that the risk of autism is doubled when women are exposed to high...

The Big Walk Towards A Brighter Future

Kidney Australia’s largest fundraiser, The Big Red Kidney Walk, is coming up on September 10th and will raise both funds and awareness for Kidney...

Keep Your Brain Sharp at Any Age

The Science of Learning Research Centre and The University of Queensland Brain Institute have published a practical guide on how to optimise your learning...

Nano Healers

Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego have triumphed with their recent development of self-propelling medicines used to treat bacterial infections in the...

Mcdonald’s to Roll Back Antibiotics in its Chickens

Mcdonald’s has announced that they will eliminate the use of human antibiotics in its Australian chicken supply by the end of 2019. The...

Hope For Peanut Allergy Sufferers

Australian researchers have made a massive breakthrough in the treatment of peanut allergy in children. A trial conducted at the Murdoch Children's Research Institute has...

Rituals Scientifically Proven To Make You Happy

With the online rise of self-help gurus, wellness bloggers and pseudo psychologists, the Internet is practically crawling with conflicting concepts about what makes us...

Rejoice! Coffee Is Good For Us

A recent study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and Imperial College London has concluded that the general consumption of coffee...

Science Has Confirmed What we Already Know: Being ‘Hangry’ is Real

We’ve all been through the feeling. You skip lunch and find yourself snapping at everyone around you. The internet coined that feeling as being ‘hangry’,...

Scientific Genius Or A Load of Sh**?

A recent study released this week has led many scientists to believe there may be correlations between the bacteria living in your child’s poo...