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10/24/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

New research finds that cancerous tumors feed on sugar to become more aggressive, as reported by the Science Daily. The

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-24-how-do-cancerous-tumors-grow-with-sugar.html

10/22/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Whatever you do or wherever you go, there is a high chance that you will see a person looking down

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-22-phone-use-blamed-for-lower-academic-performance-as-students-struggle-to-concentrate.html

10/20/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Listening to songs has been proven to affect the way we feel. A new study discovered that listening to “sexy” songs can

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-20-dont-forget-the-tunes-in-the-bedroom-study-shows-sexy-songs-enhance-your-sense-of-touch.html

10/19/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Eating more foods rich in vitamin K makes the heart healthier, according to a recent study reported by Science Daily. Researchers

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-19-vitamin-k-essential-to-a-healthy-heart-deficiency-found-to-contribute-to-unhealthy-enlargement-in-adolescents.html

10/17/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study has discovered a new health benefit of broccoli: It improves digestive health and protects against toxins, according

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-17-confirmed-broccoli-improves-digestive-health-and-protects-against-toxins-reducing-inflammation.html

10/17/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Although pigeons have the brain of a bird, ironically, they are not exactly “bird-brained.” A recent research discovers that pigeons

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-17-if-someone-calls-you-bird-brain-it-may-be-a-compliment-researchers-found-that-pigeons-are-better-at-multitasking-than-humans.html

10/16/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

In Shropshire, England, fields of crops are being grown by tractors and drones without the need of drivers. These self-driving vehicles

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-16-drivers-no-longer-wanted-from-trucking-convoys-to-tractors-smart-driverless-tech-is-set-to-revolutionize-industry.html

10/09/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study finds that omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFAs) can be an option for treating attention deficit hyperactivity

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-09-treating-adhd-naturally-the-science-says-omega-3s-make-a-difference.html

10/08/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

A new study finds that zinc supplements can help prevent cancer in the esophagus, as reported by Science Daily. Researchers at

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-08-zinc-supplements-found-to-protect-against-esophageal-cancer.html

10/07/2017 / By Michelle Simmons

Researchers of a new gestational analysis said that exposure to pesticides during pregnancy raises the baby’s risk of developing brain

http://www.scientific.news/2017-10-07-researchers-recommend-organic-food-and-vitamins-for-pregnant-women-to-reduce-the-risk-of-cancer-autism.html

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