By screening the eyes, doctors may one day be able to predict a person’s risk of early death. By examining tiny vessels inside a person’s eyes, doctors might one day be able to predict that person’s risk of early death, according to a new study. Though the risk of illnessContinue Reading

The viruses were bacteriophages, meaning viruses that infect bacteria. A woman’s oozing wound failed to heal after nearly two years of antibiotic treatments intended to vanquish the bacterial infection. So her doctors unleashed viruses to slay the superbug. The experimental therapy specifically involved viruses that infect bacteria, known as bacteriophages,Continue Reading

This goes against one of the key assumptions of the theory of evolution. Genetic changes that crop up in an organism’s DNA may not be completely random, new research suggests. That would upend one of the key assumptions of the theory of evolution. Researchers studying the genetic mutations in aContinue Reading

And how does mama clean it when it gets dirty? Although many marsupials raise their young in pouches — including opossums, Tasmanian devils and even koalas — kangaroos are almost certainly the most iconic. So what’s it like inside a kangaroo’s pouch? Think of the kangaroo’s pouch as a hoodieContinue Reading

Bernadetta Kwintiana Ane is a researcher at Faculty of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at University of Stuttgart, Germany. She is also a professor in Computer Application as granted by BSAR Crescent Institute of Science and Technology and Symbiosis University of Applied Sciences. She is working in variousContinue Reading

Dr. Shamal Vinesh Ramesar holds various academic degrees which includes a Bachelor of Medical Science degree with honors, a Master’s degree in Medicine and a PhD in Physiology. During his studies, he was inducted into the Golden Key International Honors Society for academic excellence. He is well published in theContinue Reading

I was born in a small village near Kangra in Himachal Pradesh. I completed my primary education in the local village school and went to Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya Paprola to complete my high school education. I completed my MBBS from Indira Gandhi Medical College Shimla in 2005. I joined theContinue Reading

“Dr. Clingan is an associate faculty member of the Department of Criminal Justice and Psychology of the Faculty of Pierce College, Washington State, and Franklin University, Columbus Ohio, and a Content Expert for the Grand Canyon University Doctoral Studies Programs. He undertook his Psy.D in the Department of Psychology inContinue Reading