Abstinence and marriage fidelity programs costing 1.4 billion have not been effective when it comes to preventing HIV on a global scale, Stanford study says.
June 6, 2016
Worldwide abstinence and fidelity programs funded by the US government at a cost of $1.4 billion have failed to prevent HIV. Continue reading “Expensive Worldwide Abstinence Program Did Not Prevent HIV”
January 3, 2016
Roll aside, Rosie — looks like the Jetsons might have found another super helper.
A new version of the “Jeopardy”-winning supercomputer Watson is here, and this time, he’s going to help you make a tasty — and healthy — dinner. Continue reading “Meet Chef Watson”
April 30, 2016
The British Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has taken an official stance promoting the use of e-cigarettes for current smokers. Continue reading “E-Cigarette Promotion Supported by British Physicians”
January 16, 2015
Moonlight captured Beethoven’s heart, but it could have been his heart’s rhythm that affected his music.
According to a new study, Ludwig van Beethoven’s music could mirror the patterns of the composer’s own irregular heartbeat. Continue reading “A Heartfelt Sonata”
Online Journalism Review
Andrew Zi and Alexander Pol were Ph.D. students in the Netherlands when they realized they felt isolated from their colleagues.
“We … felt a lack of scientific news websites for professional scientists,” said Zi.
So the duo created PhysOrg.com, an online scientific community where professional scientists and students can discuss their research and receive the latest news and information in their fields.
“Throughout this year PhysOrg has significantly grown to become a serious project,” Zi said. Continue reading “Scientists Get News, Connect Online at PhysOrg.com”