Articles By Genalyn Corocoto
Influenza, commonly known as flu, affects as many as one in five Americans each year, while more than 200,000 get hospitalized due to seasonal flu-related complications, yet many still do not get vaccinated, reports said.
Recent studies have considered obesity as a modern epidemic, with many adverse effects on a person’s health, such that researchers continue to focus on issues relating to obesity particularly the role of exercise in maintaining a healthy body.
Russia plans to spend almost $12 billion on its Glonass satellite navigation system in 2012-2020, and to build the world's most powerful laser research station at an estimated cost of $1.5 billion.
More than cigarettes and alcohol, social media and email is more addicting, according to the findings of a new study.
Researchers have found new forms of life that are totally unkown in underwater caves in the Bahamas called “blue holes.” These caves can provide clues on how life evolved not only on Earth but possibly on alien worlds, researchers said.
NASA’s spaceship development program enters its third phase by offering funding for two U.S. firms to design and build space transport systems for ferrying astronauts to and from the International Space Station.
UN investigating reports of illegal mining for ice and cites claims of ice theft from the Jorge Montt glacier in Chile.
Scientists are proposing for the regulation of sugar by governments worldwide due to its toxic effect to the human body, much like alcohol and tobacco.
The prediction that the sun's next 11-year activity phase or "Cycle 25” will be one of the weakest in centuries and is likely to decrease until 2100 could mean no solar disaster for now, but scientists said the scenario could be different in 2024.
Scientists have found a potential super-Earth, the best candidate yet to harbor water, and possibly even life, located in the habitable zone of its host star, with more habitable exoplanets expected to be found.