Birth Control Pills for Men may Soon be on the Way

Researchers in Japan say men might soon get a birth control pill of their own, one making sperm unable to fertilize female eggs.

Heavy Coffee Drinking Linked to Improved Colon Cancer Survival Rates

Treated colon cancer patients who drink 4+ cups a day of caffeinated coffee were 52 percent less likely to have had a recurrence of colon cancer.

“Miracle Surgery” Saves the Life of Internally-Decapitated Toddler in Australia

Surgeons in Brisbane, Australia have reattached a toddler’s head following a catastrophic car accident in what is being called “a miracle surgery.”

Rash of Heroin Overdoses Overwhelms Chicago in 72 Hours

Law enforcement and health officials believe a batch of bad heroin is behind a rash of nearly 75 recent overdoses in Chicago.

GM Foods are Inherently Unsafe, Warns American Academy of Environmental Medicine

The American Academy of Environmental Medicine states that several animal studies indicate serious health risks associated with GM food.

Sweden may Switch to 6-Hour Workdays to Boost Productivity

Companies in Sweden may switch to 6 hour work days in order to boost productivity and overall life happiness for employees.

South Africa Rejects Appeal from Biotech to Grow GM Potatoes

The Minister of Agriculture, Water Affairs, and Fisheries has rejected a biotech appeal for the commercialization of GM potatoes throughout South Africa.

Exercise Might Come in a Drug Someday, Researchers Say

Someday, couch potatoes may be able to swallow their exercise in the form of a drug rather than engage in physical activity, researchers say.

Reawakened Ancient Retrovirus in DNA may be Behind ALS Cases

An ancient virus that has laid dormant in our DNA for what researchers say is millions of years may be springing to life and causing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

Biotech Stock Plummets, Bull Market Announced Dead on Arrival

The MSM recently announced that the bull market is dead for biotech stocks, and Hillary Clinton is reportedly the reason why.

Pediatrician Admits ADHD is ‘Made Up,’ Prescribes Meds Anyway

Pediatricians like Dr. Michael Anderson admit ADHD is made up, and prescribe Adderall to children whether they show signs of the disorder or not.

Electronic Capsule can Deliver Medication Directly to the Gastrointestinal Tract

Researchers have developed an electronic capsule that can deliver medication directly to the colon, a development that could help treat multiple ailments.

Public Drinking Fountains Sometimes Harbor Legionella and Other Dangerous Pathogens

It seems that public drinking fountains sometimes harbor unwanted germs and pathogens that could cause you to get sick, or worse.

Woman Uses Drain Cleaner to Blind Self with Help of Psychologist

One North Carolina woman has finally achieved her dream of being blind by having a psychologist pour drain cleaner on her eyes.

New Test can ‘Detect Virtually any Virus’

A report details how a new test called ViroCap can detect virtually any virus. It “works so well” that you do not need a doctor examination for diagnosis.

Study: Red Wines in U.S. Found to Contain ‘High Levels of Arsenic’

Researchers are warning that many red wines produced in the U.S. contain arsenic, and that aficionados should limit their intake.

Brain Prosthesis Could Help Damaged or Diseased Brains Capture Long-Term Memories

Researchers have developed a brain prosthesis designed to help dementia sufferers and brain-damaged soldiers recapture their memories.