The US advanced military research body – DARPA – announced that it will invest tens of millions of dollars into genetic extinction research. While the official aim of this research is said to be fighting harmful insects, there are significantly darker speculations about the possible use of such a tool.

DARPA Genetic Extinction Research a Mistake - Human Rights Watchdog

University of Queensland scientists recovered nearly genomes, including ones evolutionarily distinct from others we've found.

Scientists have discovered how iron oxide nanoparticles can be used for magnetic biosensing systems and the possible treatment of disease in the human body.

Russian Researchers Learn to Control Nanoparticles in Human Body

Sex and sleep are among people’s most basic needs, essential for their overall health, and it turns out these two “components” can provide more benefits when “used” in the right order. Having sex before going to bed can ensure a good night's sleep, Australian researchers at Central Queensland University have proved.

Switch From Sleeping Pills to Making Love: Sex Before Bedtime Can Cure Insomnia

Sex and sleep are among people’s most basic needs, essential for their overall health, and it turns out these two “components” can provide more benefits when “used” in the right order. Having sex before going to bed can ensure a good night's sleep, Australian researchers at Central Queensland University have proved.

Virtual Reality Tech Tackles Post-Stroke Effects No Worse Than Physiotherapy - Sputnik International

Virtual Reality Tech Tackles Post-Stroke Effects No Worse Than Physiotherapy

Virtual Reality Tech Tackles Post-Stroke Effects No Worse Than Physiotherapy - Sputnik International

First Human Head Transplant 'Imminent' After Successful Experiment on Corpse

Can you die of a broken heart? Science says yes. In fact, researchers from the University of Aberdeen have shown that a broken heart can lead to the same type of long-term damage as a heart attack.

A Broken Heart Can Be as Damaging as a Heart Attack, New Study Finds

Can you die of a broken heart? Science says yes. In fact, researchers from the University of Aberdeen have shown that a broken heart can lead to the same type of long-term damage as a heart attack.

On Thursday, officials in Los Angeles County announced that a woman had been infected with the Zika virus by her partner, making this the first case of sexual transmission of the virus in the county.

First Sexually Transmitted Zika Virus Case in LA County Confirmed by Officials

The City of Dallas plans to begin its annual mosquito abatement program a month ahead of schedule in

Researchers from the University of Lancashire have discovered that a drug meant to help sufferers of type 2 diabetes is also highly effective in reversing the effects of Alzheimer's.

Biologists Unexpectedly Find Possible Cure for Alzheimer's

Deep Sleep Controversy: Scientists Explain How Fast Rhythms Form Memories

Dr. Mujib Ar-Rakhman Hamkani and Nourshah Kame Wal, two healthcare and medicine officials from Afghanistan, have shared with Sputnik some insights about the alarming situation with counterfeit and smuggled medicine in the country.

Afghan Healthcare Officials Grapple With Drug Smuggling, Fake Medicines

Dr. Mujib Ar-Rakhman Hamkani and Nourshah Kame Wal, two healthcare and medicine officials from Afghanistan, have shared with Sputnik some insights about the alarming situation with counterfeit and smuggled medicine in the country.

Just as China struggles to educate the public on the dangers of smoking and enforce smoking bans, tobacco companies are luring customers with cigarettes laced with traditional Chinese medicine.

'Traditional Chinese Medicine' Cigarettes on Rise in Beijing

Just as China struggles to educate the public on the dangers of smoking and enforce smoking bans, tobacco companies are luring customers with cigarettes laced with traditional Chinese medicine.

It's a No Brainer? Adopt The Popeye Diet To Stay Smarter and Sharper - Sputnik International

It's a No Brainer? Adopt The Popeye Diet To Stay Smarter and Sharper

'Watt' a Shocker! New DARPA Project Seeks to Electrically Rewire Human Brains

‘Stubbornness, Strong Bond With Family:’ The Secret Traits to Living Longer - Sputnik International

‘Stubbornness, Strong Bond With Family:’ The Secret Traits to Living Longer

‘Stubbornness, Strong Bond With Family:’ The Secret Traits to Living Longer - Sputnik International

Sleeping woman

Dangers of Insomnia: Scientists Uncover Link Between Poor Sleep and Alcoholism

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In a surprising discovery, British doctors found that an unidentified man suffers from a rare form of sleepwalking, where he tries to forcefully have sex with his partners.

‘Night Moves': British Man Diagnosed With 'Sexsomnia' After Rape Conviction

In a surprising discovery, British doctors found that an unidentified man suffers from a rare form of sleepwalking, where he tries to forcefully have sex with his partners.

Along with Japan, Ireland and Denmark, India is also divided over the introduction of the HPV vaccine that is being promoted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with right-wing outfits warning that the vaccine could cause an “unmitigated tragedy.”

Controversial HPV Vaccine Faces Stiff Resistance in India Before Introduction

Along with Japan, Ireland and Denmark, India is also divided over the introduction of the HPV vaccine that is being promoted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with right-wing outfits warning that the vaccine could cause an “unmitigated tragedy.”

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