Cases of deadly illness in men and boys soar – the 13 signs you must watch for

Cases of deadly illnesses are on the rise in men and boys across England, data has revealed. In the last five years, hospital admissions for people with eating disorders have risen by 84 percent. Medics at the Royal College of Psychiatrists found there were 11,049 more admissions for14 and anorexia- such as bulimia in 2020-2021 … Read more

A larger share of younger investors say they’re not afraid to buy the dip in the pursuit of long-term gains — but there’s one big caveat

The stock market is taking on a deepening red hue as steep sell-offs continue, but a new report says some younger retail investors are seeing red meat for ‘buys.’ Fewer than two in ten people, 18%, say they feel optimistic enough to put more money in the market this year, according to a Bankrate survey … Read more

COVID reinfection rates, antibodies, vaccines: What we know

The new normal is now. In what seemed like an instant, COVID-19 became an inevitable aspect of life everyday more than two years ago — with no signs to suggest that we’ll ever see otherwise again. As we look at our lives ahead with waves of new variants and “stealth” sub-variants, and seasonal vaccine boosters … Read more

How to watch tonight’s rare total ‘blood moon’ lunar eclipse

The blood moon rises tonight — and briefly disappears. May 15 marks this season’s full “flower moon,” historically occurring around the time flowers are in full bloom for spring in North America, according to the Farmer’s Almanac. But this one’s extra special — because it’s also the first of two lunar eclipses in 2022, and … Read more

New study’s findings could help explain sudden infant death syndrome

A new study is offering new clues in solving the medical mystery of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which causes over 1,000 infant deaths per year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The study, led by researchers in Australia and published this week in the medical journal … Read more

Scientists Have Powered a Basic Computer With Just Algae For Over 6 Months

In a ghastly vision of a future cut off from sunlight, the machine overloads in the Matrix movie series turned to sleeping human bodies as sources of electricity. If they’d had sunlight, algae would undoubtedly have been the better choice. Engineers from the University of Cambridge in the UK have run a microprocessor for more … Read more

Scientists ‘reverse death’ in astonishing feat by bringing dead eyes back to life

Scientists have “reversed death” by bringing eyes back to life. Eyes taken from organ donors five hours after death responded to light, while electric activity only seen in the living was recorded. The authors said it “raises the question of whether brain death, as it is currently defined, is truly irreversible.” Brain death is when … Read more