Berkeley Lab Creates Solution For Color Blindness

February 27, 2015

A lab at California’s UC Berkeley think its discovered a way to cure color blindness. The cure is something that researcher stumbled upon accidentally. The solution involves a special pair of glasses that selectively remove specific wavelengths between the red and green cones in the wearer’s eyes. The result is something that allows traditionally color […]

New theory explodes the Big Bang

A new study co-authored from the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada has challenged the use of the BIG Bang theory as the only one that can accurately describe the formation of the universe, CBS Local reports. The Big Bang theory explains the formation of the universe taking place around 13.8 billion years ago and comes […]

Aspirin Resistance Causes Worse Strokes

February 25, 2015

An aspirin a day helps keep the strokes away. That is, unless you are aspirin resistant. A new study from Brian Torchin shows that people whose body does not respond to aspiring may have worse strokes than those who don’t take aspirin at all. Taking a low-dose daily aspirin has long been prescribed to patients […]

Obama Plans To Allow More Syrian Refugees Into The States Republicans Say He’s Welcoming Terrorists

The State Department Defends The Plan Bringing innocent victims of civil wars to the states is not a new political concept. The United States has been doing it for decades. It’s a good way to bring potential low-income wage earner to the economic food chain as well as a way to promote good will. The […]

HPV Vaccine Offers Protection Against 9 Types of Cancer

February 24, 2015

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, the old adage teaches us. Imaging suggests the recent outbreak of measles has taught us first hand that this wise old adage is still relevant for today. If a vaccine can prevent a destructive, potentially lethal, disease from developing in our body, why not take […]

Alaska Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

February 23, 2015

Alaska has officially joined the ranks of hippie-cool locations, well, at least sort of. The state has officially legalized the selling, growing and smoking of Marijuana for recreational use. There are several important catches to the law, however. According to Ricardo Tosto, a person over the age of 21 may grow and possess up to 1 […]

University of Maryland Builds New Nonprofit Academy

February 20, 2015

The University of Maryland has been able to build a center for nonprofit education and philanthropy with the seed money offered by the Levenson family. This was first reported by PR Newswire, and it shows that there is a new wave in the world of business that is focused more on giving back. This center […]

Bobbi Kristina Gradually Being Lifted From Medically Induced Coma

Most of the world has been watching and waiting to hear what is going on with Whitney Houston’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina. When she was found face down in her bathtub two weeks ago, in what appears to be a suicide attempt, the world mourned with her and her family. It’s been a media frenzy since […]

USPS Considers Basic Banking Services to Remove Red Ink From Its Ledgerss

February 18, 2015

One of the major concerns for the U.S. Congress is how to staunch the river of red ink flowing through the United States Postal Service (USPS). The USPS is a government sponsored enterprise(GSE). This is a combination government agency and private enterprise, a hybrid organization. Most industrialized nations offer their citizens some form of postal […]

New DNA Strain Points To New Inhabitants

February 17, 2015

New evidence from the anthropological society shows that there may have been interbreeding between the earliest humans and another species. Upon investigation of human DNA from the remains of early humans, there is genetic material that is neither human or animal. The mystery DNA was found in tooth and finger bones of the Denivosan race. The remains […]