Academic health research over the last few years has tried to definitely prove or discredit the idea that cells phones and base station towers make people sick. The jury is out, but the threat seem negligible.
A new study in Biology Letters analyzes the dance moves men should do to attract women. Researchers from Northumbria University in England and the University of Gottingen in Germany used a motion capture system to record 30 male participants' dance moves, and show animated avatars of the dancing men to a group of women.
As antibiotic-resistant bacteria become stronger, scientists are trying to learn how they are able to mutate and develop resistance. In this experiment, they learned how E. coli can become resistant to radiation.
With bird flu cases on the rise each year, a team of scientists have compiled a database with information on every strain of the flu virus found in birds around the world, which will help track outbreaks.
Music may be the language of love, joy, sadness, and cooperation around the globe, but a new study found a small percentage of college students in a group of 1,000 just don't find pleasure in music, but they did make it a choice among positive experiences if a monetary reward came along with the music.
A prototype condom takes the principles of a shock collar and applies them to a male's most sensitive nether regions. Raising funds for the project on Indiegogo, the developers promise to "make you one of these devices" in exchange for $350.
Camels have been infected with the MERS virus for at least 20 years, according to a study published today in mBio. Previous studies have shown that camels have been infected with MERS since 2003. Whether or not MERS was transmitted from camels to humans still remains unknown, though the scientists behind the mBio study say it is indeed possible.