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New and Cool: Face Recognition Door Lock

New and Cool: Face Recognition Door Lock

A Chinese company produced the world’s first facial recognition door lock. The company claims that this new device is easy, affordable, and very convenient. The device can store and recognize about 500 faces, and can unlock the door with a [...]

December 11, 2009 Featured, Future Technology, Gadgets
Stem Cells May Be Used as Skin Grafts

Stem Cells May Be Used as Skin Grafts

For many years scientists were trying to figure out a way to re-grow body parts using our own stem cells. Many experiments showed successful results such as the one I talked about few months ago, when group of scientists used [...]

November 20, 2009 Health & Medicine
Medicinal Ice Cream Combat Cancer

Medicinal Ice Cream Combat Cancer

Over 2 Million dollars spent on cancer project that might help cancer patients cope with their disease. The research study results was revealed last week at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. With the assistance of dairy giant Fonterra, [...]

October 29, 2009 Health & Medicine
Turmeric Kills Cancer Cells

Turmeric Kills Cancer Cells

Every time my mother cooks rice, she adds at least a spoon or two of turmeric.  Turmeric has no taste but it adds color to the rice or meal. I honestly wasn’t aware of all the benefits that turmeric brings [...]

October 28, 2009 Featured, Health & Medicine
AIDS Vaccine Works Better With Electric Shock

AIDS Vaccine Works Better With Electric Shock

Last week in my Health Psychology class we discussed the topic of HIV, and I was really amazed to know that for over 25 years scientist still puzzled of how this disgusting disease works. Its 2009 and there is no [...]

October 27, 2009 Featured, Health & Medicine
Gene Therapy Makes People See Again

Gene Therapy Makes People See Again

Many of the gene therapy research studies were halted few years back due to the death of Jesse Gelsinger. He was the first patient to die from Gene therapy two days after the beginning of the clinical trial. But many [...]

October 26, 2009 Featured, Health & Medicine
H1N1 Vaccine Safety Concerns For Pregnant Women

H1N1 Vaccine Safety Concerns For Pregnant Women

Health officials and doctors are debating whether the H1N1 is safe for pregnant women. Also, Women are receiving mixed messages regarding the safety of the vaccine and what they should do to protect themselves from the swine flu. How did [...]

October 16, 2009 Health & Medicine