Type 1 Diabetes Impairs Brain Function Due to Blood Sugar Highs and Lows: Study

Scientists at Washington State University and McLean Hospital in Massachusetts conducted a study that suggests that significant fluctuations in blood glucose levels associated with Type 1 diabetes could affect the brain’s capacity for rapid information processing. The study also shown that particular groups of people—older Continue Reading

Experts predict that the horned Devil Comet that is approaching Earth will blow up shortly

Greater than Mount Everest, the enormous comet known as the “Devil Comet” is hurtling toward Earth. This celestial body, which goes by the official name 12P/Pons-Brooks, is a periodic comet with an orbital period of 71 years. Comet 12P blazed across the skies in a Continue Reading

A study finds that men become 44% less aggressive when they sniff women’s tears

Smelling female tears was shown to dramatically reduce male aggression and lower activity in brain networks related to aggression, according to an intriguing study. It’s been proposed that the effect, which is brought on by chemical signals in tears and is observed in rodents as Continue Reading

In a world first, a live parasitic worm was discovered in the brain of an Australian woman.

The first human case of the infection has been reported after a 64-year-old Australian woman’s brain contained a live parasitic worm. The revelation was made by specialists and scientists at the Australian Public College (ANU) and Canberra Clinic after they tracked down a live 8 Continue Reading

Scientists didn’t notice a skyscraper-sized asteroid until two days later when it was flying closer to Earth than the moon.

A space rock as extensive as a 20-story building cruised awkwardly near Earth last week, zooming by our planet at around a fourth of the distance among Earth and the moon — and stargazers didn’t see it until two days after the fact. On July Continue Reading

The earliest known strand of the “cosmic web” has been discovered by the James Webb telescope.

The stars above may appear to be more or less evenly distributed on a clear night. However, this is not the case; instead, every star is a component of a vast cosmic web that connects galaxies across the universe like threads in a spider’s web Continue Reading