Articles By Kristin Magaldi
Certain vaginal bacteria may be able to stop HIV in its tracks.
College Students Have More Sex When They Binge Drink And Smoke Marijuana; Alcohol And Drugs Make Risky Decision-Making More Attractive
College students are more likely to have unprotected sex while intoxicated, but students in relationships are at even greater risk.
Glass-Eating Scientist Frederick Hoelzel Ate Strange Things Like Charcoal And Sand To Learn About Digestion
Why would any man eat charcoal or glass? For science, of course!
Near-Sightedness Epidemic: 5 Billion People Will Be Diagnosed With Myopia By 2050; 1 Billion At Risk For Going Blind
By 2050, five billion people may become nearsighted, with one billion at risk of becoming blind. We've all had some weird dreams before, but could they be the result of more than just your strange imagination? TBIs treated with therapeutic hypothermia may fare worse in the long run than those receiving standard treatments. Drugs like Valium and Xanax are linked to an increased risk of dementia if used for too long. Women who have had their ovaries removed following a cancer diagnosis still have hope to get pregnant. A new CDC report finds that some of the greatest rates of suicide in the US are happening with Native American adolescents. In a new photoshoot for 'Vanity Fair,' Demi Lovato celebrates going from "hating every single inch" of her body to loving the skin that she's in.
Watching 'Mad Men' Or 'The Good Wife' May Be Good For You: How TV Dramas Increase Emotional Intelligence
Watching TV dramas may help your ability to read someone's emotions. Using a transparent fish, researchers are understanding how meningitis moves through the brain and how to stop it from becoming deadly.