Hardly anyone has ever questioned that a healthy brain and alcohol consumption are mutually exclusive.
It's not without reason that they say that movement is life because regular exercise turns out to have benefits for our muscles and our brains.
Despite the advances in science and the giant leap it has made over the past thirty years, the brain is still one of the most mysterious organs in the human body.
By 2003, the international Human Genome Project had deciphered 92% of the human genome.
Video games have long been part of modern culture and everyday life for millions of people worldwide.
According to statistics, about 85% of American children between the ages of 2 and 17 regularly play computer games.
Telemedicine is remote medicine. To the familiar word "medicine," we add the Greek "tele," which translates as "away" or "far away."
A unique farm of artificial trees made for air purification will become operational in April this year.
The technology for restoring neurons has only been tested on mice; however, scientists plan to conduct human research.
Thanks to a filtration system, the water is completely drinkable.
The prototype organ can mimic haemodialysis.
Now the facemask can purify the air without causing inconvenience when making phone calls.