Tue, Dec 11 2018

New 3D Colour Xray

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7ddzCOvnCA IF VIDEO DOESN'T PLAY GO HERE This is GOOD News because MRI's are expensive and often hard to get. A New Zealand company has generated the first 3D color X-Ray images...

Studies Suggest Possible Risks Associated to Bras

This GOOD News for women's health Bra and Gravity Multiple Studies have show that bras can contribute less firm breasts and cancer. This is not to say throw away your bra...

Daily Dairy Fat Good for Heart Health

This GOOD news for all of us who like those creamy DAIRY things. Full fat dairy improves heart health in new 22-year study Full fat dairy products could help to prevent...

Reading is Brain Food

"The GOOD News is reading has immense potential to improve many parts of your life and longevity." Reading rewires parts of your brain. Maryanne Wolf explains in her book, Proust...

British scientists have a ultimate superbug killer

With superbugs on the rise around the world. British scientists have made a breakthrough. Scientists have made a breakthrough in the antibiotic resistance battle — the urgency has never been...

Brain Stimulation May Help Stutterers, Students, and Athletes

Sending a mild shock to the brain may help resolve speech problems. It may also offer an innovative way to improve learning and performance levels. A recent study revealed that...

Your Coffee Habit is Good for You – Studies Show

Yes, people have been concerned about it since the 16th century, but as long as we’ve been analyzing its effects we’ve observed that drinking coffee tends to improve your...

Live to 100 in Naples Florida

Naples in Florida is trying to help more of its residents live to 100 by adopting ways of life from parts of the world where people live the longest. GO...

Poop Bacteria Everywhere

The Good thing is it is not so Bad You may have heard there’s poop bacteria getting sprayed all over people’s hands by bathroom hand dryers. But did you know...

How Stem Cells Are Changing the Way We Think About Disease

Treating disease is about fixing broken parts — about replacing cells that no longer work as they should, repairing tissues that falter and boosting systems that fail. But curing...