A Surprising Way to Detect Tuberculosis, and Other Links

Detecting tuberculosis: the Gambian pouched rat is much better than traditional tests.

Do plants help patients get better? No.

Amino acids — the fundamental foundation for life — found in a place where they shouldn’t be. Inside fragments of previously superheated meteorites.

Study: Echinacea doesn’t help with colds. Affects neither duration nor severity.

How does your heart know how long you stayed in school? Study: the most educated men and women have half the risk of heart failure as the least educated.

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  1. Bruce says:

    I was wondering what to do with my Gambian pouch rat. Was considering feeding him to my pet boa. But, hooray, you alerted my to a better use.

  2. Vicki says:

    If animals produce positive health outcomes for humans, why can’t plants?

  3. Rusty W. says:

    John, Obviously you didn’t see the movie “It Came From Outer Space.”

  4. Madeline says:

    Through the years I have noticed that nothing seems to affect colds.

  5. Neil H. says:

    Bruce, if the Gambian pouched rat can perform as advertized, he may be worth more than your boa.