Stress fires up the body's fight or flight response; a very primitive function of our brains that protects us from danger. The urge to flee, pounding heart, sweating, breathlessness and dry mouth are all responses the body has if threatened. They prepare the body to...

Though teeth have been grown in mice before, scientists revealed in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences success at growing a 'fully functional' tooth from stem cells in mice. The article states: "Here, we report a successful fully functioning tooth replacement in an adult mouse...

In the 1950's Dr. Royal Rife, an American inventor designed a very powerful microscope that could detect living microbes by the color of their vibratory rates. Financed by millionaires like Henry Timken, Rife invented the Universal Microscope with 5,682 parts. It was a miraculous machine that...

New groundbreaking research shows that the insertion of an acupuncture needle into the skin disrupts the branching point of nerves called C fibres. These C fibres transmit low-grade sensory information over very long distances by using Merkel cells as intermediaries. Dr. Morry Silberstein of the...

Researchers have found there is such a thing as "empathic stress? which arises when one person views another person stressing out. It appears that just from observation alone our bodies will create the stress hormone cortisol, even if we are viewing a stranger on a...

Celebstoner and The Cannabist announced on April 28, 2014, that 10-pack Cranfords Cannabis Cigarettes with 100 milligrams of THC are now available for sale in stores in Colorado. This isn't the first time in history cannabis has made a major debut. Until mid nineteenth century, cannabis...

In 2001, a major cell phone company BT Cellnet commissioned researchers at a UK social research centre (SIRC), to verify if gossip was good for one's health. If gossip was good for you, then SMS messages, Twittering and talking with friends on our cell phone,...