Human-Food Bonding Is Real, Science Says

human-food bonding
A recent study conducted by the Sharp Research Institute's Center for the Human-Food Bond concluded that a dynamic relationship exists between humans and food, suggesting that each has a profound influence over the other. The research indicates that when humans interact with food on a regular basis, they experience noticeable physiological changes, including reduced irritability, a decrease in blood pressure, and a feeling of general...

Feeling Ill? Your Gut Microbiota May Be To Blame.

Having a 'gut' feeling that something isn't right with your body? The answer may lie in your gut microbiota. Inside of each of our digestive tracts lives a complex, tight-knit family of diverse microorganisms. Commonly referred to as gut microbiota (or gut flora, if speaking to someone of below-average intelligence), these tiny fighting bacterium in our bellies are with us from birth, and are an integral part...

Human Surrogates for Clones of Dead Pets Now A Reality

Scientists think there is a market for human surrogates in the pet cloning industry. Giving birth to a clone of your deceased pet is now a reality, according to scientists at the North Korean cloning firm DPRKRCF. For the first time ever, the cloned embryos from a deceased dog have been implanted in a human surrogate. What’s more incredible—the embryos developed,...

Timed Farting May Improve Your Running Pace

Four women, bundled up in their warmest running gear, are keeping a steady pace down a road that runs through a park in Elgin, Illinois after a snowstorm dumped 4 inches on the ground the night before. They are all dilligently training for a marathon that they signed up for in Chicago in the spring. Their fingers are protected from the numbing cold with gloves,...

Your Brain’s Unlocked Potential

Simply put, the human brain is an amazing thing. As critical as it is in our daily existence, we really don't know much about our own brains. Which is weird because we know stuff with our brains, but don't know about our brains with our brains. Science calls that irony. Neurological research is a field underfunded on public record,...

Is Skateboarding In Your Genes? New Research Says It Might Be.

Top geneticists with an undisclosed research institute announced today under the condition of anonymity that they believe they have isolated a previously unknown gene that is responsible for skateboarding. It sounds far-fetched, but the researchers are adamant that they have found substantial evidence to support the theory that skateboarding is actually a disease. Dubbed the olliegene by the researchers, this newly-discovered gene could...

The Female Orgasm: Disproven

Science of the Female Orgasm
Hello fellas. Ever have an ex-girlfriend tell you that she was faking her orgasms when you were intimate? Well, breathe easy, according to a new scientific study, ALL GIRLS ARE. Back in September, you may recall the story where a team of researchers gathered 15 women volunteers into a lab and caused each to “orgasm.” Some females, during sexual stimulation...

Does Every Baby Want to be Born?

The religious right, and liberal left have been fighting over abortion and women's rights since Roe V. Wade.  Every person has taken a stance, some fighting for the rights of the mother, others for the unborn child.  Some argue that the pregnant mothers have a voice, while the unborn children are caught in the selfish, murderous crosshairs of single mothers...

Racism in Law Enforcement

Racist Cops
Racism in Law Enforcement The brain is a fascinating muscle. When some people taste chocolate, they fall in love.  When others have a drop on their tongue they recoil in disgust. The interpretation of that flavor is different for every brain-type.  The functions can be easily distinguished from the below chart.   That sensation of taste is largely controlled within the parietal lobe.  The...

Missing Link Between Eel and Sea Serpent

A group of marine biologists in the Philippines have unearthed a startling new discovery.  The above pictured Halimaw Sa Dagat, or Monster of the Sea, was found in ocean depths immediately surrounding the island in the South China Sea. The creature most closely related to the eel family was not found alive, but it's proximity to nearby feeding areas suggests that...

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human-food bonding

Human-Food Bonding Is Real, Science Says

A recent study conducted by the Sharp Research Institute's Center for the Human-Food Bond concluded that a dynamic relationship exists between humans and food, suggesting...

Evolutionary Cure for HPV: Say Scientists

In a world rampant with sexually transmitted disease and where infection lurks as a silent killer, HPV lies dormant in most men and women....

7 Signs Your Lover’s Chakra Is Incompatible With Your Own

Ever feel like you're talking at your partner and not WITH your partner?  Bickering, household fights, slow loss of intimacy can all be explained...

Paleontology Is Rife With Fraud, Experts Conclude

Experts at the Stanford Research Institute for Educational Advancement have released a report with a controversial conclusion about paleontology. After an exhaustive study of nearly 200 years...
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New “Miracle Car” fueled by stem cells

A new development has everyone in the automotive community talking-- imagine a family sedan that can go 200 miles to a gallon of fuel,...