Neuroscientists Claim Addiction Is Not a Disease

Addiction to drugs, alcohol and more has likely plagued mankind since the beginning of time. And, for a long while, anyone with an addiction became the source of ridicule or worse. Such treatment only seemed to end in addicts burying themselves further into their destructive habits. However, the widely held opinion that anyone with an […]

Sound and How it Could Kill Us

Bubble Boy’s mother might have had it right all along when she attempted to protect him from the entire world and everything that could possibly happen. It seems every day we are confronted with new scientific evidence on why we should eat more tomatoes, or why sugar will kill us or counter-claims about why tomatoes […]

Bulletproof Coffee: The Power of Buttered Coffee

Dave Asprey is the creator and the brains behind the latest coffee trend, which he is calling Bulletproof Coffee. Bulletproof Coffee is a blend of low-toxin coffee beans, triglyceride oil, and grass-fed unsalted butter. When whipped together, the coffee should provide the drinker with high energy, a higher cognitive function and even weight loss. Asprey […]

Vijay Eswaran: From Business To Spirituality

Malaysian businessman Dr. Vijay Eswaran has packed a lot of accomplishments into his life. Born on October 7, 1960, son of a teacher and a bureaucrat in the Malaysian Ministry of Labor, Dr. Eswaran grew up in different parts of Malaysia, and graduated with a degree from the London School of Economics in 1984. After […]

The Truth and Your Wikipedia Article

According to, People are exploring more options to advertise themselves, and if they can feed their egos a little while they are at it so much the better. While intended to be a virtual encyclopedia, Wikipedia has been used to help add a little respectability to a person; although there are those that treat […]

FCC to Fine AT&T $100,000,000 for Misleading Customers

On Wednesday, June 17th, the FCC announced it would be fining AT&T $100 million for lying to its customers about their “unlimited data” plan. The Washington Post reports that AT&T is accused of throttling users’ data, slowing their connections after they’d used a certain amount each month. The practice was put in place in 2011, […]

New Medication for Malaria Fights Drug-Resistant Strains

Good news for people living in or traveling to developing countries: scientists believe they’ve discovered an effective and inexpensive antimalarial medication, currently known as DDD107498. The University of Dundee’s Drug Discovery Unit, in conjunction with the Medicines for Malaria Venture, developed this medication, which will only cost around $1 per treatment when it’s ready for […]

Phone App Finds Nearest First Responder

A phone app has been created for use in Sweden to help someone who may be suffering from cardiac arrest. The app works by alerting the phones of those who are nearest to the victim and trained in CPR.  FreedomPop tells us that data has shown that immediate response for help has increased by 30% […]

Use Of Deceased Woman’s Eggs Denied

Losing a child is, of course, a very heart breaking event however in some instances, family members left behind for the deceased have the possibility of creating a new life. Such was just the case with a London woman who wanted to use her deceased daughters eggs to give birth to her grandchild. It would […]

Use Your Phone as a Presentation Remote with Google Slides for Android

Many projectors now have HDMI capabilities and in some cases conference rooms have replaced projectors with large TVs. Both of these options are going to be wonderful solutions for Android users, because Google has recently announced that Google Slides will not only have an Android version, but will also be compatible with the Google Chromecast. […]