New Birth Control Method for Men: RISUG Is One Shot, 100% Effective

RISUG. It is an acronym that stands for “reversible inhibition of sperm under guidance.” It is a one-shot male birth control method that has proven to be 100% effective, remarkably cheap, totally reversible, and with virtually no serious side effects. There is, however, one minor catch with RISUG…you probably can’t get it. What is RISUG and How Does It Work? RISUG is a reversible way to inhibit sperm function for Click here to read more…

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Top Five Coolest Uses of Mass Spectrometry

1) Finding Environmental Toxins Industries, governments, and regulatory bodies need efficient ways to test the purity of our water, the cleanliness of our air, the content of our soil, and the quality of our food. Mass spectrometry is one of the most reliable methods for assessing whether or not a part of the environment is being contaminated by chemicals, pharmaceuticals, naturally occurring organics such as algal toxins, or pesticides. An Click here to read more…

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Link Found Between Type 2 Diabetes and Melatonin–the “Body Clock” Hormone

Scientists from Imperial College London who study the possible connection between diabetes and melatonin–the hormone that regulates our internal “body clock”–have found that a genetic mutation in the receptor for melanin could elevate a person’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Researchers focused their attention on the MT2 melatonin receptor gene in over 7,000 people. Common vs. Rare Mutations: MT2 Receptor The team identified 40 variants associated with type 2 Click here to read more…

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