Girls are hitting puberty younger than ever, thrusting them prematurely into a new world of wild mood swings, physical discomfort, and self-doubt.

The phenomenon is called precocious puberty, which is being detected more and more in the Us. Decades of research point to a trending decline in the age of puberty onset. 

In a review published in the journal Endocrine Practice, researchers analyzed studies that focused on the long-term and neurohormonal effects of artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, saccharin and sucralose.

According to the review findings, acute and chronic users of artificial sweeteners experienced changes in their gut microbiome, pointing to an inflammatory pattern of gut microbiota.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has unveiled a draft of its new plan to censor so-called “misinformation” and “disinformation” online.

The United Nations health agency recently released a zero draft of its international pandemic treaty.

The treaty will give the unelected global organization new powers to “tackle” anything that it deems to be “false, misleading, misinformation, or disinformation” if passed.

The technologies enable autonomous landings, handle-inflight emergencies and relax the Federal Aviation Administration's law requiring two pilots in the cockpit.

Pilots have shared their concerns on Twitter, with many stating that two pilots are required in an emergency.

After decades of criminalization, Australia's government said Friday that it will legalize the prescription of MDMA and psilocybin for the treatment of two medical conditions, a historic move hailed by researchers who have studied the therapeutic possibilities of the drugs.

Aggravated by the holdouts who keep wearing face masks despite mounting evidence that they're essentially useless against Covid-19? Maybe you should be a little grateful

new study published in PNAS on Jan. 23, 2023, has shown that antidepressants, some of the most widely prescribed medications in the world, cause antibiotic resistance, giving them the potential to become dangerous superbugs.

Brazil has unleashed anger from environmental activists around the globe after the government ordered the sinking of a decommissioned aircraft carrier in the Atlantic Ocean, a plan carried out on Friday.

The "planned and controlled sinking occurred late in the afternoon” about 220 miles off the Brazilian coast, in a place with an "approximate depth of 5,000 meters [16,000 feet]," Brazil’s Navy confirmed in a statement