This is the deadliest animal in the world. Mosquitoes kill hundreds of thousands of people each year… the most vulnerable people: children, pregnant women… No other bite kills more humans… or makes more of us sick. So what makes a mosquito’s bite so effective? For starters, they’re motivated. Only females… Continue Reading How Mosquitoes Use Six Needles to Suck Your Blood | Deep Look

>Let’s talk about doctor, we are seeking treatment, it is important, and the importance of early detection, can we talk about that? because that’s what she did, she came back from her trip, she knew something was wrong, when went to seek treatment.>She did, and that’s extremely important, the longer… Continue Reading Cancer and Depression: Diagnosis & Treatment

How do you imagine the line between life and death? Maybe it’s a long continuous process? Or perhaps, it’s a quick clear-cut transition? This a question we’ve wondered about for a long time, from ancient philosophers to modern day doctors. To Hollywood screenwriters producers who just write their own rules.… Continue Reading Ways to Bring the Brain Dead ‘Back to Life’

Why do we kiss? Well, easy, because it feels good. But why? [Music] Kissing is weird. We love doing it, but let’s face it, it’s weird. You’re rubbing your open mouth on another human being’s open mouth. So there must be a good reason that we do it. According to… Continue Reading The Science of Kissing

In 1961, New York City banned tattoos because officials claimed that the city’s uptick in hepatitis B was related to unclean tattoo parlors … although some say it was more of an attempt to clean up the streets in advance of the world’s fair). Surprisingly, New York didn’t strike down… Continue Reading Can Tattoos Be Taboo?

>>MY MOTHER WAS VERY METICULOUS. SHE COLORED HER HAIR FORM AGE 16. SHE WAS A MARILYN MONROE BLONDE; A VERY, VERY SWEET LADY AND SHE WAS A DIFFERENT PERSON. SHE WAS HAGGARD LOOKING, HER HAIR WASN’T DONE, THE HOUSE WAS DIRTY. I WAS LIKE WHOA, WHAT DID I JUST WALK… Continue Reading Alzheimer’s: The Caregiver’s Perspective