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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Getting Kicked in the Balls

If you think about it, testicles take a lot of wear and tear. They get stuffed into skinny jeans, bump about when you go commando, and even get slapped around during sex.

Ah, Nuts: The Science of Getting Hit in the Balls

Dr. Muhammad Mirza, expert in all things testicle, walks us through the many symptoms of being hit in the nethers (and shows us how to stop the pain).

Extraordinary Evolution Research Reveals Mammals in the Time of Dinosaurs Held Each Other Back

Early lineages of mammals, like this large Gobiconodon from Mongolia, outcompeted the ancestors of modern mammals in the time of dinosaurs. Credit: Art by Corbin Rainbolt  A new study led by researchers from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, University of Oxford, and the Un…

Europe’s food agency changes its mind on titanium dioxide in food

Titanium dioxide, which is used as a colourant in many common household items such as toothpaste, sunscreen, paint and food colouring, ‘can no longer be considered as safe when used as a food additive’, according to an updated safety assessment by the European Food Safety Authority (Efsa)…

This Diet and Exercise Combo Is the Key to Long-Term Weight Loss, New Study Says

Losing weight through diet first and then adding in an exercise routine may be the most optimal approach.


Influenza Influenza virus, magnified approximately 100,000 times  Other names; Flu, the flu, Grippe  Specialty; Infectious disease  Symptoms; Fever, runny nose, sore throat, muscle pain, headache, coughing, fatigue  Usual onset; 1–4 days after exposure  Duration; 2–8 days  Causes; Influen…

Recognizing healthcare workers on National Nurses Day!

Wisconsin is experiencing a serious nursing and nursing faculty shortage

National Association of School Nurses Announces May 12th as School Nurse Recognition Day

Thank the school nurses in your community for "Championing the Whole Student"

NICU nurses, doctor help 'lucky' mom who gave birth on flight

A doctor and a team of neonatal medical professionals were in the right place at the right time — helping a Utah woman deliver her baby onboard a flight to Hawaii. Video Transcript [MUSIC PLAYING]