A scientist from the Indiana University School of Medicine has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Army to design a nasal spray that should suppress thoughts of suicide. Unfortunately, it makes perfect sense that the military would be looking into alternative methods to keep soldiers from killing themselves. According to RT, 116 U.S. soldiers have died of suspected suicide in 2012, and the army currently has the highest recorded rate of suicide in its history.Read More
If there's one thing that every bad stand up routine ever has taught us, it's that men and women are different. Men like sports and violence while women like shoes and watching Sarah Jessica Parker buy shoes. Thanks to that damn reproduction thing though, we incredibly different genders have to occasionally hang out with each other. But isn't there some way to make male Martians more like female Venusians?
Don't fret, because the BBC is reporting that there is! A team of German and British researchers have invented a nasal spray that makes men more "empathetic." Let the nose-based emasculation begin!Read More