bone proteomics

Bone Proteomics Help Forensic Pathologists Better Estimate The Time Of Death

The first thing to do by a forensic pathologist when a dead body is found is to determine the exact time when the person died. Some of the ways to determine the time death are to measure the body temperature...

Scientists Are One Step Closer To Explain What Happens After Death

What do you think dying is like? Has it ever crossed your mind that it might be comfy? According to Dr. Sam Parnia, director of critical care and resuscitation research at NYU Langone School of Medicine in New York City,...

Six Hours of Sleep Tied with Premature Deaths For Mid-Aged Adults

Doctors recommend 7-8 hours of sleep every night, but what happens if you have less of that? The latest study shows a gloomy link between sleeping 6 h or less and enhanced risks of cancer and premature death. The above...

Human Body Will Move After Death, A New Study Concluded

A team of Australian researchers has published a new paper which mentions that human bodies will continue to move for up to one year after death. The latest data could alter how post-mortem investigations will take place in the future....