Friday, 22 March 2019

Features

Improve sleep quality by opening doors and windows

A new study in Netherlands suggested that leaving a bedroom door or window open may help people sleep better. Open windows and doors helped reduce carbon dioxide levels and improve ventilation and air flow, which was related to better sleep quality for the healthy young adults in the study. “We ...

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The 5 Love Languages

Many people wonder, what happens to the love after you get married? This is the eminent question and the content of the book ‘The 5 Love Languages ‘ revolving around this very core question. There are five ways that people speak and understand love . We name it love language ...

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Scientists make breakthrough towards creating artificial life

In a major step toward creating artificial life, US researchers have developed a living organism that incorporates both natural and artificial DNA and is capable of creating entirely new, synthetic proteins. The work, published in the journal Nature, brings scientists closer to the development of designer proteins made to order ...

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Being unsocial may boost your creativity

Everyone needs an occasional break from the social ramble, but sometimes unsociability or distancing yourself from people may help improve creativity, reveals a study. According to researchers from the University at Buffalo in New York, some people withdraw themselves due to non-fearful preferences for solitude. Lead study author Julie Bowker ...

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12 Things Truly Confident People Do Differently

Confidence takes many forms, from the arrogance of Floyd Mayweather to the quiet self-assurance of Jane Goodall. True confidence – as opposed to the false confidence people project to mask their insecurities—has a look all its own. When it comes to confidence, one thing is certain: truly confident people always ...

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Research proves too much X is bad for you

Ever felt like tearing of the radio playing ‘Silent Night’? Well, it’s not you, it’s everyone! Sometimes it may get annoying when everyone is already in the spirit of Christmas and it’s only the first week of November, well science says you’re not the Grinch for feeling this way. Sometimes ...

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When a Child Has a Tantrum

Most parents have experienced it: that moment when their son or daughter has a full-blown temper tantrum, which may involve screaming, crying, stomping their feet, dropping to the floor or all of the above. Of course, this is stressful no matter where it happens, but when it’s in a public ...

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One in four teen girls at highest risk of depression

LONDON: One in four adolescent girls, especially poor, are at an increased risk of depression, a team of Briton researchers has recently found. The researchers from the University of Liverpool and University College London found that a quarter of girls (24%) and one in 10 boys (9%) are depressed at ...

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UK scientists edit DNA of human embryos

LONDON: The blueprint for life – DNA – has been altered in human embryos for the first time in the UK. The team at the Francis Crick Institute are unravelling the mysteries of the earliest moments of life. Understanding what happens after a sperm fertilises an egg could lead to ...

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