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Resurgence Of Zombie Virus 

Under the icy soil of the Arctic is a frozen soup of bacteria, fungi, and viruses. These germs have never engaged in cellular interaction. But as the planet’s temperature rises due to climate change, these bacteria that were frozen in permafrost are starting to defrost.  After tens of thousands of years of permafrost melting, scientists were able to […]

Estrogen Might Help With Delirium 

The resurgence of interest in hormone replacement therapy has led to this groundbreaking discovery. Women with urinary tract infections (UTIs) frequently experience Delirium, particularly those who have gone through menopause. With estrogen, a hormone that is frequently utilized in hormone replacement therapy, researchers have been able to prevent the symptoms in a mice model. How Does Estrogen […]

Facial Scars And Insecurities 

We all get insecure at times. This has gotten worse due to the cruel beauty standard that social media pushes onto us.  Small imperfections like facial scars can make a person self-conscious. But it has no impact on other people’s initial assessments of a person’s attractiveness or confidence, a new study suggests. How Are Facial Scars Perceived? The researchers had anticipated […]

Bribed To Lose Weight 

Money may not buy happiness, but it sure does help people lose weight. The study of residents of urban areas found that participants who received cash rewards were more likely to lose a few extra pounds. This was in contrast to a weight-loss program with no financial incentives. What Makes Financial Incentives Work? Financial incentives are seen to […]

Pandemic And Brain Age In Teenagers

We’ve all handled this pandemic in our ways. The stress of the COVID-19 epidemic not only caused mental health issues in some teenagers, but also accelerated the aging of their brains. Teenagers’ brain scans after the pandemic, revealed physical changes. These changes were not seen in the brains of similar age groups tested before the outbreak. What Did […]

Virtual Yoga And IBS Symptom 

Relaxing with yoga in the dawn is probably a morning ritual for a minority. But the latest study will make you want to incorporate yoga into your lifestyle too. A recent study suggests that a virtual yoga program could assist people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) reduce their symptoms, exhaustion, and stress. How Does Yoga Help With IBS? In […]

Breeding Ground For Salmonella On Your Frozen Chicken

Salmonella outbreaks have agitated many in the United States. Researchers are now blaming microwave cooking for the repeated salmonella outbreaks in the United States. The bacteria mainly spread from frozen, breaded, and stuffed chicken items. Federal safety regulators have long expressed worry about goods made from breaded and stuffed raw chicken. Almost 14 salmonella outbreaks have been linked […]

Dance Beyond The Music This Holiday Season

The holiday season is right around the corner which means good food and endless partying. We love to dance at these parties, but what influences this desire? According to a recent study, sounds below the human hearing threshold can increase people’s desire to dance. People might not even be aware of this happening. Is It Really […]

Can A Little Stress Be Beneficial?

We are collectively aware of the bad outcomes of stress. Rather, we stress about the bad outcomes of stress itself. However, there is little information available regarding the effects of limited stress. Findings demonstrate that working memory brain activation was raised in response to low to moderate levels of perceived stress. This improves mental performance. A Little […]

How Much Water Are We Actually Drinking?

The age-old notion of drinking 8 glasses of water a day to suffice all our needs is coming to an end. Recent research of thousands of people demonstrates that people’s lifetime and global water use vary greatly. Daily water turnover might range from 1 to 10 liters depending on the environment, body composition, and amount of exercise. More About […]