For the first time researchers have proved that early puberty can increase the chances of developing cancer later in the life.
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Most of the factors that help to make schools more successful require a particular sum of money - teachers suggest. However, a new American study suggests one factor that does not involve money, and can play an important role in the progress of students, even in the poorest schools.
Water may cover most of the planet's surface, but because of the salt, it is not drinkable. However, researchers at the University of Manchester have developed a membrane of graphene oxide with equally and properly distributed pores, which can filter the seawater in order to remove the salt from it.
Fast food restaurants and chefs know that many factors affect our appetite. For example, bright colors such as yellow and red combined with high brightness will lead you to order more and eat quickly. In contrast, with dim lighting and gentle music the guest will eat slower and less.
This water bear gives the word "tough" a new meaning.
It is not news that dopamine in the brain can be measured but on the other hand it is also not news that we are reaching progress and moving forward in tech and science so everything that has already been invented can just become more and more improved in the future.
All colors have a psychological impact on our brain, whether it is the green, which connects us with nature, or yellow that evokes warmth and joy. Yet, out of all colors, two of them have the strongest influence on decision-making and on our behavior: blue and red colors.
Scientific studies in recent years showed that writing with pen and touching the paper have their own importance in the learning process and in the work. While technology provides an advantage in some operations, a question by itself appears - is digital overload right?
Japanese researchers found that sad music can cause positive emotions. The study suggests that sadness experienced through art can help in coping with negative emotions in everyday life.
A kiss is a symbol of the universal language that is timeless and goes over all boundaries. Anthropologists have estimated that more than 90% of cultures practice kissing. People have an instinctive urge for kissing, but the way they do that varies depending on the culture or personal experience.
Most of the people, especially those who have tasted the joy of eating a naturally produced tomatoes, are skeptic when it comes to buying it in the supermarket. And they most probably are right.
Taking the inspiration from the nature, scientists have produced a strong, flexible spider silk that can be produced in large amounts in the libraries.
The first baby in the world, fertilized by pronuclear transfer, the new method of in vitro fertilization, in which instead of the standard two, participate three donors, was born in Ukraine on January 5.
Starting with what we are all familiar with – remembering people's names. It is a simple act that can do significant good for new relationships, but in reality their names usually go from one ear and out the other. If we want to remember names from the introduction, we need to focus on some things.
Fighting bacteria using antibacterial products, despite its primer use, consequently may have other side effects. An antibacterial used in many cleaning products can actually help microbes beat even our most powerful antibiotics.