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Scientific research has proven that dogs are compassionate beings who overcome obstacles to help their human owners. Humans have domesticated dogs for thousands of years and the bonding between humans and their pet dogs is a fine example of a...
Breakthrough study shows that cocaine craving can be successfully reduced for effective de-addiction Researchers have neutralized a protein molecule called granulocyte-colony stimulating factor stimulating factor (G-CSF) that is commonly seen among cocaine users (both new and repeat users) in their...
Study shows the e-cigarettes are twice more effective than nicotine-replacement therapy in helping smokers to quit smoking. Smoking is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. Smoking can cause a variety of respiratory diseases by damaging airways and small...
Scientists have used an algorithm to plot huge data collected from 1.5 million people to define four distinct personality types Greek physician Hippocrates had said that there are four bodily humours shaped human behaviour which then has resulted in four...
The book presents a scientific and philosophical examination of our place in the world. It reveals the journey mankind has made from the philosophical enquiry of the early Greeks to how science has profoundly influenced our conception of existence. 'Science,...
Study shows the ability of cats to discriminate spoken human words based on familiarity and phonetics Dogs and cats are the two most common species which are domesticated by humans. It is estimated that worldwide more than 600 million cats...
Researchers have studied detailed effects of ‘pessimistic thinking’ which occurs in anxiety and depression More than 300 million and 260 million people worldwide suffer from depression and anxiety respectively. Many times, a person suffers from both these conditions. Psychiatric problems...
A recent breakthrough study unearths anew mechanism of schizophrenia Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder that affects approximately 1.1% of the adult population or roughly 51 million people worldwide. When schizophrenia is in its active form, symptoms can include delusions,...
Tenacity is an important success factor. Anterior mid-cingulate cortex (aMCC) of the brain contributes in being tenacious and has a role in successful aging. Because brain display remarkable plasticity in response to attitudes and life experiences, it may be...

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