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Total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017: Learn how you can participate in nation-wide science experiment

US space agency NASA is opening up an opportunity where eclipse viewers around the country can participate in a nation-wide science experiment by collecting cloud and temperature data from their phones. The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment, or GLOBE, Program is a NASA-supported research and education program that encourages students and citizen scientists to collect and analyze environmental observations. GLOBE Observer is a free, easy-to-use app that […]

6 Surprising Potato Juice Benefits and Uses for Skin and Health

For those who believe in the power of natural ingredients, the local grocery store comes as a boon. Indigenous fruits and vegetables can not only add zing to our everyday meals but also create effective, easy remedies for the most common health and beauty woes. Take potatoes, for example – these chunky tubers are probably one of the most popular ingredients in the world. From the all-time International favourite, French […]

Neuroticism may be linked with long life: Study

Individuals with higher levels of neuroticism — a personality trait associated with negative emotions — are likely to have longer lifespan and lower risk of mortality, regardless of their health conditions, a study has claimed. Persons with high levels of neuroticism are more likely to experience negative emotions — including irritability, frustration, nervousness, worry, and guilt — compared with those who have lower levels of neuroticism. “Our findings are important […]

Can alcohol improve your memory?

Alcohol may improve memory about information learned before the drinking session began, a new study from University of Exeter in Britain has claimed. The researchers are, however, keen to stress that this limited positive effect should be considered alongside the well-established negative effects of excessive alcohol on memory and mental and physical health. Although the cause of this effect is not yet known, the researchers explained that alcohol blocks the […]

 
 
 

Want to know Moon's role in Solar Eclipse? Watch the video

The US space agency NASA has released a video explaining the Moon’s role in a Solar Eclipse. According to NASA, the Sun take most of the attention in a Solar Eclipse, but the moon also plays a pivotal role. ‘A total eclipse is a dance with three partners: the moon, the sun and Earth. It can only happen when there is an exquisite alignment of the Moon and the Sun […]

6 Ways To Stop Mouth Breathing

The nose or the mouth, what does it matter as long as you are breathing fine. Right? Wrong! Most of us don’t consider breathing through the mouth to be a major problem. But using your mouth instead of your nose to breathe can lower the oxygen concentration in your blood. This, in turn, may play a role in medical conditions like high blood pressure and heart problems. Mouth breathing while […]

5 Herbal Remedies for Depression: Know What Could Help

We are not oblivious to the fact how depression is fast becoming a common lifestyle problem with many of us suffering from symptoms like anxiety, stress and insomnia. These may seem like mere day to day problems, but they can turn into a matter of concern in the long run. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. More than […]

Why the world is talking about 18th century scientist Eva Ekeblad

Swedish scientist Eva Ekeblad, best-remembered for discovering that alcohol and flour can be made from potatoes, is suddenly on everyone’s minds — all thanks to a Google Doodle. ‘[She] brought potatoes, then a greenhouse curiosity, to the people,’ Google noted July 10. ‘Eva discovered the starch was humble but mighty — potatoes could be ground into flour or distilled into spirits.’ Her discovery paved the way for alcohols like vodka […]

Home Remedies To Treat Tapeworms In Humans

Tapeworm infection can hit you silently without any obvious symptoms right away – until you notice weight loss, experience abdominal pain, or, worse, discover larvae have made their way to your brain or blocked some portion of your intestine. If the idea of strong medication or surgical intervention worries you, it is a good idea to nip the problem in the bud with some simple home remedies. Or better yet, […]

Iceberg Containing 1 Trillion Tons Of Ice About To Break Off Of Antarctica

An enormous iceberg, over 2,000 square miles in area – or nearly the size of Delaware – is poised to detach from one of the largest floating ice shelves in Antarctica and float off in the Weddell Sea, south of the tip of South America. Scientists have been expecting the break from the Larsen C ice shelf, monitoring the progress of a crack which extended to over 100 miles long […]