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Infant-Directed Singing Can Encourage Mother-Child Bondage: New Study Suggests

Infant-Directed Singing Can Encourage Mother-Child Bondage: Study

Engagement through cradle songs is much more efficient in holding kids’ attention contrary to reading books and narrating stories, suggested a new study. Mothers singing songs to their children are an age-old tradition that can...
Schizophrenia

High-Dose of B-Vitamin Supplement Can Cure Schizophrenia: Suggest Britain Scientists

Adding high doses of Vitamin-B to your daily diet can help in preventing the risks of Schizophrenia - a chronic and rigorous mental disorder that affects a person’s cognitive capability. The new research paper, published...
Butter and Meat

Ingestion of Butter & Meat May Elevate Risks of Type-2 Diabetes, Study Warns

One who prefer to eat pizzas with extra cheese or paratha with loads of butter, and who frequently eat meat, should start taking measures for Debates, because a new study, done by an international...
Kids Born To Matured Moms Have Better Cognitive Ability; Suggests New Study

Kids Born To Matured Moms Have Better Cognitive Ability; Suggests New Study

Researchers have some good news in store for the working women! A new medical trial, conducted by an international team of scientists has found that children born to older mothers are much smarter and...
Graphene Super Conductor

Cambridge Scientists Develop Technique to Activate Superconducting Properties of Graphene

Graphene is already an established material, renowned for its unbeatable characteristics in terms of strength, electricity conduction, and heat transmission. The two-dimensional allotrope of carbon, Graphene is already being celebrated for its high potential...
Blinking

Scientists find answer to “Why the lights don’t mute while we blink?”

In the interval of few seconds, our eyelids involuntarily blink and our eyeballs restore in their pouch. But have you ever thought, why doesn’t frequent blinking push us into sporadic darkness and light? Well,...
Cold and Darkness Following Earth-Asteroid Collision Contributes Mass Extinction of Dinosaur

Cold and Darkness Following Earth-Asteroid Collision Contributes Mass Extinction of Dinosaur: Study

The extinction of the giant animal Dinosaurs dates back nearly 66 million years, and a bid collision of an asteroid with the earth is believed to be the reason behind it. However, the exact...
moon

Moon Was Formed 60 Million Years after Configuration of Solar System, Celestial Analysis Proves

It’s more than 45 years when the astronauts Apollo 14 brought nearly 100 pounds of stone and soil from the lunar surface. All of them have already died, but have privileged the astronauts with...
Bilinguals, brain, dementia, study

Years of Bilingualism Makes People More Immune To Dementia: Study

People, who know two languages are more immune to dementia than the people who are acquainted with only one language, revealed a recently conducted research. The study, done by a group of researchers from...

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