Day: March 2, 2015

Limpet Teeth Stronger Than Spider Silk & Kevlar

A new discovery has shown that the teeth of a limpet species, commonly known as sea snail, is tougher than Kevlar and stronger than spider silk. The findings have been published in a report in the Royal Society journal Interface. Photomicrograph of limpet teeth. Limpet teeth win the race The species of limpet mentioned in

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Regular Sauna Bathing Decreases Risks of Heart-Related Problems

A new study, led by Dr Jari A. Laukkanen, has greatly enhanced the appeal of sauna bathing. According to its findings which were published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, the relaxing experience could help decrease the risk of developing cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality. You might want to indulge into this method of detoxifying

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Sound of Mother’s Voice Boosts Brain Development in Premature Babies

Premature babies experience a certain underdevelopment at the level of their brains. A new study, however, shows that the mother’s voice helps boost the development of the brain for these babies. The mother and child link is one of the most intense and precious relationships humankind has ever known. The life starting inside the body

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Norway Rats Return The Favour According To What They Received Before

A new study shows that rats are more likely to help those of their own which do them greater favours with a better-quality help than those giving less than that. Humans as well as other animals have developed the art of cooperative behaviour whereby one reciprocates help given by another. We have learned to return

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