Day: May 4, 2015

First 2 Hours After Waking Up Confirmed To Be Most Productive Time


Productivity might be determined by the time of the day at which you indulge in your activities. A new study suggests that the most productive time to spend working is the first two hours after waking up. On the other hand, the least productive time falls right around 3 p.m. Psychologists argue that the brain

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Feeding Babies With Breast Milk From Other Women is Risky

A new survey has revealed data as to the trends of feeding infants with breast milk coming from other women. The practice is not without dangers. Providing donor milk to one’s infant might turn out to be a bad decision. A new survey has revealed that mothers using shared breast milk to feed their babies

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German Inventor Creates Iron-Man Glove That Fires Beams

Iron-Man fans, this article is going to make your day! Laser expert Patrick Priebe has constructed an Iron Man ‘glove’ (an arm and hand) that allows one to shoot lasers at random objects. The Iron Man-like arm and hand that fires beams is seen lighting a match. The new invention of Patrick Priebe, an arm

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Men in Suits Are More Open-Minded & Think Differently

The concept that men in suits have a certain appeal specific to them might have a ring of truth to it. A new study has revealed that a suit changes the perception of the man wearing it: he views the world from a different lens altogether – a better one. The researchers of the study came

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Binge Drinking Lowers The Ability To Learn & Retain Information

Binge drinking is known to be harmful to one’s health. A new study has further highlighted the dangers pertaining to how it adversely affects brain cells. The study has been published in the journal Alcoholism. Binge drinking is the consumption of 5 or more drinks for men, at any one time within the last month,

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