Day: December 15, 2015

Helping Others Alleviates Negative Effects of Stress

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When we help others, we are only helping ourselves – a new study has proven this concept, showing that extending a helping hand to friends and strangers alike improves well-being pertaining to the effects of daily stress. The research paper is published in the journal Clinical Psychological Science. Stress impacts negatively on our mental health and is

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Bullying During Childhood Linked With Potential Psychiatric Disorders In Adulthood


Being bullied comes with long-term consequences. An article published by JAMA Psychiatry suggests that victims of bullying during childhood might develop psychiatric disorders in adult years. A new research, led by Andre Sourander from the University of Turku, Finland, has linked being bullied as a child and mental health problems in adulthood. Sourander and his

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Most Expensive Material (£100 m per gram) Created By Oxford Scientists

Scientists from Oxford University have developed a material costlier than our most expensive metals and precious gems! One gram of the material will cost £100 million. Mirror, mirror on the wall, what is the most expensive material in the world? Oxford scientists have manipulated carbon and nitrogen atoms to bring forth an amazing combination of molecules that are

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Google’s Quantum Computers Are 100 Million Times Faster

Google claims the Quantum Computer is over 100 million times faster than a normal PC. Unlike regular computers, quantum ones can use ‘qubits’ to represent data as a 0 or a 1 as well as both simultaneously, thus achieving faster speeds and greater efficiency. Google and NASA have been experimenting on their D-Wave 2X quantum

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