When you eat matters as much as what you eat, says a new study published in PNAS. We must have all been nagged to eat on time at one point or another in our lives. Turns out that this has some truth in it, pertaining to our health: a new study suggests that when one
Lost memories might be brought back by light stimulation of brain cells. The paper is published in Nature. While Alzheimer’s disease is characterised by great memory deficits, it is unclear as to whether the memories in question are forever lost. Nor is the causal reason of the disease documented: is it the consequence of faulty
Two comets are expected to pass by the Earth today (21:03:16) and tomorrow. The smaller one will be the closest a comet has been to us since 1983 while the bigger one might be seen in the night sky. The first one, Comet P/2016 BA14, discovered in January, will not be as conspicuous, and it
Heavy use of mobile phones is linked with poor impulse control and impatience, says a new study – you can now understand that one friend of yours who is constantly into his phone. According to the findings, individuals who are impulsive and impatient will also be those who will constantly be checking their technological devices.