Day: September 17, 2016

Unbelievably Some Dolphins Breath Through Their Mouth

Some dolphins breathe in from their mouth, and not from their blowhole! A new study conducted by a team of scientists from the University of Otago focuses on a dolphin species from New Zealand. This paper contradicts what is normally thought to be common knowledge concerning dolphins that they breathe through the blowhole found on

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Planet Mars Just Revealed More Secrets To NASA’s Curiosity Rover

NASA’s Curiosity Rover has revealed never-seen-before images of Mount Sharp, the central peak adorning Gale Crater with a height of around 5.5 km on planet Mars. More interestingly, the photographs are coloured ones, giving us the opportunity to understand rock formation further. The new images date from September 8. The precise location where they were

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Scientists Have Successfully Used Beams of Light To Restore Heartbeat

Beams of light might be a good substitute for electric shocks in heart patients. Patients suffering from a heart rhythm disorder known as arrhythmia might find some relief thanks to recent technological headway. A team of scientists from Johns Hopkins and Germany’s University of Bonn have used experiments on mice and human heart models to

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Total Abstinence From Alcohol Is Better To Treat Alcohol-Dependent Patients

Total abstinence from alcohol might be the better way to treat people from alcohol dependence (as opposed to only drinking in moderation), says a new study published in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. The study was conducted by researchers from Sweden‘s University of Gothenburg working in collaboration with London Business School, Shanghai Jiao

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