Baby Boy’s mothers are 79% more likely to suffer from postnatal depression

Baby Boy’s mothers are 79% more likely to suffer from postnatal depression

Newborn is really a special life time  experience for many people but it is not an easy task to compete with, it comes up with various complications. Postnatal depression is a mental health condition affecting a lot of women after childbirth,as per research According to research, mothers who give birth...

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Walking on glass: Bangkok’s rooftop skywalk enthralled thrillseekers

Walking on glass: Bangkok’s rooftop skywalk enthralled thrillseekers

Not for the faint-hearted, visitors to Bangkok can see the city’s skyline from a glass tray floor standing at over 300 metres high. Thrill-seekers alike gathered on the rooftop of King Power Mahanakhon’s building on Friday (November 23) to pose for picturesque shots on the Mahanakhon Skywalk. Described as “one...

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How safe are dietary supplements and do they really work?

How safe are dietary supplements and do they really work?

Food supplements not only bring health benefits. They also bring risks. The story of Jim McCants, a man who ended up needing a liver transplant after consuming green tea capsules has raised new questions about dietary supplements. What are your risks and health benefits? When Jim McCants started taking the green...

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How adolescence affects our brain and molds our personality

How adolescence affects our brain and molds our personality

During the course of childhood, our personality becomes more stable, but is agitated during adolescence. My twin sons of 4 years are similar in many ways. Both are sociable, mischievous and loving. But it is already possible to notice some differences between them. The child, for example, is more aware of time...

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Death by selfie: 259 people accidentally die in 7 years in search of the perfect self-portrait

Death by selfie: 259 people accidentally die in 7 years in search of the perfect self-portrait

These young people risked their lives to take this selfie on the ledge of a 180-meter-high chimney in disuse in Romania. 259 people died between 2011 and 2017 trying to take a selfie in extreme situations, according to a global study of 2018. Researchers from the National Library of Medicine...

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The 9 biological signals that indicate that you are aging

The 9 biological signals that indicate that you are aging

Lifestyles and genetics determine the way we grow older. “I do not know anything that improves with old age from the biological point of view.” Said Dr. Manuel Serrano, from the Spanish National Cancer Research Center and although it sounds disheartening, it is the starting point to look for ways...

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The curious ways in which the Sun influences our lives

The curious ways in which the Sun influences our lives

“The golden hour”: we tell you the secret behind the beauty of a sunset. The Sun is just one of the hundreds of billions of stars in our galaxy. And it’s quite common by star standards: it’s not particularly large or bright. However, it is very special for us, because without...

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8 recommendations to raise a child genius

8 recommendations to raise a child genius

A study that lasted 45 years reveals how to help gifted children become successful adults. It was 1968 when Julian Stanley, a professor of psychometrics (the discipline that tries to measure and quantify psychological variables) stumbled upon a 12-year-old genius child. The boy was doing a computer science course at...

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The controversial “smart drugs” used to increase work performance (and its little known consequences)

The controversial “smart drugs” used to increase work performance (and its little known consequences)

Piracetam, phenylpiracetam, Adderall or Ritalin are some of the “smart drugs” used by students and workers. Honoré de Balzac was a great believer in the power of coffee over the brain. The French writer had an exhausting schedule: every night he went through the streets of Paris to have a...

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The placebo effect: An experiment to test whether our brain can really cure back pain

The placebo effect: An experiment to test whether our brain can really cure back pain

What power does our brain have over how we feel physically? Does taking a placebo, such as a pill that only contains ground rice, really help to cure back pain? Jim Pearce is convinced that yes. And there is a scientific reason that can explain why. When we first met, Pearce was...

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