Research

Physical Inactivity Directly Connected With Genetic Exchange

Researchers at the University of Oxford noticed that our genes determine the time spent while doing activities. It was the largest study based on 91,105 participants who wore an activity monitor on their wrists for a week. The scientists have instructed machines for identifying the behavior and monitoring a huge amount of data. They noticed time spent by activities such as sitting, moving, and sleeping. Researchers combined data collected from

Recent Study Shows Adolescent Depression is on the Rise

Depression has achieved epidemic proportions. A recent study by a researcher at Rutgers University-Camden shows that a rising number of adolescents suffer from it in the U.S. Worse, they remain untreated. This means more awareness programs need to be created. The researcher’s from the university feel enhanced educational programs and upping of service capacities can be a solution. The research finds that older adolescents, girls, and those with single mothers

Researchers Discovered New Step toward Cure of Brain Hemorrhage

Intracerebral hemorrhage or ICH, most commonly known as cerebral bleed, occurs within the brain tissue and is a kind of intracranial bleed within the ventricles or brain tissue. Common symptoms include high blood pressure, low cholesterol, vomiting, weakness, one-sided headache, neck stiffness, and decreased level of consciousness. The main causes of brain hemorrhage are arteriovenous malformations, brain trauma, brain tumor, and aneurysms. Brain Bleeding Could Be Stopped With the Drug

Food Technology and Research to Boost Crop Nutrients

Considerable catastrophic impact is caused on the planet Earth by climate changes. The climate change negatively impacts the growth of the crop yields. This leads to decrease in nutrients in food staple like vegetable, rice, and legumes. This may lead to decrease in nutrients amount in human body, ultimately resulting in malnutrition. According to a Agri-tech expert, the standard of the food quality is continuously decreasing every day. This is

Social Media

Heavy use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapachat, and Instagram is likely to make a person more depressed and feel lonely. A team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania carried out a study on 143 undergraduate. The result showed that that extreme use of social media might lead to poor health and can make a person depressed. The study was published in the Journal of Social and

Cephalopods

Among people working in the gastronomy are trying to explore the local waters for using the available resources in the more versatile ways. They used the count of cephalopod inhabitants as a counterbalance to the declining fishing activities in order to find another rich source of protein to replace meat. These stock of wild fishes are treated; thus, it is difficult to take efforts on establish new culture under water