Washington [US], July 31 (ANI): Of all the creatures on Earth, humans manipulate their environments the most. But, how far can we push it before something drastic happens? Scientists are calling for a better understanding of past extreme climate change events in an attempt to anticipate future changes.
Washington [US], July 31 (ANI): Wondering how do we decide whether or not an activity which requires work is worth the effort? Researchers at the University of Birmingham and the University of Oxford have found that the willingness to work is not static, and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue.
Washington [US], July 31 (ANI): A new study conducted by researchers from the American Association for Cancer Research explored how consumers' lifestyles can impact their risk of developing cancer, even in individuals with a high genetic risk.
Berlin [Germany], July 30 (ANI): Many of us have experienced the following: the day before an exam, we try to cram a huge amount of information into our brain. But just as quickly as we acquired it, the knowledge we have painstakingly gained is gone again.
Washington [US], July 30 (ANI): When people behave badly or unethically, their loved ones may judge them less harshly than they would judge a stranger who committed the same transgressions, but that leniency may come at the cost of the judger's own sense of self-worth, according to a new study.
Washington [US], July 29 (ANI): With the Tokyo Olympics underway, higher testosterone has often been linked to sporting success and other kinds of success too. But beyond sport, new research has found little evidence that testosterone meaningfully influences life chances for men or women.
Washington [US], July 29 (ANI): Children whose parents regularly smoke or vape marijuana may experience viral respiratory infections, such as the common cold, more frequently than those whose parents do not smoke, according to a new study.
New Delhi [India], July 29 (ANI): Remember those Monday mornings when you dressed up, put on your makeup, and rushed to work? It feels like a chapter from one of your old history textbooks, doesn't it? The pandemic has changed our lives in ways we never even imagined - and our relationship with the world of makeup is no exception.
Washington [US], July 28 (ANI): Women often struggle with managing their weight and other health risk factors, such as high cholesterol, once they transition through menopause. A new study suggests that dancing may effectively lower cholesterol levels, improve fitness and body composition and in the process, improve self-esteem.
London [UK], July 28 (ANI): Researchers at the University of Birmingham and the University of Oxford have shown that the willingness to work is not static, and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue.
Washington [US], July 27 (ANI): Many times we eat, not because we are hungry, but because of social pressures or because the food is so appetising, that, even though we are full, we just want another bite.
Washington [US], July 27 (ANI): Older adults may be slower to learn actions and behaviours that benefit themselves, but a new research shows they are just as capable as younger people of learning behaviours that benefit others.
Washington [US], July 27 (ANI): Volunteering formally during later life is beneficial for both physical and psychological well-being. Research also suggests that older adults with key advantages, such as wealth, are more likely to volunteer and reap its benefits.
Washington [US], July 26 (ANI): Adolescents who set goals for their future and those with strong parental support are less likely to use e-cigarettes and other tobacco products, according to a study by UPMC Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine physician-scientists.
Washington [US], July 25 (ANI): According to research led by political scientists from Colorado, politicians might have good reason to turn to angry rhetoric. This strategy seems to work, at least in the short term.