SCIENCE
  • LIFE

    Chemotherapy: Helpful Tips to Cope With Cancer Treatment and Side-Effects

    The side-effects of chemotherapy are indeed life-changing for almost all cancer patient. Here are some of the helpful tips to cope with chemo treatment.

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    Common, Early Signs of Diabetes That You Should Know

    Despite the prevalence of diabetes, about 25 percent of the people with type-2 diabetes do not even know that they have it. Here are some of the most common and simple signs of the said disease that you should know.

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    NASA is Putting Earth up for Adoption

    To celebrate the Earth Day, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has sectioned off 64,000 individual pieces of Earth to be adopted by individuals all over the world.

  • Space

    NASA: Saturn Moon Enceladus Could Host Alien Life

    NASA has announced that alien life might exist on one of Saturn's moons, Enceladus. Scientists have suggested in past studies that Enceladus might host life since a subsurface ocean covers the entire moon. Apart from this, new research has also revealed the presence of chemical energy that can breed microbial life.

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    Reducing Lung Cancer Risk, Tips to try This Year

    Lung cancer remains to be one of the top-killing types of cancer. To help you avoid having such disease, outlined below are some of the best-known methods through which risk of it may be reduced.

  • SCIENCE

    Study: Men Have Bigger Brains While Women Have Thicker Brain Subregions Associated With Intelligence

    Researchers have found the differences between men and women when it comes to the brain structures and sizes. In the largest study conducted, men have a bigger brain, while women tend to have thicker cortices, a region of the brain associated with intelligence.

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    This Ancient Crocodile is Apparently the 'Missing Link' of Dinosaur

    Scientists have finally identified the fossilized remains of the "missing link" of dinosaurs, which walked the earth some 245 million years ago. This prehistoric creature appears like a very ancient crocodile known as the Teleocrater rhadinus, and it could provide crucial clues about the origin of dinosaurs.

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    Scientists Determine Why Shoelaces Become Untied

    Scientists finally an answer to why our shoelaces always come undone. In a new study, scientists suggest that apart from faulty shoe-tying techniques, walking is also a major driving force in why a perfectly knotted shoelace can quickly unravel.

  • SCIENCE

    Polar Bears use Sense of Smell to Search for Prey

    Researchers have discovered how polar bears search for their prey, ringed seals. Using the power of wind, they follow the direction of their nose to locate their prey.

  • Space

    Earth-Like, Real 'Tatooine' Planets Could be Habitable

    Scientists have discovered planets similar to "Tatooine" in Star Wars, which is the home of Luke Skywalker, a desert world orbiting two suns. In a new study, scientists say that real-life Tatooine planets, which are also Earth-like, could potentially host life.

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